Can depression – affecting one citizen out of 6 once in their life – be avoided and treated successfully? In fact, it can be ‘swallowed’ – with healthy diet. Read on to learn more about.
THE PHILOSOPHY BEHIND
Conventional medicine is offering different ways of treating depression, like psycho- and cognitive behavioral therapy, and one-on-one social support. Culminating in anti-depressive medication.
No doubt, to swallow a pill is always more convenient for the patient than any other therapy – at least at first glance.
Unfortunately yet, anti-depressant pills have quite a few potential side effects - such as insomnia, drowsiness, anxiety, weight gain, nausea, etc.
Without solving the underlying problem.
Not enough. Psychiatric drugs including anti-depressants are responsible for half a million (preventable) deaths in our modern civilization.
SWALLOW OUT OF THIS VICIOUS CYCLE?
Now, 70 years after foundation at the University of Minnesota, the American Academy of Neurology has scientifically validated at its annual meeting in Los Angeles recently that depression, one of our culture’s most debilitating chronic diseases, can just be ‘swallowed’ naturally with – yes - healthy diet.
I.e., with specific nutrients bound in certain natural foods.
Successfully, and without side effects.
Based on research at, inter alia, Columbia University, New York, Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois, and in Australia at Deakin University and the University of South Australia.
Doing justice accordingly, to relieve and even waive depression naturally, to cover the respective anti-depressive nutrients, the appropriate (Mediterranean-type) ‘healthy diet' should comprise, inter alia, following foods:
IN A NUTSHELL
Can depression – affecting one citizen out of 6 once in their life – be treated successfully? Yes, it can be ‘swallowed’ in fact – with healthy diet. As you have learned in this blog.
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