Source Naturals, a leading manufacturer of advanced nutritional supplements, announced Screen Time Stamina™, a new product designed to provide healthy energy, enhanced mental focus, and vision support for stamina during long periods in front of a computer screen.*
Inspired by a dedicated gamer looking for a healthy endurance solution, Screen Time Stamina offers a repertoire of science-backed ingredients to support the visual, cognitive and body systems impacted by extended screen time. These include adaptogenic herbs for healthy energy support, nutrients and herbs for calm mental focus and positive mood, and vitamins and nutrients to support healthy vision.*
“Our mission at Source Naturals has always been to introduce formula innovations to enhance the health and quality of life for consumers in ways that are meaningful and experiential,” says Ira Goldberg, founder and CEO of Source Naturals. “In an era where screens are such a pervasive part of everyday life, Screen Time Stamina represents this commitment at its best.”
Screen Time Stamina is packed with science-backed, healthy ingredients that help users stay sharp and focused for long hours in front of a computer screen,” says Gerda Endemann, Ph.D., senior research manager for Source Naturals. “As more people, particularly in Silicon Valley seek ways to enhance their performance, this product is a healthy choice for endurance computer users looking for increased stamina, vision and cognitive support.”*
Screen Time Stamina is available at Sprouts and other natural grocers and online retailers. It’s available in 30, 60 and 120 tablet bottles with a SRP of $12.50, $23.50 and $45.50 respectively. For more information, or to find a store location near you, please visit: www.sourcenaturals.com.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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