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The vitamin mineral treatment studied was Hardy Nutritionals Daily Essential Nutrients, which was given to children ages 7 to 13 years with ADHD.
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A new study identified differences in the gut microbiome of children with ADHD after supplementing with Daily Essential Nutrients micronutrients.
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: ADHD, Gut Health
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“We’re deficient in a lot of nutrients. We’re overloaded in toxins…Until we deal with those...we’re not going to get good results with chronic diseases.”
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You've heard the saying "you are what you eat". In reality, "You are what you absorb".
Posted in: General Health
Tagged with: Gut Health
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"One of the things I really love about Hardy's Daily Essential Nutrients is that they've done such extensive research...it's really a genius product."
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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...
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: Anxiety, Gut Health, Mood
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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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Smoothie Ideas and Customer Feedback: Many children are able to swallow capsules, but some have trouble with even the very thought of it. We are constantly striving to make things easier on our customers which is why we've put together some creative ideas which can make taking Daily Essential Nutrients...
Posted in: Getting Started, Recipes
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We would like to start the New Year with a special limited time offer on our Hardy Nutritionals® Olive Leaf Extract. Until January 31, 2016, for every one bottle of Olive Leaf Extract you add to your cart you will get a second bottle for FREE.
Tagged with: Gut Health, Nutrition
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The simple answer is everything! You've heard the saying "you are what you eat". In reality, "You are what you absorb". A variety of gut problems can interfere with the absorption of nutrients and limit their effectiveness. If your body isn't absorbing the essential nutrients that you need, many aspects ...
Tagged with: Gut Health, Mood