In this presentation (which is part 3 of a 3-part MIA Continuing Medical Education Series sponsored by the Foundation for Excellence in Mental Health Care (FEMHC)), University of Canterbury’s Dr. Julia Rucklidge evaluates the current evidence on multi-nutrient treatment of mental health symptoms. Within a framework of nutrients being essential for optimal brain functioning, she first reviews evidence across a broad range of psychatric conditions using micronutrients, then she focuses only on broad spectrum supplementation, then features some specific examples (mood, forensics, autism, stress, anxiety, trauma, and ADHD).
Dr. Rucklidge has extensively studied micronutrient formulations developed or co-developed by Hardy Nutritionals® founder, David Hardy. For summaries of the research backing Hardy Nutritionals® clinical-strength formulation Daily Essential Nutrients visit our research page.
Health professionals and their patients may watch this video series free of charge, thanks to the generosity of MIA Continuing Medical Education. To qualify for CME credits, professionals can register for the ‘Nutrition and Mental Health’ course on the MIA Continuing Medical Education site.