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As concerns about the harmful side effects of anti-depressant medications grow, the world’s first study on diet and depression, a trial from Deakin University has shown for the first time that improving diet quality can treat major depression!


As depression continues to impact millions across the globe, antidepressant users are often unaware of the risk their medication poses. A shocking new study involving hundreds of thousands of antidepressant users found a 33% increase in the risk of death!




A critical mineral deficiency enhances inflammation, which is the foundation of the vast majority of diseases-from acute infections (including colds and the flu) to the chronic diseases-primarily caused by lifestyle (heart disease, cancer, diabetes, hypertension, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, strokes, etc.)


Two studies have determined consuming beverages containing a certain ingredient is linked to a significant increase in the risk of developing cardiovascular (heart) disease, type 2 diabetes and stroke.


It seems like today we are more stressed than ever, without any relief in sight. Throughout history, our ancestors around the globe, recognized the connection between stress, emotions, attitudes, physical health and long term well-being.



In the two preceding blog posts, we’ve reviewed the multiple causes of depression, and why anti-depressants are not effective in the treatment of mild to moderate symptoms. Now we’re going to review a wide variety of treatment approaches.


Last week I shared with you one particular episode demonstrating how nutritional research can be distorted to suggest something other than it’s accurate findings. This week, we’re going to explore why vitamin supplementation is important.

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