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Backed by over 40 independent studies, Daily Essential Nutrients is the world’s most research-backed multi-nutrient supplement for mood and mental health.
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Does nutrition have a correlation to mental health? The research showed those with poorer diets had more issues with mood, and those with better diets had fewer mood-related issues.
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: Mood
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In the end, the study showed that dietary intake of fruits and vegetables may impact inattention in children with ADHD and emotional dysregulation.
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: ADHD, Mood, Focus
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Eating whole foods has been shown to improve mental and overall health. However, merely eating well may be insufficient for some.
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: ADHD, Mood, Pediatrics, Focus
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Eventually, Tove discovered Hardy Nutritionals’ Daily Essential Nutrients (DEN). Her son began taking DEN and she saw noticeable improvements in his behavior within two weeks.
Posted in: Success Stories
Tagged with: Mood, Behavior, Aggression
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On the Mindbodygreen Podcast, Dr. Julia Rucklidge and Dr. Bonnie Kaplan speak with host Jason Wachob about their new groundbreaking book, The Better Brain.
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: ADHD, Mood, Behavior, Anxiety
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In an interview with Shelf Life Books, Dr. Bonnie Kaplan speaks about the book she co-authored with Dr. Julia Rucklidge, The Better Brain.
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: Mood, Focus, Depression, Research
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81% of our customers reported marked improvement in their moods and mental health within just one month of taking Daily Essential Nutrients.
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"My thanks to Hardy Nutritionals and to the health professionals who partner with them to bring awareness to the benefits of micronutrients for mental health."
Posted in: Success Stories
Tagged with: Mood, Depression, Bipolar
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After starting Daily Essential Nutrients, the family noticed a change in Carter within the first week. He could focus, he was happy, and he kept improving.