Because the most up to date scientific research shows poor sleep is one of the greatest threats to your health and longevity.
For example, did you know recent studies have shown your body can lose up to 70% of its natural cancer killer cells after just one night of less than 5 hours of sleep …
Or that your blood sugar can get so out of whack after just a week of mild sleep deprivation, you can be medically classified as pre-diabetic?
How about the fact that testosterone production can drop up to 15% after just one week of poor sleep.
Then there’s a slew of recent studies that link sleep deprivation to an increased risk for Alzheimer’s, depression and even heart disease.
And one recent study out of Denmark even found …
Just Two Weeks of Sleep Deprivation Can Add 10 years to your Biological Age!
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A unique fatty acid found in olive oil, Oleamide helps activate your body’s GABA receptors.
GABA is known as the “relaxation neurotransmitter” because it signals your brain to start to shut down and enter a state of deep relaxation.
Which is why studies have shown that Oleamide can help you fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer.
Especially when you combine it with the additional GABA boosting ingredients found in Mito Dream.
Jujuba has been used in Chinese medicine for over 3,000 years and it’s been described as one of the five most valuable fruits in China.
That’s because it’s loaded with flavonoids, saponins, and phenols that serve a variety of benefits, including …
This amino acid is what gives green tea it’s calming effect.
Theanine works by helping your brain generate “alpha waves” …
That peaceful calm state you experience right before you fall asleep.
This will not only help you fall asleep faster …
But also help you hit that deep, REM sleep you need to rejuvenate your mitochondria down at the cellular level.
Like Jujuba, Magnolia has been used as a therapeutic compound in Eastern Medicine for thousands of years.
And like Jujuba, it also contains several bio-active compounds that can help you reduce anxiety and get the deep, rejuvenating sleep you need.
The two most well researched are honokiol and Magnolol.
Honokiol helps increase the time you spend in slow wave sleep …
While Magnolol helps increase the time you spend in REM sleep.
When you put these two compounds together you have the perfect one-two punch that improves the quality of sleep you get every single night.
Melisaa Officinalis traces its roots all the way back to ancient Greece, where it was often combined with wine and used as an anti-inflammatory and pain reliever.
This compound works by increasing GABA in the brain and a recent study showed it was effective at relieving anxiety and improving the quality of sleep in up to 90% of the people who tried it.
Recutita is another ancient herbal medicine with uses that date all the way back to ancient Egypt.
It’s well known to help calm and relax your mind … so you can fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer.
Studies show the 3mg to 10 mg doses you find in many common supplements may be dangerous to your health.
Which is why I suggest you stay away from any product that provides doses above 1 mg a night …
And stick with the optimal .3 mg (300 mcg) dose of melatonin that Mito Dream delivers.
That way you can get the sleep boosting effects of melatonin …
Like resetting the body’s sleep clock …
And delivering up to 50 minutes of additional sleep time each night.
Magnesium, found in superfoods like dark chocolate, is absolutely essential for young, youthful cells …
Unfortunately, it’s estimated that 50% of Americans have some form of magnesium deficiency.
Which is why everyone should be taking a daily dose of 200g of magnesium.
But not just any form of magnesium …
I added 200 mg of magnesium glycinate to Mito Dream because …
Like melatonin, passion flower helps you “reset” your sleep cycle so you can get longer, deeper sleep.
In fact, one study showed that mice who received passion flower slept for 25% longer than the control group.
And human sleep studies have shown that passion flower significantly boosts six different measurements of sleep quality in otherwise healthy individuals.
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