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There is some controversy around supplemental iron particularly for men and post-menopausal women. The idea is that they should not take supplemental iron.
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One our of most frequently asked questions is, "Do I need to keep taking my other supplements while using Daily Essential Nutrients?". As a general rule of thumb, it is not necessary to take additional vitamins or minerals when taking Daily Essential Nutrients.
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Reducing psychiatric medication under the care of a health professional while taking Daily Essential Nutrients micronutrients is important for two key reasons.
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Daily Essential Nutrients (DEN) provides 70 mg of pyridoxine from B6 at the full dose of 12 capsules per day and is considered safe for children and adults.
Posted in: Product Safety
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In this video, Taron, a scientist at Hardy Nutritionals®, discusses the "Possible Limiting Factors" section of the Daily Essential Nutrients Clinical Reference Guide, which regards the management of psychiatric medications.
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Negative factors can include things like street drugs, prescription drugs so different from multiple classes and then the biological factors can be things like gut health, how healthy is the bowel, puberty, pregnancy, menstrual cycle, those are things that influence a person's experience with the nutrients and again these are just a few of the many factors that we've seen and again are kind of outlined in in section 8 of the Clinical Reference.
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This short soundbite from one of our scientists explains how antibiotics may limit your success while using micronutrients.
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At Hardy Nutritionals®, we are constantly striving to improve the customer experience. As such, we have made a slight but very important upgrade to our Omegas--the formula remains the same, but the source has improved resulting in no more fishy burps or fishy aftertaste.
Posted in: Product Safety
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A psychiatric textbook, "Complementary and Integrative Treatments in Psychiatric Practice", published by the American Psychiatric Association in October 2017, features broad-spectrum micronutrients as a “physiologically sensible approach" for the treatment of mood dysregulation and mental health.
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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.
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