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You won't likely have heard of researchers Bryan Kolb and Celeste Halliwell. These two neuroscientists did remarkable studies at the Canadian Centre for Behavioural Neuroscience. They studied significant brain injuries in rats and the effects EMPower Plus had on those injuries.

Why should you care? Well, the results were excellent, and if a broad-spectrum micronutrient such as EMPower Plus can help heal significant brain trauma, just think what it can do for you.

Let's dive into the research!

The injuries given to the rats included a large lesion to the frontal lobe or large lesions (holes) to the parietal lobes of their brains. These procedures impaired the cognitive functioning of the rats. After observing the rats over 90 days, the results were astounding 1.

This type of brain recovery has never before been demonstrated and caught the attention of Discover Magazine in 2005. They published an 8-page article for their 8 million subscriber base. This article can be found HERE.

Below are some images from that remarkable study.

Control Rat brain without EMPower Plus Control Rat brain with EMPower Plus


Frontal lesion after 90 days without EMPower Plus Frontal lesion after 90 days with EMPower Plus


Holes in parietal lobes after 90 days without EMPower Plus Holes in parietal lobes after 90 days with EMPower Plus


Can you see it?

As you can see. The rat brains using EMPower Plus on the right-hand side look astoundingly different from the control brains on the left. These findings should have been inspiring news that propelled further research, but for big industry-backed sinister reasons, the information was shelved and only released in pieces, not in its glorious entirety.

This type of brain recovery is known as neuroplasticity.

Neuroplasticity, also known as brain plasticity, is a process that involves adaptive structural and functional changes to the brain.

It is defined as the ability of the nervous system to change its activity in response to internal or external stimulation by reorganizing its structure, functions, or connections after injuries, such as a stroke or traumatic brain injury (TBI).

What does this mean for you?

Suppose you can harness the brain's power to reorganize itself to evolve or repair. In that case, you can think differently about the brain, especially learning and injury. This rat study researched significant brain trauma; you can see the results.

Imagine what EMPower Plus could do for your brain! Here is just a taste:

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All the best,

Simon Brazier. Dip HN, NNCP


  1. Halliwell C, Comeau W, Gibb R, Frost DO, Kolb B. Factors influencing frontal cortex development and recovery from early frontal injury. Dev Neurorehabil. 2009;12(5):269-78. doi 10.3109/17518420903087715. PMID: 20477557; PMCID: PMC3593061.


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