In this episode we bring to light some of the body chemistry imbalances that frequently contribute to depression. There are many varied causes of depression, some of which are very real, external factors that arguably merit the emotional response of sadness and depression. Those are facts of life, but having a healthy body that is well nourished can make hard times a little easier. Listen in to this episode to learn diet and supplementation tips you can use to support yourself through tough times.
Beyond that, sometimes the state of depression is entirely the product of imbalanced body chemistry. Nutrient deficiencies, toxins and low energy production can all powerfully trigger depression. Listen in to this episode to learn how to assess your own body chemistry to detect indication of body chemistry imbalances that may be triggering and perpetuating depression in your body. We’ll discuss easy to check biomarkers you can track on yourself and diet/supplement strategies you can use to correct those imbalances.
In this Episode You’ll Learn:
- How low blood pressure, electrolyte deficiencies, blood sugar instability, environmental toxins, and other factors, can all contribute to a state of depression.
- Self tests you can use to check yourself for particular body chemistry imbalances that may be contributing to depression in your case.
- Diet and supplementation strategies you can use to correct the body chemistry imbalances that commonly trigger depression.
Links Mentioned in this Episode:
- Our Digestive Issues Course
- Will’s Post on Daily Ritual’s for Mental Health and Emotional Empowerment
Show Transcriptions – Understanding Depression
T.C. Hale is not a doctor and does not claim to be a doctor, licensed in any type of medical field. Don’t be an idiot and use anything heard on this show as medical advice. This information should be used for educational purposes only and you should contact your doctor for any medical advice. Now get off me.
Kinna: Hey everybody welcome to Kick It naturally. I’m Kinna McInroe and I’m here with T.C. Hale, natural health expert, author, film producer, and BEEP*. I’m kidding. Uh, hey T.C.
Tony: Uh huh, how’s it going?
Tony: Calling me names before we start. You didn’t even wait.
Kinna: I know, I know.
Tony: Usually, usually wait till I get beat up on.
Kinna: I know. Uh and we’re also here with Cutie Patootie Will. Or it’s, it’s Will today, right?
Will: Yeah, yeah.
Kinna: Will or Justin.
Will: Awe come on. We’re over it, we’re over it. It’s Will, always.
Kinna: We’re with Will. And Will is celebrity trainer extraordinaire and all kinds of fun stuff.
Tony: He’s super fancy and he’s also known as Cutie Patootie just like I’m known as BEEP*.
Kinna: Yes. Uh but I say that with uh as a term of endearment.
Tony: It is. It’s very endearing.
Kinna: Tony. Uh today our topic is depression which I’m so happy about because every time I see Tony I get depressed…
Tony: It’s a problem. And I was thinking of a solution for that cause a lot of times depression can come from not having an opportunity to punch somebody in the face. So I was thinking if you just started punching me in the face that it would not depress you looked at me.
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