NutraTalk Blog

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"I first decided to try Daily Essential Nutrients because my psychiatrist was encouraging me to switch off of pharmaceuticals as I was nearing 20 years on Lithium. We were both concerned about my kidneys, and my body managing that for 20-30 more years..."
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"Several things were different this time. For one thing, my own psychiatrist admitted that he was working with the product developers and that he had seen a lot of promising data. For another, I had spent thirty years praying..."
Posted in: Success Stories
Tagged with: Mood
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"Around puberty (age 12), my son started to experience trichotillomania (hair pulling) and OCD symptoms that negatively affected his quality of life. His pediatrician recommended he start taking Zoloft to "take the edge off." Neither I nor my husband felt right about medicating our son..."
Posted in: Success Stories
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He has been taking these micronutrients for about 2 months now and I am so blown away by the changes I have already seen, I am excited for him to start school and see how the micronutrients can help him in that respect.
Posted in: Success Stories
Tagged with: Aggression, Mood, Pediatrics
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Until August 15, 2017, enter the code OLEBOGO as you checkout in our store, and for each bottle of Hardy Nutritionals® Olive Leaf Extract that you purchase, you’ll automatically get a second bottle for FREE.
Tagged with: mental health
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In a recent case study published in the International Journal of Mental Health Systems, researchers set out to compare the costs of psychiatric care and hospitalizations to the costs associated with using micronutrient therapy to control symptoms and improve quality of life.
Posted in: Research
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"He is now hopeful for his future after years of unnecessary pain . Thank you Hardy for giving me my son back."
Posted in: Success Stories
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Dr. Julia Rucklidge, Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Canterbury has been studying the impact of nutrition on mental health for over a decade. Her findings, and those of her colleagues, have been a major driving force behind the growing number of healthcare providers in the U.S. and worldwide recommending micronutrients before psychoactive medications.
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: ADHD
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In his comprehensive review of micronutrient therapy in psychiatry, published in the peer-reviewed journal Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America in 2014, Dr. Charles Popper of Harvard University’s McLean Hospital discussed among other things the interplay between micronutrients and conventional medications.
Posted in: Product Safety
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As a leading cause of disability, suicide and homicide in the United States, there is no denying that mental disorders have become a worldwide crisis. [1] While a wide range of labels are assigned to a long list of symptoms, university research is supporting a growing body of evidence that nutrition is involved.
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: mental health