Noocube vs Elevate

Noocube vs Elevate Summary:

While neither makes it onto our “best nootropic” list, Noocube is the winner of the two. It uses more ingredients, and the ingredients themselves have the dosages shown clearly on the label, compared to Avantera which hides most of its ingredients in proprietary blends. Not to mention that Noocube costs $30 per month and Avantera is $64.95 for a single-time purchase, putting it above the market-leading nootropics in terms of price.

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About the Products

About Noocube

Noocube is a dietary supplement, a blend of synergistic ingredients that work to improve your cognition, focus, and brain performance. It is an interesting brain supplement because it not only promises to naturally support your mental function but also protect your eyesight from daily strain and blue light exposure.

All that sounds good, but apart from the eyesight benefits, we’ve seen similar claims many times.

How well Noocube really works, if it is safe and healthy for long-term use, and how it compares to Avantera, we’ll find out in detail below.

About Avantera Elevate

Avantera Elevate is a relatively new supplement to hit the nootropic market. It is a natural product designed to support different areas of your cognitive function such as mood, memory, recall, energy, and gut health with its turmeric, Bacopa Monnieri, and other natural ingredients.

But is Avantera all it’s hyped up to be? How does it compare to other nootropics, including Noocube? Their ingredients will give us a deeper insight into how they will work for you.

Noocube vs Avantera Elevate: Ingredients

Noocube’s Ingredients

Noocube contains plenty of ingredients. Everything from essential vitamins to more complex nootropic compounds such as Alpha GPC, Huperzine A, and L-Theanine.

The formula overall is definitely effective enough to give you a boost in your memory, focus, and energy levels. This is thanks to the combination of L-Tyrosine, Pterostilbene, and B-complex vitamins. They work to boost your brain’s blood flow along with supporting neurotransmitters such as dopamine.

Unfortunately, though, there are also some understudied compounds inside. Cat’s Claw is promising but there are barely any human studies on it, most of the data we have is from rats. The similar story is with oat straw. While it may potentially reduce stress and cognitive dysfunction, oat straw is not a particularly impressive nootropic. Otherwise, we would hear about it from people who eat a lot of oats!

Resveratrol is decent, but it’s terribly underdosed in Noocube. Lutemax is good for eyesight but it has no proven effects on your cognitive function. If some of these ingredients were replaced with better core nootropics like Phosphatidylserine and Lion’s Mane Mushroom, Noocube would be an even better brain supplement.

Elevate Ingredients

Avantera Elevate Ingredients

Avantera Elevate contains fewer ingredients than Noocube. Also, their dosages are not transparent – they are hidden in a proprietary blend.

While ingredients such as Lion’s Mane and Turmeric are excellent for combating brain fog and depression, not knowing their exact dosages tells us the manufacturer may be hiding something. Lion’s Mane optimal dosage for mental clarity is around 500mg, whereas the entire Avantera Mood and Gut Health Blend weighs a mere 355mg.

Similar story is with Citicoline which needs to be dosed much higher than the weight of the entire Avantera Focus and Energy Blend (295mg).

The only ingredient which we can see the dosage of is Bacopa Monnieri, and this one is great. It is a proven memory enhancer. Taking Bacopa every day for several weeks is shown to increase dendrite branching. Dendrites are small extensions of your brain cells, much like branches of a tree. The denser the branching, the better the communication between your brain cells is – leading to improved memory and information processing.

Apart from Bacopa, though, Avantera Elevate is a lackluster nootropic. In our opinion, Noocube has its own downsides but it is better than Avantera’s formula. If for nothing else, then because it is more transparent – showing you exactly what you’re getting. That said, we’ve seen better nootropic formulas on the market than either of these two.

Noocube vs Avantera Elevate: Safety & Quality

Both supplements are safe and healthy for daily use as their dosages are relatively mild. There are also no synthetic fillers or harmful junk in their formulas. However, it’s important to note that in the case of Avantera some reviews and testimonials seem to report some side effects, which we’ll cover below.

Noocube vs Avantera Elevate: Customer Reviews

Noocube is definitely the better-reviewed product of the two. Avantera Elevate is less known in the nootropic community as it’s only recently come out. That said, the reviews on Amazon for Avantera look decent for the most part. Although, there were a concerning amount of people reporting stomach pain and diarrhea from using Avantera.

Price & Where to Buy

Noocube is only officially available through its website, where it costs $30 a bottle (a month’s supply). Avantera is available both on its official website and on Amazon. It is far more expensive at $64.95 for a one-time purchase. You can save some money though by subscribing to monthly payments on Avantera’s website, which will then bring the cost down to $49.95 per month.

Final Thoughts

Between Noocube and Avantera, Noocube is the clear winner. If for nothing else than because it doesn’t hide anything from you. Everything is transparent and clearly shown on the label.

Even though it has major downsides such as some ineffective and underdosed ingredients, Noocube is still superior to Avantera which has the same downsides plus uses proprietary blends so you can’t see exactly how much of each ingredient you’re getting.

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