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Thrivous is the human enhancement company. Get nootropics and geroprotectors with the greatest potential to improve your brain and body.
Thrivous is the human enhancement company. Get nootropics and geroprotectors with the greatest potential to improve your brain and body.

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Thrivous provides a free newsletter that covers the topics of human enhancement, #nootropics, and #geroprotectors, as well as company news and deals. Stay in the loop. Sign up now! https://go.thrivous.com/newsletter
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Bacopa Monnieri is among the most well-studied and effective natural nootropics. It is a perennial creeping herb native to wetlands worldwide. Supplementation may provide notable increase to memory, according to multiple peer-reviewed, double-blind, placebo-controlled studies on humans: https://go.thrivous.com/2n2D6df
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These summaries of advances released last week show, once again, that health sciences are advancing fast in research laboratories, but the road from laboratory research to clinical options is long. Therefore, it’s good to hear of studies that suggest simple things that you can do, here and now, to improve your health. The Iowa State University study that links weightlifting to significantly reduced risk of heart attack and stroke (see below) is a good example. https://go.thrivous.com/2PDwink
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Dr. Dave Dayton, with a doctoral degree from Brigham Young University, has recently joined the science advisor board at Thrivous. Dr. Dayton, who currently provides individual, couples, and group psychotherapy in Washington, DC, has taken time from his busy schedule to answer a few questions. https://go.thrivous.com/2OBXe2y
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I mentioned in my last article that I was impressed with Alpha Neuroprotector because it targeted many different needs of a healthy brain. For this article, I will focus on just two of the ingredients, and go a little deeper into what they do, what we know about how they work, and why it is important to take them. I will tell you about some of the studies on these ingredients, and walk you through how they are used in the body. https://go.thrivous.com/2AzoCLI
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I am a Nutritional Scientist. What exactly this means is not clear to most people I talk to, so it is usually the first thing I explain. After that is clear, I like to share interesting current thinking that is relevant to the person, right then in their lives. Especially sharing things that they had never considered, but which give them reason to stop and think, and make a change. That is where I will start with you too.
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You have probably heard of the many health benefits of a diet that includes fish. One of the biggest reasons that fish gets such an excellent reputation for promoting health is because it tends to be a great source of a vital nutrient called Omega-3. Omega-3 fatty acids get a lot of attention from both the media and the scientific community, for good reason. These fats are known to promote our overall health, and are found in cell membranes within the body, where they have a positive impact on signal pathways and cellular health. https://go.thrivous.com/2Td801p
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I'm generally a fan of Consumer Reports, but sometimes they make mistakes. Their most recent mistake is in the form of a review of memory supplements. They claim that "there’s virtually no good evidence that such products can prevent or delay memory lapses, mild cognitive impairment, or dementia in older adults." Had they claimed that, so far as they know, there's virtually no good evidence, that would have been true, because evidently there's good evidence they don't know about. Let's take a closer look.
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The creation of self-assembling protein filaments, built at University of Washington (see below), blurs the line between the organic and inorganic worlds and represents an important bioengineering advance. “We were eventually able to design proteins that would snap together like Legos,” said a researcher. https://go.thrivous.com/2T8p0Wr
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Ginkgo Biloba, a tree native to China, is among the most-studied natural nootropics. Some tout its efficacy to improve memory, cognition, sleep quality, subjective well-being, calmness, cerebral blood flow, processing accuracy, processing speed, and reaction time. Studies, on the whole, seem to indicate that these effects are either subtle or unreliable. However, there's one nootropic effect that appears to be particularly notable: Ginkgo may support healthy brain aging. https://go.thrivous.com/2M0nAN0
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