NutraTalk Blog

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Paul Battle, PA-C, recommends Daily Essential Nutrients to patients with depression, traumatic brain injury, bipolar disorder and other mood disorders.
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Dr. Arwen Podesta recommends has witnessed very positive benefits from Daily Essential Nutrients with her patients.
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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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Dr. Tummala, integrative psychiatrist, discusses her patients' experience using Daily Essential Nutrients for mental health.
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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.
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: integrative health
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For those who are taking Daily Essential Nutrients, Hardy Nutritionals® clinical broad-spectrum micronutrient formulation, but who are still dealing with some level of residual mood swings, anxiety or depression--hormonal or otherwise--additional supplementation may be required.  Introducing supplements such as 5HTP, SAMe, Inositol, Niacinimide, among others, may be helpful in providing added relief.
Posted in: Research
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"My number one choice has been the nutritional products designed by David Hardy..." Integrative Psychiatrist doctor Scott Shannon, founder of the Wholeness Center in Fort Collins Colorado and author of " Please Don't Label My Child: Break the Doctor-Diagnosis-Drug Cycle and Discover Safe, Effective Choices for Your Child's Emotional Health" ...
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Hardy Nutritionals® founder David Hardy was recently invited to the CBS studio in Los Angeles where he was interviewed by Kathy Ireland, a world-renowned designer and super model. As you might already know, Kathy was recently featured in the Forbes Inaugural List of America's 50 Richest Self-Made Women...
Posted in: General Health
Tagged with: integrative health
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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...
Posted in: Research