Jul 28, 2018
This week on MIA Radio we interview Dr Julia Rucklidge. Dr Rucklidge is professor of clinical psychology at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand and she leads the Mental Health and Nutrition Research Group. Originally from Toronto, Canada, Julia completed her PhD at the University of Calgary followed by a post-doctoral fellowship at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. In the last decade, she and her lab have been running clinical trials investigating the role of broad-spectrum micronutrients in the expression of mental illness, specifically ADHD, mood disorders, anxiety and stress.
Julia has over 100 peer-reviewed publications and book chapters, has been frequently featured in the media and has given invited talks all over the world on her work on nutrition and mental health.
Mental Health and Nutrition Research Group
Vitamin-mineral treatment of ADHD in adults: A one year follow up of a randomized controlled trial.
Anxiety and Stress in Children Following an Earthquake: Clinically Beneficial Effects of Treatment with Micronutrients
A double-blind randomised, placebo-controlled trial of a probiotic formulation for the symptoms of depression
TEDx Christchurch: The Surprisingly Dramatic Role of Nutrition in Mental Health
TED Betrays Its Own Brand By Flagging Nutrition Talk
Contact the Mental Health and Nutrition Research Group