Being essential for nerve cells to make energy, maintain their synaptic connections, package their chemical transmitters, and perform other membrane related functions, PS supports healthy attention, learning, and other cognitive functions at all life stages. Clinical trials and other studies indicate PS especially promotes brain health in people aged 50 and older.

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Improve your memory of names, faces, numbers, and words which are critical to everyday success.

The Benefits


Supports enhanced recall and retention


Supports brain health over age 50


Promotes concentration and attention

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Most Proven Nutrients for Memory.

Full potency, soy-free PS (phosphatidylserine), the nutrient most proven to promote memory for names, faces, words, and numbers.


In double-blind clinical research trials, PS enhanced recall of names, faces, words, and numbers, and improved verbal fluency. PS is better documented for these benefits than any other nutrient.


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Human Growth Hormone FAQs

How about a guarantee?
You should insist on a guarantee, and make sure to read the fine print. Although all reputable companies offer them, not all companies that have them are reputable… Take extra time to read how the guarantee works, some products require a one year supply to be eligible for a refund, so shop carefully! If you have trouble finding a product you trust on your own, we recommend GenF20™, as it features a straight forward guarantee that you can have confidence in.

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What is HGH?

HGH stands for Human Growth Hormone. Human Growth Hormone is the naturally occurring substance from the human pituitary gland that plays a key role in young, active function of body, brain and sex organs.

Levels of Human Growth Hormone decrease as we age. By middle age and beyond, HGH levels have plummeted to a tiny fraction of their youthful levels — and science shows that there is a direct correlation between lost HGH and the typical signs of aging, such as weight gain, loss of interest in sex, sagging skin and muscles, wrinkled skin that lacks good tone and texture, flagging memory.

HGH supplementation has been shown to:

  • Decrease fat, while increasing lean muscle
  • Improve the look and feel of your skin
  • Increase bone density, and even reverse osteoporosis
  • Power up the brain, and maintain memory even during aging
  • Boost the sex drive
  • Tone…

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Why Digestive Enzyme Deficiency is a Problem

Reduces Digestive Problems – You’ll have fewer digestion problems with sufficient enzymes.

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Sleep disturbances & more

Digestive Enzyme Renewal
Digestive Enzyme Renewal

Sobering fact you may not have considered: cooking kills many of the enzymes you need to digest your food.

That’s one of the reasons Digestive Enzyme Renewal is so popular. It puts 13 essential digestive enzymes back in your gut, so your digestive system can do its job, and you can expect less:

  • painful chest burning
  • chronic sore throat
  • burping & hiccups
  • stomach pain
  • wheezing & dry cough
  • sleep disturbances & more

Don’t be surprised if Digestive Enzyme Renewal helps address lingering issues that have affected you for years. With better digestive function you’ve also got better nutrient absorption.

It can be a painful experience (literally) when you don’t have enough enzymes to digest your food – and it’s nothing short of magic when you give your gut what it needs to sustain your body.

Why Digestive Enzyme Deficiency is a Problem


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Get your drive back and feel great again

No more nodding off at work or crashing on the sofa as soon you get home. Wake up feeling refreshed, power through the work day and still have the energy to hit the gym and enjoy family time in the evening. READ MORE

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Testogen boosts your testosterone naturally and reverses the symptoms of low T.
So you can feel better, every day.


*Complete testosterone support for male health and wellness

*100% safe and natural ingredients backed by clinical studies

*Just 4 capsules a day to safely increase your testosterone levels

*Improves energy, performance, muscle growth, libido and fat loss

*You feel constantly tired, worn out and running on empty no matter how much sleep you get

*Keeping up with your job, your family and everyday life feels like an uphill battle

*Workouts that used to be a breeze leave you feeling exhausted and run down

*You’re struggling to build (and keep) muscle and your workouts aren’t giving you the results they used to

*You’re finding it harder than ever to lose weight or get rid of stubborn belly fat, regardless of diet or exercise

*Your libido is fading fast and your performance in…

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Preventing and Treating Tech Neck

The average American spends around 3 hours a day on their mobile phone. So it’s no surprise that the condition known as “tech neck” is on the rise. Tech neck (also called “text neck”) refers to the aches and pains that come with craning your neck to look at your phone screen.

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The average American spends around 3 hours a day on their mobile phone. So it’s no surprise that the condition known as “tech neck” is on the rise. Tech neck (also called “text neck”) refers to the aches and pains that come with craning your neck to look at your phone screen. And yes, it’s a very real phenomenon that’s increasing each year. Combined with using tablets, laptops, and watching TV, the uptick in mobile phone use is a recipe for a very achey spine.

Man with sore neck
Man with sore neck

In fact, researchers conducted a study to see if prolonged phone usage isreallythe cause of tech neck complaints. The study first measured how long university students used their phones. Then, the students rated any neck or spine pain. The results concluded that mobile phone use wasdirectly linkedto the severity of neck pain. The researchers also found that…

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How To Boost Your Immune System Naturally

Whether you throw them into your morning smoothie, bake them into a healthy muffin or create an immune system supporting jam, these delectable little berries pack a nourishing punch. Aronia Berries really are the champions of immune-supporting superfruits!

