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Kelly Brogan MD
Holistic Women's Health Psychiatry
caring for the whole woman naturally
Holistic Women's Health Psychiatry
caring for the whole woman naturally
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Holistic women’s health psychiatry focused on the identification of root causes of symptoms and natural treatments for whole body wellness. Perinatal nutrition, lifestyle, and environmental medicine considerations for mom and baby.

Topics Mindful Birthing & Mothering Paleo Mama Reforming Psychiatry Integrity in Food Enviromental Medicine

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What Happens When Africans Eat Like Americans?

What happens when you make rural Africans eat an American diet and African American eat a rural African diet for two weeks? It turns out that their micobiota change. Predicated on differential risk for colon cancer, O’Keefe et al set out to quantify the biomarkers and microbiota that might account for a colon cancer incidence...
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Latest Podcast

The Physiology and Treatment of Depression – Paleo Baby Podcast

The Physiology and Treatment of Depression This week Dr. Kelly Brogan joins Julie to shine light on the physiology and treatment of depression. Listen in as they cover how depression is mistreated in Western Medicine, understanding it’s root causes, and what to do about it. A great discussion complete with an exploration of postpartum depression...
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Postpartum Depression: My Interview with Science & Sensibilty

Lamaze is an incredible organization dedicated to supporting women’s birth and postpartum experience. Their clinical and scientific influence has reflected the conventional concerns around the role of medication in the treatment of antepartum and postpartum depression. I had the honor of bringing my perspective on inflammatory models of mental illness to Science & Sensibility. Read...
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What Happens When Africans Eat Like Americans?

What happens when you make rural Africans eat an American diet and African American eat a rural African diet for two weeks? It turns out that their micobiota change. Predicated on differential risk for colon cancer, O’Keefe et al set out to quantify the biomarkers and microbiota that might account for a colon cancer incidence...
read more