NutraTalk Blog

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Micronutrient treatment "Daily Essential Nutrients" is proven to reduce pediatric ADHD symptoms according to a recent study.
Posted in: Research
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During the quit phase (12 weeks), participants were registered with a public Quitline while consuming micronutrients or placebo. Carbon monoxide levels were measured to confirm smoking cessation.
Posted in: Research
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A lack of essential nutrients is known to contribute to the onset of poor mental health in people suffering from anxiety and depression.
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: ADHD
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In the latest Soundbite From Our Scientists, Taron explains how certain non-psychiatric medications may also interact with Daily Essential Nutrients.
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The gut-brain connection is a proven idea that explains those "gut-wrenching feelings" or "getting butterflies". Yeast overgrowth prevents nutrient absorption...
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Tagged with: Anxiety, Gut Health, Mood
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There are many schools of thought when it comes to determining the root cause of anxiety, but several researchers have demonstrated an important correlation between nutrient deficiencies and symptoms.
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Tagged with: Anxiety, Mood, stress
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When it comes to essential elements: When you get all the things that you need, your whole body can be healthy and strong and function well.
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The APA textbook, "Complementary and Integrative Treatments in Psychiatric Practice", featuring micronutrients has been awarded the 2017 Gold Nautilus Book Award.
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Tagged with: integrative health
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At Hardy Nutritionals®, the closest we come to providing food is in our Greens & Probiotics product. Our Greens & Probiotics supplement provides food together with bacteria, also known as probiotics. This includes eight strains of bacteria that are known to be beneficial for human health.
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University of Canterbury researchers have again demonstrated broad-spectrum micronutrients to be a viable alternative to conventional medication for anxiety and depression. In Christchurch, New Zealand, university researchers are attempting to address "common but serious psychiatric problems" in the community.
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Tagged with: Anxiety, energy, Mood, stress