Beth Greer, also known as Super Natural Mom®, is an award-winning journalist, green holistic health educator, healthy home expert and impassioned champion of toxin-free living.Her bestselling book, Super Natural Home: Improve Your Health, Home and Planet…One Room at a Time (Rodale), was a Books for a Better Life Award Finalist.
I’m so excited to be able to share this podcast with you. I can’t tell you how many parents, right in my own community, are in anguish because their children have been diagnosed with ADHD, anxiety disorder, or they have a drug or alcohol problem, or are even suicidal.
The statistics nationwide are startling. Did you know that 1 in 10 American kids has been diagnosed with ADHD, and more than half got their diagnosis before age six? 1 in 9 American kids has seriously contemplated suicide, 1 in 8 teens suffer from depression. And 1 in 6 have a developmental disability. We need to look at the root causes for all of this, and not just give pharmaceutical meds as a first resort.
So do listen to this podcast recorded with a renowned doctor who’s done the research and has some answers. Albert Mensah MD, co-founder of Mensah Medical, in Warrenville, Illinois treats mental health disorders, such as ADD, ADHD, depression, bipolar disorder, autism and addiction, not at the symptom level with pharmaceuticals, but at the biochemical or root cause of the disorder using a nutrient-based approach known as orthomolecular medicine. I credit Dr. Mensah with helping heal my daughter’s brain chemistry.
Dr. Mensah’s biochemical, nutrient-based approach can be an effective, safe alternative to pharmaceutical treatment. He has practiced in this specialty for more than a decade , treating thousands of patients with an 85% success rate.
In this interview you will discover:
- How can nutrient therapy affect neurotransmitter activity in a safe and effective way?
- How do nutrients produce similar neurotransmitter activity as a stimulant medication for ADHD?
- What evidence is there to support nutrient therapy in autism recovery?
- Why isn’t a healthy diet and exercise program enough to combat anxiety and depression?
- Can bipolar disorder be managed successfully just with targeted nutrients?
- Why are multivitamins potentially dangerous?
Access the free podcast here.