NutraTalk Blog

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Dr. Arwen Podesta recommends has witnessed very positive benefits from Daily Essential Nutrients with her patients.
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"I noticed on day three when I started using it a year and a half ago, my depression started to just dwindle away, my manic episodes started to just dissipate..."
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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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Do we still have issues? Yes! But nothing like before. Mason is still Mason, he just likes himself more and likes that things are going smoother. We are really enjoying getting to be his parents and not just always getting by.
Posted in: Success Stories
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When this mom heard of a trial using micronutrients for depression, she volunteered right away because she didn't like the way anti-depressants made her feel.
Posted in: Research
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Micronutrient treatment "Daily Essential Nutrients" is proven to reduce pediatric ADHD symptoms according to a recent study.
Posted in: Research
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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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There are many schools of thought when it comes to determining the root cause of anxiety, but several researchers have demonstrated an important correlation between nutrient deficiencies and symptoms.
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: Anxiety, Mood, stress
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University of Canterbury researchers have again demonstrated broad-spectrum micronutrients to be a viable alternative to conventional medication for anxiety and depression. In Christchurch, New Zealand, university researchers are attempting to address "common but serious psychiatric problems" in the community.
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: Anxiety, energy, Mood, stress