In a world where one out of every three Americans are obese and 43% of Americans get an insufficient amount of exercise, supplement brands are fighting to put messages in front of Americans to motivate exercise and to buy their product. The biggest question is what is the most effective method. Companies are spending millions on developing promotional ads and social media campaigns to have little success. A study was done at University of Pennsylvania Annenberg School for Com
What even is DSHEA? If you don't know what "DSHEA" is, it is the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act that was put to action in 1994. This act was created while Bill Clinton was in presidency and states that the FDA will effectively regulate the Dietary Supplement Industry for Good Manufacturing Practices. Sounds great, but in reality this act wasn't as effective as we all hoped it to be. 25 YEARS LATER! After a mere quarter century, the FDA recognized that their are s
There is no hiding that the eSports market has been blowing up for awhile. eSports teams are growing and the need to perform at a high level continuously is an issue for some eSports athletes. Yet, believe it or not, eSports Nutrition is still in it's infancy... eSports teams recognize that nutrition is an important factor to keep their team performing like experts. Teams have taken action by hiring nutritionist to make sure their athletes are eating the right foods and takin
Nootropics are a name for compounds that can enhance your mental capacity, including your memory and ability to focus. Some nootropics are considered effective enough to warrant speculation on whether using them amounts to cheating. However, nootropics are more than just study aids.
Below is a look at the different ways that you can combine and augment nootropics to achieve a variety of different benefits. A combination of nootropic supplements is called a stack.
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The public's fascination with nootropics has been growing for the last few years, to the point that these supplements are well on their way to becoming mainstream. A recent article written in the PLOS journal states that up to 11% of American students now use nootropics and they are even more popular in Ivy League institutions, with up to 20% of those students acknowledging use, according to the Science Academic Societies.
Nootropics promise to make us smarter and many have