Tuesday, 27 October 2015

Goodies, goodies and more

* First of all a free mini-course on which  the health and physical performance secrets of multiple Guinness World Record holder Wim Hof AKA “The Iceman” are revealed for the first time. I must to admit, after first video i did 25 push-ups very easy.Click here for it. And on top of this, you can listen to this very interesting interview with Tony Robbins about morning routines, peak state and his new book about money - here. 2 splendid examples of excellence.

** I heard a lot of good things about a drug called Neurozan from Vitabiotics. On their website they state that brain cells that form part of our complex neuronal network cannot be replaced and have the highest priority in the body for micronutrients. The Neurozan® range includes important specific vitamins, including iodine which helps contribute to normal cognitive function and pantothenic acid for normal Mental Performance.
Neurozan® Plus also contains DHA to contribute to the maintenance of normal Brain Function. Based on the latest research into vitamins Neurozan® is the ideal supplement for the brain, with niacin to contribute to the normal functioning of the nervous system, plus 5-HTP, Phosphatidylserine, Ginkgo Biloba and more!

The reviews seems good, the majority of them, but if i check how is it done, then i find that Neurozan includes the following ingredients: Gingko Biloba extract equivalent to, 5-HTP, L-Arginine, Glutamine, Glutathione, Co-enzyme Q10, Phosphatidylserine; Phosphatidylcholine, Natural mixed carotenoids, Vitamin D, Vitamin E (natural source); Vitamin C; Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B6, Folic acid, Vitamin B12, Pantothenic Acid, Iron, Zinc, Manganese, Copper, Magnesium, Chromium; Selenium, and Iodine. That means that i can have 96.5% of it just eating bee pollen, which can also be absorbed much better, and is a natural and organic product. 
Many of the ingredients found in Neurozan the body and mind do need and should get from the dietary intake. What a person takes in with a supplement such as Neurozan isn’t as effective as what they get from food. There is no information offered on the website that explains how the company feels this specific combination of ingredients is able to offer the benefits that they claim. There is no reference to any studies that have been conducted or what the results of such testing was. Neurozan reviews generally report positive experiences, with references to the rapid and long lasting benefits of the supplement. The daily recommended dose is one capsule each morning with food. Anyone who has diabetes or epilepsy shouldn’t take Neurozan. Women who are pregnant or nursing should refrain from using it. Neurozan side effects that have been reported include dry mouth, nausea, upset stomach, insomnia, and headaches. That raise some questions for me. 

In conclusion, i would not use this supplement as i cannot see major benefits to justify it.

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