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.

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New study has linked ADHD with fatty acids

In May 2019, researchers in Spain published a study in the peer-reviewed journal Brain Sciences, showing a connection between diet and ADHD.

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Healthy diet linked to lower odds of depression

In June 2019, researchers in Korea published a study in the peer-reviewed journal Current Developments in Nutrition, showing a connection between diet and depression.

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This diet may reduce anxiety, distress & depression

In June 2019, the peer-review journal Nutritional Neuroscience published a study by researchers in Canada and Iran that shows a connection between diet and mental health.

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Pro-inflammation diet could raise depression risk by 15%

In June 2019, The Journal of Nutrition published the findings of researchers in France who had investigated any connection between a pro-inflammation diet and depression risk.

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This diet may reduce depression and distress

In May 2019, the peer-reviewed journal Journal of Affective Disorders published a study in which researchers from Canada and Iran reported a link between diet and mental health.

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This vitamin connected to depression during pregnancy

In May 2019, the peer-reviewed journal Research in Nursing & Health published a study in which researchers from the United States reported a link between vitamin B12 levels and depression among pregnant women.

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This diet may improve cognition

In December 2013, researchers in Spain published a study in the Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry, showing a connection between diet and cognition.

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Yet another reason to not drink soft drinks.

In 2017, researchers in China recruited over 8,000 university students in a study exploring links between soft drink consumption and mental health. They published the results of that study earlier this month in the peer-reviewed journal Public Health Nutrition.

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Eating this food may increase your Alzheimers risk

In March 2019, researchers in China published a study in The Journal of Prevention of Alzheimer’s Disease, showing a connection between diet and cognitive function.

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