Nutrient power natural healing for Mental Disorders April 26, 2014. William J. Walsh, Ph.D. Walsh Research Institute Naperville, IL. Walsh Research Institute. Nonprofit organization Expertise in behavior disorders, ADHD, autism, depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and Alzheimers
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Nutrient powernatural healing for Mental DisordersApril 26, 2014
William J. Walsh, Ph.D.
Walsh Research Institute
Striking blood/urine chemistry
differences between mental illness
populations and the rest of society.
Walsh WJ (2012). Nutrient Power. Skyhorse Publishing, New York, NY.
Crayton JW, Walsh WJ (2007). J Trace Elements Med Biol.21:17-21.
Folate Deficiency or Overload
EPA, DHA, and/or AA Deficiency
These factors have a powerful impact on synthesis of neurotransmitters and regulation of receptor activity.
1. How could vitamins & minerals possibly help a patient with a serious mental illness?
2. Don’t you really need a powerful drug to get the job done?
1. Neurotransmitter synthesis
2. Epigenetic regulation of gene
3. Reuptake processes at synapses
4. Antioxidant Protection
Glutathione: First line of defense,
Metallothionein: Nature’s back-up system,
Selenium: Speeds up the process.
five high-incidence biotypes,
each with unique neurotransmitter imbalances
- Separate nutrient therapies developed
for each depression biotype,
- Outcome studies reveal 80% of patients report treatment effectiveness & ability to reduce or eliminate medication.
Other Forms of Schizophrenia
Drug Induced Schizophrenia
NOTE: All biotypes involve oxidative overload.
NOTE: Multiple vitamin-mineral supplements are usually ineffective and can cause harm.
normalizing brain chemistry.
Undermethylation: SAMe, methionine, zinc, calcium, inositol, serine, magnesium, vitamins A, B-6, C, D, and E.
Excess Dopamine Activity: Folic acid, B-12, niacinamide, zinc, manganese, DMAE, vitamins A, C, and E.
Copper Overload: Zinc, molybdenum, vitamins B-6, C and E, MT-Promotion formulation.
Pyrrole Disorder: Vitamin B-6, zinc, biotin
“For every drug that benefits a patient, there are natural substances that can produce the same effect”.
Carl C. Pfeiffer, MD, PhD
Bill Walsh, PhD
Walsh Research Institute