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Melatonin and Sleep: More Harm Than Good?

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Melatonin and Sleep: More Harm Than Good?

Struggling to get a good night's sleep? You're not alone. According to the CDC, one-third of us don't get adequate sleep. If you're part of the tired 33%, you’ve likely turned to sleep supplementation in one form or another. Afterall, if a simple pill could guarantee a good night's rest, why wouldn’t you try it? The challenge with many sleep supplements is their use of melatonin. Americans are consuming melatonin in large quantities every year to aid in a good night's rest, but as the rise in its popularity continues to increase, so do the potential complications that come with...

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Momentous Announces Premier Partnership with My Sports Dietitian

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Momentous Announces Premier Partnership with My Sports Dietitian
My Sports Dietitian teams up with Momentous as a premier partner to promote optimal performance and outstanding education to athletes, coaches, athletic trainers, and strength coaches. 

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Caffeine and Collagen: Is it Time to Rethink the Morning Brew?

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Caffeine and Collagen: Is it Time to Rethink the Morning Brew?

Collagen research has exploded over the last 10 years. In early iterations, collagen supplementation was identified as a strong proponent for healthy growth of hair, skin, and fingernails. New studies show that collagen is also a vital component for soft tissue development in joints and ligaments. But while the benefits of collagen continue to be expanded upon, there is new data that suggests we could be taking it all wrong. But before we jump into the research around caffeine and collagen, it’s important to understand what collagen is and how it works in the body.  What Does Collagen Do?  Collagen...

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Creatine and Cognition

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Creatine and Cognition

Creatine For Cognitive Function  What is creatine?    An amino acid whose role is to maintain energy homeostasis by keeping cellular ATP levels constant in cells with high and fluctuating energy demands, such as those found in muscles and the brain.    Why it matters:    Beyond physical performance, the body of literature continues to expand. Since 2012, there have been ~134,000 research articles published focused on creatine. Of those articles: ~32,900 focused on the brain and ~17,300 focused on TBI Recovery.   Neural creatine concentrations are altered after mTBI and sub-concussive injury, with a reduction (or no change) in gray...

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New Products Coming Soon With the Huberman Lab

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New Products Coming Soon With the Huberman Lab

Our partnership with the Huberman Lab Podcast allows us to develop best-in-class products with the top minds in the world. We've already launched a few new and exciting supplements, but there's more on the way. Take a look at what's to come below. Newly Launched With The Huberman Lab Podcast Magnesium Threonate Acetyl L-Carnitine Tyrosine L-Theanine L-Glutamine   Available for Pre-Order - Deliveries Shipping Early June Alpha GPC Apigenin   Coming Soon Tongkat Ali Fadogia Argestis NMN Resveratrol Unflavored Whey Protein Inositol   Stay tuned for more launches, bundles, and protocols from our partnership with The Huberman Lab Podcast!  

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