Ultimate Guide: How and When to Take Liftmode Health Supplements (Part 3)

In the final part of our Ultimate Guide to Liftmode Health Supplements, we explore how you can take our health-promoting supplements for optimal health. If you haven’t already found them, please read through Part 1 and Part 2 of our Ultimate Guide. This will give you a full preview of our supplements and how you can use them. Liftmode health supplements are recommended for anybody looking to boost their healthy diet and lifestyle with additional benefits. We’ll explore the top Liftmode health supplements and how to use them. Also, check out our FAQ at the end of this article!

1.    How To Take Liftmode Health Supplements

Liftmode’s health supplements consist of: [caption id=""attachment_1543"" align=""alignright"" width=""300""] Liftmode's Berberine HCl 200 grams, 98+% purity[/caption]
  1. Quercetin
  2. Baicalin
  3. Green Tea Extract
  4. Myo-Inositol
  5. Taurine
  6. Berberine
  7. Choline Bitartrate
  8. Huperzine A

 Individual Liftmode Health Supplements


1.     Quercetin

Quercetin is, by far, one of the top Liftmode health supplements. Quercetin is found in a naturally high concentration in olive oil, red wine, and vegetables. Its main benefits include antioxidant and antihistamine effects, and the potential to help support a healthy circulatory system.[1] Quercetin may also help support your immune system and healthy energy levels.[2] The recommended Quercetin dosage is 150 – 500 mg daily. A low dose is highly effective at producing strong health-promoting effects. Quercetin is a remarkably safe supplement but large doses may cause headaches and tingling sensations.[3]

2.     Baicalin

[caption id=""attachment_1544"" align=""alignright"" width=""300""] Baicalin was originally extracted from the beautiful Blue Skullcap[/caption] Baicalin is another wonderful plant-based Liftmode health supplement. It was first extracted from the Blue Skullcap, a plant endemic to China and some other parts of Asia.[4] It was used in traditional Chinese medicine for a number of centuries. Baicalin has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, helps to promote relaxation and may reduce feelings of pain.[5] Baicalin recommended dosage is 60 – 250 mg daily. Liftmode Baicalin is extremely potent, which is why we recommend starting with a lower dose. Again, this is another safe health supplement with very few side effects reported even after centuries of use. However, traditional Chinese medicine did not use a potent Biacalin extract. We recommend sticking to the advised dosages and we do not recommend using Baicalin with any medication.  

3.     Green Tea Extract

[caption id=""attachment_1464"" align=""alignright"" width=""298""] Liftmode's Green Tea Extract: 98% Polyphenols, 50% EGCG[/caption] Green Tea extract is best known as a very powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory supplement. One of the best Liftmode health supplements, Green Tea extract contains high quantities of polyphenols and catechins - the health-promoting compounds in green tea.[6] These not only have the effects we’ve just mentioned, but are also being studied for a number of other potential health benefits.[7]   The best way to take Green Tea extract is at a dosage of 250 - 500 mg daily. High doses may cause headaches and may put stress on your liver.[8] Do not exceed the recommended dosage. Green Tea extract is effective, even at low dosages.  

4.     Myo-Inositol

[caption id=""attachment_1545"" align=""alignright"" width=""300""] Myo-Inositol may help to promote woman's vitality[/caption] Myo-Inositol is an awesome natural supplement to help promote women’s vitality.[9] Inositol has the potential to help support healthy hormone levels, reducing feelings of stress and promote overall good health.[10] It is especially useful for women suffering from PCOS. These benefits make Myo-Inositol one of the best Liftmode health supplements.   The recommended dosage for Myo-Inositol depends on the desired effects. In studies looking at Inositol to help with symptoms of PCOS and for maintaining healthy insulin levels, researchers generally use dosages of around 400 mg - 2 grams a day. People tend to use higher dosages to help with stress reduction.  

