Bipolar disorder may be treatable with nutritional supplements, according to researchers at the University of Calgary.
U of C Faculty of Medicine professors Bonnie Kaplan and Steve Simpson presented their team's research at the Canadian Psychiatric Association's annual meeting earlier this month.
"It's a broad spectrum nutritional supplement," said Kaplan. "It has 36 ingredients; most of them are minerals."
The supplement, called E.M. Power+, also contains vitamins, metals and antioxidants.