Senate Submission

In March 2005, the Senate set up a Select Committee to inquire into the provision of mental health services in Australia. See the Committee’s Terms of Reference. The Select Committee’s report is now available. Bio-Balance Health Association made three written submissions to the Inquiry. The full texts of these can be found as Submission 378, 378A and 378B and are attached below. Three Bio-Balance representatives (John Skelton, Judy Nicol and Dr Richard Stuckey) also appeared and gave verbal evidence in support of our written submissions at a Select Committee hearing on the Gold Coast on 2 February 2006.

378 - Submission to Senate Select Committee on Mental Health

The following submission was prepared on behalf of Bio-Balance Health Association Inc. by John Skelton, inauguraal Vice-President of the Association and currently a member.

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378 - Attachment 1 - Nutrients And Depression: Food For Your Mood

By: Constantine Bitsas, Executive Director - Health Research Institute and Pfeiffer Treatment Center

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378 - Attachment 2 - Biochemical Individuality and Nutrition

By: Bill Walsh, Ph.D. - Pfeiffer Treatment Center Center

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378 - Attachment 3 - Complementary Nutritional Treatment of Mental & Behavioural Disorders Comes to Australia

By: John Skelton Biobalance Health Association Center

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378 - Attachment 4 - Biochemical Treatment of Mental Illness and Behavior Disorders

By: Minnesota Brain Bio Association - William J. Walsh, Ph.D. - Health Research Institute Center

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378A - Supplementary Submission to the Senate Select Committee on Mental Health

This submission was prepared on behalf of Bio-Balance Health Association Inc. by John Skelton, inaugural Vice-President of the Association

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378B - Supplementary Submission #2 to the Senate Select Committee on Mental Health

By: Bio-Balance Health Association Inc.

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Supplementary Submission #2 to the Senate Select Committee on Mental Health - Attachment 1

By: Bio-Balance Health Association Inc.

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The Forces against Health in Australia

Nutritional medicine could save hundreds of millions of lives, but vested interests actively pursue the opposite.

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