Releases Series of Posts for Those New to Nootropics

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Beginner’s series includes posts defining nootropics and identifying the top nootropic ingredients to include in a stack.

All types of people are benefiting from taking nootropic supplements., the official nootropics blog from Biohack Nutrition, has recently started releasing a new series of posts aimed at educating beginners about all things nootropics. The series contains posts defining nootropics and discussing the various top nootropic ingredients to include in a nootropic stack.

“The truth is that nootropics is an emerging field in neuroscience, and a lot of people still don’t really know what nootropics are,” said Jonathan Weisman, Founder of Biohack Nutrition. “Our goal with is to create the ultimate resource for all things nootropic, and right now, that starts with answering people’s most basic questions about these supplements.”

Nootropics are supplements that offer cognitive enhancement benefits, such as helping increase memory, improve focus, prevent or reverse age-related mental decline, enhance mood, and more. They work by aiding in the production of neurotransmitters in the brain, helping foster faster, more effective communication between the neurons in the brain.

“Simply put, nootropics help your brain perform better,” said Weisman. “All types of people are benefiting from taking nootropic supplements. Students take them so they can retain and recall more information. Athletes take them to improve their focus and athleticism. Older people take nootropics to fight Alzheimer’s, dementia, and other age-related cognitive decline.”

Different nootropics offer different benefits. For example, L-Tyrosine is said to help improve memory and focus in stressful situations while Pterostilbene fights free radicals to improve mental clarity. That’s why many people take nootropic stacks, which are combinations of the best nootropics to produce more well-rounded results.

“A nootropic stack allows you to compose the perfect blend of supplements and vitamins to deliver a wider range of benefits than you could get from taking just one supplement,” said Weisman. “People are putting together their own nootropic stacks, and there are products you can buy, like Pure Prodigy, that are pre-packaged stacks.”

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