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Rave Survival

Rave Survival

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Quercetin

Quercetin

Like most other bioflavonoids, quercetin is an antioxidant and has cancer preventing properties [1], but the scientific evidence does not point to any significant benefit taking this antioxidant alone. What quercetin lacks alone, it makes up for as a synergistic…
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Lithium Orotate

Lithium Orotate

Last updated: March 15, 2017 While the effects of lithium for those with bipolar disorder seem well-known, healthy adults can see plenty of benefits. Studies suggest supplemental lithium can increase grey matter in the brain [2]. Other evidence suggests lithium can…
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Vitamin B12

Last updated: March 21, 2017 Most notably, studies have shown that vitamin B12 aids in neuroprotection by reducing neurotoxicity [1]. For elderly individuals, it is even more important for preventing cognitive decline and neurodegenerative diseases [2]. Other benefits include memory benefits,…
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Piperine

Last updated: January 13, 2017 Piperine does little by itself, but is specifically well-known and used because it inhibits specific enzymes that detoxify the body and slow the glucuronidation process [1]. This translates to increased absorption of certain nutrients such…
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Vitamin C

Last updated: January 13, 2017 Beyond marginal benefits for the common cold, vitamin C can increase blood flow [2], increase oxidation (as an antioxidant) [3], and decreases feelings of fatigue [4]. For the brain, vitamin C is involved in many…
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