SNS Focus XT Supplement Facts and Discussion

SNS Focus XT Supplement Facts and Discussion
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Label information can be viewed on our website at www.seriousnutritionsolutions.com

For convenience, I wanted to post up the Supplement Facts for Focus XT and open up this thread for questions, comments, or discussion.

Focus XT
Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 scoop
Servings per Container: 20
Amount per Serving
Focus XT Blend 9800mg
Choline Bitartrate
L-Tyrosine
Acetyl-L-Carnitine
DMAE
Vinpocetine
Huperzine A
Caffeine 200mg

Recommended Use:
As a dietary supplement, mix 1 heaping scoop with 8 ounces of water or your favorite beverage. Shake well or stir to avoid settling.

For maximum results, consume 1 serving 10 to 30 minutes prior to the time that effects are desired to begin. If using 2 servings daily, space dosages out at least 6 to 8 hours apart. Many individuals find it helpful to consume 1 serving per day everyday, and to consume a 2nd serving on days as needed.

Mental Focus, Clarity, Concentration, Improved Focus XT: Mental Focus. Clarity. Concentration. Improved Performance, and More
Focus XT’s state-of-the-art cutting edge formulation combines precise ratios of active ingredients in order to provide users with a myriad of uses, including a variety of benefits in pertaining to improved mental focus and concentration, anti-stress, and performance enhancement.

Focus XT can be used by individuals for a variety of purposes, whether it be by individuals trying to improve their workout or athletic performance, by students wanting to enhance focus, concentration, and productivity at school, by individuals whose job requires optimal mental performance, or others who feel they may benefit from the variety of benefits that Focus XT is reportedly being used for.

Common User Feedback Indicates Focus XT Being Used For:

  • Improved Mental Focus*
  • Mental Alertness and Concentration*
  • Mental Clarity*
  • Anti-Stress Properties*
  • Maximizing Energy Levels*
  • Optimal Mental Performance*
  • Concentration*
  • Memory*
  • Improved Endurance*
  • Pre-Athletic Activity Energy and Focus*
  • Increased Fat Burning During Exercise*
  • Improved Mind-Muscle Connection*
  • Combating Overtraining Syndrome*
  • Pre-Workout Energy and Focus*

Common Feedback includes:

  • Improvements in mental alertness, focus, clarity, and concentration.*
  • Improvements in athletic endurance, drive, and motivation.*
  • Being able to train for longer durations of time and more intensely.*
  • Improved Sense and Feelings of Well-Being.*
  • Improved performance at school and work.*

Highlights:

  • No energy crash associated with some energy products on the market today.
  • Most users do not report any of the nervousness that is commonly associated with many other energy enhancers.
  • Precise ratios of ingredients. Each ingredient is used at a specific dosage for a specific reason. (This is not a ‘little bit of everything, not enough of anything’ type product.)
  • And More

Something to think about:
You feel tired and unmotivated, your thought process is not clear. An activity that requires concentration and focus is the last thing you want to do whether it is a workout, your job, class, or a big test. You know the feeling. It can be a vicious cycle. It’s not an answer, it’s not a cure all, but help has arrived, and help has a name, Focus XT.


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Caffeine FREE Focus XT


#3

For anyone wondering It likely has a very solid formula, you can’t really under-dose a blend that large. I am kind of wondering how much choline is in there, given its the first in a 9.8 gram blend with only 3 large ingredients its likely over 3 grams total CB.
My best guess is 3.5 CB, 3.5 L- tyrosine, 2.5 ALCAR 300 mg everything else


#4

Pretty solid sounding formula, pending exact dosages of course. We may never know them, but I trust that SNS wouldn’t do us wrong.

This looks like something i’d use mid-day at work. Staring at a computer screen for ~9 hours breaks my brain on most days.


#5

I’ve used i a bunch in the past and I’m a fan except for the Choline bitartrate, that really doesn’t do much for cognition


#6

This and ANS Rave are great focus products.


#7

Love the product! Isn’t this rumored to be getting an update soon?


#8

Hummm… never know :rofl:


#9

Is there any chance of having the ingredient dosages even ballparked? I’d really prefer to have a little assurance before spending the money, although I have heard loads of positive reviews.


#10

In my chats with the owner, I’ve discussed ingredient dosages with him, and can attest that the doses used in Focus XT are at least at clinically efficacious doses.

My guess for the formula is (this hasn’t been confirmed fully):

4g Choline Bitartrate
3g Tyrosine
2g ALCAR
750mg DMAE
30mg Vinpocetine
20mg Huperzine (standardized to 1% yielding 200mcg)

Grand total is 9800mg


#11

This is per the owner ‘I’m sorry but we don’t provide the breakdown for competitive reasons. If yo look at the total grams of ingredients provided and the ingredients, you can see that it’s definitely not under dosed in any way’.


#12

I understand, that’s why I was asking for a ballpark! Anyway, thank you for the response. I’d definitely like to pick some of this up soon.


#13

I’d strongly recommend that you do so. I love the stim free version as I tend to not need the caffeine first thing in the morning when I take this. That being said, caffeine does make everything better and offers numerous cognitive benefits as well.


#14

Not to mention burns your eyes out O___O


#15

Absolutely. Some days driving home, now that it’s dark out both before and after work, all I see are blurry taillights of cars in front of me lol. Eyes water while at work too. Ugh.


#16

Maybe someone should come out with an all-in-one eye health supplement. You don’t see too many of those. Considering I know countless people who either have contacts or glasses. Could be a potential market?


#17

Check out MAN Sports Brain Bridge, which has a vision support blend in addition to nootropics.


#18

Or Can-C eye drops? Carl on superhuman radio likes those. I think they make a supplement also, but I haven’t looked at it in a while.


#19

While I do need to try this, I was more or less implying about a full on eye support supplement, similar to what @Jeremy mentioned. But I will most certainly check this out…although I am VERY much stuck on Anastasis


#20

What’re y’all doing to your eyes? Is this caffeine related?

If it’s just screen fatigue, honest to god it sounds like a gimmick but get some of those computer glasses. I got a set of the Gunnar Optics ones with the clear lenses from an Amazon Warehouse deal for like $18 last year. They’re the real deal.