I was recently contacted by a company, asking if I’d like to try a supplement called “HCF” (which stands for Happy Calm and Focused). I was skeptical, of course, that a pill full of amino acids could have any of those effects on my brain, but I figured I didn’t have anything to lose.
Since I had my second baby and subsequent Postpartum Depression, my brain chemistry has been a little “off.” I was on antidepressants for a while, and when I got pregnant again, the PPD came back. Since then, I’ve stopped taking the anti-depressants, but I’m much quicker to lose my temper than I used to be, and I often just feel sad in general.
And as a work-at-home mom, focus is a huge obstacle for me. Some days, I feel like my brain is just fuzzy and trying to get anything done is more work than it’s worth. Do you ever have those days? The days when if you don’t write every single thing down, it just gets lost in the abyss of your overworked brain?
So yes, I was skeptical about taking HCF, but I figured it was worth a shot. Within a few days, I honestly felt a change in myself. I even told some of my friends that I was just…happy. I hadn’t felt content as a state of being in so long that I had forgotten what it was like.
It wasn’t like that every single day. I still had fuzzy brain days and I lost my temper when my kids wouldn’t listen, but it was better. I felt better.
A few days after I finished my 30 day supply, I was back to being short at my kids again, and more of my days are “fuzzy brain days”.
Here’s some of the science behind HCF, from the website: At the core of the renown HCF formula are two key amino-acids called F&Q. Combined with our balanced delivery system of micro neuro-nutrients, HCF naturally supports the increase of “feel good” neurotransmitters in our brain very similar to what you would actually find in whole-food proteins.
It seems to me (because I don’t really understand all of the science behind it), HCF gave me some of what my brain was missing, and it felt good when it was no longer starved for it. (I know, highly technical, right?)
If you’d like to try HCF for free for 14 days, sign up for a free trial here. And better yet, I’m giving away a 30 day supply to one of you lucky readers.
Do what I did and try it out for yourself. What have you got to lose? (besides wasted hours in your day, maybe?)
I received a 30 day supply of HCF to review, and my opinions are 100% my own. I received no compensation for this post.