The link between diet and mental health

The link between diet and mental health
“There’s a very strong link between quality of diet and the risk of common mental disorders like depression and anxiety,” Felice Jacka, associate professor, psychiatric epidemiologist and director of the Food and Mood Centre at Deakin University told HuffPost Australia.  Jacka goes on to state that “Depression is very common and extremely disabling. The way diets across the globe have changed over the last 20 or 30 years is profound and very much for the worse. That has had a major impact on the health of the world.”
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Top ten rules for long term FAT loss …

Top ten rules for long term FAT loss …
“Fat loss eating is different from a weight loss approach to food. Weight loss places a sole focus on calories. Fat loss focuses on calories too, but puts more focus on hormones. Fat loss is about eating in a way that controls the natural compensatory nature of your metabolism. Metabolic sensations such as hunger, cravings, and energy are dramatically influenced by hormones. Balance your hormones and these sensations too will stabilize resulting in less food intake without much conscious effort.” Jade Teta
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Avoiding drug-induced nutrient depletion

Avoiding drug-induced nutrient depletion
Have you ever considered that your fatigue, low mood and/or poor sleep may be a side effect of the medication you’re taking?
“A little known, but potentially life-saving fact is that common medications deplete your body of a host of vital nutrients essential to your health.” Hyla Cass M.D.
Click here for a great article which highlights the most commonly prescribed medications and the nutrients they deplete our bodies of.