Curiosity, for us at Teaveli, is a philosophy. It’s a culture that we strive to live by, and build into our resources, systems and processes.
When we're curious about something, we're interested in learning more about it. We want to know why it happens, how it works, or what it means. Being suspicious, on the other hand, is more about questioning whether something is true or not. Rather than wanting to learn more, we're doubtful and skeptical. Curiosity, when used properly, promotes innovation.
It allows us to keep an open mind. We're more likely to explore different ideas and perspectives when we're curious. We're also more likely to be open to new information and willing to change our beliefs if necessary. Additionally, curiosity can help us become better learners. We're more motivated to learn more about something when we're curious about it. We're also more likely to remember what we've learned.
So the next time you find yourself questioning something, try to stay curious. Ask yourself why you doubt it in the first place. What would it take to convince you? And most importantly, be open to the possibility that you may be wrong. After all, that's how we learn and grow. Counted among the most curious people that this planet has seen, Albert Einstein once said,
"The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existence. One cannot help but be in awe when he contemplates the mysteries of eternity, of life, of the marvelous structure of reality. It is enough if one tries merely to comprehend a little of this mystery each day. "
There are different ways to put your curiosity to use. Here are some examples of what you could be curious about when it comes to anything that you are ingesting:
- Does the product label list all the ingredients?
- Are the "other ingredients" used in the formula safe for you or if you think they are unsafe for you, what makes you so sure about that thought?
- If a product is listing "proprietary formula" on its label, what is it trying to keep from you? - the dosage of the ingredients used or maybe the complete list of ingredients.
- How do you know that the supplement is safe for you? Is it regularly tested for pollutants like heavy metals and microorganisms at ISO-certified labs?
Do not jump to a conclusion without researching. If your source of information is the internet, only read trustworthy sites like healthline.com or
medicalnewstoday.com that publish articles backed by science and research.
You could also reach out to the brand with your questions and more questions until you are convinced about the answers.
After all, it is your life, and you have the right to know what goes into it. If you have any questions about our products, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Curiosity at Teaveli:
We're a curious bunch at Teaveli. We're always exploring new things and asking questions about every ingredient, process and claim we make. It drives us forward, helps us learn, stay efficient and effective for you.
Stay curious! :)