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Supplementation with Acetyl-L-Carnitine Can Improve Symptoms of Depression

Date Posted November 11th, 2017
According to research recently published in Psychosomatic Medicine, deficiency of acetyl-L-carnitine (ALC) appears to increase one’s risk of developing depression.  ALC, one of the most widely investigated brain nutrients, has been shown to quickly improve mental energy and focus.  S...read more »

Multi-vitamins Shown to Improve Focus and Other Symptoms of ADHD

Date Posted October 22nd, 2017
According to results of a clinical trial recently published in The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, regular use of a multi-vitamin/mineral supplement can improve symptoms of aggression and emotional instability in children suffering from ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder).&nb...read more »

The Many Health Benefits of Phenylethylamine (PEA) - Your Brain's Natural Stimulant

Date Posted August 13th, 2017
I use PEA-based supplements, both to augment the effects of prescription medication and as a stand-alone agent, to treat many different symptoms associated with various conditions: Fatigue Brain fog (fuzzy thinking) Poor concentration/attention/focus Lack of motivation No sense of joy You ...read more »

Cogniben - The First Multi-target Modulator for Cognitive Support

Date Posted July 24th, 2017
In partnership with TriNutraTM , LLC and Integrative Psychiatry, Inc., we at Health Remedies are pleased to announce the launch of CognibenTM,  a novel multi-target nutraceutical designed to give you: Enhanced focus, concentration, and energy Heightened mental alertness and clarity of thoug...read more »

Probiotic Strain - Bifidobacterium longum - in Triflora Reduces Symptoms of Depression in Adults With Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

Date Posted July 8th, 2017
Recent research out of McMaster University has shown that a core strain found in our Triflora probiotic – Bifidobacterium longum – may lessen symptoms of depression and relieve gastrointestinal upset.  Investigators from the Farncombe Family Digestive Health Research Institute disc...read more »

Alpha-Lipoic Acid and EPA Help Overweight and Obese Women Lose Weight

Date Posted June 18th, 2017
Results of a double-blinded randomized clinical research trial show that α-lipoic acid, separately or in combination with the omega-3 fatty acid EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid), “may help to promote weight loss in healthy overweight/obese women following energy-restricted diets.” The ...read more »

Sleep Deprivation Has Become A National Health Priority

Date Posted April 23rd, 2017
There’s a common notion that sleep is a waste of time and that we can get away with less than we really need. The stark reality, however, is that cutting corners and burning the candle at both ends leaves us ill-equipped to play at the top of our game. We are less mentally sharp, more prone to...read more »

The Evidence is "Strong:" Obesity Linked to 11 Cancers

Date Posted March 5th, 2017
Yet another reason to manage your weight.  According to a recent study published online in the British Medical Journal, there is "strong" evidence linking obesity to 11 different types of cancer.   The new study, known as an “umbrella review,” looked at 95 previously published...read more »

Tune In For The Addiction Recovery Revolution Summit: Sign Up and Listen For Free!

Date Posted March 1st, 2017
Hello Friends, Have you ever wondered if you have a problem with alcohol, drugs, sex, or food?  Do you or a loved one suffer from addiction?  Are you currently in recovery and desperately want and need to stay clean and sober?  If so, please tune into the upcoming Addiction Recovery...read more »

Depression Is As Hard On Your Heart As Obesity

Date Posted February 18th, 2017
Depression is as bad for your heart as obesity and high cholesterol.  This news, startling to some, comes from a report by researchers from the Helmholtz Zentrum München, the Technical University of Munich (TUM), and the German Center for Cardiovascular Disease (DZHK), recently published i...read more »