A balanced diet solves many day-to-day problems including helping with our energy and focus. The problem, of course, is that in spite of what may be considered our best efforts, we rarely get all the nutrients we need from the food we eat. So much of our food comes to us after a complex process of genetic engineering and refinement that sucks much of what mother nature provided for our health.
We know that focus issues plague an increasingly large number of students in our schools. ADD/ADHD diagnoses are a near epidemic proportion. What we don’t often consider is the prevalence of adults who also suffer from attention difficulties. Studies indicate that 4 to 5 percent of adults suffer from attention deficit disorder. What we have to keep in mind is that ADD is an extreme example of the problem. That percentage doesn’t factor in the number of people who simply feel they can’t maintain the concentration they need throughout the day.
When our concentration isn’t flagging, then our energy levels off dip below what we need to function productively throughout the day. The number of Americans who are dependent on sugar and caffeine to stay alert and keep moving would be staggeringly large if we could accurately calculate it at all. When used in moderation, caffeine has its uses. For that matter, small doses of sugar aren’t that bad either. However, relying on sugar and caffeine can have dreadful consequences for your health.
We offer a slate of nutritional supplements that support enhanced mental focus and greater daily energy. Many of these will support or in some cases even replace prescription medications for attention deficit. They also offer a healthier and more dependable alternative to sugar and caffeine to improve and maintain your energy level.