Three Ways to Ensure Your Supplements are Safe & Effective

  Today’s topic is super important because it could be impacting your daily energy, performance and health. If you take supplements, you’ll want to stick around and hear our tips for making sure you are using top quality supplements.   With so many supplements on the market and the supplement industry being largely unregulated in[…]

Motivation & Willpower Don’t Work For Long Lasting Change…Here’s What Does

    Does this sound familiar?    I just need to get motivated, THEN I’ll workout!    I have great willpower until after dinner and then I eat all of the chocolate (or insert your favorite treat).   Well, you’re not alone and there’s good reasons for saying this! Motivation and willpower simply don’t work[…]

Sugar Weakens Your Immune System. Here’s What You Need To Know.

  Here at ExecLevel Wellness help “type A”, over 40 high level professionals & entrepreneurs conquer stress to lead their best lives. We do that with our holistic From Stressed to Best programs and scientifically designed supplements.     Today, in the midst of the Coronavirus crisis, it can feel like everything is out of our[…]

How goals help conquer stress

We’re about to suggest something that might seem a little counterintuitive … but it’s actually pretty amazing advice (we’re not taking credit for it).   Our clients (over 40, “type A” high level professionals and entrepreneurs) are under a lot of stress – whether it’s everyday stress because of their high pressure careers, big deadlines,[…]

Could your health issues actually be due to nutrient deficiencies?

  Many nutrition professionals generally advise that a healthful, balanced diet can provide most people with the nutrients essential for good health.   Fruit and vegetables naturally contain a number of beneficial nutrients, such as vitamins, minerals, fiber, antioxidants and other biologically active components – or phytochemicals.   In fact, it has been documented that[…]

An easy way to hack willpower and self-control, backed by research in social psychology

You’ve probably heard about the marshmallow test. A small group of preschool children between 3 to 5 years old are each offered a marshmallow and given two choices; eat the treat immediately, or wait until the researcher returns and receive a second marshmallow. No threats of punishment on failure, just the promise of reward if[…]