Empower NeuroSport is a science based supplement, designed to support optimal mental and physical sports performance.

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Jamie Baulch thinks NeuroSport is MIND BLOWING!

Jamie Baulch thinks NeuroSport is MIND BLOWING!

“My focus and energy levels have rocketed. This sports supplement is just mind-blowing!”

Jamie Baulch
Sprint Olympian and World Champion

“This product is a real winner!”

Mike Ruddock endorses Empower NeuroSport

Mike Ruddock endorses Empower NeuroSport

Mike Ruddock OBE
Former Wales Grand Slam Coach

HFL Sports Science Laboratory    Our unique blend of glutathione and specific anthocyanins to replenish your glutathione levels lost through sport, together with Vitamin B’s to assist your focus, mood and concentration.



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Why adequate Glutathione levels are ESSENTIAL for Athletes and Sportsmen.



An athlete gets incomparable benefits from glutathione

  • Better workouts, faster recovery times, and improved athletic performance are just some of the benefits glutathione provides
  • Exercise increases our bodies need for more glutathione.
  • During a workout, the increased oxygen produces more Free Radicals
  • Our body then uses our antioxidant supply to neutralize these free radicals. This may deplete our glutathione supply.
  • One study showed that 90 minutes of exercise led to a 60% depletion of glutathione.
  • If the body isn’t supplied with more glutathione, then we will experience muscle fatigue, poor athletic performance, longer recovery times and be more susceptible to future injury.
  • However, by increasing our bodies glutathione levels, we can cut our recovery times in half and supply our muscle tissue with greater energy supply.


The benefits of increasing glutathione levels for all athletes, professional or not, are:

A rapid and stable increase in energy      Increases stamina and endurance      Lessens muscle fatigue and exhaustion        Improves cardiovascular function        Reduces lactic acid        Quickens recovery time         Strengthens the immune system

  1. Protects your body from injury
  2. Reduces muscle stress
  3. Decreases inflammation
  4. Feeds muscles
  5. Maintains muscle growth
  6. Noticeably improves athletic performance
  7. Plus, if injury does occur, the increased glutathione levels speed up the healing process.
  •  For those who want a true edge over the competition, supplementing your diet with NeuroSport and Sport Recovery Max  is a wise choice.
  • Our two sport glutathione boosting supplements have been given approval by HFL Sports Science Labs for containing no doping contaminants.


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Blood testing for B vitamins (apart from B12 and folate which even then is not part of a routine blood screen) is not widely available on the NHS. Blood levels are not a thoroughly reliable indicator of deficiency anyway, since they do not reflect tissue levels in the brain and nervous system. Clinical signs and symptoms, taking into lifestyle factors that increase demand for B vitamins,  are a acceptable means of assessing deficiency.

B vitamins are required for a variety of physical and mental functions. B6 is required for synthesis of GABA, a calming neurotransmitter and also for formation of other neurotranmitters, seratonin, dopamine and adrenalin. Seratonin is involved in mood and healthy sleep patterns. Vitamin B6 is  also essential for enzymatic breakdown of glycogen stores for fuel.  Protein loading will increase the need for B6.

B12  has a very important relationship to mental health. Impaired memory, concentration and learning ability result from deficiency.  Inadequate B12 leads to iron deficiency even when iron is being supplemented and this will adversely affect energy levels and performance. B12 is found predominantly in animal food sources therefore vegetarians and vegans may be vulnerable to lack of this vitamin.

Folic Acid works closely with vitamin B12 and is essential to brain function. It is highly concentrated in spinal fluid and deficiency has been proven to cause neural tube defect in the unborn baby, leading to spina bifida.  Folic acid contributes to normal immune function and the average diet is vulnerable to folate deficiency due both to insufficient intake and the fragility of folic acid in storage and food processing.

Vitamin B1 Thiamin deficiency is linked with poor memory and concentration, nervousness, depression and mental confusion.

Vitamin B3  (niacin) deficiency causes pellagra, known as the disease of the “3 Ds”, dermatitis, diarrhoea and dementia. In a study, B3 supplementation improved memory between 10-40% across a mixed age group

Vitamin B2 contributes to the reduction of fatigue and cellular protection against oxidative stress. Research showed the need for Vitamin B2 (riboflavin)  was increased in healthy women doing moderate exercise.

In another study, athletes on a healthy diet were found to be deficient in vitamin B2.

