Eating too much processed food can affect your brain and lead to the symptoms of depression. In fact, mounting evidence shows that dietary deficiencies can sometimes cause depression and even schizophrenia.
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For centuries the heart was thought to be the seat of emotions. While we now understand that the heart’s mission is to pump blood through our bodies, scientists have discovered that emotions and your heart are profoundly linked.
Most people who suffer from depression turn to food to help them cope or make them feel better. Unfortunately, some foods can have the opposite effect.
Most people love the festive period. The Christmas rush, the jingles playing in every store and some even get butterflies when they see all the beautiful decorations. Then there’s you.
It will be World Health Day on Saturday, 7 April. This year, the focus is on depression. If you suffer from depression, you could be taking medication to help you cope.
If you go to the doctor for depression, he’ll prescribe you one of the many anti-depressants.
However, there’s a natural solution with none of the side effects such memory loss liver damage and weakening eyesight that he probably overlooks. The only side effects this recreational drug has are a strong immune system and renewed health…