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The Cure for Mom Brain?

Also commonly called "Momnesia", walking into a room and forgetting why you went there, or just plain feeling like your brain doesn't work anymore.

Brain Fog. Also commonly called "Momnesia", walking into a room and forgetting why you went there, or just plain feeling like your brain doesn't work anymore. General forgetfulness. Mommy Brain. It's real. But we've found a solution.

The cure for Mommy Brain

There are lots of things you can do to help:

We've found something that seems to be working wonders for our peeps over here at Today's Mama HQ to improve focus, calm us down, and chase the blues away. Micronutrients. The vitamins and minerals your body needs to feed your brain!

Long story short, my little sister took Q96 EMPowerplus 20 years ago and had some pretty amazing results with her depression. I stumbled on to the vitamins again in December and we decided to give it a little test run here on our staff. Here are some of the text messages Erin, Stephanie and I have exchanged over the past 2 months. (these were both in response to me checking in to see if the vitamins were making a difference. We've now been taking them almost 3 months).


Q96EMPowerplus has made a big different and we had to share! We've been referring to the vitamins as unicorn dust, and we think they might banish your mommy brain too!

Here's the skinny:

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It's been proven that over the years each of us are at risk of losing "Brain Power" Why is this so? Our schedules are more demanding than ever and through our struggles to conquer each day our brain is always losing and creating new cells. The brain actually uses as much as 50% of all of the vitamins you take into your body each day. Yet your brain is the last thing to be fed in the food chain. Your brain is getting the leftovers.

41 medical researchers, 22 medical journals and 15 renowned universities including Harvard have done studies on how certain supplements effect the brain. One product they found provides the following:

  • Improved Mental Clarity
  • Increased Motivation and Attention
  • Feelings of Peace, Calm and Wellness
  • Protect and Enhance the power of your brain.


Disclosure: This post contains Amazon affiliate links. The opinions in our posts are our own. I've personally had a history with the vitamins and have seen the difference first hand. Our staff has genuinely tried them and loves them. We hope they will make a difference for you and your family!


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