More than 50 percent of adults over the age of 18 drink coffee every day. Students on our own campus are not unfamiliar with the idea of a cup of coffee, or more, a day. But, could there be an alternative to this morning routine? Do we have to run on Dunkin? Kent Chen and Ryan Yoshimura worked with surgeons from UCLA to develop an exciting new energizer that would provide better results than the energizers used in the past. In 2015, they introduced Neurogum to the market. Its purpose is to boost energy, cognition, and focus whether it is to study for a test or run a mile.
"Can a Piece of Gum Keep You Running?,"
Osmosis Magazine: Vol. 2019
, Article 3.
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