Noomato:
 A cognitive nootropic

New ingredient now available from Faravelli Nutra is a nootropic extract from a special non-GM cultivar of tomato that improves cognition and precision even under severe stress

Faravelli Nutra has introduced Noomato, a new nootropic extract from a special non-GM cultivar of tomato that improves cognition and precision even under severe stress.

Solanum lycopersicum is the scientific name of a very popular juicy and nutritious fruit, commonly eaten as a vegetable and consumed worldwide: tomato—a rich source of diverse bioactive nutrients like folate, vitamin C, and potassium, to name but a few. Tomato is also rich in carotenoids, a source of antioxidant activity. 


Tomatoes also contain several other components that are beneficial to health, including vitamin A and vitamin E, trace elements, flavonoids, phytosterols, and several water-soluble vitamins. 


A tomato is a nutrient-dense superfood that offers benefit to a range of bodily systems. Its nutritional content supports healthful skin, weight loss, heart health, and cognition. 



Noomato is brand of Naturalea


By modulating the “fear response” due to overexpression of Neuroligin-1, Naturalea has shown in laboratory and clinical studies that the extract is able to reduce oxidative processes and so improve the clarity of thought, the cognitive ability and the psychomotor functions, also after prolonged stress or fatigue. 



A stable powder, Noomato can be used in a variety of formulations targeted at the most sought-after function of our time: improved cognition.



Companies in North America can now source Naturalea’s Noomato from Faravelli Inc, the US subsidiary of Faravelli.

Faravelli began operating in its native Italy in 1926, before going on to establish a presence in North America in 2014.

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