Whole Foods Starts Carrying Neuro Mints and Gum!

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Whole Foods Starts Carrying Neuro Mints and Gum! Listen to this article

We love Neuro products here at Gear Diary. Their mint and cinnamon flavored gums, as well as their mint and cinnamon flavored mints, are delicious, and we could never have survived CES 2020 without several packs of Neuro Gum! Anytime I’ve sung their praises, I’ve had to steer potential buyers towards Amazon, CVS, or the Neuro website, but Neuro sent us some amazing news today — you’ll be able to get Neuro Mints and Gum at Whole Foods!

Neuro Calm & Clarity Mints

Whole Food x Neuro is a natural fit, as Neuro is all about having a healthy and holistic way to boost your energy and help you make it through the day. They don’t use any artificial sweeteners, and they are vegan, sugar-free, and gluten-free, which … might be a requirement even to enter the parking lot of Whole Foods, but it isn’t something you find in every gum or mint on the shelf.

The whole idea behind Neuro mints and gum is that they contain nootropics that help naturally stimulate or calm your mind; instead of coffee or tea, or to augment them, pop in some gum or mints and reap the benefits of green tea, L-theanine, and B-vitamins — plus you’ll have fresh breath. It’s hard not to win your day with that kind of combo!

You can find Neuro Mints and Gum in the Wellness Section of every Whole Foods, as well as on their website. Be sure to check out their Calm line for the end of the day, as you definitely don’t want to pop a caffeinated mint before bed accidentally!

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