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This blog aims to share helpful information relating to body and mind dietary supplements, healthy lifestyles and the connection between the two.

  • The BEST Jet Lag Cure – Top 5 Supplements and Techniques

    Do you frequently travel to other parts of the world? Have you ever suffered from jet lag?


    In this article, we look at the top supplements for jet lag that every traveler should keep on them. We also explore some well-tested jet lag cures to help your body adjust to the new time zone as quickly as possible.

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  • Baicalin vs Baicalein – What’s the Difference? - LiftMode

    Chinese Skullcap is a Traditional Chinese Medicine with a centuries-long history of use. [1] Recently, it has gained interest in the West due to its powerful relaxation and health-promoting properties.

    The key active compound in Skullcap is Baicalin, which is metabolized in your stomach into Baicalein.[2] This compound acts as a mild GABA-agonist and reduces signals from the central nervous system to assist with stress and calm.[3] It is also a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory with several secondary health benefits.

    Here, we discuss the difference between Baicalin and Baicalein to help you decide which is best!
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  • Non Habit Forming Sleep Aid Supplements (UPDATED for 2019) - LiftMode

    You’ve tried all the tricks – counting sheep, turning off your cellphone an hour before bed, cutting your coffee intake, setting your alarm to a regular time.

    Still, nothing works. You just can’t seem to get enough sleep. Now it’s time to go to plan B – sleep aids.

    Not getting enough sleep is simply not going to work. So, if the tricks that everyone talks about aren’t getting the job done then it’s time for something a little stronger.

    But how do you know what to take? And is it really safe to take over-the-counter sleep aids regularly? And when is it time to see a doctor?

    Most people will go for OTC sleep aids or see their doctor for a prescription right away. But perhaps this route is missing a key step. Keep reading to find out about non habit forming Sleep Aids!

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  • Kanna High - Things you NEED to Know About Mixing Kanna with Weed

    If you’re thinking about combining Kanna with weed then this is the blog post you need to read!

    Kanna extract is a dietary supplement used to reduce stress and improve mood. At large servings, it is sometimes reported to produce a feeling of euphoria.

    As a disclaimer, we do not condone the use of illegal substances. It is important to make sure that you fully understand the legal status of cannabis in your state or country.

    This article is for informative purposes only and is aimed at people who live in areas of the world where cannabis and CBD are legal for recreational or medical use.

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  • How to Choose Your Antioxidant and Anti-Inflammatory Health Supplements

    You may have noticed that there are several supplements available today with “powerful antioxidant effects” and “natural anti-inflammatory actions”. The question is – how do you know which one to choose? Are they all the same? Should you use one rather than another? If you’ve ever wondered about these questions, then this article should help you to better make up your mind about which supplement to choose.

    But – why do people use antioxidant and anti-inflammatory supplements in the first place? If you’re already aware of the benefits of natural antioxidant and anti-inflammatory supplements, we recommend you skip to the section on choosing the best one.
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  • What is the Difference Between Rutin & Quercetin?

    Rutin and Quercetin are very similar compounds, both in terms of their chemical structure and their beneficial effects in humans. In nature, Rutin and Quercetin are almost always found together, in similar amounts.

    Although you may have heard either of Quercetin or of Rutin, and you might be unaware that they’re actually almost exactly the same compound.

    The key difference is in the chemical structure – Rutin has an added sugar group.

    Another difference is that Quercetin has been studied more extensively than Rutin. However, the two compounds have very similar effects in humans.
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  • What is Rutin (Vitamin P - AKA Rutinose)?

    Rutin is a potent bioflavonoid supplement that helps promote and maintain a healthy body. It is best known for its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and immune-supporting benefits. Rutin is related to Quercetin, and the two compounds are always found together in their natural form. Rutin is a ‘slow-release’ version of Quercetin with an added rutinose sugar molecule.[1]

    Rutin is digested by bacteria in your gut and goes well with probiotic supplements. The recommended serving size for a high-potency Rutin supplement is around 500 mg, taken once or twice per day. Side effects are uncommon and generally mild (see the ‘side effects’ section below). Make sure you fully understand how to use this supplement before purchasing it.

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  • What is Kanna (Sceletium Tortuosum Extract)? AKA Channa/Kougoed

    Kanna is a plant extract and a new supplement that is known for its effects on mood and stress. It can be taken in a number of ways – smoked, chewed, or swallowed. Kanna has a long history of use by indigenous people in Southern Africa, where it grows in the wild. It has only recently been discovered by Western science and is of great interest to researchers exploring natural mood boosters.

    This is one of the only fully standardized Kanna extracts available today, with 5+% total alkaloids and >3% Mesembrine. The recommended serving size is 25 – 75 mg, taken once to twice per day. Limited studies in humans mean that it is important to stick to the suggested serving size. Make sure you read and fully understand potential side effects and interactions before using this supplement.
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  • Top 6 Supplements for Energy and Focus in 2019

    Do you often find yourself struggling to maintain energy through the day? Do you find your mind wandering while trying to work or study? We all know how this feels, and how frustrating it can be.

    Unfortunately, there’s no single magic bullet for energy levels. Studies have shown that the best way to improve your overall energy and mental focus is through lifestyle changes – more exercise, better sleep, less stress, and a healthier diet. These natural hacks are sure to leave you feeling more vitalized and capable of handling life’s day-to-day challenges.

    However, not everyone is willing or able to change their lifestyle just yet. Or, perhaps you’re already living your best life, but you’re looking for something to boost your energy to a whole new level! That’s where these top natural dietary supplements come into play. Check out the list below of 2019’s best supplements for improving energy and focus!
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  • Yohimbine Safety – What does the science say?

    Yohimbine is an energizing and metabolism-boosting supplement derived from the Yohimbe tree. It increases levels of adrenaline in the body and inhibits an enzyme in cells that normally suppresses fat burning. It is often used as an aphrodisiac because of its effects on vitality. It is also sometimes used as a wakefulness-promoting supplement.[1]

    Clinical studies have found that Yohimbine is effective as an aphrodisiac and energizing supplement that is generally well-tolerated. [2] [3] The serving size used in studies is generally around 5 mg, taken once to four times daily. At this amount, the benefits of Yohimbine generally outweigh the mild side effects experienced by some participants.[4]

    However, when taken at larger servings, Yohimbine presents a number of concerning side effects. Not only this, but it has been found to interact with numerous medications and to aggravate a number of medical conditions. As a result, it is important that anybody using Yohimbine be aware of the potential adverse effects associated with it.
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