Greetings, Eric Bakker. Thanks for tuning. I have a question here also from Sarat. Now I just asked a question for Sarat. I can not talk about that. Therefore, Sarat's question may be that vitamin B supplement helps with depression. Because I have depression, it gets much worse when I follow the Candida diet. The biggest problem for me with candida is depression.
Please answer me.
If you have noticed that a diet can initiate depression or a diet influences the mood. It is a very powerful reason to do a complete stool test. This is what I mentioned in the previous video that you want to do stool tests because you also have pain in your joints. So now we have established that you probably have an inflammatory condition. And now we have established that you also have a mood disorder. My feeling is that you have a problem with your small intestine, my friend. Something is not there with the small intestine.
I would put the salary for a week in which you probably have a candida or have a bacterial problem like klebsiella or citrobacter. There is something that is not right there. So the stool tests will reveal everything, and then you can take it from there. I can tell how many people I've seen where the mood stabilized once we improved the health of their digestive system as much as we could.
His anxiety disappeared. His depression left. They felt much happier. They became more committed in life. They enjoyed life much more. This only shows the point that you do not need medication to feel happy.
You need a happy belly so your head feels happy. So, if you get the second brain to feel good, then the primary brain will feel much better. It is not necessary to be a space scientist with an even better brain to discover it, right? But it seems that the medical profession can not understand how this can influence this.
I can not understand that. I really can not. There are tens of thousands of studies that have been done in the last four to five years just on this topic. On anxiety, depression and the biome of the human market, I believe that most of these studies are conducted to find the silver bullet that will produce the next trillion of medicines. That's all it is.
Years ago, when doctors decided to work on skin conditions such as acne and psoriasis and things like that, they knew that vitamin A worked very well on the skin, but they did not want to use it.
They wanted to use synthetic vitamin A. They created these drugs called retinoids or synthetic forms, patented them and made money with it. I'm afraid the same thing will happen with probiotics, which will actually patent certain strains and say that this is our probiotic and nobody else can touch it. It is a pity that they do not think in general, but only think for the shareholders of the company. That's what it's about, is not it?
But it does not matter. You can still get well in this life. Just try and think about doing some more advanced tests, discover what's wrong with the belly and then take it from there. As I mentioned a happy belly means a happy head. I hope I have answered your question.
He also said: "Can vitamin B supplement help with depression?" It certainly can. You need to take a good B complex. The B, I think that the most indicated for depression would be pyridoxine, so B6. But you also want to take B1, thiamine, B2, riboflavin, B3, niacin and B12, methylcobalamin seems to be the good form of B12 for brain function. Thanks for tuning.
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