New Brain Power Website Offers Insight into Improving Mental Health

Seattle, WA (PressExposure) February 26, 2009 --, a website devoted to improving mental health, launched recently. The new website details everything from brain fitness exercises to reviews of the most popular brain supplements.

“A lot of people don’t realize the importance of brain health,” said Brian Park, Content Producer for “The truth is you can increase brain power by following simple exercises and eating a proper diet of good brain food.”

Since Park and other mental health experts believe a healthy diet is key to a strong brain, much of the website is devoted to discussing brain food. According to their research, the brain is just like any other part of your body; it needs proper nutrition to function at its highest level.

“Brain food is anything that contains nutrients that help the brain,” Park explained. “It can be anything from wild salmon to acai berries. The human brain requires specific nutrients and healthy fats to give it the energy necessary to perform properly.”

Another key section of the website is devoted to brain supplement product reviews. The team at spent hundreds of hours researching and testing various supplements to determine which are the most effective. Each product was graded on the following categories: ingredients, safety, cost, and effectiveness.

“For someone looking to improve their brain power, finding the right product can be overwhelming,” stated Park. “We included these reviews to help educate consumers on which products are best for their needs. This way, they get the best bang for their buck.”

Based on these tests, the Constant Focus review was the most favorable. The team found this supplement was the most well rounded currently available to consumers.


The newly launched is a great resource for anyone interested in improving their mental clarity. Look for the site to continue to expand over the coming months.

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Press Release Submitted On: February 25, 2009 at 8:23 pm
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