how to increase glutathione on a ketogenic diet – foods

A well-formulated ketogenic diet is bursting with substances that are the building blocks for glutathione. Pair this with ketones’ ability to upregulate glutathione production and you have unleashed a detoxification powerhouse within your own cells. All the meats As you may have already read in prior blog posts on the topic, glutathione needs the aminoContinue reading “how to increase glutathione on a ketogenic diet – foods”

Is curcumin an option for treating my depression without medication?

Can I treat my depression using curcumin instead of medication? You absolutely can use curcumin for depression. There have been several randomized-controlled trials showing effectiveness specifically for depression. Curcumin targets neuroinflammation which has a strong role in causing depressive symptoms. There are bioavailable forms of curcumin that people with depression can take for improved results.Continue reading “Is curcumin an option for treating my depression without medication?”

Are OPCs an option for treating depression without medication?

Are oligomeric proanthocyanidins (OPCs) a natural option for treating depression without medication? In psychiatric issues such as depression, the symptoms treated by the effects of oligomeric proanthocyanidins (OPCs) include inflammation, oxidative stress, and neurodegeneration. They improve blood flow and nutrient availability to cells and increase the health of the blood-brain barrier. This allows less prohibitiveContinue reading “Are OPCs an option for treating depression without medication?”

Neuroinflammation and depression

The link between depression and neuroinflammation has been studied for many years. And yet treating neuroinflammation in depression is not thought of as a primary target of intervention. Our society keeps trying to treat depression with pharmaceuticals. And while they can help many people, there are populations of people suffering from depression in which medicationsContinue reading “Neuroinflammation and depression”