Re: Chocolate and Cognitive Style

Ralph Lewis (
Fri, 27 Nov 1998 09:54:54 -0800

The list members may be interested in several sources for specialized supplements. I have used these companies in the past and recently several of their products are aided me greatly in the recovery from an gall bladder operation. (It's now clear that "you can go back to work in two weeks" does NOT mean "you will be back to normal in two weeks". Basically once out of the hospital you are on your own. Being told "you are not 18 anymore somehow does not make me feel much better.)

I would HIGHLY recommend that if you use supplements you do so only under the advice of an orthomolecular physician!

Sources: Life Enhancement Products Olympia Nutrition International Antiaging Systems Vitamin Research Products Journal of Longevity

A not so obvious source of nutritional supplements besides a good local health food store is your local sports nutrition store. There is a overlap of interests in the sports/body building and health improvement communities that most have not realized yet.

Best Wishes


At 08:42 AM 11/27/98 -0600, you wrote:
>A new style of chocolate is shaped like a truffle and is laced with Kavo,
>gingko biloba and other herbs thought to improve memory. (Not quite a
>memory chip, but at least it tastes delicious.)
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Ralph Lewis, Professor of Management and Human Resources College of Business
California State University, Long Beach
Long Beach, California