The composition of ZENDO Calm + Focus was analysed by the Scientific Institute for Intelligent Nutrition (SIIN).
The SIIN is an independent European scientific institution founded and operated by doctors, academics and scientists specialised in nutrition.
HERE ARE THEIR CONCLUSIONS:
« Our analysis leads us to conclude that ZENDO Calm + Focus is a good source of hydration that contributes to a state of mental and physical well-being.
This beverage can be consumed daily as it meets the essential criteria of a healthy diet.
Furthermore, the formulation provides a very good micronutrient density, in particular an intake in magnesium and B vitamins that help to bridge the frequent deficits and improve the physical and mental welfare.
ZENDO Calm + Focus also provides natural plant extracts in doses and under bioavailable forms to obtain a soothing effect, which is favourable to the feeling of well-being.»
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