Tespo Blog

5 Nutrients to get your beach-body ready

Posted by Nancy Coulter-Parker on Jun 9, 2017 7:28:28 PM

As summer fast approaches, it’s time to get active and get outside. That also means getting your beach body ready for, well, the beach or at least the nearest pool. What you may not realize is that aside from hydrating and eating healthy, vitamins also can help you and your muscles get lean, toned and energized for summer. Vitamins play a big role in muscle health and development. They also help metabolism and your body’s ability to convert food into energy. In addition to taking a multivitamin to ensure your muscles get everything they need, look for these nutrients to help you get beach-body ready.

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Topics: Energy, Supplements, Vitamin B, Women's Health

5 ways Energy-Plus can help you get more energy, naturally

Posted by Nancy Coulter-Parker on May 20, 2017 2:39:05 PM

Feeling sleepy, sluggish, low on energy? It can be hard to pinpoint exactly what saps our energy, but it happens. Poor sleep, late nights working or studying, stress or a lack of exercise can all be culprits. As can nutrient deficiencies or even the aging process—as we age our body doesn't produce as much of the nutrients and amino acids we need for energy. Whatever it is that’s slowing you down, consider these 5 reasons to take our new Energy-Plus Formula—the natural way to get a little more energy into your day.

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Topics: Energy, Supplements, Vitamin B

Making the change to methylfolate

Posted by Josh on Jan 14, 2017 12:56:19 AM

At Tespo, we pride ourselves on listening to our customers. In the case of folic acid versus methylfolate, we heard you loud and clear.

Many of you asked if we could offer a formula with methylfolate in place of folic acid. Now, we are happy to introduce methylfolate in our new tespo-complete formulas. So what is methylfolate and why are we making the change? Here’s why.

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Topics: Health, Supplements, Vitamin B

Nutrients to boost your mood this season

Posted by Josh on Dec 16, 2016 1:16:14 PM

The holidays are upon us and although it is the season to be jolly, more often than not we don’t feel quite so upbeat. Many factors play a role in our mood, including money stresses or spending time with family. But there are other reasons for a downbeat mood, too.

Roughly 5 percent of Americans suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)—also referred to as the winter blues—according to the American Academy of Family Physicians. To boot, up to 20 percent of us suffer from a milder form of SAD as the days get shorter and colder. Even if you don’t specifically suffer from SAD, you may find your mood dip as the days darken.

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Topics: Energy, Supplements, Vitamin B, Women's Health