A healthy mind and a healthy body work together to help you live your best life. We believe it should be easy for you to have a healthy mind and body without years of dietary study, a cupboard full of pills, or a whole paycheck's worth of organic produce each week.
Everyday can be a great day, from start to finish, when you have the tools you need. We wish to help you find those tools so you can live your best life.
Your morning sets the tone for the rest of your day, so we thought that would be a great place to start.
What are Nootropics?
Nootropics (/noʊ.əˈtrɒpɨks/ noh-ə-TROP-iks)—also called smart drugs, memory enhancers, neuro enhancers, cognitive enhancers, and intelligence enhancers—are drugs, supplements, nutraceuticals, and functional foods that improve one or more aspects of mental function. -Google
Nootropics in Mobius
L-Carnitine - 1,000mg
According to the National Institutes of Health, L-Carnitine is an amino acid that transports long-chain fatty acids into the mitochondria of the body’s cells. The cells then burn this fat to produce energy. This is extremely useful as the majority of calories in Mobius Breakfast come from coconut fat. All of this will keep your brain energized throughout your morning.
Gotu kola - 500mg
Gotu kola comes from the Eastern medicine family, and is an herbal stress reliever. Studies published in the Nepal Medical College Journal and the Journal of Ethnopharmacology found that participants who took gotu kola had reduced stress and increased cognition.
Ashwagandha - 200mg
Ashwagandha is found in India and is an herb used in Ayurvedic Medicine. In two double-blind, placebo-controlled studies published in the Indian Journal of Phsychiatry(2), Ashwagandha was shown to decrease anxiety.
Rhodiola rosea - 300mg
An herb that helps reduce mental fatigue. Studies were done with students and with physicians and showed that Rhodiola reduces the mental fatigue that the subjects experienced in stressful environments. The studies were both published in Phytomedicine: International Journal of Phytotherapy and Phytopharmacology.
David Taylor is an entrepreneur, engineer, and fitness enthusiast. After graduating with a degree in Chemical Engineering from Missouri University of Science and Technology, he went to work as an engineer for the food and beverage industry where he saw first-hand exactly how modern processed food is made. It was after seeing this that he decided to start a nutrition company and in October of 2013, Mobius Nutrition was formed. David is committed to helping people become more effective in everything they do by providing them with nutrition to benefit both their mind and body.
Megan Taylor is a dance teacher, fitness enthusiast, artist, and entrepreneur. After graduating from Texas Christian University with a BFA in Modern Dance and minor in Secondary Education, Megan has gone on to become the Director of Outreach for a local non-profit; teaching dance to underserved and at risk youth in the North Texas Community. Her passion for fitness and health, especially for at-risk youth, inspired her to co-found Mobius Nutrition. The company is currently partnering with Healthy Zone, and Megan seeks to expand this partnership as they grow.
Michael Eichenseer is a health, entrepreneurship, and gaming enthusiast. Michael met David Taylor during his time at Missouri University of Science and Technology where he graduated with a degree in Information Science Technology. Michael spends much of his time reading or listening to books on positive psychology, health, business, and the future. Mobius Nutrition is a long time passion project turned full time adventure for Michael, and he aims to change the paradigm of health and nutrition across the globe. You can find Michael's take on health, the future, and the world at large at mikenseer.com.
Darren Koester has focused his creativity in the area of film and photography. What is film and photography but a realm of infinite possibilities? He got his start telling stories at a young age with his first hand drawn comic book, “The Adventures of Sexy Boy!” Not his “Proudest Accomplishment" because he reserves that title for his next piece of content. Darren enjoys making people laugh, smile and think. He is committed to spreading a wealth of nutritional knowledge to the world.