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This video will show you the nutrient deficiencies that cause depression.
1. Vitamin D deficiency
This deficiency has been linked to depression, dementia and autism. Most of our levels decrease during the autumn and winter months, since sunlight is the richest source
2. omega 3 deficiency.
These essential minerals reduce inflammation and play a critical role in brain function, especially memory and mood. Eat fish and take supplements to get omega 3
3. Deficiency of vitamin B complex
A deficiency of vitamin B can affect your mental health. According to a 2009 study, more than a quarter of severely depressed older women were B-12 deficient.
4. Deficiency of amino acids.
An amino acid deficiency can make you feel sluggish, foggy, unfocused and depressed
5. Deficiency of zinc.
Zinc activates digestive enzymes to break down food and prevents food allergies that can cause depression in some people
6. Selenium deficiency.
Selenium is important for good thyroid function. Helps the conversion of inactive thyroid hormone T4 to active thyroid hormone
7. Iodine deficiency.
Iodine deficiency can be a big problem because iodine is essential for the thyroid to work as it should, and the thyroid affects your mood.
8. Iron deficiency.
The symptoms of iron deficiency are similar to those of depression: fatigue, irritability, brain fog.
9. Folate deficiency.
People with a low folate have only a 7 percent response to treatment with antidepressants. Those with high folate levels have a response of 44 percent
10. Magnesium deficiency.
You probably have a magnesium deficiency because up to half of Americans are
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