From the outset we have engaged with some of the world's top neuroscientist's and food technologists to develop the Ārepa formula. We knew when we started we would be met with scepticism thanks to people being falsely marketed to over the years from multinational companies selling caffeine and sugar as the ideal solution to peak cognitive performance. We continue to research, test and develop our formula as well as utilising cutting edge food-technology to ensure our products are efficacious.
Over 5 years of research and development, our patented formula focuses on plant based ingredients with years of robust scientific evidence proving the safety and efficacy on human brain function.
Arepa is 100% Natural. We choose plant-based ingredients as they are safe and sustainable.
NO artificial flavours, artificial colours, sweeteners, or preservatives!
We operate at the nexus between, nature, neuroscience and food-technology. Continuous research and ongoing improvement are at the core of our company.
There are over 8000 polyphenols identified in nature and their main functions are as an antioxidant. They protect our body from free radical damage and defense against UV radiation or aggression by pathogens. In the last two decades, there has been more interest in the potential health benefits of dietary polyphenols as antioxidant.
Flavonoids are a diverse group of phytonutrients (plant chemicals) found in almost all fruits and vegetables. Along with carotenoids, they are responsible for the vivid colors in fruits and vegetables. Flavonoids are the largest group of phytonutrients, with more than 6,000 types.
Anthocyanins are a type of flavonoid, a class of compounds with antioxidant effects. Found naturally in a number of foods, anthocyanins are the pigments that give red, purple, and blue plants their rich coloring. In addition to acting as antioxidants and fighting free radicals, anthocyanins may offer anti-inflammatory and anti-fatigue benefits.
Above is a graph showing a comparison of Anthocyanins per 100gm between different berry fruit.
Above is a graph showing a comparison of Vitamin C per 100gm between different berry fruit.