Nutrition Intervention for Depression

by in Depression, Kitchen Sink January 10, 2008

Depression is a complex illness that must be diagnosed by a qualified health care practitioner. Often, however, the dietary component of mental illness is overlooked. Food sensitivities, or vitamin and mineral deficiencies may worsen the symptoms of depression. Following a few dietary guidelines, in combination with other prescribed treatments, may help to relieve symptoms of […]

Amino Acids and Mood Disorders

by in Amino Acids, Depression January 10, 2008

Recently more patients like you have been looking for alternatives to traditional antidepressant and anti-psychotic drugs. These drugs have may annoying side effects such as: dizziness, fainting, dry mouth, constipation, sluggishness, nausea, tremors and inability to read or concentrate. Maybe you want to eliminate these effects, reduce them or simply feel better while maintaining your […]