How Bad Nutrition Affects Depression and Post Traumatic Stres ...

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"How Bad Nutrition Affects Depression and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder? - http://thejoelarchive.com

Dr. Joel Wallach begins today's show discussing Depression, PTSD, manic depression and how bad nutrition affects these conditions.

Pearls of Wisdom
Billy Graff and Dr. Wallach discuss an article in Health.com about overeating. Billy and Doc compare the animal world to humans and how they are similar regarding overeating.

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"It’s thought that SAD sufferers are affected by shorter daylight hours in the winter. They produce higher melatonin, causing lethargy and symptoms of depression."

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