Endogenous ketones are ketones naturally produced by the human body, and Exogenous ketones are ketones (traditionally in the beta-hydroxybutyrate or BHB form) available from external sources like dietary supplements. Exogenous ketones are very efficient at increasing the ketone levels in your system, potentially leading to boosts in cognitive function, improved energy & maximum physical performance levels, appetite suppression and all of the other benefits that come with being in a deep state of ketosis. For those following the keto diet, or just those looking to find a healthy boost, exogenous ketones should be a key part of your daily nutrition stack. We look at the best exogenous ketone supplements available today.
Sulforaphane, commonly found in cruciferous vegetables like kale, brussel sprouts and particularly Broccoli Sprouts, is a pretty amazing plant compound! It has been shown in studies to potentially reduce the risk of cancer in subjects, can aid in detoxification from air pollution, can fight harmful inflammation, boost brain health & gut health, and so much more! The best source of sulforaphane is directly from broccoli sprouts, but sulforaphane supplements can be a good source as long as you choose the right one. Here we look at the different sulforaphane supplements available today and find out which is the best one for your needs…
Career performers like Musicians & Public Speakers have long used beta blockers to help with anxiety: metroprolol, propranolol, atenolol and other beta blockers like them are considered the standard for helping with anxiety & stage fright. We wanted to know if this was smart, and what the best alternatives to beta blockers are for anxiety, and these are the results.
Keeping up the keto diet is not always easy! You have to maintain strict adherence to net carb limits while making sure you take care of your high fat intake requirements, and often when you’re not able to cook & prepare your own food (traveling, in the workplace, etc) it can be all too easy to let non-keto & unhealthy ingredients slip into your diet, knocking you out of a ketosis state & causing stress. That’s where keto meal replacement options come in. Here we review several keto meal replacement options & recommend the best brand.
Sulforaphane – found in Broccoli sprouts & other cruciferous vegetables like cauliflower & Kale – is a modern day super compound! A particular favorite of biochemist Dr. Rhonda Patrick, sulforaphane has been shown in studies to reduce gut & brain inflammation, possibly prevent cancer cell growth, and even detoxify the body of air pollutants common in metropolitan cities. Here, we delve deep on sulforaphane and find out how to best make the compound a part of your diet.
Beta-Blockers or Beta-adrenergic blocking agents are used by performers to help with performance anxiety and the stomach butterfly’s that can come before a big performance. Many musicians & professional performers like public speakers, who rely on their ability to remain calm & focused under the spotlight, use beta blockers to help with their careers, but are concerned about potential side-effects of beta blockers. So we decided to research how beta blockers work, why they have an effect on stage fright and anxiety, as well as if there are any unknown side-effects to beta blockers. Finally, we look at if there is a natural beta blocker alternative that can help performers with anxiety and stage fright, and look at why they are so effective.
Tea is one of the most widely consumed beverages in the world, second only to water. It has long been known that different types of tea (green tea, black tea, matcha green tea, etc) have a calming effect. You may have assumed that was all down to sipping on a warm drink while relaxing in a comfy chair, but research reveals that the amino acid L-theanine that different types of teas contain is why drinking tea is so good for relaxing and reducing anxiety. We look at why this is, as well as reccomending the best tea types & brands for reducing anxiety
In our ultimate guide to Winter Blues and SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder), we’ll discuss what seasonal affective disorder is, discuss it’s relation to depression symptoms, uncover potential causes of Winter Blues and its related symptoms, all while exploring some natural Winter Blues remedies like light therapy, behavior counseling, vitamin D supplements, and (so much) more.
Musicians and performers of all kinds commonly experience stage fright & anxiety. For some, it is manageable, and just a part of the job. For others, it is debilitating and can become a major block in one’s career. Beta Blockers (beta-adrenergic blocking agents) are commonly used by Musicians, public speakers & other performers to get through these performance struggles & stage fright. We look at whether there are any risks and/or downsides for Musicians & performers using beta blockers.
In our ultimate guide to Lactose Intolerance, we look at what lactose intolerance is, how you can tell if you’re affected by lactose intolerance (or if it’s something else), and what might be causing it. We’ll also recommend some natural solutions for lactose intolerance like dietary adjustments and recommend the best digestive supplements that will help you manage your lactose intolerance symptoms.