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Nutritional Medicine in Psychiatry goes Mainstream

Nutritional Medicine in Psychiatry goes Mainstream

In October, the International Society for Nutritional Psychiatry Research held its conference in London for the first time.  An impressive panel of speakers discussed the connection between nutrition and mental health. (For more details of the conference see

One of them was Julia Rucklidge, Professor of the Department of Psychology in New Zealand  University who has conducted much research over the years on the effectiveness of micronutrients for psychological problems, and is currently conducting a pioneering study on micronutrients and pregnancy/post-natal health.

Attendees came from around the globe, and included clinicians, researchers and practitioners so this was a perfect setting for Hardy Nutritionals to have a presence.  

Jenny and Robin Littman of Natural Mental Health met with Dallin Hardy, chief scientist for Hardy Nutritionals and his wife Heather Hardy, to support their time at the conference. There were plenty of opportunities to learn and get feedback, and we were delighted at the level of enquiries from researchers,  clinicians and medical practitioners.

If you would like to offer Hardy micronutrient therapy to clients/patients and to receive some training in this, contact us at