The Lifetropics Blog
DHA (Docosahexaenoic acid), is a fatty acid that is vital to early cognitive development and as a preventative to cognitive decline.
- by George Manning
- October 03, 2018
A list of nootropics supplements available today. Discover what they are with links to more in-depth information.
- by Jonathan Lewell
- August 25, 2018
Uridine Monophosphate "significantly" helps to form connections between our brain-cells. (Semmelweis University). It's often taken in combination with a Choline supplement like Alpha GPC.
Trans-Resveratrol is an antioxidant supplement extracted from grapes. Everybody should take at least one antioxidant supplement. They protect brain-cells from "rusting" due to being exposed to oxygen - a process called oxidative stress.
Read our Guide to Rhodiola Rosea: Learn about Adaptogenic Benefits, Studies, Cycling, Dosages, Stacks, Side Effects and More.
Pterostilbene Supplement Guide Covering: Dosages, Benefits, Side-Effects and Stacking Options.
L-Tryptophan is a naturally occurring amino acid which is used to create Serotonin, the "feel good" neurotransmitter. It is a gentler and slower-acting Serotonin precursor compared to 5-HTP, making it a better choice for sustained and long-term use.
The amino acid in Green Tea that relaxes us like meditating, according to brain-scans at the University of Shizuoka.
Discover Huperzine-A: Understand the dosages, nootropic benefits, side-effects, and Choline alternatives to this supplement.
CDP Choline (Citicoline), the Choline nutrient that builds brain-cells, increases memory scores and is "essential to overall cognition."