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Rousseau and Nature’s Way: Realistically Thinking about Treatment and Medication
November 3, 2012

We’ve been thinking about people who come to our clinic, say that they are not sure that they have a mood…

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Imperfect Bodies
September 30, 2012

In his book, “The Heart of Man,” Erich Fromm wrote about two modes of being – one he called biophilia (the…

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Creatine for Depression in Women
August 25, 2012

In a small study of depressed women the dietary supplement creatine significantly boosted the response to an SSRI (serotonin antidepressant). Creatine…

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Stress Eating
August 14, 2012

Weight gain may be not only a psychological (“I hate how I look, it makes me depressed”) but also a biological…

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Vitamin D
July 29, 2012

Vitamin D is one of the fat soluble vitamins, and along with other fat soluble vitamins, it is possible to take…

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Supplements – Overview
July 29, 2012

Supplements are drugs that are found in nature (note: supplements don’t have to be any more “natural” in terms of how…

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Natural Supplements for Depression
July 15, 2012

There are many, many supplements that people have suggested are effective treatments for depression. How do you decide what is worth…

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Mood and Food
July 11, 2012

Many people have an intuitive sense that a good diet is a foundation stone of good mental health. We don’t disagree,…

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Diet and Weight Loss
June 8, 2012

The topic of losing weight is one that is charged with emotional significance for many individuals. Perhaps in keeping with that…

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Supplements for Mood
June 4, 2012

There are lots of supplements that are supposed to help with mood and energy and overall health. We try to keep…

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