SUMMARY: The following case study provides an in-depth analysis of patients who experienced psychiatric medication withdrawal and were treated with an effective lifestyle medicine protocol. These holistic methods present a sustainable alternative to long-term treatment of mood symptoms and chronic illnesses. The diet and detox protocols prescribed by Dr. Brogan and showcased in this study,
Gut Health And Mood
Over 90% of the cells in our body are non-human. This microbial ecology, found largely in our digestive system, is intricately connected to processes in our bodies that make us healthy – or make us chronically ill. Modern life is wreaking havoc on the healthy balance required for health – including brain health. We are nature and nature is us. See how the latest science supports this truth.
Summary: This landmark, randomized, controlled clinical trial of our online protocol, Vital Mind Reset, demonstrates the power of lifestyle interventions to significantly relieve depressive symptoms and improve quality of life in as little as 44 days. Click here to find out more. 2020: The Year of Opportunity 2020 has been a year that almost no
My beloved partner, Sayer Ji’s, culminating work curating over twenty years of natural health advocacy, is finally here! His new book, Regenerate, now on pre-order, contains myth-busting health information, daily practices for regeneration, and a summary of the New Biology that you won’t find anywhere else. Not only that, but he’s going live with a
Eat your veggies is no longer synonymous with health thanks to the increasingly documented deleterious health effects of chemical pesticides and herbicides. In the approximately 80 years of human chemical herbicide use, countless health problems have been linked back to exposure. There was the Vietnam War’s Agent Orange. There was DDT and associated obfuscation efforts.
If you know what depression feels like – the brain clouding, the flat moods, the tiredness – you’re not alone. Over 300 million people around the world have depression, and yet there’s a lot that we still don’t quite understand.1 Thankfully, the medical field is developing some new insights that just might help us understand