Iodine Purification Symptoms

When you begin your Truehope Nascent Iodine Protocol it is important that you start slowly, and gradually increase the Iodine as tolerated. If you go too quickly you may experience detoxification or purification symptoms while eliminating Bromide, Fluoride, and Chlorine. In some cases even though you have started very gradually on the Iodine you may still experience symptoms of detoxification that might cause some discomfort.

If this happens there is a solution. Iodine users often use the salt-loading protocol to clear bromide and many other detox symptoms. Salt has been used for over 100 years by physicians to clear bromide symptoms.

The Salt Loading Protocol is as follows:

  • ¼ tsp.* unprocessed, unrefined salt dissolved in ½ cup of warm water, then followed immediately with 12- 16 ounces of pure water.
  • Repeat in 30 – 45 minutes if needed and then once again, in order to start the urination process, where you are excreting a good amount of urine. The chloride in the salt flushes the bromine into the urine.

If this does not resolve the detoxification symptoms in a few days, then you may need to adjust the dosage of the Iodine.

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4 reasons why EMPowerplus is better than generic multivitamins

It’s not uncommon for us to hear from people who say that our products are just too expensive, especially since most insurance plans won’t cover them. On the surface, EMPowerplus does seem expensive, especially if you’re under the impression that they’re just as good as generic multivitamins.

However, there are 4 specific things that show that EMPowerplus is actually great value for your money.

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This diet may improve depression, anxiety & stress

In April 2019, researchers in Iran published a study in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, showing a connection between diet and mental health.

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5 people whose lives have changed because of EMPowerplus

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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Malnourishment connected to depression

In January 2019, researchers in Turkey published a study in Progress in Nutrition, showing a connection between malnourishment and depression in older adults.

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Why we should take amino acids

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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Are you taking the right omega-3 for your mental health?

You probably already know about the important role omega-3 fatty acids play in mental health. A study earlier this year found a connection between omega-3 consumption and ADHD symptoms in children and two studies last year found connections between omega-3 consumption and depression and bipolar symptoms.

And you might even be taking omega-3 supplements yourself to boost your own mental health. But are you taking the right kind of omega-3 fatty acids?

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A diet low in magnesium may be connected to depression

Researchers in Turkey recently published a study in Clinical Nutrition, showing a connection between magnesium consumption and mental health.

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3 studies that show sugar connected to poor mental health

A large body of research has emerged over the years that shows a healthy diet is connected with positive mental health, and a significant portion of that research also shows the opposite (poor diet is connected to poor mental health).

One particular area of diet that seems to be the most alarming is sugar. This includes sweets, soft drinks, desserts, added sugar in drinks, and so on.

Here are 3 studies published within the last few months that show a connection between sugar consumption and mental health:

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Food insecurity connected to depression and other health issues

Portuguese researchers recently published a study in Frontiers in Public Health, showing a connection between food insecurity and depression. This follows a 2017 study out of Uganda that showed a similar connection.

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