“I don’t have delusions of grandeur, I have an actual recipe for grandeur.” If you have watched the movie Limitless, you know what I’m talking about – a pill that simply makes you a genius. Wouldn’t it be great to just take a pill to soak up all information in front of you and then use it to the uttermost and optimize the outcome of your decisions?
I hate to break it to you, but there is no such pill, however, I may just have found the next best thing. Without stepping outside of the law and without risking major side effects with description-required ADHD-medicine, I have managed to find a way to make my university assignments look like jokes. Barely having to take notes at lectures, managing to attend seminars without the fear of feeling like I won’t comprehend the subjects addressed and being able to finish projects and exam studies close to effortless are just some of the benefits of taking this stuff.
I have tried all the brain-boosting supplements and pills, brain booster foods, I have tried multivitamins, natural brain-boosting supplements, online brain training games to boost my mind, but there is nothing that makes the leap to the upper of my university class easier than Noopept. After having watched the movie, I immediately thought the pill this guy was taking is way too good to be true, but this is as close at as it gets and it’s getting pretty close – this nootropic has become my real life Limitless pill. It comes in the form of pills, but I have noticed that taking it as a powder is way more potent. I’m taking it the days I really need to be on top, this is enough and my need to take it has actually gone down.
I’m not taking it daily to achieve the highest brain boost and to avoid side effects. I’m getting my Noopept at AbsorbYourHealth. I’m taking about 30 or 40 mg every time and I’m sure to take it with food – this makes it easier for the body to take it up and its effects come faster.
How does Noopept work?
What makes Noopept different from many other brain boosters and especially nootropics is that it is packed with the amino acids glycine and proline and it has a so-called oral bio-availability of about 99% meaning it’s easily taken up when taken orally and taken up before it’s broken down by digestive enzymes. It turns out this stuff even has been used to help people with Alzheimer’s disease and other brain damage patients. This is due to the fact that it has protective effects from oxidants in the neurons and brain cells. Apart from the obvious benefits I experienced, Noopept may also:
- Reduce Anxiety
- Improve Speech Patterns
- Improve Memory Recall And Memory Storage Efficiency
- Increase Awareness Levels
- Help To Grow New Brain Cells
- Improve Sleep
- Improve General Physical Performance of the Body
Co-Founder of Slowfoodnation. Nutrition expert. Ph.D in Food Science and Nutrition.
Tom Wells is the co-founder and main editor for Slowfoodnation. Initially he was actually in the business of computer science, working with websites. But he realized that this alone didn’t exactly fulfill me. So he decided to combine his knowledge in web development with a PhD in a more organic field. He’s an entrepreneur, food-lover and a gym-freak, always on the move.