Podcast 7 - Natural Treatment For Depression

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In this podcast expert nutritionist, Shawn Stevenson, talks about root causes and natural treatments to problems of depression.

Many people suffer quietly because they don’t realize they have an illness. They may feel the depression is a weakness and as a result don’t make the call for help. Let’s clear up some things right now. Depression is more than just having the “blues”. Depression is not a personal weakness or personality fault. Depression has natural treatments. You are about to discover what they are in this podcast.

General Depression Statistics

  • Depression weakens the immune system and so one becomes susceptible to physical disorders
  • In a year nearly 13 million and 14 million people experience a depressive disorder
  • Only 20 percent who develop depression receive adequate treatment
  • 16 percent of adults will experience depression
  • 97 percent of those reporting depression are with the opinion that their work, home life and relationships suffered as a result of it
  • Depression increases chances of dying within 6 months after a heart attack

When you listen to this podcast you will learn:

  • How depression effects you biologically
  • The chemical process of depression
  • How Vitamin C helps reverse depression & its best botanical sources
  • This legume can help with dopamine based depression
  • This yellow flower has been clinically proven in helping depression
  • The amazing history and benefits of Ginkgo Biloba
  • People suffering with depression have a low level of this
  • You MUST remove these oils from your diet
  • This nut works just as well as a pharmaceutical antidepressant
  • And much more…

Recommended viewing:
Shawn Stevenson’s TEDx talk on Cacao

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Podcast 7   Natural Treatment For Depression
Podcast 7   Natural Treatment For Depression
Shawn Stevenson is a Professional Nutritionist specializing in biochemistry and kinesiological science, as well as advanced treatment for acute and chronic disorders. He is the author of several books including The Key to Quantum Health and The Fat Loss Code He holds a Bachelors of Science degree from The University of Missouri – St. Louis, and he is the founder of the Advanced Integrative Health Alliance. Over nearly a decade of research, Shawn’s work has touched the lives of thousands of people in his private practice, programs, and live events. Shawn’s greatest gift has been providing a tremendous array of valuable strategies, insights, techniques, tools for healing, and proven methods for radically transforming the health and beauty of the human body.
Podcast 7   Natural Treatment For Depression

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  • Seth B

    took notes. loved it. i was depressed back in my late teens to early twenties, then they put me on anti depressents and i got very suicidal, after going cold turkey from pharma, i got better. just talking to friends and family was the best medicine at the time. since then, so long as most of the situations in my life are fine including having some kind of drive or interest or purpose or fascination, i haven’t been depressed. with eating healthy, i’ve actually experienced bouts of happiness and pure joy even bliss or “runner’s high” moments. the better i feel and exercise and bask in that community, the better my life feels overall. i love listening to shawn’s podcasts because his info is so researched and potent and relevant and delivered usually with respect, concert, and usually experience

  • http://www.facebook.com/jrmhodnett Jerome Hodnett

    SERIOUS ISSUE IN OUR SOCIETY DEPRESSION,MENTAL HEALTH,MOST PEOPLE HAVE NOT GOT A CLUE HOW BADLY SOME PEOPLE SUFFER THEY LIVE ON A DIFFERENT WAVELENGTH TOO THESE UNFORUNATE SOULS.

  • explorer

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