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CBS New York: Bob Salter Interviews MicroNourish Founder On Micronutrients & Burn-Out

  WFAN Radio Interview: Micronutrients & Burn-Out On May 7, 2015, Bob Salter interviewed MicroNourish Founder, Nadia Tarazi for MicroNourish about the importance of micronutrients, the impact micronutrients have on mental wellness, and the brain-gut connection. Press play below to listen to the full interview. You can also access it here: http://newyork.cbslocal.com/audio/bob-salter/  

Do Micronutrients Hold The Key To More Mindful Eating?

“We each have an inner register that can tell us how to eat, when to eat, what to eat, when to stop eating.  Eating is like other bodily functions – sleeping, peeing, walking, sneezing. Our body sends us signals, which we can respond to.” Susie Orbach, Psychotherapist & Author, On Eating Is your body sending you[…]

Micronutrient Deficiencies: Why Your Diet May Not Be As Nutritious As You Think

“Sadly, each successive generation of fast-growing, pest-resistant carrot is truly less good for you than the one before.” Scientific American Your veggie-filled diet may not be as nutritious as you think You eat well. Your diet is balanced, and rich in natural, earthy foods. But, given the diminishing number of nutrients making it through the[…]

Are ‘Mass Food Production’ and ‘Nutrient Density’ Incompatible Goals?

“Our 50-year experiment with industrial agriculture has failed. I believe this conclusion will be readily apparent to anyone willing to seriously examine American diet and health statistics over the past century.” John Iker, Professor Emeritus, University of Missouri, Columbia The impact of a changing agriculture industry. The vanishing micronutrient-content of our food is alarming. But[…]

Is A Gut-Brain Disconnect Behind Your Overeating?

The surges of Dopamine behind your cravings The gut-brain connection has attracted a lot of buzz in the mental health space recently. Now, research suggests that improving the connection between your first brain and second brain could significantly reduce your urge to overeat and strengthen the “full signal” that helps you stop eating when full*.[…]

Could Micronutrients Help Veterans?

Recent study indicates micronutrients may help reduce intrusive thoughts after trauma There has been an increasing amount of attention being paid to the role micronutrients play in mental health, and recent research suggests this may extend to those suffering  following traumatic incidents. A recent study** conducted in New Zealand after the 6.3 earthquake in 2011[…]

Infographic – How Does Your Poop Measure Up?

“I didn’t realize how much my digestive habits ruled my life before.” One of the things we hear all the time is that people’s digestive habits change (for the better) when they start taking micronutrients, probiotics and enzymes. Poop is a surprisingly easy measure of wellness. So, where were you before, and where are you[…]

Gut Reactions: Why Your Gut Is A Barometer For Your Mental Well-Being

Your gut instincts may tell you more than you realized  You’re up for a job interview. Or you have a dreaded conversation coming. How is your stomach feeling? We know intuitively from everyday experience that our emotional state can upset our stomachs. But there is also a scientific correlation. People who have mental health concerns[…]

Is Your Busy Life Derailing Your Healthy Eating Goals?

Did you have a nutritious breakfast this morning? Or were you like me, replacing a nutritious breakfast with a cup of coffee and sugary snack to see you through a crazed morning? If so, you’ll have likely experienced this lack of nutritional fuel manifesting itself in severe cravings later in the day. Perhaps this has even led to[…]

Health & Wellness: Give Your Mom The Gift Of Health

  Health & Wellness: Gift Your Mom The Gift Of Health MicroNourish System Give Mom the gift of health, with a new product designed to promote inner balance and mental clarity. Research indicates that micronutrients (trace minerals and vitamins) are important for maintaining mood stability and focus. Unfortunately, with our modern lifestyles, many people are[…]