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The Effect of Nutrition on Behavior and Performance

November 15th, 2007 · No Comments

Stephen Schoenthaler holds a PhD in Sociology with a specialization in Criminology from the State University of New York in Buffalo. He developed an interest in nutrition and behavior research while teaching and that interest has continued for over 25 years at CSU, Stanislaus. Dr. Schoenthalers work has appeared in all four of the most prestigious scholarly journals worldwide. He has also published over 40 peer reviewed articles and 150 professional presentations in addition to having multiple television specials devoted to his work.

In one of his research reports he tells about how the use of vitamin-mineral supplements was able to reduce, on average, prison violence 38%. This report also shows how Dr. Schoenthaler calculated a ratio of $1 invested in supplements returns $1,000 within a month to the California Department of Corrections! Read more about it here: Simple Solution to Prison Violence

Dr. Schoenthaler recently gave a presentation at the Beyond Talk Therapy: New Frontiers in Addiction Treatment Symposium in Sacramento, California. His topic is The Effect of Nutrition on Behavior and Performance.

The video presentation includes numerous case studies about how a low sugar diet and good nutrition with specific vitamin mineral supplements had positive results with various groups. Violence and antisocial behaviors were greatly reduced in prisons and academic performance in schools increased.

Professionals in the field and parents in general would benefit from watching this video.

To watch this video, click here > Stephen Schoenthaler video

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