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Are You Afraid of Losing Your Mind?

pam-h-overland-parkOf all the conditions that I can acquire, I am mortified at the prospect of “losing my mind.” (My other fear is losing my eye sight-which is another blog for another time.)

Ever since several years ago when I was a pharmaceutical rep selling an Alzheimer drug, I have been closely monitoring the development of new agents in the battle of preventing and treating dementia. Having worked with senior care physicians, care takers and skilled nursing centers that had Alzheimer’s patients is enough to terrify anyone to take any and all supplements that might prevent any loss of brain power.

When I became acquainted with Life Priority, and learned of the extensive scientific skill of Durk Pearson and Sandy Shaw, and how they only formulate products with top quality and proven ingredients, did I believe that I was being proactive for my own brain health. PS Priority, especially, has been proven to help increase neurotransmitter receptor sites and help keep cell membranes flexible and supports good memory function.

Why waste your money on brands that you cannot follow the lifeline of the supplement from beginning to end? The timeline is clear from inception to market on Life Priority’s PS, a truly designer supplement of unmatched quality.

I don’t know if I’ll ever be stricken with dementia of any type. I do know that my goal is to be true to quality supplements and a lifestyle that will lead me to grace and good memory in my aged years.

For me it’s Life Priority’s Life Caps, Mind, PS Priority, and Muscle Memory that I’m counting on, as I can only imagine the beautiful sunset of my old age.

Life Priority, established in 1994, offers supplements that are scientifically-formulated, results-oriented, and GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe) and are manufactured at USDA and FDA inspected facilities.
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Lift … as a Verb

Guest article by Pam Houston , small business owner CollegiateCamo, wife, mother and pharmaceutical sale rep.

pam-h-overland-parkI was wondering how the name “Lift Caps” came to be. I was thinking today about this when I realized my noon dose of Lift Caps were at home and not in my car where I tend to do most of my work!

Boy did I hit a low today, and it reminded me how important my Lift Caps are to my personal well-being. I wondered how crazy it must be for those “high” on caffeine or other drugs (yes, caffeine is a drug!). In fact, do a quick internet search and you will see that caffeine is the most widely used drug in the world.

I can’t tell you that I am without caffeine entirely, but tend to drink less when I take my Lift Caps. I’ve never been addicted to anything except little food cravings when I am trying to avoid extra calories. All I know is that it must be a horrible feeling to believe that in order to get through the day, you need a means of “staying up.” 

While Life Caps contain about as much caffeine as a single cup of coffee, it’s not the caffeine alone that makes this product work so well. For those of us that like to get our energy from a reliable, healthy, safe means, Lift Caps can be the answer.

So back to the name. A dictionary search tells us that, as a verb, this is what “lift” means:

  • to go up; yield to upward pressure. (The box is too heavy to lift. The lid won’t lift..)
  • to pull or strain upward in the effort to raise something. (To lift at a heavy weight.)
  • to move upward or rise; rise and disperse, as clouds or fog. (Of rain, to stop temporarily.)
  • to rise to view above the horizon when approached, as land seen from the sea.
  • a feeling of exaltation or uplift

Hmm… a pretty good description of the name of an amazing “designer food,” if you ask me!

Read the full testimonial from Pam here.