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Restore Supplements

Everything you need to know about our sleep and longevity support supplement

What is Restore?

Restore is Tally’s sleep and longevity support supplement. A blend of apigenin, magnesium bisglycinate, and L-theanine, Restore was designed to help you fall asleep faster, stay asleep longer, and wake up feeling rejuvenated.

When should I take Restore?

Restore should be taken 30-60 minutes before your desired bedtime. You do not need to eat before taking them, but like any new supplement, you may consider ramping up to the full dosage of 3 capsules by starting with 1 or 2 capsules until you know wh

Can you provide evidence that each Restore ingredient improves sleep and extends lifespan and/or improves healthspan in animal models?

Magnesium bisglycinate: decreases sleep onset latency time, is linked to a younger predicted age, and extends lifespan in a mouse model of accelerated aging. Magnesium bisglycinate is a unique form of magnesium capable of penetrating the blood-brain

How long will it take for me to see or feel results from taking Restore?

You should start feeling the effects of Restore within 30-60 minutes after taking it.

Is Restore vegetarian or vegan?

Restore is vegan, gluten-free, non-GMO, free from 9 major allergens, and contains no artificial coloring, added sugars, flavorings, or preservatives.

Is Restore tested on animals?

No, Restore has not been tested on animals and no animals were harmed in creating this formulation.

Is Restore safe?

All of the ingredients in Restore have been safety-assessed by a certified third party. In addition, Tally Health has completed our own safety and stability testing. We work with top-quality vendors certified by the organizations Good Manufacturing P

Are your Restore supplements third-party tested?

Absolutely! All Tally Health supplement formulations have undergone independent safety testing by a third-party nutritional wellness and dietary supplement expert. Additionally, our supplements are manufactured in the United States at an FDA-register

Is apigenin an alternative to NAD+ precursors like NR and NMN?

Unlike NR and NMN, apigenin is not a direct NAD+ precursor. However, there is evidence in mice that apigenin can indirectly elevate NAD+ levels by inhibiting the NAD+-consuming enzyme CD38. For more information, please see Tally Health’s open-access

Why does Restore contain magnesium stearate?

Magnesium stearate is a commonly used additive in dietary supplements and pharmaceuticals that serves as a lubricant and anti-adherent. It is often used in very small amounts, typically less than 1% of the formulation, to improve capsule consistency

Should I take Restore while pregnant, trying to conceive, or nursing?

We don’t recommend taking Restore while pregnant, trying to conceive, or nursing. Please consult your physician if you have questions about what supplements are safe to take during pregnancy, if you are trying to conceive, or nursing.

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