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Niwali Health Store Develops a Brain Trainer App 'Breinst'

MIAMI, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 01/28/14 -- To be as smart as the geeky brainiacs on The Big Bang Theory, you don't need to spend your time sitting in a lecture hall, now you can get wiser on-the-go with "Breinst," a free app for iPhones and iPads that can easily be downloaded to your device. It helps to improve your memory, increase your reflexes and speed, boost your attention and powers to observe, enhance your problem solving skills and leads to positive changes in your mood. The games, such as Mental Math, Water Bottles, Unmatched Words or Shapes, are specially designed to improve your skills and unlock dormant areas in your brain and increase your IQ.

And it's fun! Breinst is an app that was developed by Niwali Health Store and consists of eight exciting brain games. It is the most addictive brain trainer you have ever played! Make your way through the different levels and unlock 40 achievements to improve your cognitive skills. With the GameCenter integration you can even challenge your friends. Need a little motivation? The cute Einstein coach guides you throughout the game with a personalized training regime to make sure you get better results faster and entertains you with facts and quotes. Keep your brain young and vibrant in just a couple of minutes a day -- the automated notifications will make sure you don't miss your daily practice! The game is free to play for 15 sessions. After that you can upgrade to the full version to have unlimited fun for just $0.99.

Niwali Health Store is a leading health supplement manufacturer and known for its mission to improve the quality of life of people around the globe. Mens sana in corpore sano -- A healthy mind lives in a healthy body. And Niwali can help with that too, with an array of natural supplements that promote your health and your well-being, for example their Vitality Multi-Vitamin, a highly efficient source of vitamins and minerals. It is a known fact that 90% of Americans today are deficient in key nutrients and as a consequence suffer from fatigue and are prone to diseases. Wake up your body and your mind by taking just one single supplement each day, which will help you to become more vibrant and focused.

Niwali Health Store was founded out of a burning desire to impact the lives of one billion people around the globe. The name was inspired by the beautiful life-giving Niwali waterfall in the Indian state of Maharashtra. Niwali's mission is to optimize human performance, health and beauty. Life is a gift best enjoyed in radiant health and the company looks to provide the best product mix and education in the world in order to help you enjoy the pleasures of a healthy life. Niwali is all about creating positive change that impacts the future of the world as we know it. Their experts source the most clinically studied plants, herbs, vitamins and minerals in proven combinations to achieve powerful results though their products. And their coaches and mentors offer the best education in the world to reach your goals and live the life you deserve. News:



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