Support Your Thyroid With Truehope Nascent Iodine Advanced

Many people struggle to get enough iodine in their diet. This mineral is naturally occurring in sea vegetables like dulse, kelp and nori, plus fish, shellfish, dairy, eggs and iodized salt. Unfortunately conventional medical wisdom tells us to minimize egg consumption due to the cholesterol they contain, to minimize sodium consumption, and for most of us, fish and sea vegetable consumption is saved for the occasional sushi. Not to mention that the mineral depletion of our soils makes it hard for iodine to find its way into our food chain. 

Why do you need iodine?

Iodine plays an important role in the healthy functioning of your thyroid gland. The thyroid produces the hormone thyroxine (T4), which later converts to the active form triiodothyronine (T3). The body builds these hormones out of the amino acid tyrosine and the mineral iodine. Tyrosine is easy to get from your diet, but without that elusive iodine, your thyroid will struggle to make thyroid hormone, resulting in hypothyroid symptoms.

The thyroid and it’s hormones T4 and T3 control your metabolism. We think of metabolism as influencing our weight, but it is also involved in all the processes that keep us alive!

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Are you using AminoPower Advanced with EMPowerplus yet?

AminoPower Advanced is a blend of 7 vitamins and 23 free-form amino acids, including all the branch chain and essential amino acids. It rapidly absorbs, providing the body and brain with an ideal balance of amino acids to promote mental and physical wellbeing.

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Nascent Iodine Advanced combines tradition & tech

Iodine is an element essential for healthy thyroid hormone production and efficient metabolism. Sufficient levels of iodine increase cell absorption of nutrients, including vitamins and minerals. Unfortunately, conventional iodine products lack the potency the body requires.

That’s why we created Nascent Iodine Advanced.

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Why Truehope Inositol could help you relax

Do you find yourself lying in bed, unable to sleep? Do you suffer from physical restlessness, tossing and turning all night? Do you have restless leg?

Truehope Inositol may help you sleep better at night.

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How probiotics are connected to mental health

Our society has developed into an antibiotic culture so intent on destroying bacteria — we often expect a prescription to cure even a minor infection — that in the process of destroying harmful bacteria, we’ve also eradicated much of the beneficial bacteria in our bodies.

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How EMPowerplus changed the lives of these 5 people

From time to time, we receive testimonials from our valued participants sharing with us how our products and programs have been making a difference in their lives.

Here are just 5:

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What is EMPowerplus?

You’ve probably seen Truehope in the news at some point. Or perhaps you’ve seen one of our videos on YouTube? Or maybe you even had a friend tell you about EMPowerplus, our most popular product.

But what is EMPowerplus exactly?

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This product helps EMPowerplus target ADHD & depression

Want to naturally strengthen your immune system? Try Truehope OLE, a natural extract from the olive leaf, standardized to 17% oleuropein.

Oleuropein is a liquid extract made directly from fresh olive leaves and known for its antibacterial and antifungal properties. It gained international attention when American researchers presented that it had an antioxidant capacity almost double that of green tea extract and 400% higher than vitamin C1.

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3 reasons you may need an amino acid supplement

Amino acids are the building blocks of life. We use them every day to build tissues (such as muscles) and to create hormones and neurotransmitters.

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