NutraTalk Blog

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We are pleased to announce that our new, concentrated Daily Essential Nutrients is now available on our www.GetHardy.com store. All pre-orders have already been sent. A few weeks ago, we announced on our NutraTalk Blog that our scientists created a new, concentrated Hardy Nutritionals® Daily Essential Nutrients formula, which now delivers 25% more of each ingredient per capsule.
Posted in: General Health
Tagged with: ADHD, Brain Injury, Mood, News, PTSD
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We are pleased to announce that nutritional psychiatry was the topic of a three-hour symposium, "Mineral-Vitamin Combinations as Primary Treatment of Psychiatric Symptoms" at the American Psychiatric Association annual meeting in Toronto, Canada on May 20, 2015. This kind of symposium at American Psychiatric Association annual meetings is "intended to highlight important new advances occurring in the field of psychiatry".
Posted in: General Health
Tagged with: ADHD, Mood, PTSD
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Recently, our scientists conducted a careful audit of Daily Essential Nutrients with the goal of reducing the number of capsules you need to take while keeping all essential nutrient guarantees the same. They found a way to reduce our daily recommended dose by 3 capsules without compromising its effectiveness--simply by ...
Posted in: General Health
Tagged with: ADHD, Mood, PTSD
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What are the most important things I need to know to have success with taking Daily Essential Nutrients? Answer: Educating yourself on these 3 important factors will make all the difference in your success using Daily Essential Nutrients.
Posted in: Getting Started
Tagged with: ADHD, Mood, PTSD
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Here's a remarkable TEDx talk that's well worth sharing! Nutrition researcher Dr. Julia Rucklidge , a Clinical Psychologist at the University of Canterbury, NZ gives compelling evidence for the critical role of nutrition in mental health and explains why this knowledge will revolutionize the way our society treats 'mental illness'!
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: ADHD, Nutrition, PTSD
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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