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Weyland Brain Nutrition Focus Review – 8 Things You May Not Know

By Sasha de Beausset Aparicio, MSc

Reviewed by Rebecca Williams, MD, MA, MB, BChir

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Evidence Based | Synopsis | Ingredients | Health Benefits | Cautions | Cost | Directions | Final Thoughts

Weyland’s Focus is a brain supplement that’s advertised to help promote pure focused energy by stimulating your brain. It is manufactured by Weyland – a US based company – using a combination of vitamins and minerals with other natural brain-stimulating ingredients.

The formula contains Vitamin C, multiple B-Vitamins, Magnesium, Zinc, Manganese, and a proprietary blend (Proprietary Focus Blend) of natural herbal extracts (such as Bacopa Monnieri, L-Theanine, Ashwagandha), Co-Enzyme Q10, and neurotransmitters (such as Phosphatidylserine, Alpha GPC, CDP-Choline, L-Dopa, and DL phenylalanine).


1) Focus at a Glance

Weyland Brain Nutrition Focus is claimed to support the brain’s function and focus. If it is to believe the customer reviews, then this brain supplement really works. However, we have doubts regarding some of the positive reviews available on 3rd party websites like Amazon. For instance, very few of these testimonials are “verified purchases”.

The price of Focus is affordable for most, but the lack of a money back guarantee policy may represent a serious issue. There is a risk involved with purchasing this brain supplement because if you are not satisfied with the results, you may not be able to receive a refund.

Another issue we have with Focus is the lack of information when it comes to exact amounts of each ingredient. Because the most important ingredients are “hidden” inside the proprietary blend, it’s impossible to know which ingredient is in which amount, and so the only way to know if it’s something that’s going to work is to try it.


2) Focus Ingredients

Focus contains the following ingredients: Focus contains the following ingredients: Vitamin C (as Ascorbic Acid) 30 mg, Vitamin E (d-Alpha Tocopheryl Succinate) 15 IU, Vitamin B1 (as Thiamine HCI) 0.75 mg, Vitamin B2 (as Riboflavin) 0.85 mg, Vitamin B6 (as Pyridoxine HCI) 1 mg, Folic Acid 200 mcg, Vitamin B12 (as Methylcobalamin) 3 mcg, Biotin 150 mcg, Pantothenic Acid (as d-Calcium Pantothenate) 5 mg, Magnesium (as Magnesium Oxide) 50 mg, Zinc (as Zinc Gluconate) 3.75 mg, Manganese (as Manganese Gluconate) 0.50 mg.
Proprietary Focus Blend 644 mg (Guarana seed extract with caffeine 100 mg, Acetyl L-Carnitine HCI, Alpha GPC, CDP Choline, Phosphatidylserine, L-Dopa, DL-Phenylalanine, L-Tyrosine, Bacopa extract, Rhodiola root extract, Panax Ginseng root extract, L-Theanine, Alpha Lipoic Acid, Maca root extract, Ashwagandha root extract, Ginkgo Biloba leaf extract, Co-Enzyme Q10, NADH, and Huperzine A 1%).
Inactive ingredients: Vegetable capsule, rice powder, magnesium stearate, and silicon dioxide.

3) Is Focus Right for You?

There isn’t much to say about Focus because there isn’t much online about this brain supplement. Our research team encountered serious difficulties in finding more than a few pages worth of information regarding the product and the company.

Sure, when you first look at Focus’ formula, you notice the huge number of ingredients. 31 active ingredients to be more accurate. That is a lot even for a multivitamin supplement, not to mention a brain supplement where, usually, the less ingredients it contains the more likely is to actually provide some noticeable benefits.

Focus contains a mixture of vitamins, minerals, herbal extracts, and several other compounds that are claimed to work together in order to maximize your concentration, focus, alertness, and memory. Sadly, half of the formula (the most important half, undeniable) is hidden behind the Proprietary Focus Blend. For instance, we don’t know how much Alpha GPC is in Focus. We don’t know how much L-Tyrosine or L-Theanine the formula contains. And this is the information that actually matter for the consumer.

The simple fact that Focus contains 0.75 mg of Vitamin B1 is not that relevant. In fact, the amount of vitamins and minerals is so small that these ingredients are very unlikely to make a difference.

Health Benefits

4) Focus Health Benefits

  • Focus is produced in the United States
  • Affordable price
  • The supplement is 100% vegetarian
  • Standardized vitamin B-complex with a synergistic cognitive compound of a variety of herbs.


5) What You Need to Know Before Taking Focus

  • Lack of information regarding the proprietary blend and the exact amount of each ingredient inside the proprietary blend
  • The formula is not clinically tested (most of the ingredients are, however)
  • Contains soy
  • Almost no information online regarding the supplement and the manufacturer
  • Some questionable reviews and testimonials


6) How Much Does Focus Cost?

Each bottle of Focus contains 40 vegetarian capsules (good for 20 servings). Depending on where you choose to buy it from, the price of one bottle can vary from $19.95 to $24.95, which is not a bad value. In fact, Focus is a bit cheaper than many other similar brain supplements.


7) Focus Directions

It is also important to note that, although the manufacturer doesn’t mention this (or at least we couldn’t find any references to this), Focus may be associated with some unwanted side effects like insomnia, nervousness and occasional rapid heartbeat. Being a dietary supplement of quick action, Focus should not be used by pregnant women, people with heart diseases and renal dysfunctions or children.

Final Thoughts

8) Final Thoughts on Focus

It’s almost impossible to say if Focus works as advertised or not. Because the lack of relevant information on the formula, and even regarding the manufacturer, we can’t say for certain if this brain supplement is amazing or just another blend of 30+ ingredients with basically no value whatsoever.

Focus’ formula contains 644 mg of proprietary blend – 19 different ingredients. Without knowing the exact amounts, we can assume that the formula contains an average of 33 mg of each ingredient, which is way below the full dose.

Focus may be worth a try because of it’s low price per serving. If the quality is there, Focus may offer some health benefits.

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