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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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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.
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Tagged with: mental health
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Thousands of people have found relief from symptoms of mood and mental health disorders using the clinical micronutrient therapies formulated by the late David L. Hardy, founder of Hardy Nutritionals®.†
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Conclusive Proof: The Power of Essential Nutrients Hi, I'm David Hardy, founder of Hardy Nutritionals® and formulator of our powerful micronutrient formulation " Daily Essential Nutrients ". Nearly 30 independent studies have now been published in medical journals in which my micronutrient formulations were used for the treatment of mood...
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Tagged with: ADHD, Brain Injury, Mood, News, PTSD
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Respected health professionals who are familiar with the use of micronutrients in treating mental health-related disorders are now training their colleagues on use of clinical micronutrients. University of Canterbury's Dr. Julia Rucklidge and University of Calgary's Dr. Bonnie Kaplan present a fascinating case for the use of clinical micronutrients...
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Insomnia is a debilitating condition which often causes sufferers great psychological distress. Individuals who are affected very often suffer from other mental and physical health conditions, making their symptoms just that much more unmanageable. These individuals typically take more medications, consume more health care resources, are absent from work more, ...
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Tagged with: energy, sleep
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Micronutrient treatments are quickly becoming recognized worldwide as an effective alternative treatment for ADHD, including other mental health conditions often accompanying ADHD, such as mood and anxiety disorders. "It could actually be a game-changer in terms of where we go forward in terms of treating children with ADHD,"...
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Previously , we have brought to your attention information about a Nutrition & Mental Health Research Fund that has been established by Bonnie J. Kaplan, PhD, Professor, Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary. We were also reminded on Giving Tuesday about this special fund. Recently, Dr. Bonnie J. Kaplan, ...
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Tagged with: mental health, News
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Newshub published an article summarizing the positive response of 13 year old New Zealand teen Xander Steele who has used Daily Essential Nutrients to manage his ADHD symptoms. "It actually really calms me down when I feel stressed out," he comments. Xander's mother Laura discusses her son's condition.
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Dr. Julia Rucklidge, acclaimed as one of the top 8 most influential women in New Zealand for innovation , recently delivered a public lecture at the University of Calgary addressing the question, "What if nutrients could treat mental illness?" Dr. Rucklidge is a Professor of Clinical Psychology and the Director of the Mental Health and Nutrition Research Program.
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: mental health