Tag: obsessive-compulsive disorder

Epigenetics, Nutrient Therapy, and Mental Health: An Introduction - Epigenetics Series, Part 1
Epigenetics

Epigenetics, Nutrient Therapy, and Mental Health: An Introduction – Epigenetics Series, Part 1

Epigenetics literally means “above genetics”. It’s the system in which the body regulates what genes do. Epigenetics regulates which genes are expressed and which ones are silenced all throughout the body.

Nutrient therapy has a very high success rate in lowering the dosage amount of psychiatric medication needed. Depending on the epigenetic alterations you may have, nutrient therapy may remove the need for psychiatric medication all together.

Nutrients are powerful and are just effective, if not more, than psychiatric medication without the severe side effects. They have the capability to regulate enzyme gene expression, control serotonin & dopamine reuptake, and improve antioxidant protection in the brain.

Learn more about epigenetics, nutrient therapy, and mental health by reading this article.

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Inflammation, The Microbiome, and Mental Health: Regulating Mental Health through Diet
Inflammation

Inflammation, The Microbiome, and Mental Health: Regulating Mental Health through Diet

Inflammation has been linked to psychiatric disorders such as major depressive disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, anxiety, schizophrenia, and bipolar disorder. Discover the link between inflammation, your gut, and your mental health by reading this post. It ends with an anti-inflammation diet that helps regulate inflammation, therefore, improving your mental health.

*Note: This is brand new research coming out, all scientific articles referenced are from 2017 and on.

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