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Women in Business: Nadia Tarazi, Founder, MicroNourish

Women in Business: Nadia Tarazi, Founder, MicroNourish This interview appeared in Huffington Post on April 24, 2015. Nadia Tarazi is the Founder of MicroNourish®, an advanced nutrient system designed to target brain and gut balance for stable moods, mental clarity and a calmer relationship with food. Nadia curates the online magazine, You Are What You Absorb®,[…]

Poor Diet May Trigger Low Moods

  Poor Diet My Trigger Poor Moods This segment was taken from Dr. Wulffson’s article on on April 4, 2015. The link to the full article can be found at the bottom of this page. “An increasing body of research suggests that maintaining micronutrient sufficiency helps support balanced moods, mental clarity and a balanced[…]

10 Reasons To Strengthen Your Brain-Gut Connection

  10 Reasons to Strengthen Your Brain-Gut Connection In the last few years, there has been mounting research focused on the role that gut balance plays in a balanced mind. As just one example, The National Institute of Health (NIH) has spent millions on the Human Microbiome Project that studies the various ways that microbiome[…]

Kick My Butt. Take My Money.

  Kick My Butt. Take My Money. “Clap like a seal! Feel the burn! You’re worth it!” That’s Emma Galland, a smiling, merciless spinning instructor, barking at resolute participants in Aqua ’s underwater cycling class this week in Tribeca. It wasn’t the most intense workout, but maybe that’s because I was laughing too hard to[…]

Press Release: Announcing MicroNourish Launch

MicroNourish System Announces U.S. Launch, Supporting Brain-Gut Balance with Powerful Nutrients System of Micronutrients & Digestive Formulas Promotes Inner Balance, Mental Clarity, and Balanced Relationship With Food NEW YORK, NY—(17 March, 2015)— MicroNourish, a premier system of nutritional formulas designed to target brain and gut balance, today announced its launch in the United States. The[…]

Studies: Could More Calcium Improve Your PMS?

Calcium is an essential element most widely known for its effects on bone health and its implications on osteoporosis.  However most people don’t know that calcium levels have also been implicated in affecting mood in women that suffer from the Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS). PMS may cause mood swings, irritability, fatigue, and depression*. Calcium Levels and[…]