Continuing Medical Education Series - Nutrition and Mental Health (Part 1)

University of Calgary’s Dr. Bonnie Kaplan examines 2600 years of folklore and modern science (from population health to supplementation) and develops a sound academic case for the use of micronutrients in treating mental health-related symptoms.

Dr. Kaplan first examines what humanity knew about nutrition from 2600 years ago to about 1950. Next, she discusses the relevant developments in neuroscience after 1950 and explains why there is an increasing interest in nutrition now.  

Dr. Kaplan 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.

This presentation is part 1 of a 3-part MIA Continuing Medical Education Series sponsored by the Foundation for Excellence in Mental Health Care (FEMHC). Health professionals and their patients may watch these videos free of charge, thanks to the generosity of MIA Continuing Medical Education. To qualify for CME credits, professionals can register for this ‘Nutrition and Mental Health’ course on the MIA Continuing Medical Education site