Basis comes with these instructions: "Take two (2) capsules every morning with or without food." I started with the full dosage but began to wonder if I should take just one pill a day. Usually with questions like this I would go on the web to see what the experience of others has been.
No point in doing that with Basis. The product has undergone only one limited clinical trial, and has thus far been used by a relatively small number of people.
How involved are the Nobel Laureates?
The Nobel laureates on Elysium's advisory board certainly lend the new product credibility. It’s unlikely they’d risk their reputations endorsing a new product of dubious merit.
Still, it's clear these scientists have played no significant role in researching, creating or testing Basis. It doesn't appear that the advisory board will be actively engaged in the product development.
Wow! Nobel laureates "advising" a company on dietary supplements! Shades of Linus Pauling! But people still swear by massive doses of vitamin C to cure anything and everything.
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