Brain Gel

Cellular Nutrients for the Brain


PRODUCT:  Brain Gel is a mixture of food herb extracts and amino acid extracts  biologically balanced to supply trace nutrients to the brain. The herbal extracts used in preparing Brain Gel have been used as food for humans for centuries. The amino acid extracts occur naturally in the body. For maximum benefit Brain Gel should be used in conjunction with an exercise program and diet as outlined in these instructions. If you are caring for a dementia sufferer you need to be prepared for a lengthy time and emotional commitment to achieve results.

INDICATIONS: Brain Gel provides cellular food for brain cells. It has been formulated to assist in the normalisation of brain cell function. Although the mode of action is not fully understood, it is believed to be due to naturally occurring compounds present in Brain Gel that assist with restoring full brain cell function. Restoration of normal brain cell function improves  quality of life of the dementia sufferer and reduces the chances of developing dementia in others..

PRECAUTIONS: 1. Brain Gel should not be used by persons with known sensitivity to herbs and spices and their extracts particularly cloves and ginger. 2. If an allergy, or irritation of the skin  occurs discontinue use. 3. May alter blood sugar reading for diabetics. This needs monitoring 4.May effect blood alcohol readings. 5.If no benefit is observed in 50 days discontinue use. This product may not help all persons.





1. Apply twice daily to each side of the neck starting from just below the ears. Dose on each side of the neck is enough to cover a 20 cent piece to a depth of 3 millimetres.(Can be used up to 6 times per day)


2. Follow exercise and dietary guidelines with these these instructions.


3. Brain Gel can be applied to sore muscles and joints to improve muscle function.


4. If diabetic you will need to carefully monitor your blood sugar as brain gel may cause changes to blood sugar. Research indicates that it will lower blood sugar.


5. Dietary changes should be started immediately with exercise built up gradually according to individual fitness.













The purpose of the dietary changes is to increase ketones circulating in the blood and reduce the glucose load in the body and to consume foods that increase blood flow around the body particularly the brain. Green vegetables, Spinach, Silverbeat, Kale, Cabbage(purple cabbage as well), Broccoli, fresh Beans, Chinese greens and Beetroot  contain organic nitrates that are able to improve blood flow around the body. These should be included in the diet as much as possible.

Try to significantly reduce carbohydrates, cut out bread, cereals, potatoes sweats etc. All Carbohydrates are broken down in the body to simple sugars and these should be avoided.

Certain carbohydrates are not broken down in the body such as carrots which contain a high portion of cellulose. These vegetables are OK and help to balance the diet Suggest that sour fruit be used to replace carbohydrates. The amount of Protein consumed should be reduced in quantity. The body can breakdown protein to produce glucose. To achieve optimal results you want to minimise glucose and maximise ketone production. Fat is OK but try to consume more unsaturated fats than saturated fats. Butter is better than margarine as it contains compounds that are converted straight to ketone as does coconut oil. Fish oil supplementation up to 25 grams per day is helpful to restore brain cell function. Supplementation with Vitamin D3 and B12 are also helpful. Keep in mind you need a balanced diet within these guide lines.




Exercise should involve both physical and mental exercise. Research has shown that physical exercise prior to a learning activity significantly improves memory. For a disabled person this can be as simple as lifting a kilo weight in each hand then engaging in mental activity. Regular Strengthening exercise combined with  aerobic exercise improves blood flow and brain function. Exercise should be engaged in a gradual process to allow muscles and tendons to adapt. Brain Gel can be used to assist muscles and tendons in adapting to exercise.


Mental exercise also increases blood flow to the brain and restores and increases neural connections. Research indicates that learning a musical instrument in later life produces  excellent results. Word games, skilful card games and mathematical puzzles are also good. For a dementia sufferer listening to favourite music whilst exercising improve memory.



It is important to look at any underlying medical conditions before following these instructions. If in doubt consult your medical practitioner or contact Peak Natural Products before proceeding.


For the dementia carer it is a matter of tailoring diet and exercise to suit the suffers past likes and dislikes. This equally applies to the person wishing to stop the damage before dementia can occur.