NutraTalk Blog

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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
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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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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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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
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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, ...
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: mental health, News
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On March 15 - 19, 2016 Hardy Nutritionals® exhibited at the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners ' (NAPNAP) 37 th National Conference on Pediatric Health Care in Atlanta, Georgia. Hardy Nutritionals® founder David Hardy, who attended the event comments, "I really enjoyed speaking with so many very intelligent Nurse Practitioners and their colleagues."
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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
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We recently received an exciting update from Dr. Bonnie Kaplan, an independent academic scientist who has championed micronutrient research (including Daily Essential Nutrients) for well over a decade. To assist in the continued forward movement of nutrition and mental health research, Dr. Kaplan has established two Nutrition and Mental Health funds.
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: mental health, Nutrition