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Dr. Charles Popper , a Harvard University Psychiatrist and Psychopharmacologist who has treated "several hundred youth and adults" using Hardy Nutritionals® Daily Essential Nutrients and its earlier versions was recently interviewed by Access Health -- an engaging health and wellness series which airs on the # 1 women's TV network, Lifetime TV.
Posted in: Success Stories
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Happy, fun-loving, energetic, and intelligent is how I would describe my life before depression. I had a career and many varied interests that I enjoyed with family and friends. This was me twenty-two years ago before my world came crashing down due to my ...
Posted in: Success Stories
Tagged with: Anxiety, energy, Mood, stress
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Dr. Charles Popper was not always interested in nutrients. As Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School , he was (and still is) a prominent expert in the use of psychiatric medications. He became interested in nutrient treatments for mood disorders only ...
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: ADHD, Mood
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The mineral lithium has been used by doctors to stabilize mood for many decades. It is important to put into perspective the levels of lithium in our Daily Essential Nutrients formulation compared to the lithium we get every day in our food and water, and the "drug" levels of lithium ...
Posted in: Product Safety
Tagged with: Mood
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To assess how adults with bipolar disorder respond to micronutrients, scientists from New York University and the University of Calgary recently analyzed data from 358 adults who took formulations co-developed + by Hardy Nutritionals® founder David Hardy for 6 months or more and who regularly reported their symptoms. Overall, 82% ...
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: Mood
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What we eat affects our mental health. University of Canterbury psychology professor Julia Rucklidge recently gave an informative public presentation about how poor food choices are risk factors for many psychiatric problems and how supplements can help. Watch a brief pre-presentation interview with Dr. Rucklidge.
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: ADHD, Mood, PTSD