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Women on a walk
Women on a walk

The topic of health is still very much at the forefront of our daily lives. Whether on the news or a conversation over the office water cooler, how to keep our bodies fighting fit has never been more relevant. If you are looking to give your body the best defence against unwanted sick days, I recommend starting by naturally boosting your immune system.

What is the Immune System?

Imagine your body was a castle, your immune system would be the army of knights sworn to protect the castle from anyone who threatens the safety of its inhabitants. Made up of organs, cells and chemicals, if your body is under siege from illness or disease, it is your immune system that jumps to action, defending you until you recover.

Just like an army, without adequate care, rest and resources the immune…

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How to Improve Your Circulation

Too much iron may negatively affect cardiovascular health. A 2013 study found a link between having too much iron in the body and cardiovascular disease in people with high cholesterol and higher waist circumference measurements.

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There are some obvious places to start. These include:

  • stopping smoking tobacco products
  • reducing intake of saturated fats
  • trying not to sit still for long periods

Improve blood circulation
Improve blood circulation

In addition, trying one or more of the following may help improve circulation:

1. Maintaining a healthy weight

Maintaining a healthy weight helps promote good circulation. If a person is overweight, it may negatively affect their circulation.

A 2009 study found that losing weight improved circulation for women who were overweight. The participants increased their levels of a protein called adiponectin that is associated with vascular function.

2. Jogging

Regular cardiovascular exercise, such as jogging, supports the health of the circulatory system and improves circulation.

2003 review noted that exercise improves the body’s ability to take in and use oxygen. It also improves the capacity of blood vessels to dilate, which helps them work more efficiently, allowing the muscles to receive…

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Gardening is Good for Your Mental Health

Philadelphia gardeners –

Blair, D., Giesecke, C G and Sherman, S: A Dietary Social and Economic Evaluation of the Philadelphia Urban Gardening Project, The Journal of Nutrition Education, 23.

Table-top gardening in SE England –

Thrive Sow & Grow programme 2017

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Gardening adds years to your life and life to your years

Garden together for Mental Health
Garden together for Mental Health

Whoever came up with this quote was definitely on to something. Gardens are special peaceful spaces with restorative qualities that can work wonders when we are stressed and under pressure.

Stress is a worldwide 21st century problem that can cause physical problems such as higher blood pressure, muscle tension and digestive problems, while long-term stress can lead to serious health issues including depression and anxiety.

Gardeners’ World presenter and Thrive Ambassador Mark Lane explains how gardening has helped him.

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Stress reduction

There’s growing evidence that gardening can benefit our mental health, an important consideration at a time when the NHS is stretched and one in four adults are experiencing mental illness.

Research in Sweden*, for example, found that the more people used their gardens, the fewer incidents of stress they…

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Cancer Vaccine: From Pandemic the Key to Defeat Tumors

Can cancer vaccine be universal? Or, rather, can this innovative treatment be suitable to treat any types of cancer? Of course, it would be wonderful we could prevent or defeat cancer through a simple injection. This guide is born just for that! Namely: to give a reliable answer to the just mentioned …

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By Rosalba Mancuso:

Can cancer vaccine be universal? Or, rather, can this innovative treatment be suitable to treat any types of cancer? Of course, it would be wonderful we could prevent or defeat cancer through a simple injection. This guide is born just for that! Namely: to give a reliable answer to the just mentioned question. First, we must understand what is a cancer vaccine and what is the difference with the classical vaccine to fight infectious diseases. To discover more, keep reading.

Cancer Vaccines: How They Work?

Unlike the vaccines for infectious diseases, cancer vaccines don’t prevent the cancer disease. They are developed to cure it. Cancer vaccines are in fact used to treat metastatic cancer. They, in fact, aim to boost the immune system to recognize, attack and cure the disease. For this important feature, they are also called therapeutic cancer vaccines and are included in the…

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10 Simple Ways to Maintain Good Mental Health

Smiles and laughter are the best medicine for your mental health. Make sure to get a dose of humor every day. You can do this by fooling around with friends, streaming hilarious videos/sitcoms, exchanging funny memes, or attending a standup comedy show.

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Mental health awareness has reached remarkable new heights within the last decade.

Mental Health
Mental Health

The abundance of mental health blogs and posts on social media are proof that people everywhere are talking about it. More and more individuals are realizing the importance of prioritizing one’s wellbeing and making time for things that make us happy. The plethora of organizations doing work to help people with mental disorders is inspiring. Whether you are suffering from a childhood trauma or experiencing PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) after a car accident, there are several nonprofit agencies out there to provide support.

Despite the fact that we have a lot to say and share on the topic, we seldom apply that information to practical life. You don’t need a week-long vacation at a tropical resort, expensive spa treatments, or a remote yoga retreat to eliminate stress or feel happy. You can do something to…

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