Best Supplement - Enhance performance!
Athletes and Active People Will Perform Better with Proper Supplements Most athletes use some type of supplements in their training. There are thousands of supplements and almost as many brands selling various versions of those supplements. According to the top nutritionists, coaches, trainers and scientists, the sup
Signs You're Vitamin Deficient
The importance of health cannot be minimized. Today’s healthcare systems focus on treating symptoms instead of preventing them. The U.S. makes up only 5% of the world’s population but consumes 50% of the world’s prescription drugs. 70% of adults in the U.S. take 1 drug a day, 50% take 2, and 20% take 5 or more drugs...
Vitamin Deficiencies and ADHD...Your Starting Point! - 3 with ADHD
So your child or yourself has been diagnosed with ADHD, Anxiety or maybe even Autism and you have made the choice that you don’t want to go the prescription medication route. So you look at all the info on diet changes and supplements and you are so overwhelmed that it’s going to be expensive and [...]
How to Increase Dopamine with Supplements - Superfood Sanctuary
Feeling low, moody and unmotivated with zero focus? Then you need to boost your dopamine levels! Learn how to increase dopamine with supplements in this article.
Extra Strength Nighttime Multimineral
No hard to swallow pills! This Extra Strength Liquid Multimineral is easily absorbed & readily bioavailable. These formulas are designed for maximum absorption and assimilation to ensure that your body gets the essential elements it needs. This Extra Strength Multimineral contains an extra boost of Magnesium and Calcium. With Magnesium and Boron to calm and relax the body, Vitamin C and Vitamin D3 to aid efficient absorption of trace minerals, Vitamin D3 to assist in the absorption and…
Exaggerated Emotions: How and Why ADHD Triggers Intense Feelings
"Challenges with processing emotions start in the brain itself. Sometimes the working memory impairments of ADHD allow a momentary emotion to become too strong, flooding the brain with one intense emotion." Thomas Brown, Ph.D., explains why (and how) ADHD sparks such intense anger, frustration, and hurt.