5.     Taurine

[caption id=""attachment_1546"" align=""alignright"" width=""298""] Liftmode health supplements: Taurine, 99% purity[/caption] Taurine is a wonderful amino acid that has a number of great benefits. These include improving mental clarity and focus, helping to support a healthy metabolism, and powerful antioxidant effects.[11] For more information, read through our product description – available here. Taurine may also support healthy testosterone levels and libido, along with helping to remove excess LDL cholesterol.[12] The average dosage for Taurine – one of the best Liftmode health supplements – is around 500 mg – 2 grams per day. Researchers consider taurine as a very safe dietary supplement. Side effects of high doses may be similar to those of caffeine.[13]  

6.     Berberine

[caption id=""attachment_1547"" align=""alignright"" width=""300""] Berberine was once extracted from herbal sources, including Indian Barberry[/caption] Some people actually consider Berberine supplement  as number one on the list of Liftmode health products. We’ve included it a little further down on this list so it doesn’t distract from the health benefits of our other supplements. However, the benefits of a Berberine supplement are indisputable. In the past, people have used Berberine to help with cholesterol and diabetes management.[14] Today, you can purchase Berberine as a dietary supplement with a number of potential health benefits.[15] The recommended dosage for a Berberine supplement is around 500 mg, taken two to three times daily.

7. Choline Bitartrate

[caption id=""attachment_905"" align=""alignright"" width=""287""] Liftmode Choline, 99%+ purity[/caption] Choline Bitartrate was once considered as a powerful natural Nootropic substance. Today, people use Choline Bitartrate to help promote a healthy mind and body. The benefits of Choline Bitartrate may include a noticeable improvement in cognitive performance and memory, and a number of health benefits.[16] People usually use Choline Bitartrate at a dosage of 550 – 3000 mg as a dietary supplement. Choline is an essential nutrient and you’ll find it in many different food sources. You can’t really overestimate the benefits of including Choline as a dietary supplement for health – making it one of the top Liftmode health supplements.[17]  

8. Huperzine A

[caption id=""attachment_1548"" align=""alignright"" width=""300""] Huperzine A may increase acetylcholne A levels, which helps with signals between neurons[/caption] Huperzine A is a powerful health-promoting compound that was first extracted from the Chinese herb, Huperzia serrata. Huperzine A is a strong stimulating compound – preventing the breakdown of a neurotransmitter called acetylcholine A.[18] Acetylcholine A is directly involved in signal transduction between neurons in your brain. The result is a powerful increase in cognitive performance and mental energy. Huperzine A may also have other health benefits.[19] The recommended dosage of Huperzine A, in a 1% extract, is around 10-20mg per day. Users are highly discouraged from exceeding the recommended dosage. Side effects from large doses may include nausea, sweating, restlessness, blurred vision, twitching and muscle contractions.[20] Do not use Huperzine A if you are taking any form of medication or any other supplements. Please read carefully through the product description before using any of the top Liftmode health supplements.   [caption id=""attachment_1550"" align=""alignright"" width=""640""] If you're confused about how to take Liftmode health supplements, we're here to help[/caption]

Liftmode Health Supplements Stacks

Many people wonder about taking Liftmode health supplements stacks. It’s fairly straightforward to understand why – you’re might already be thinking of how to combine two of more of these supplements to boost your health. To make things easier, we’ve compiled a table of how to use Liftmode health supplements below. Please make sure you read through this carefully if you are considering combining any of our health supplements. Please also remember to always use lower-than-usual dosages for each supplement if you use a stack.  

How do I take Liftmode Health Supplements?

Dosage How To Take When To Take Goes Well With
Quercetin 150 – 500 mg/day In a capsule, with juice / smoothie Anytime Green Tea Extract
Baicalin 60 – 250 mg/day In a capsule or with juice / smoothie Anytime Quercetin, Green Tea Extract or Taurine
Green Tea Extract 250 – 500 mg/day In a capsule or with juice Morning or early afternoon Quercetin, Taurine, Myo-Inositol
Myo-Inositol 400 – 2000 mg/day With food / smoothie Anytime Green Tea Extract, Taurine,
Taurine 500 – 2000 mg/day With juice, water, or a smoothie Morning or early afternoon Green Tea extract, Myo-Inositol
Berberine 500 mg, two to three times daily With juice or a smoothie Anytime None
Choline Bitartrate 550 – 3000 mg/day In a capsule or with juice / smoothie Morning or early afternoon None
Huperzine A 10 – 20 mg/day An accurately measured dose can be taken under the tongue Morning or early afternoon None



