THE BETTER BRAIN Leads to a Better You

Pharmaceutical Companies Do Not Want You to Read This

Doctors and pharmaceutical companies risk losing an obscene amount of cash if you read and follow THE BETTER BRAIN. Lucky for you, Drs. Bonnie J. Kaplan and Julia J. Rucklidge, leading scientists in the nutrition and mental health arenas, stand tall in their resolve to expose the undeniable link between mental health and nutrition.

Your Struggle Ends Now

When you read THE BETTER BRAIN, you discover how nutrients can treat mental health issues. That’s right. The peace you seek may lie in what you consume, not expensive pharmacy trips and time-wasting doctor appointments.

Drs. Kaplan and Rucklidge teamed up to create a book that’s unapologetically challenging conversations on mental health: THE BETTER BRAIN Overcome Anxiety, Combat Depression, and Reduce ADHD and Stress with Nutrition. THE BETTER BRAIN doesn’t just explain what nutrients do in your brain; it offers you powerful, life-changing solutions. This groundbreaking book includes:

  • A comprehensive program for better brain health that teaches you to use nutrition to improve your mental health.
  • Ideas on how to rethink your food choices.



To Lunch, or Not to Lunch: This Isn’t a Question or a Debate

The third Friday of June is National Take Back the Lunch Day. Why do you need a national holiday to spotlight the importance of a lunch break, you ask? Consider the following facts:

  • “… employees who take lunch breaks are more likely to report being efficient at work and satisfied with their jobs…”
  • “… nearly 90 percent of employees consider the ability to take a lunch break critical when accepting a new job…”
  • “…



Sleep is Your Ghostwriter. Get Enough to Write a Great Day.

Sleep is a five-letter word that you develop a push-and-pull relationship with as you age. As a child, you’re forced to go to bed, dragging your favorite tattered blanket across the floor as you and your footed pajamas reluctantly listen to who’s in charge. Your pre-teen and teen years come next, riddled with activities and responsibilities that make sleep look like your nemesis instead of your ally. From demanding extracurriculars to mountains of homework, sleep takes a backseat to the things in your life that bring judgment,



Inositol: Your Ticket to Z-Town

It’s well-known and accepted that nutritional supplements don’t produce tangible results overnight. Supplements are something that, typically, you feel the benefits of after consistently consuming them. This widespread understanding of how supplements work is why Truehope’s Inositol stands out in the best way possible. 

Kids, Teens, & Adults Wrestle with Restless Nights

One look at Inositol’s reviews and your curiosity peaks as you read testimonials that say Inositol provides “immediate and powerful impact on my anxiety attacks,” Inositol is “helpful with his anxiety,



A Fight With Your Fork Ends Up Stabbing You in Your Health

Starting each day with a nutritional supplement, like EMPowerplus Advanced, is fantastic, but a vitamin alone won’t save you from the mountain of processed food and sugary beverages you consume.

You’ve Already Learned the Secret

You’ve likely heard one or more of the following common phrases:

“You are what you eat.”
“Abs are made in the kitchen.”
“Losing weight is 80% diet and 20% exercise.”
“You can’t outrun your fork.”

These phrases are common for a reason;


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Dental Damage or Dental Health: Only One Choice Away

One of my most popular pieces remains Gummy Vitamins: Less Yabba Dabba Doo, More Yabba Dabba Don’t. As I ask myself why it was more popular than others, I arrive at one conclusion: That piece exposed the fact that an accepted truth is false. Yes, those delicious gummy vitamins that include the adorable Flintstone ones are one of dentists’ worst nightmares.

It’s no wonder that as soon as I realized National Dental Care Month popped up in May that my previous ‘Yabba Dabba’ piece jumped to the forefront of my mind.



Iodine Can’t Be An I-Owe-You. Give Your Body What It Craves.

Many articles and experts discuss iodine. It’s a mineral your body needs for your thyroid gland, but one that your body doesn’t produce. But what does an iodine deficiency look and feel like? Why should you care whether or not your body has this essential mineral?

The Face of Iodine Deficiency

Healthline shares the following 10 signs and symptoms of an iodine deficiency:

  1. Swelling in the Neck
    • “Swelling in the front of the neck, or a goiter is a common symptom of an iodine deficiency.



Diets, Filters, & Tossing Out the Scale: Beauty Redefined

“This May 6, put away your scale and form a new relationship with the person in the mirror for International No Diet Day. For so many people, and especially women, unattainable body standards and pressure have prompted eating disorders, low self-esteem, bullying, and unhealthily restrictive diets.” 

The previous quote from National Today isn’t about eating Cheetos on May 6th until your fingers are an inch deep with cheese dust. It’s about taking a moment to evaluate whether your idea of health and beauty is sound and healthy.



Iodine: You need it. You don’t produce it. So go get it.

Attention: “The salt used in processed foods, which is the major source of salt for most Americans, typically does not contain iodine.” 

Why is it important to consume iodine?

Why should you care about iodine, you ask? Simply put, iodine is an essential mineral, and your body doesn’t produce it. Since your body doesn’t make iodine, you must consume it; otherwise, your thyroid gland won’t function correctly. Since the thyroid gland “plays a major role in the metabolism,



You Are What Stands Between Youth & the Nutrients They Need

April 26th through April 30th of 2021 is Every Kid Healthy Week.

  • Monday, April 26th– Mindful Monday
    • Social. Emotional. Health.
  • Tuesday, April 27th– Tasty Tuesday
    • Nutrition and Food Access
  • Wednesday, April 28th– Wellness Wednesday
    • Self-care Strategies
  • Thursday, April 29th– Thoughtful Thursday
    • Connectedness.