M1nd breaks new ground, proving Jeunesse Global’s innovative mojo

Throughout the last 100 years, few goals have been pursued with as much zeal and as little success as the quixotic attempts at increasing intelligence in individuals and populations. From the school desegregation movement itself to the No Child Left Behind Act of the George W. Bush Administration, program after program has been tried to raise the intelligence of groups of people and individuals alike, all in unrequited vain.

But there have been a few limited successes. One example is the introduction of certain classes of psychotropic stimulants, which psychologists determined were able to help people focus. In many cases, this increase in focus has actually enabled students and others who require high levels of sustained focus to do better on tests that are valid proxies for IQ. Whether or not these drugs, such as Ritalin and Adderall, have the ability to actually increase intelligence is still a source of debate. But there is no doubt that they work to increase mental stamina and ability to focus on a sustained basis.

There is another mechanism by which these and other drugs may work to effectively increase intelligence. That is because while researchers have never found a reliable way to unequivocally raise intelligence, they have found a wide range of ways to lower it. And it turns out that one of the most effective ways to immediately and significantly lower intelligence in almost anyone is through simple sleep deprivation. Ritalin, Adderall and other prescription stimulants are highly effective at reducing or completely eliminating the effects of sleep deprivation, especially over limited time frames.

This has major implications. Because almost every working American is sleep deprived, this has a severe negative effect on overall intelligence and, by extension, productivity. Now, Jeunesse Global has devised the first-ever mental energy drink. Known as M1nd, the drink is able to act on the brain in much the same way as prescription stimulants. But M1nd is 100 percent all-natural, having none of the potentially dangerous side effects of drugs like Ritalin.

M1nd has been shown to reverse the effects of sleep deprivation and help users to concentrate more intently and for longer.

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Health Startup Elysium Health

Elysium Health is a consumer health company co-founded in 2014 by Dr. Leonard Guarente. As the director of the Paul F. Glenn Center for Biology of Aging Research at MIT, Dr. Guarente has conducted significant research on the genetic and molecular causes of aging during his career.

 

Elysium’s mission is to help people live healthier, longer. The company works together with world-class scientists from institutions such as Yale, Stanford, and Harvard to translate advances in science and technology into clinically-validated health products that work. These scientists make up the scientific advisory board of the company and help guide the direction of Elysium’s research. (Read How To Be Preventative About Your Health)

 

It’s All About Getting to the Cells

Elysium Health makes a daily supplement called Basis. Basis works by increasing the levels of the coenzyme NAD+. This coenzyme is essential to our cellular processes, like DNA protection, circadian rhythms, and energy creation, but it declines in levels as we age. By increasing your levels of NAD+, two capsules of Basis a day is designed to support your cellular health.

 

If you are worried about the effectiveness of the claims Elysium Health makes about its supplement, Basis is clinically-proven to increase levels of NAD+. In a clinical trial conducted in 2016, 120 subjects were divided into three equal groups. The first group received the recommended daily dose of Basis (two capsules), the second group received double the recommended dose, and the third group received a placebo. The group that took the recommended daily dose of Basis over the course of several weeks saw their levels of NAD+ rise by an average of 40 percent. Click Here for more information.

 

Learn More About Your Options

If you are interested in adding Basis to your daily routine, you can buy an individual jar of the supplement for $60. Each jar contains a month’s worth of Basis. Monthly subscriptions bring the cost per jar down to between $40 and $50, depending on the length of the subscription.