Depressed? The Most Common Nutrients You May Be Lacking.

A deficiency or sub-optimal intake of one or more nutrients can compromise your mental, physical, and emotional well-being. As can excessive exposure to heavy metals and other environmental toxins, which is one of the reasons exercise, sweating, and sauna therapy is so good for you. There are a lot of potential causes for depression including: lack of exercise, lack of sunlight (ie. vitamin D), nutritional deficiencies, low cholesterol, low fat diets, too much refined sugar/carbohydrates, underactive thyroid, lack of restful sleep, a recent breakup, consumption of artificial sweeteners, accumulation of heavy metals such as mercury from too much tuna (or other seafood; dental amalgams), glut

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