THE MORNING SHOW
Dr. William J. Walsh
William J. Walsh, Ph.D., is an internationally recognized expert in the field of nutritional medicine. He is president of the non-profit Walsh Research Institute in Illinois and conducts physician training programs in advanced biochemical/nutrient therapies in Australia, Norway and other countries. His book, Nutrient Power (Skyhorse Publishing), which describes an evidence-based nutrient therapy system, was recently published. He has authored numerous peer-reviewed journal articles and scientific reports, as well as been granted five patents. He has presented his experimental research at the American Psychiatric Association, the U.S. Senate, and the National Institutes of Mental Health.
-Advances in brain science; adjusting neurotransmitters with nutrition and other natural therapies
-Why increasing the serotonin in the brain doesn’t work; it’s about re-uptake
-Can depression be ultimately cured or does therapy need to be continuous?
-Epigenetic conditions that come on suddenly due to environmental issues
-How Dr. Walsh got interested in what creates violent behavior; zinc and copper appeared to play an important role
-Copper’s effect on brain chemistry; Dr. Walsh elaborates on people with high levels of copper
-The importance of essential fatty acids for healthy brain function
-Under methylated people thrive on a high protein diet, over methylated people thrive on a plant based diet
-Elevated levels of copper and hyperactivity and insomnia
-Getting your natural chelation going. DMSA may not be the best idea as it depletes zinc
william walsh, phd, nutritional therapy for the brain, august 14, 2014