In the past 50 years, usage of dietary supplements has increased from just over 20% to 65% of the US population.
But with heaps of options out there, it can be hard to choose the right supplement. Many factors come into play - from knowing how to recognise quality, to choosing a potent product. Plus, not everyone has the same needs.
In this blog we set out to equip you with the knowledge you need to choose the right supplements for you.
The term “nootropics” has turned into a bit of a buzzword.
Dubbed “The Magic Pill” and very attractive to students having trouble concentrating, professionals trying to get that promotion and older adults worried about Alzheimer’s, everyone wants a piece of the nootropic cake.
But hold on! Before you jump on the bandwagon, make sure you understand these little smart pills.
In this post we answer the 5 questions we get asked the most about nootropics.
So, let’s dive in.
Working from home is tough in normal circumstances. It’s no mean feat to maintain your focus when working from home. But these are by no means normal circumstances.
As well as that, many of us now have new mini-coworkers, who need a lot of attention.
On top of your usual workload, have you been promoted to caterer, housekeeper, and assistant to your ‘mini-me’s?
Suddenly it seems... it’s crazy the amount of stuff there is to do! How did you ever manage to get it all done before, and go to work?
We’ve heard a lot about Vitamin D in this past year. Some believe Vitamin D can play a role in improving COVID-19 outcomes, and researchers are asking for funding so that they can conduct studies to prove it.
So it’s understandable that more and more people want to take a Vitamin D supplement for immune support.