EvidenceLive is dedicated to providing high-quality content about nootropics, mental health, cognitive enhancement, and neuroscience.
The editorial process is strict, and this page exists to give you an idea about our standards and procedures.
Our editorial team works together to provide you with knowledgeable insights and accompanying opinions.
We do our best to be the number one resource for anybody looking to research nootropics and related content.
- Mission and Purpose of Content
- Our Expertise
- Editorial Practices
- How We Select Products
- Intended Audience
- Additional Resources
Mission and Purpose of Content
Our mission is to create and share reliable informational content with the world to help our readers improve their well-being.
We include all relevant topics to cover every aspect of the industry, including, but not limited to, mental health, nutritional supplements, neuroscience, and nootropics.
It can sometimes be hard for newcomers and experience neurohackers to find the evidence-based knowledge they need.
Our editorial process ensures that the information is constantly accurate, so you always know where to come with your questions.
The content on EvidenceLive is for informational and educational purposes only. It is designed to help those searching for evidence-based information.
However, it is not intended as medical advice, diagnosis, treatment, or prevention of any disease, even though our team has professional experience in neuroscience, nutrition, and psychology.
The opinions on our site are not designed as medical advice for the simple fact that our readers are not our patients.
If you decide to take a new supplement and change your diet, we encourage you to speak with a medical professional for evaluation and advice.
The EvidenceLive team and additional contributors are committed to accuracy, timeliness, and relevancy.
Therefore, we include parenthetical citations for any proposed benefits or claims within our articles, as we want to provide you only the information based on scientific evidence.
We include a date for the most recent updates, additions, or revisions, along with any necessary explanations.
We also include relevant, helpful outbound links. Still, the linked websites and other resources do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the editorial team or EvidenceLive.
Some articles may contain affiliate links or other forms of advertising as we have professional relationships with several companies in our field.
How We Select Products
The EvidenceLive editorial team spends hours analyzing the experiences, data, and feedback to ensure that we can provide appropriate suggestions.
Review articles are based on our expertise and experience with the products first hand. Therefore, we only include products we believe are helpful for our readers.
Any outbound link has to add value to the reader and those who respect our professional opinions and advice.
All review articles include scientific research to back up any claims. We always strive to give you objective information while covering all the benefits and downsides.
Our intended audience is the general public and neurohackers looking to learn more about cognitive enhancement, neuroscience, and mental health.
Whether you are an expert or a nootropic newcomer, we want to educate and engage the reader with all aspects of the industry.
While the editorial process takes time, we constantly upgrade and add more content to reach our readers.
Biohacking is a large industry with a wide range of experts, beginners, and researchers.
We do our best to address any relevant topic and angle that we possibly can so you can benefit from our knowledge.
If you have an idea, article, or product that we have not covered but believe we should have on the website, please let us know!
If you have more questions or concerns, you may find the additional information at one of the following resources.
However, if not, feel free to check out our contact page to get in touch with us.