Coffee as The Foundation for Overall Health and Wellness

Coffee as The Foundation for Overall Health and Wellness

Feeling exhausted? Forgetting things lately? Feel like your head is in the clouds? You are not alone.  Since the pandemic complaints of brain fog are on the rise. Coffee, a known nootropic is the go to for many people to aid in increasing energy and improved alertness.  Combining that with The Good Stuff may give you the added boost your brain needs. L-theanine in The Good Stuff sends calming signals to the brain to allow optimal performance and clarity.  This powerful combination of coffee and L-theanine will increase focus, energy and productivity. 

During this high time of stress the immune system may become weakened. We become susceptible to infections through the increased hormone Cortisol. Cortisol not only suppresses cellular health and immunity it also causes hair shedding and increase in oil production clogging our pores. Focusing on stress reduction is an effective way to improve our health. A simple way to decrease stress and improve immunity can be our morning ritual of a cup of coffee with a scoop of The Good Stuff.

Coffee can become the foundation for your overall health and wellness because of the many health benefits in its natural state. Coffee is rich in antioxidants, including polyphenols that protect our cells and can balance our immune system. The Good Stuff contains Cinnamon, a delicious spice that is known for it’s antimicrobial properties and ability to balance blood sugar. MCT oil can boost energy, improve mood and protect our cells from dangerous free radicals. The additional ingredients, Collagen and Himalayan Pink Sea Salt within The Good Stuff offers peptides and hydration to support the health of our hair, skin, and nails. As you can see there is a lot of Good in this product.

Dr Shioban Hanlon ND

Dr Siobhan Hanlon has over 10 years of experience in the field of Naturopathic Medicine. With a focus on disease prevention rooted in science based medicine, Dr Hanlon prides herself on taking a natural, holistic approach with patients. Dr Hanlon also holds a master’s degree in nutrition and has worked as a consultant to the supplement and wellness industry providing guidance for top performing start ups throughout the country.

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