Some frightening statistics

Depressed people are four times more likely to develop a heart attack than those without this illness. After a heart attack, they are at a significantly increased risk of death or second heart attack. (National Institute of Mental Health, 1998). 

Depression is the trigger to over ⅓rd of the 30,000 suicides in the USA each year (White House Conference on Mental Health, 1999). 

  • The federal government’s health statisticians figure that about one in every 10 Americans takes an antidepressant
  • One in eight adolescents have clinical depression
  • Twice more women than men suffer from depression

Antidepressants don't work

The television program 60 Minutes, addressed the volume of research on the lack of efficacy of anti-depressant medications. This research began over a decade ago and has shown that anti-depressant medications are not much more effective than placebo (sugar pill). 

A 2008 study led by Dr. Irving Kirsch of Harvard Medical School started a big ruckus in the mental health world.  He and his colleagues re-analyzed 35 different antidepressant drug trials submitted to the FDA for the licensing of Prozac, Effexor, Serzone, and Paxil.   He used the Freedom of Information Act to get access not only to the studies that showed the drugs worked, but also to the studies that didn’t show an effect, which were, unfortunately, most of them

The main causes of depression

  1. Bad news or emotional shocks trigger a disturbance in the brain that causes our Neurotransmitters to burn out. When we have negative emotions, our body tries to access the reserve of glucose in our brain to combat these harmful feelings. Lack of good sugar in our blood from  bad eating habits will cause our neurotransmitters to burn up. This will give rise to depression. 
  2. Toxic metals such as mercury, aluminum, cadmium, lead, arsenic, copper, steel, etc.. are present in every body's brain due to our highly toxic environment. Some of these metals we absorb just by licking our fork or spoons that are made of cheap metals. 
    They are also part of our daily environment, and there is no way for us to avoid them. They come from our poisonous habitat that is saturated with the many harmful products used in industry that end up in our rivers, sea, and lakes. These eventually go up in the atmosphere and back to us when it rains.
  3. The adrenaline generated by our adrenal glands can also burn our neurotransmitters. Adrenalin is released as a fight or fly substance when we are in danger, or need more stamina. Drinks containing caffeine can also trigger a release of adrenaline in our body (coffee, some teas, most sodas, colas, chocolate, ice creams flavored with coffee or chocolate, energy drinks, etc..).
  4. Viruses such as Epstein Barr, HHVs, Shingles, etc.. can also affect the neurotransmitters in the brain, and trigger depression. 

I can help you

During my consultation, I will explain:

  1. How to build the glucose supply in your brain with a proper diet
  2. Advise on a proper diet to prevent further damage to your neurotransmitters
  3. Reveal what triggers adrenaline to be released from your body and what food / drinks to avoid
  4. Clarify how to remove any virus that may be causing your depression
  5. Disclose what special food powerfully restore brain function and fight depression
  6. Explain what herbs and supplements can safely be used to remove your depression
  7. How to remove toxic heavy metals such as mercury and aluminum from your brain.

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