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7 Best Ways to Solve Tiredness and Fatigue

7 Best Ways to Solve Tiredness and Fatigue

7 Best Ways to Solve Tiredness and Fatigue       Complaints of feeling overly tired or fatigued are very common. However, this is ...
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Guide to Ginkgo Biloba - Benefits, Best Type, Dosage and Side Effects

Guide to Ginkgo Biloba - Benefits, Best Type, Dosage and Side Effects

The ginkgo biloba (or Maidenhair) tree is known as a ‘living fossil’ as it is thought to have grown for over 200 million years. Although not used in supplement form for that long, it has been one of the most popular herbal supplements for decades and is used for a whole host of reasons. Once exclusively used in Traditional Chinese Medicine, this herb is now in the top 10 most popular supplements in the western world
Guide to Korean Ginseng - Benefits, Best Type, Dosage and Side Effects

Guide to Korean Ginseng - Benefits, Best Type, Dosage and Side Effects

Korean ginseng, aka Panax ginseng, is one of the most widely used botanical supplements and one that has a long history in traditional Chinese medicine. As the word ‘Panax’ originates from the Greek word for panacea (all healing), this is the first clue that this plant can provide a plethora of benefits
Best Vitamins for the Immune System

Best Vitamins for the Immune System

One of the reasons that nutritionists and dietitians always recommend a varied and balanced diet is so we get all the nutrients our immune system requires to function optimally. In this article, we are going to look at the most important vitamins, minerals and other compounds for our natural defences and outline which foods contain these.
What are the Best Natural Nootropics and Are They Safe?

What are the Best Natural Nootropics and Are They Safe?

Nootropics are ingredients that can boost cognitive functions such as memory, attention, and learning. The word nootropic was coined in 1972 by Romanian scientist Corneliu Giurgea, who paired the Greek words ‘mind’ and ‘bending’. Natural nootropics have soared in popularity in recent years, mirroring the ever-increasing presence of an ‘always on’ culture that often leaves people mentally fatigued. 
Guide to Ashwagandha - Benefits, Best Type, Dosage and Side Effects

Guide to Ashwagandha - Benefits, Best Type, Dosage and Side Effects

Ashwagandha is one of the most widely used herbs in traditional Indian medicine (Ayurveda) and has been used for centuries because of its long list of impressive health benefits. Unlike a number of supplements that make bold claims but have little to back it up, Ashwagandha has been heavily researched and has strong evidence to substantiate its claims.
The Guide to Creatine as a Nootropic, for Muscle and Brain function

The Guide to Creatine as a Nootropic, for Muscle and Brain function

Creatine is one of the most, if not the most researched supplement in the world. It is hugely popular with bodybuilders, strength athletes and team sports players alike thanks to a plethora of studies showing a clear performance gain. However, creatine is now starting to gain a reputation for its nootropic benefits and an increasing number of people are using it to fuel their brains as well as their muscles.
Everything You Need To Know When Buying Lions Mane Mushroom

Everything You Need To Know When Buying Lions Mane Mushroom

What is Lion's Mane Mushroom? Types of Lion’s Mane Mushroom Available What is Organic Lion’s Mane 12:1 Standardised Fruiting Body Extract? Can I E...
Everything You Need To Know About The Benefits of Rhodiola Rosea (SCIENCE)

Everything You Need To Know About The Benefits of Rhodiola Rosea (SCIENCE)

 Author: Chad Brey - (Brainpower Nootropics - Nutriceutical Chemist) |  🕒5 min read For centuries many cultures have used plants and herbs as ...
Magnesium – The Important Mineral We All Overlook

Magnesium – The Important Mineral We All Overlook

It is estimated that a staggering 70 per cent of the adult population may be magnesium deficient and to add to the risk of magnesium deficient people are those with low-calorie diets, those over-indulging in alcohol, those who engage in heavy exercise as well as elderly people and diabetics.
Everything You Need To Know About The Benefits of Magnesium (SCIENCE)

Everything You Need To Know About The Benefits of Magnesium (SCIENCE)

Author: Chad Brey - Nutriceutical Chemist | 🕒5 min read   Everyone knows magnesium as the calming mineral that does something or other with mu...