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Product Line Update

We have retired the formula Inflammanol due to the fact its two primary ingredients Curcumin and Boswellia, are included already in Cell Stop, our flagship 17 ingredient formula. Curcumin and Boswellia made up 66% of Inflammanols content and we have decided to consolidate our line of formulas to focus on the best value for your dollar. Mindful was also recently retired as the primary trademarked ingredient PS Sharp Green has risen in cost 300% in the last few years and no longer makes Mindful a viable formula from a cost perspective. We refuse to reformulate Mindful using cheaper ingredients that don't have the same scientific support as PS Sharp, just to sell another memory support supplement. One of the things...

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Save the Children added as the third charity we support every month.

Since our company’s founding in 2016, we have donated a portion of our profits to worldwide charities that align closely with our belief those who have should help others who do not. We donate every month to Vitamin Angels, Doctors Without Borders and our latest addition Save the Children. Each one addresses a different aspect global health concerns. Vitamin Angels provide lifesaving vitamins to mothers and children under five at risk of malnutrition — reducing preventable illness, blindness, and death — to create a healthier world. Doctors Without Borders provides free lifesaving medical humanitarian care in areas devastated by war, famine and disease. Save the Children is the voice for vulnerable children. They are on the ground in 120 countries,...

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“Surprising” new insights into link between gut microbiome and aging

A new study is suggesting a metabolite produced by gut microbes could increase neuron production in the brain, improve intestinal function, and ultimately slow the aging process. Across several compelling mouse experiments the research found the negative effects of aging could be counteracted by enhanced microbial production of a molecule called butyrate. Investigating the effect of the gut microbiome on aging, the new research first performed gut microbiome transplants between old and young mice. Using fecal transplants, young germ-free mice were colonized with the gut microbiota of older mice. The results were somewhat unexpected as the younger mice colonized with the older microbiomes displayed increased neurogenesis, a process whereby new neurons are produced in the brain. “We’ve found that microbes...

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