Food Allergies and Depression

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It's Genetic
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   Posted 9/5/2011 11:03 AM (GMT -6)   
I've talked so much over the last year about foods in relation to depression, and I want to add one other item just for your interest if I may:
Please go to on google search and
read the article there by a doctor and a master associate who have written intelligently about the effects of foods on brain chemicals.
I don't believe that I have ever suggested that diet may cure depression or bipolar illness, but I have reiterated time and again that diet may make it possible to lower the level of prescribed medications that we need to take to control depression and to alleviate the symptoms.
The article I am referring to is called "How Modern Eating Habits May
Contribute to Depression".  I think it will interest those of you who
are serious about wanting to alleviate some of the symptoms you have
with depression.
I hope you believe that I am a serious person and do not wish ever to mislead or misdirect you in any way regarding what scientists are saying now about improving chemical imbalances in the brain.
You will be led on an interesting journey for much, much more available information regarding diet and improvement in depression and bipolar illness.  Please take a look at some of the information available for you regarding these matters.
ruthwhalen.comcaffeine is an interesting website and her book entitled "Welcome to the Dance--Caffeine allergy-a Masked Cerebral Allergy"
may give you some indication of what she went through in her search for answers for her chemical imbalance.
Take care everyone,
It's Genetic

Post Edited (It's Genetic) : 9/5/2011 12:46:21 PM (GMT-6)

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