More Information About Optimal Balance - For Men:
Optimal Balance™ - For Men is a result of more than 15 years of extensive research into physical and cognitive health. Optimal Balance™ is powered by our proprietary NutraTek™ mineral-delivery technology which enables vital nutrients to be optimally absorbed and efficiently cross the blood-brain barrier—delivering mind-clearing and mood-enhancing effects that other supplements can’t match.*
- Provides a comprehensive combination of vitamins, minerals, and botanicals at general health doses for men.*
- Designed to boost physical and cognitive health to help men meet the emotional and physical demands of work and home life.*
- Designed to boost immunity, optimize performance, and fortify against chronic illness and stress.*
- With beta-sitosterol and saw palmetto to improve prostate function.*
- Research-validated as an effective treatment for insomnia.*
- Demonstrated by independent, peer-reviewed research to improve depression, anxiety, and stress scores.‡*
‡Optimal Balance™ is designed for general health use and is your daily self defense against chronic illness and stress. Daily Essential Nutrients is recommended for individuals experiencing serious mood and anxiety-related disorders.*
Backed By Independent University Research
University researchers found that Optimal Balance™ (formerly known as Daily Self Defense™) significantly improved sleep problems and stress in insomnia patients when taken at a dose of 6 capsules/day.
“Treatment completers reported reliable and clinically significant change in insomnia severity...and on at least two aspects of sleep”§
†Average Pittsburgh Insomnia Rating Scale score (n = 9)
*** Significant with 99.9% confidence (p<0.001); ‘Huge’ effect size (Cohen’s d = 3.45).
“Micronutrients had a large mean (average) effect on stress”§
††Average Depression, Anxiety, Stress Scale subscore (n = 9)
** Significant with 99% confidence (p<0.01); ‘Very large’ effect size (Cohen’s d = 2.43).
§“Effect of Micronutrients on Insomnia in Adults”, A Multiple-Baseline Study. Joanna Lothian, Neville M. Blampied, Julia J. Rucklidge, Department of Psychology, University of Canterbury, 2016