Our mission at Queal is to make lives more effective through nutritional solutions. Today I’d like to introduce you to the latest product in our line-up created to reach this goal; The Queal Boost.
The Queal Booster is a science-based supplement that gives you a mental edge. One serving a day, taken with breakfast or lunch, will give you a noticeable boost in focus and cognitive abilities.
The perfect combination with your Queal meal.
Where a Queal meal provides you with all essential nutrients, Queal Boost provides non-essential but positive impact nutrients, targeted specifically at positive cognitive effects.
This blog will only give a short overview of what the Boost is about. You can always click through to specific ingredients for more explanation on how the Boost works, and what it’s made of!
Nootropics are an up-and-coming thing at the moment. Specific compounds that are thought to have a significant impact on the efficiency and effectiveness of how one’s brain works. It is currently somewhere in the grey area between pseudoscience and actual science.
Here at Queal we’ve taken a hard look at the research into all manner of nootropic compounds and tried to sort the wheat from the chaff.
What we found was that there are several (non-essential) nutrients that have been proven to have several very noticeable cognitive enhancing effects! We’ve taken the best-of-the-best and compiled them into one serving: The Queal Boost. It’s a more realistic and real-world version of the Limitless pill from that movie with Bradley Cooper (or the, sadly, short-lived TV show on CBS).
Mix one scoop of the powder with your morning Queal meal, and you can expect to experience an increase in focus and a drastic reduction in reaction time. You’ll have an easier time quickly switching between different mental tasks, and will experience an increase in general cognitive ability. The Queal Boost also improves cognition and motivation, by means of reducing anxiety and stress. If you’re using the Boost regularly for a longer period of time, it’s also very likely to improve your mental health in the long term (reducing cognitive decline), and might even improve your memory.
We know those are some far-out claims! To take a look at all the research behind it, and get a more in-depth explanation on the studies behind this, click through to the other informative blogs below.