By simply applying this proven health maths equation to your everyday life, you can improve yourself physically and mentally.

These four steps will give you the body and brain boost you’re looking for.

The 4-step health math equation 

Better Brain, Better Body – Perfect!


Step 1: Nutrition

Increase your good FATS; ladies, this is a must!

Fats affect hormones because hormones in the body are composed of fats and cholesterol. Cholesterol is what estrogen and testosterone are formed from. So if you are under-consuming fats, you are potentially missing out on good hormonal balance. #fact

Step 2: Exercise

A Full-body program included – click through!

The ‘full body’ training split is simply a way of planning your training to hit the whole body, which is simple enough to understand; we will look into why it is an excellent way of training and explain it in further detail.


Step 3: Sleep

The more Zzz, the more memory you have.

Sleep helps your brain work properly and plays an essential role in how you learn and remember things. Research shows that sleep deficiency alters activity in the brain, decreasing cognitive function. This can lead to memory and decision-making problems and affect your learning and problem-solving skills.

Step 4: Acetyl-L-carnitine

The heart and soul of the party (well, for your brain)

Acetyl-L-carnitine is an amino acid found in nearly all cells of your body. A natural component of the brain’s chemistry, acetyl-L-carnitine is essential for brain and cognitive health. One of the most extensively researched brain nutrients, acetyl L-carnitine has a proven ability to enhance mental energy and wellness.

That’s because it increases levels of essential neurotransmitter chemicals needed for alertness, memory, focus, and learning. Additionally, it provides energy to the brain and repairs damage to brain cells by stress and poor nutrition.




Follow these four steps for a stronger, happier you!

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