Due to their water soluble nature, B vitamins need replacing regularly in the body, due to urinary excretion. In addition to the demands of exercise, tea, coffee, alcohol and excess dietary intake of refined carbohydrates and sugar deplete B vitamins as does stress.


Glutathione Molecular Structure

Glutathione Molecular Structure

Glutathione is a tri-peptide made in the cell from the amino acids, glycine, cysteine and glutamic acid. It has two main functions, acting as a powerful antioxidant and liver detoxifier.

Exercise leads to increased production of ATP in muscle cells. This in turn increases oxidation and free radical production. Without antioxidants such as vitamin E and glutathione, muscles will be overwhelmed with free radicals and more prone to injury, inflammation, fatigue and slower recovery time. Glutathione exerts powerful antioxidant protection from within the cell.

Supplies of glutathione are considerably reduced in the muscles and liver during stress and heavy exercise.

Glutathione production also decreases with age.

In addition to its antioxidant function, glutathione is involved in detoxification. Glutathione stores in the liver will be depleted by the many thousands of toxic substances in the environment.

Some causes of glutathione depletion

Some causes of glutathione depletion

Glutathione exists in both reduced (G-SH) and oxidised (GS-SG) forms
in the body. The ratio of reduced to oxidised glutathione is used as a
measure of cellular toxicity and oxidative stress. 

Unique Delivery System  

Re-cycling Mechanism of Glutacyan

Re-cycling Mechanism of Glutacyan

If taken by mouth, glutathione is unlikely to survive the stomach acid
without being broken down into its component amino acids. 3g of oral glutathione in humans produced no appreciable change in the serum

levels of reduced glutathione, suggesting it is either digested
(hydrolised) prior to absorption, or oxidized before absorption.
Glutathione needs to be in the reduced form to be effective.
Recancostat® is a novel formulation of reduced glutathione that is
stabilised with a patented anthocyanin complex known as Recyclin. The
presence of Recyclin allows the glutathione to be absorbed from the
gut and to be absorbed into cells while remaining in its reduced form.

Glutathione in the Diet

Glutathione is produced in the cells from the amino
acids, glycine, cysteine and glutamic acid. These amino acids are found in protein foods such as fish, chicken, eggs, meat, lentils, beans and pulses. Cysteine, however, is missing or deficient in many diets. In addition, digestive problems can lead to deficiency of amino acids despite adequate protein intake.

Fruit and vegetables supply glutathione peroxidase, an enzyme related to glutathione.  Glutathione itself is found in meat, fish, nuts and seeds. However since it is unlikely to survive the stomach acid without being broken down, supplementation is a useful means of obtaining glutathione.

Who should take NeuroSport?

NeuroSport is suitable for professional and amateur sportspersons who wish to improve their mental and physical performance and have the edge over the competition. Professional athletes who have used Neuro Sport with great results include  Jamie Baulch, Olympic and Commonwealth sprint champion, Marcus Bent, Premier League Footballer, German Olympic gold medallist, Heike Dreschler.

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Recommended Intake

 The suggested Intake is 1-3 tablets daily or as directed by a Healthcare Professional. NeuroSport works best on an empty stomach at least one hour away from food. If taking mineral or enzyme supplements a gap of 2 hours should be left before taking NeuroSport.

How long does NeuroSport take to Work?

NeuroSport begins to work within days of taking the supplement. Glutathione levels rise relatively quickly, reaching full potential within around 2 weeks. 

Is NeuroSport Safe?

NeuroSport is generally very safe and side effect free. Because it contains moderate levels of nutrients, it can usually be used alongside medications under the guidance of a qualified healthcare practitioner.  NeuroSport has been tested SAFE for doping contaminants by HFL Sports Science Laboratories.  Empower 'Tested Safe Label' 22.4.12

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Active Ingredients


Composition (per tablet):

Vitamin E (D- Alpha tocopherol)         60 mg

Vitamin B3 ( Nicotinamide)                 20 mg

Reduced glutathione (G-SH)*
Recancostat (TM) Patent ~  123456   20 mg

L-cysteine                                            10 mg

Vitamin B6  (Pyridoxine HCl)                9 mg

Vitamin B1 (Thiamine HCl)                 6.3 mg

Phosphatidylcholine                            4 mg

Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)                      3.5 mg

Anthocyanins                                    2 mg

Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin)                 10 mcg

Folic Acid  (Folacin)                      250 mcg

Pack size; 90 Tablets

Free from gluten, yeast, dairy, artificial flavours, colours and preservatives


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