Last week one of the BIG health organizations came out with a new diagnosis for a BIG health concern that we are seeing a huge rise in today and it is with that release that this episode is being aired on today.
The topic of depression is not new by any means and depression can be a complicated subject. It can manifest in people in many different ways and the treatment can be multifunctional.
In today’s episode I wanted to bring you some ways nutrition can either help whether you are taking medication for depression or if your not and just want some great natural ways to boost your mood.
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7 Key food/Nutrients That Can Help Prevent Depression