We've discussed pens in previous articles, both in detail about fountain vs. rollerball (we aren't going to restart that debate!)
Nourish Your Looks and Your Brain
During World War II, British propaganda artists spread rumors that carrots improved eyesight. Their purpose? Convince Germans that this vegetable, and not top-secret radar advancements, was the key behind successfully identifying Axis bombers. (Inadvertently, they also convinced a lot of our mothers.)
The rumor was false, and no amount of carrots are going to affect our vision. They’re still beneficial to our diets in the long-term, of course—they just are not instant fixes. Unfortunately, that’s the reality behind most healthy foods and supplements. Eating kale and swallowing baby aspirin might keep us going in the long run, but they’re unlikely to give us the kind of daily improvements we can monitor without use of needles and ultrasound.
Fortunately, a select few supplements are more tailored for the here and now—Gotu kola being one of them. Deepak Chopra, M.D., the trusted medical advisor behind such greats as Tony Robbins, recommends Gotu kola for precisely this reason. It’s not a supplement you have to take out of mere faith, but one you take to gain noticeable day-to-day improvements in memory, brain function, stress reduction, and sleep.
A natural plant extract that’s been used for thousands of years in places like India, China, and Indonesia, Gotu kola is hands-down one of the best daily provisions for today’s high-thinking, high-achieving gentlemen. It doesn’t hurt that it’s also been touted for its use against hair loss (and anxiety, cancer, scars, varicose veins, psoriasis, etc.)
About Ben Davis
A serial entrepreneur, Ben Davis is founder of The Gents Place and a leading investor in gentlemen's refinement and confidence.
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