Why EMPowerplus is better than generic multivitamins

A common statement we hear from our EMPowerplus critics is that Truehope vitamins are far too expensive and you can get the same vitamins at Walmart (although really you can get multivitamins just about anywhere) for far less money.

Now, if all things were equal (production process, composition, etc), this argument of our detractors would be right: our micronutrient formulation would be more expensive. But are all things equal?

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Mediterranean diet may improve cognitive function in older adults

Spanish researchers recently published a study in the peer-reviewed journal Nutritión Hospitalaria showing a connection between consuming a Mediterranean diet and cognitive function, at least among older adults.

79 people over the age of 75 participated in the study. Researchers tracked their diet using the Mediterranean Diet Adherence Screener. They used the Mini Mental State Examination to measure cognitive decline.

During the study period, the researchers found a positive relationship between eating a Mediterranean diet and improved cognitive function.

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Cutting out junk food may improve ADHD

Last year, Indian researchers published a study in the Asian Journal of Home Science showing a connection between nutrition and the severity of ADHD symptoms.

The researchers studied 50 children who had ADHD symptoms and who were between the ages of 4 and 12. They were the split into two groups: a control group and a nutritional intervention group. During 6 sessions, researchers assessed their nutritional consumption and their ADHD symptom severity.

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How much EMPowerplus should I be taking?

A common question we get from new and potential customers is how much EMPowerplus to take each day. This is a difficult question to answer; it’s too complex of an issue to give a simple, inclusive solution.

Mental health disorders affect everyone differently, influenced by environment, genetics, neurotransmitter levels, severity, and so forth. So if mental health disorders affect each person differently, it would make sense that there’s no across-the-board solution for managing them.

This is why it’s also important that persons with mental disorders approach management of those disorders holistically when seeking out solutions,

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The 4 most common triggers of panic attacks

Not too long ago, we blogged about anxiety being more than just panic attacks. This article caught the attention of Jackie Edwards, a freelance writer who has suffered with crippling panic attacks and accompanying bouts of depression for years. They started when she worked in a high pressured job; the long hours and the lack of rest and relaxation led to a great deal of stress.

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Choline may be able to reduce anxiety levels

In 2009, Norwegian researchers published a study in the The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition regarding the role that the essential nutrient choline plays in mental health.

Studying nearly 6000 subjects, researchers discovered that levels of choline were related to anxiety levels: those with lower choline levels had higher levels of anxiety, and those with higher choline levels had lower levels of anxiety.

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Why these 20 foods may help you feel better

Did you know that iron is a critical nutrient in the production of neurotransmitters the body uses to manage our mental health?

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Our breakfast may affect our mental health

American researchers published a study earlier this year in NeuroRegulation finding a connection between what we eat for breakfast and our mental health.

The study was a case study involving a 12-year-old girl. The researchers had participate in 3 different breakfast scenarios, then they measured her brain activity using quantitative EEG.

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ADHD stimulant use associated with lower bone mass in children

At the end of 2016, American researchers published a study in JAMA Pediatrics investigating the connection between ADHD stimulant use and bone mass in children.

Researchers analyzed 6 years of data collected from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey database, a series of cross-sectional, nationally representative health and nutrition surveys of the US population. Specifically, they looked at nearly 6,500 young people between 8 and 20 years of age.

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3 mental health areas where the Mediterranean diet shines

Did you know that if you follow a Mediterranean diet, you could improve your mental health?

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