One person dies every 19 minutes from prescription drugs, according to a recent CNN report. Exposés are pouring out that prescription drugs are decreasing life span and brain capacity. The most recent example is the high profile death of singer, Whitney Houston.
Our guest this week, David Littel has seen these trends both as a high-level leader in the supplement industry and as a visionary exploring alternative healing to increase human potential. We discuss with him what stress, drugs, and the modern life do to brains and bodies.
- How do high stress and inactive lives decrease our ability to think well?
- How do we Increase our ability to deal with stress if we cannot decrease the stressors?
- What can people do naturally and without drugs to enjoy life and mental cognition more? (Besides exercise, of course!)
- What is special about your new natural dietary supplement Cognition Ignition?
To gain from the more than 15 benefits of Cognition Ignition and balanced energy, check out http://www.cognitionignition.net/
David Litell began using Chinese herbs to improve academic and athletic performance in 1970 while a student at University of California Santa Barbara. Noting benefits, he began studying botanicals in traditional American styles and Chinese Herbal Medicine using his anthropology degree as a starting point. 30+ years’ and much experience later David created Cognition Ignition in response to our nations’ rising dependence on prescription drugs.
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