THE DAILY CLOCK
EACH DAY, WE HAVE THE CHANCE TO EMBRACE OUR INTERNAL BIOLOGICAL CLOCK
Your internal biological clock, called the circadian rhythm,
helps your body adapt to the daily cycle of day and night.
We know that there are different hormonal fluctuations that our bodies adapt to throughout the day. We have found if you embrace them, work with them, and supplement and support them in the right way, you can thrive all day.
At the Well & Company, we’ve formulated a suite of products to help you pro-actively work with these hormonal rhythms. Our WakeWell™ powdered drink mix helps jumpstart your day. In the afternoon, our ReviveWell™ chews re-energize you. And in the evening, our RestWell powdered drink mix will restore you.
Start strong, glide through your day, and finish feeling relaxed and inspired.
Living your best life starts with embracing the whole day.*
Boosts immunity, heart health, provides energy and enhances mood.*
Helps to reduce infl ammation associated with exercise. Aids in respiratory support, heart health, metabolism, mood, cognitive & sports performance.*
Aids in metabolism, heart health and cognitive performance.*
Aids in heart health, memory, mood, energy and lowers Cortisol.*
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
**Contains antioxidant Vitamin C.
Dr. James is an entrepreneur, naturopathic doctor, international speaker, award-winning author, wellness magazine founder, former QVC Network Wellness Doctor, Ironman triathlete, and co-founder of several nutrition-based companies. And now a Co-Founder and Chief Wellness Officer of the Well & Company.
Dr. James received his N.D. from National College of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland, OR and a B.A. in Psychology from Marlboro College in Marlboro, VT. In addition, Dr. James has graduate level studies in Transpersonal Psychology and Chinese Medicine.
DR. JAMES TALKS QUERCETIN
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DR. MARK DAVIS
Dr. Davis is professor of exercise and nutritional physiology/immunology in the Department of Exercise Science at the University of South Carolina. His research focuses on the effects of exercise and nutrition on mind-body connections in health and performance. He’s particularly interested in novel dietary components (flavonoids) like quercetin, resveratrol, and curcumin that can work in the brain, immune system, and muscle to reduce inflammation and fatigue, and increase resistance to infection and cancer. He’s received more than $10 million in grants from The National Institutes of Health, Department of Defense, American College of Sports Medicine , and Gatorade Sports Science Institute, among others. His laboratory has published more than 170 research papers.
Davis is a Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) where he was on the Board of Trustees, President of the Southeast Regional Chapter, and received the Citation Award for outstanding career achievement in exercise science and sports medicine.