It looks like I the colder weather has caused me to hibernate a bit and store some food. To put it bluntly, I recently noticed that I was getting heavier. I usually like to carry weight at around the 200lb level. As I stepped onto the scale this very morning, after not checking for a while, I was astounded to see my weight had climbed to 220! I have heard from others that gain weight that they do not see it coming. It will take someone else pointing it out to them or them seeing it in a picture that brings them full circle. For me, it was an eventful walk to the bathroom to weigh myself. When it comes to needing something to accelerate losing fat, there is an endless amount of product out there to do just that.
One of our readers had written me and told me to check out Razor’s Edge, a supplement that is a bit different from the rest. When I read what was on the label, I felt like I had no idea what I was about to get myself into, but you have to risk it to get that biscuit! The biscuit, in this instance, was losing the weight from everything that I had been eating, which is kind of ironic. Phenylpiracetam is a less strong version of a substance made to help your brain perform at a higher level. I wish I had known about this one when I was spending nights and days cramming for those big college exams. I may have ended up with somewhat of a better grade point average, for sure.
Something that you can take so easily to help you focus more is great enough, what about if we think of the longer term? After all, all of that focus is no good without the ability to be able to retain information? This is where the next ingredient, CDP Choline comes into play. Made to assist the memory system in your body and to better your dopamine levels, you can see that Blackstone has done their research. Speaking of what Razor’s Edge was able to do for me, let me start by saying that I am about as scatter brained as a person could be. From forgetting my cell phone at home to missing a turn and running late, I am the king of forgetfulness. I had always attributed it to something hereditary, since I grew up with a dad who would repeat the same set of stories to me throughout my life, in a funny and harmless way.
Before too long, I was starting to knock out my daily list of chores like it was nothing. I found that both my long and short-term memory were much better than they had been in a long time. People that knew me were shocked at how much better my ability to recall things had been. I had never been diagnosed with a memory problem of any kind but it was kind of a running joke in my family that I was the one who had trouble remembering important dates. I guess you would have to understand the dynamic of my family, as that sounds so much harsher when I read it in front of my face. If you find yourself in a slump of just not being able to fully give the tasks in your life the attention that they demand, grab a bottle of the Razor’s Edge and see what it does for you. As always, make sure to check if you are healthy enough to use this supplement before you do anything else.