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· Supports Well-Balanced Mental Health
· Contains Most Bioavailable (Easily Metabolised) Form of Folic Acid
· May Improve Sleep, Anxiety, Depression, Alertness, and More
· Daily Help for Mood Swings
· 100% Safe, Natural, and Effective
Mental health research is advancing, but even top scientists admit that the medical community has more work to do to find a pharmaceutical solution that works. Nutritional researchers have also made fascinating discoveries. And, as the latest studies show, supplementing missing nutrients and medicinal herbs can help to manage or reverse some mental health issues completely.
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What makes Emotion Nutrition™ different?
Emotion Nutrition™ has been formulated to support optimal mental health and can provide relief for mood imbalances ranging from minor to complex.
These well-studied herbs and nutrients make it possible:
· B vitamins: Vitamins B1, B3, B5, B6, and B12 are known stress-relievers and can help maintain healthy nervous system function. Since these vitamins can't be stored in our bodies, we need a daily supply from diet and supplements to stay balanced and relaxed.
· Ginkgo biloba: Without any reported side effects in over 34 human studies published since 1975, ginkgo biloba is medicinal herb that supports improved brain health, anxiety, and energy.
· Magnesium: It’s the calming mineral many anxiety and restless leg sufferers swear by: Magnesium may relieve insomnia, headaches, muscle cramps, anxiety, eczema, and mood imbalance and could ease depression better than pharmaceutical medicine.
· Folate: Folate, or vitamin B9, can be found in fortified foods, and yet, few people can effectively absorb it in its synthetic form. Quatrefolic® is the most bioavailable form of folic acid that can be easily broken down into metabolically active 5-MTHF, the only form that can cross the blood-brain barrier to help synthesize norepinephrine, serotonin, and dopamine and improve depression.
· L-glutamine: An anti-stress amino acid, L-glutamine helps regulate the immune system and strengthen the gut barrier to minimize the effects of anxiety, depression, and outside stressors. L-glutamine is likely to be depleted during stressful times, and a daily supplement may restore mental balance.
· L-tyrosine: L-tyrosine is another potent amino acid that functions as a building block for norepinephrine, dopamine, epinephrine, and thyroid hormones. L-tyrosine is adaptogenic and can help the body function better, and with less fatigue, under stress. The amino acid may also significantly improve mood in cold, dark winter climates.
· St. John's wort: This potent medicinal herb most commonly used as a natural antidepressant may also relieve symptoms of PMS, menopause, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and anxiety. Some studies show that using the herb can support addiction recovery by reducing cravings and withdrawal symptoms.
Find balance. Feel better.
Even with extensive research, pharmaceuticals' effects on the brain are still poorly understood, and many mental health sufferers turn to nutritional medicine. As doctors often advise their patients when taking a new mood-balancing medication: Every brain's chemistry is different. Every person may have a unique reaction to a prescription medication, for better or worse.
For many people, taking research-backed nutrients to support mental health puts their minds at ease. Safe, natural, and chemical-free nutrients that have been used for centuries in ancient medicine can bring balance to the mind without harming the body.
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