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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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Is Exercise Anti-inflammatory? What the Science Shows

I always hated to exercise. Maybe it was decades of accumulated mitochondrial damage from a high sugar diet and every day chemical exposures. Maybe I was just “too busy”. Maybe I wasn’t convinced it really mattered because I had always been thin. Today, both personally, and in my practice, I view exercise as one of...
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Latest Podcast

Lifestyle Psychiatry: Radio Interview with Dr. Lynn Johnson

I had the pleasure of being interviewed by a pioneering psychologist, Dr. Lynn Johnson, about myths and lore surrounding the practice of conventional psychiatry. He states: Psychiatry, as I said, has virtually abandoned psychotherapy, and along with that, isn’t really focused on such things as lifestyle interventions. Psychiatry has succumbed to the siren song of...
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Latest Event

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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Is Exercise Anti-inflammatory? What the Science Shows

I always hated to exercise. Maybe it was decades of accumulated mitochondrial damage from a high sugar diet and every day chemical exposures. Maybe I was just “too busy”. Maybe I wasn’t convinced it really mattered because I had always been thin. Today, both personally, and in my practice, I view exercise as one of...
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