The Walsh Research Institute

Dr. William J. Walsh, PhD, FACN, has been a pioneer in the development of advanced nutrient therapies since his collaboration with Dr. Carl Pfeiffer of Princeton, NJ in the 1980s. This approach recognises that nutrient imbalances can alter brain levels of key neurotransmitters, disrupt gene expression of proteins and enzymes, and cripple the body’s protection against environmental toxins. Dr. Walsh’s database containing millions of chemical factors in blood, urine and tissues has identified high-incidence imbalances in patients challenged by behaviour disorders, ADHD, autism, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorders, schizophrenia and Alzheimer’s disease.

The treatment protocol consists of a medical history, specialised lab testing, diagnosis of chemical imbalance, and individualised treatment aimed at normalising brain chemistry. Dr. Walsh’s clinical system is used by doctors throughout the world and has produced thousands of reports of recovery. Dr. Walsh has trained more than 500 physicians and medical practitioners in targeted, individualised nutrient therapy since 2000.

You can find a practitioner by either clicking here or on the image below.

Dr Walsh Nutrient Therapy for better Mental Health as promoted by the Chy Sawel Project


Nutrient Power (2014) by William J. Walsh, PhD (Skyhorse Publishing, New York, NY) provides the scientific foundation for this medical approach, including the emerging field of epigenetics. Dr Walsh presents a science-based nutrient therapy system, that can help millions of people diagnosed with mental disorders. Nutrient Power describes individualised nutrient therapies tailored to biochemical imbalances affecting individuals with ADHD, autism, behaviour disorders, depression, schizophrenia and Alzheimer’s disease.

The book includes case studies and in-depth chapters describing how the brain can be healed by identifying nutrient deficiencies and overloads, and how natural, drug-free therapies can effectively correct the imbalances.



One of the key aims of The Chy Sawel Project is to promote research that challenges assumption about mental health conditions. If you believe in challenging these assumptions too and would like to help…

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