NutraTalk Blog

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Practitioners who read this double-blind study on micronutrients for ADHD are eligible for Continuing Medical Education credits (CME).
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: ADHD
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Eating whole foods has been shown to improve mental and overall health. However, merely eating well may be insufficient for some.
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: Pediatrics, Focus, Mood, ADHD
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The Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry recently published a double-blind study supporting the use of Daily Essential Nutrients for children with ADHD.
Posted in: Research
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On the Mindbodygreen Podcast, Dr. Julia Rucklidge and Dr. Bonnie Kaplan speak with host Jason Wachob about their new groundbreaking book, The Better Brain.
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: Anxiety, Mood, Behavior, ADHD
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In an interview with Shelf Life Books, Dr. Bonnie Kaplan speaks about the book she co-authored with Dr. Julia Rucklidge, The Better Brain.
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: Research, Focus, Mood, Depression
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Another double-blind study proves Hardy Nutritionals clinical-strength micronutrient blend, Daily Essential Nutrients, works for ADHD.
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: ADHD
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“Optimizing nutrition is a safe and viable way to avoid, treat, or lessen mental illness. Nutrition matters." - Dr. Julia Rucklidge, TED Speaker
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: Research, Anxiety, Focus, ADHD
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Research over the past few years has found a spike in crabby behavior. From road rage to outbursts at work — could our diets be to blame?
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: Mood
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What makes Hardy's Daily Essential Nutrients unique is the amount of independent research supporting its efficacy for mood & mental health.
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Recent research shows that broad-spectrum micronutrients are a safe and effective alternative to drugs for ADHD and mood disorders.
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: Focus, Behavior, ADHD