July 2016

  1. The brain, a garden

    The brain, a garden
    The brain is like a garden The familiar term intestinal flora would suggest there is merit in extending it in comparing the brain with a garden. In this "garden" you have growing not plants but synaptic connections between neurons. These are the highways used by neurotransmitters such as dopamine and serotonin. Continue reading →
  2. Working mechanisms of supplements - Each person is unique

    Working mechanisms of supplements - Each person is unique
    Why do supplements not always sort the expected results? This is a good question asked by experts and customers alike. Is biochemical individuality the most logical explanation for this? We suspect so. Biochemical individuality is a concept that assumes that the nutritional status and chemical makeup of each person is unique. Continue reading →
  3. Enzymes, the workhorses of the body

    Enzymes, the workhorses of the body
    Until recently we knew very little about the action of enzymes. They speed up chemical reactions in cells to unprecedented speeds, as has long been known, but how they did it long remained a mystery. Not too long ago scientists discovered that they use an ingenious trick. Continue reading →
  4. Write a review, get a discount!

    Write a review, get a discount!
    At Ergomax now you can collect discount points! By writing reviews about our products, you decide how much discount you get. The more reviews you write, the more discount you will receive. Continue reading →
  5. An instant relaxation method you may have never heard of!

    An instant relaxation method you may have never heard of!
    There are many ways to relax. They include certain types of breathing, meditation or taking supplements. Stimulating the nerve endings of the carotid sinus, a spot in the region of the carotid artery, however, will not be readily familiar to most people as a way to get instant relaxation. Continue reading →

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