NutraTalk Blog

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If you think your doctor could benefit from learning more about how micronutrients work and why they are important, we can help!
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Dr. Settle routinely uses Hardy's Daily Essential Nutrients with patients who have trouble with irritability, impulsivity, temper, distractibility, racing thoughts, or mood swings.
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Dr. Arwen Podesta recommends has witnessed very positive benefits from Daily Essential Nutrients with her patients.
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The big difference between using micronutrients and pharmaceutical medications to treat mental health is that, rather than providing a pill designed to block a biochemical process, nourishment is provided to the body, targeting the root cause of the symptoms.
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: ADHD, mental health, Mood
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When considering treatment for mood and mental health disorders, research shows that clinical micronutrients are a viable first line of defense option.
Posted in: Research
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Dr. Tummala, integrative psychiatrist, discusses her patients' experience using Daily Essential Nutrients for mental health.
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It is important to note that nutrient-drug interactions are very common, as potent nutritional formulations such as Daily Essential Nutrients have a tendency to potentiate certain medications, thereby making their effects (and side-effects) stronger in the body.
Posted in: Getting Started
Tagged with: mental health
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"I first decided to try Daily Essential Nutrients because my psychiatrist was encouraging me to switch off of pharmaceuticals as I was nearing 20 years on Lithium. We were both concerned about my kidneys, and my body managing that for 20-30 more years..."
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Until August 15, 2017, enter the code OLEBOGO as you checkout in our store, and for each bottle of Hardy Nutritionals® Olive Leaf Extract that you purchase, you’ll automatically get a second bottle for FREE.
Tagged with: mental health
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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.
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: mental health