The gut-brain axis (GBA) refers to the communication between your central nervous system and your intestinal function. The gut–brain axis is involved in a multitude of physiological processes including satiety, food intake, regulation of glucose and fat metabolism, and insulin secretion. Here is our top 5 favorite physiological processes
Synthetic vs. natural
Many synthetic vitamins contain no trace minerals, transporters and co-factors associated with naturally occurring vitamins and cause the body to use its own reserves of nutrients to replace any nutrients missing from the false vitamins.
Likewise, many natural vitamins carry excess ingredients that may not be needed.
For example, the nootropic St. John's Wort, which increases the abundance of dopamine within the brain, contains the active ingredient Hypericin, but at a very minimal level.
Now you can have the best of both worlds!
A great tasting cherry shake, and enhanced cognition, focus and energy to completely bring your productivity to a new level.
PREP: 5 minutes, COOK: 0 minutes, SERVINGS: 2
- 2 scoops of Vanilla Pourfection Nootropic Coffee Creamer
- 1 scoop of vanilla ice cream, or serving of heavy whipping cream .......
I always use the example of caffeine when talking about nootropic stacks because coffee is the most consumed beverage next to tea and water!
Caffeine is a stimulant on the central nervous system, and has a significant impact on mental alertness.