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 and the importance of deep nutrition
By Kelly Brogan, MD, and Sayer Ji, Greenmedinfo.com A new study finds the chemical war against cholesterol using statin drugs was justified through statistical deception and the cover up of over 300 adverse health effects documented in the biomedical literature. Better safe than sorry, right? This is the logic that defines the grasp that the pharmaceutical
Most women who have ever developed a post-antibiotic yeast infection are familiar with the now colloquial idea that antibiotics kill important regulatory bacteria. They think – I’ll just eat a little extra yogurt or maybe take a probiotic (to restore the changes to 87% of plasma metabolites!). It turns out that might not cut it.
When the Madness Started “I’ve spent a lot of my life feeling sick with no real diagnosis. I have always been small, and was as a kid. My stomach always ached. I had diarrhea constantly. But it wasn’t until my episode in college that everything went downhill.” Reilly, now a 42 year old woman, is
I can be incredibly impatient. When I want something done, I want it done yesterday. If there’s an easier, faster, more direct way to complete a task, I’m all about it. I’ve also, over the years, become more sensitive to the illusion of the “free lunch” that conventional medicine offers – birth control for annoying period-related