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Studies Show Phosphatidylserine Offers Support for Hyperactivity – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 219

Studies Show Phosphatidylserine Offers Support for Hyperactivity – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 219

There’s evidence that Phosphatidylserine, along with vegetable and fish oils, improves the brain function of those with ADD and ADHD.

This Type of Dementia is Curable – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 216

This Type of Dementia is Curable – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 216

Doctors are finding that there are brain diseases that seem to be curable, including what is called autoimmune dementia.

How Tocotrienols Supports Brain Health – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 207

How Tocotrienols Supports Brain Health – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 207

Invite Health Podcast, Episode hosted by Jerry Hickey. Ph Subscribe Today! Vitamin E is a very well-known nutritional supplement. It’s a chain-breaking antioxidant and fatty tissue. Considering that the brain is about 60% fat, it would seem that Vitamin E should be very important for […]

Experiencing Brain Fatigue? L-Tyrosine Can Help! – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 190

Experiencing Brain Fatigue? L-Tyrosine Can Help! – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 190

We’ve all experienced the feeling of staying out late but still having to get up early for work or class the next morning. If you’ve ever burnt the candle at both ends like this, L-Tyrosine may help!

The Gut-Brain Axis: The Link Between Your Gut and Brain, Part 2 – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 176

The Gut-Brain Axis: The Link Between Your Gut and Brain, Part 2 – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 176

In Part 1, we discussed how the gut impacted your memory. Now, in Part 2, let’s discuss the link between your gut and your mood. Here’s what you need to know.

The Gut-Brain Axis: The Link Between Your Gut and Brain, Part 1 – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 175

The Gut-Brain Axis: The Link Between Your Gut and Brain, Part 1 – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 175

Our gut is often referred to as our second brain. Expressions like “a gut feeling” or “butterflies in my stomach” refer to this connection. Much of this communication has to do with the trillions of bacteria that reside in our digestive tract.