1.     What are health supplements?

A health supplement is a dietary supplement that is added to a healthy diet to help promote sustained health and vitality. According to the FDA, dietary supplements “include such ingredients as vitamins, minerals, herbs, amino acids, and enzymes”, and are “not intended to treat, diagnose, prevent, or cure diseases”.  

2.     Which health supplements work?

[caption id=""attachment_1554"" align=""alignright"" width=""300""] Health supplements are intended to supplement a healthy lifestyle[/caption] Health supplements that have sufficient scientific research backing their claims may provide health benefits to users. Health supplements are intended to work in addition to a healthy diet and lifestyle. They do not treat, diagnose, prevent, or cure any diseases or ailments.  

3.     What are good health supplements?

Good health supplements have enough scientific research to prove that they do, in fact, provide health benefits to the people who use them. Liftmode health supplements have all been thoroughly researched and found to have sufficient scientific research to support their health-promoting claims.  

4.     Why take health supplements?

Health supplements are great for anybody who is looking for an addition to their healthy diet and lifestyle. They offer a range of benefits to healthy individuals. Please see our product catalog for more information about Liftmode health supplements.

5.     How do health supplements work?

Each health supplement works differently in your body. For more information about how our health supplements work, take a read through the product descriptions of our products.

6.     Are health supplements dangerous?

[caption id=""attachment_1113"" align=""alignright"" width=""300""] Liftmode's Huperzine A 1%[/caption] Every dietary supplement has a dosage range at which it has been studied. During scientific research on health supplements, researchers note down any side effects at the dosages that were studied. We take care to provide our customers with an accurate representation of the side effects and warnings found in previous studies. Consuming health supplements at dosages that exceed the recommended dosage may cause undesirable effects. Some health supplements may also interact with one another and with medication. We strongly advise consulting with your doctor if you are taking any medication and would like to use a health supplement.  

7.     Are health supplements actually snake oil?

‘Snake oil supplements’ is a term used to describe ‘supplements’ with no beneficial effects. We at Liftmode are strongly opposed to these kinds of claims, as they are a waste of money and often cause damage to the environment. We strongly oppose the sale of under-researched, or false claim products.  

8.     Are health supplements regulated by the FDA?

Yes. The FDA regulates dietary supplements under the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994.  

9.     Are health supplements necessary?

No. Health supplements are not necessary, especially if you have a healthy diet and lifestyle. However, some health supplements may provide additional health benefits when taken in specific dosage ranges.  

10.  Are health supplements a waste of time?

[caption id=""attachment_1555"" align=""alignright"" width=""300""] Health supplements are intended to support a healthy diet and lifestyle[/caption] Sometimes. For example, if you are taking a health supplement that has the potential to help support a healthy weight but are consuming a diet that is high in fat and sugar, you will not notice any benefits. Health supplements are intended to be an addition to a healthy diet and lifestyle. The healthier your diet and the more regular exercise you get, the more you will benefit from Liftmode health supplements.


In summary, Liftmode health supplements are a great option for anybody looking to boost their healthy diet and lifestyle with scientifically-backed dietary supplements. We have a wide, and growing, range of health supplements offering a variety of benefits. These include antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, stress-reducing, and cognitive enhancing effects, among others. For more information, take a read through our health supplements catalog. Please remember to check out Part 1 and Part 2 of our Ultimate Guide to Liftmode health supplements.


Medical Disclaimer

Not intended to treat, diagnose, or cure any disease or ailment. Please read and fully understand potential adverse effects before using this product. These statements have not been reviewed by the FDA and are not written by a medical professional. Please consult your doctor before using any supplements, especially if you have any medical conditions.


B.Sc. in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry Researched & written by Tristan and verified by the Liftmode.com Research Team


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