Nourish Your Mind

What foods can help balance a Worried Mind? Which supplements might speed up that process? Get the answers below.

Eat First & Supplement Second

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Supplements for the Worried Mind

There are six main supplements to help balance a Worried Mind and for ongoing resilience in body and mind. They are listed below, in order of importance. If you want only one supplement, go with the "Key Supplement." Note that the first three choices are more targeted and may need 30-60 days of consistent use.** After that period, continue using them only as needed. Be sure to speak with your doctor before beginning any supplement.

Key Supplement: Peace of Mind

Peace of Mind contains L-theanine, which supports the brain’s primary calming chemical (GABA) and may help reduce stress and worry and improve sleep.*

Extra Boost: Relax Powder

Relax Powder contains a unique form of magnesium to help calm brain activity and supports serotonin production, sleep, and muscle relaxation.*

Still Feel Anxious?

Calm Days promotes relaxation by increasing GABA activity in the brain. GABA helps promote a sense of tranquility and counteracts the effects of stress.*

Nourish Daily

If your diet is not ideal or if you are dealing with a lot of stress, Nourish is a premium multivitamin/mineral blend that can help fill in nutritional gaps while building your body-mind resilience.*

Strengthen Daily

An omega-3 supplement is beneficial for nearly everyone. Strengthen is a high-quality choice that feeds the brain what it needs for optimal functioning and to support a healthy mood.*

Illuminate Seasonally

It's common to feel a negative impact on mood and energy when the sun goes part-time during the winter. If you can relate, consider supplementing with Illuminate from November through March.*

This website is for informational and entertainment purposes only and is not a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.  
**Consult your healthcare practitioner prior to use. Individuals taking medication should discuss potential interactions with their healthcare practitioner.

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