What are the antioxidants in Truehope EMPowerplus?

 

Truehope’s flagship formula, EMPowerplus Advanced, is a combination of 36 vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and amino acids perfectly balanced to provide the nutrients your body needs for optimal brain function.

The vitamins are pretty easy to pick out from our list of ingredients. Some of the minerals are easy, too, but even the harder ones aren’t too tough with the help of a quick Google search or a periodic table. What you’re left with are 3 amino acids and 3 antioxidants.

The 3 antioxidants we chose are citrus bioflavonoids, grape seed extract, and ginkgo biloba leaf, and here’s why:

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These 11 foods might improve your depression

Mental health researchers, Dr. Bonnie Kaplan and Dr. Julia Rucklidge, recently published an article on Mad in America, where they summarize and discuss a recent Australian study exploring the connection between improved nutrition and its effect on depression.

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Mediterranean diet may influence ADHD

Spanish researchers recently published an article in the American Academy of Pediatrics’ academic journal Pediatrics that shows a possible connection between adherence to the Mediterranean diet and prevalence of ADHD in children and adolescents.

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How Chinese food can improve your mental health

In 2011, researchers in China published a study in Public Health Nutrition about the effect specific diets have on mental health.

This group of 8 researchers—along with public and school nurses, as well as interviewers—studied the eating habits of over 5,000 Chinese youth ranging in age from 13–21. They also measured their levels of depression and anxiety.

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Follow Truehope founder on Twitter

Anthony Stephan, who founded Truehope over 20 years ago, is now on Twitter.

Following the death of his wife in 1994, Anthony was desperate to avoid seeing his children (who lived with bipolar) meeting the same fate. He founded Truehope with a mission to improve mental well being through nutrition.

In the decades since then, the Truehope formula has been studied by nearly 50 independent researchers in over 30 studies published in peer-reviewed journals.

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The role gut bacteria play in anorexia

Two German researchers recently published an article in European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, where they show that an increasing number of clinical studies show a connection between the digestive system and anorexia nervosa.

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Nearly 50 independent researchers have studied Truehope EMPowerplus

Shortly after Truehope founder, Anthony Stephan, discovered the Truehope formula, he realized it was critical that his discovery was validated by science. He finally found a researcher at the University of Calgary who was willing (but reluctant) to try EMPowerplus in a pilot study.

16 years later, the EMPowerplus formula has been the subject of 32 academic papers, including case-control designs, case studies using with-subject crossover designs, open-label case series,

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Study says EMPowperplus can reduce psychosis medication

Earlier this month, American researchers published an article in The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine showing that EMPowerplus can help reduce the amount of medication people need to use to treat psychotic disorder.

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5 people with depression share how Truehope changed their lives

Having been in business for over 20 years, we’ve helped hundreds of thousands of people find happiness, hope, and healing, including those who have depression.

Here are just 5 stories from participants with depression. Read how EMPowerplus changed their lives, and see if any of it sounds familiar to you.

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Eating this many fruits and veggies may lower depression

Researchers in China, Bangladesh, Wales, and Canada recently published a study in the BMC Psychiatry journal showing a connection between depression rates and fruit and vegetable consumption.

The researchers studied over 14,000 adults 18 years old and older in Bangladesh, India, and Nepal. They analyzed their self-reported depression results, as well as their fruit and vegetable consumption.

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