Amare Global Research White Paper

Modulation of the Gut-Heart-Brain-Axis Improves Mood, Metabolism, and Mental Wellness Shawn M. Talbott, PhD As the Chief Science Officer for Amare Global (“The Mental Wellness Company”), one of the most frequent questions that I get from Amare customers and Brand Partners is related to “the research” – where to find it, what it means, and

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Level Up

Ancient Remedies for Modern Performance (Nootropics – Adaptogens – Psychobiotics) The Elusive Nature of Human Performance The desire to perform at our best and achieve our goals is inherent in human nature. Improving how we feel, how we look, and how we perform is an on-going quest that many of us strive for. Unfortunately, while

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How to Help Someone with Anxiety: 5 All-Natural Strategies

Is someone in your life struggling with anxiety?Experiencing anxiety is a normal psychological mood state. This is important to understand because there is a difference  between the disease (Generalized Anxiety Disorder) and the everyday, common feeling of anxiety that we all experience at different points in our lives. While professional help from mental health professionals is

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Next Generation Nootropics

Nootropics, pronounced like “Noah” (the guy with the ark), are also known as “smart drugs” or “brain boosters” or cognitive enhancers.  I have an “explainer video” on YouTube here = https://youtu.be/8_IUhz4z__E The word comes from “noo” for mind and “tropic” for changing, and these “mind-changing” substances help to enhance cognitive function, including memory, focus, and

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The ABCs of Happiness, Meaning, and a “Good Life”

Today (March 20, 2024) is “International Day of Happiness” and earlier this morning, the United Nations released the World Happiness Report 2024, which you can read and download at = https://worldhappiness.report The biggest “take-aways” from the report and the “State of Happiness 2024 Conference” that launched this year’s report this morning, are that the USA

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How to Go to Sleep Naturally: Holistic Tips for Deep, Restorative Rest

Are you or someone in your life having a hard time sleeping?Sleep issues are, without exaggeration, at epidemic levels right now. Everyone is tired, and everyone is tired of being tired. But this doesn’t have to be you. And it doesn’t have to be your loved ones.There are natural, proven ways to get a better night’s rest

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How to Help Someone Who Is Stressed: My Top 5 Strategies

Are you concerned about a friend or loved one’s feelings of stress?You’re not alone.In today’s fast-paced world, stress is inevitable.And when you notice a friend or family member who is experiencing stress, it’s natural to want to do all you can to help and support them.There are traditional stress management techniques like diet, deep breathing,

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Leaky Gut Regimen

I’ve written and talked a lot about “Leaky Gut” – aka “impaired gut integrity” leading to “metabolic endotoxemia” and eventually to virtually every Auto-Immune System disease including: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS); Fibromyalgia; post-COVID Syndrome; Celiac disease (and gluten-sensitivity); Hashimoto’s thyroiditis; Inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis); Multiple sclerosis; Rheumatoid arthritis; Sjögren syndrome; Systemic lupus

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HAPPY is the new SEXY (t-shirts)!

100% of proceeds support raising awareness and educating teens about depression. https://secure.qgiv.com/event/2024teamresilience/account/1606759/ Erika’s Lighthouse is determined to make sure no young person feels alone in their depression. We are dedicated to creating a community of empathy and education. We create middle school and high school teen depression awareness programs so educators and teens can create safe

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Stress, Leaky Gut, Inflammation, and Depression

Chronic Social Stress Activates the Immune System and Causes Depression Stress levels around the world are surging, alongside the incidence of stress-related psychiatric disorders. Right alongside our increased stress levels, the human gut contains fewer bacterial species than ever before – with one important consequence being reduced stress resilience. Preclinical and clinical evidence has shown

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