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William Walsh, PhD

Balancing Neurotransmitters for Optimum Mood and Energy!

William Walsh, PhD

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  • History and effectiveness of nutritional therapy in mental health
  • Role nutrients and epigenetics play in managing anxiety and depression
  • How to test for key metabolic imbalances related to mental health

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  1. Jeanne says:

    Dr. Walsh,
    I’m so happy your talk is included in the encore session days. We would love to hear your answers on a couple of these comments
    posted here. Thank You!!

    Jeanne

  2. J says:

    As I started watching/listening to this talk, I quickly recommended it to a friend of mine who is a trained mental health nurse. We’ve both talked about how antidepressants shouldn’t be given out left, right and centre, and the side affects of these drugs. Thank you for this information about serotonin levels and nutrients.

  3. Mary says:

    An absolute brilliant session. Dr Walsh your book has led me to a Dr trained by You and I now feel well thanks to your research on methylation. I had 11 years of terrible health problems because my previous Dr had no idea of how to treat my symptoms. Thanks Niki and Dr Walsh.

  4. Ms. Cheryl says:

    Fantastic! Thanks Dr. Walsh for sharing cutting edge research information on Nutritional deficiencies in mental health issues. I hope you speak to many. many physicians from the U.S. This country has an enormous amount of unbalance people. Hopefully, these individuals can get some “real” help instead of more drugs, useless killings of unarmed people and so on. Now I understand why so-o-o-o-o-o-o many have addictions and compulsive behavior disorders. Thanks so much:-D

  5. Ms. Cheryl says:

    Fantastic information on mental health and nutritional deficiencies, that approach is not addressed much here in the U.S. Dr. Walsh I appreciate your research it’s extremely thorough and very succinct. 😀 Please educate the physicians here in the U.S. there are a lot of unbalanced people here. ;-(
    Thanks again for such a unique perspective on mental health.

  6. Allison says:

    I would have liked Ms. Gratrix to have asked him to explain a bit about how “we can now regulate enzymes, and correct enzyme problems”, as Dr. Walsh commented towards the end. Perhaps some more info or links to this enzyme adjusting therapy could be placed on the website?

  7. Syd says:

    This is vital information! Thank you, Dr. Walsh

  8. Linda says:

    This was a fascinating talk! Dr. Walsh, would you recommend 23andme testing? I tested through Quest for two genetic SNPS and was positive for MTHFR C766t (2 copies) and have been given lots of methyfolate and a little b12 methycobalamin. It is confusing to know how much to take.

  9. BuffaloBob says:

    I have been working with my daughter to help her rccover from anxiety and depression, which has many co-factors, including stress from an ugly divorce, poor nutrition and general lifestyle, plus the side effects from the long-term use of various combinations of psych meds.

    I’ve read Robert Whitaker and Kelly Brogan on the sad state of psychiatry, and I’ve tried to put together a recovery plan based on the nutrition-based healing being done by people like Julia Ross and Trudy Scott.

    Excellent, but Dr Walsh has really simplified the explanation of the profile of my daughter’s complicated condition, and he has laid out a strategy for pinpointing the needed tests to connect the underlying dysfunctions to specific deficiencies and imbalances. For this useful information I am profoundly grateful.

    Hopefully, we can now cobble together a complete wellness plan that will “energize” the healing process.

    The revolution in medicine as a result of the evidenced-based, “functional” approach of pioneers like Dr. Walsh is marvelous to witness.

  10. Sharon says:

    Very informative. Thank you! I will be visiting your website for more information.

  11. jeanne says:

    Dr. Walsh,

    Could you explain why people who have pyroluria should not take omega 3?

    Also, I along with many others on these Summits would love to hear a conversation between yourself and Dr. Ben Lynch!! You two have differing views on methylation.
    Thank you very much!
    Jeanne B.

  12. Stacey says:

    Thank you for all the information. You talked about low b6. What about very high blood levels of b6. It is not from vitamins.

  13. Sue Vogan, PNM, PhD says:

    Dr. Walsh is such a sharing person and has worked diligently to gather all of this information. I applaud Dr. Walsh on his research, his written work, and his institute. The information presented can only further ending the suffering of patients and the puzzlement of clinicians.

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