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  • What are your thoughts on this? Comment below. One can guide you, educate you, motivate you, inspire you but action need to be taken by you only.
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To defeat depression, you have to keep taking action in a right direction with consistency and patience
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For depression awareness, Follow @positive.kunal
  • What are your thoughts on this? Comment below. One can guide you, educate you, motivate you, inspire you but action need to be taken by you only.
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    To defeat depression, you have to keep taking action in a right direction with consistency and patience
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    For depression awareness, Follow @positive.kunal
  •  63  5  10 hours ago

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  • Did you know that I've written a book?
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It's all about my favourite topic- the biochemical causes of depression and anxiety.
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It was written about 10 years ago but nearly all of the content is still relevant today. We learn and grow and science develops so I'd add a chapter on more nutritional deficiencies and genetics, but other than that I'd say this book is still very comprehensive.
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I'm working on another book at the moment, and I might turn it into an ecourse. What do you think? and what would you like to see in it? I'd love your feedback.
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And if you're keen to read my book you can find links in the bio and use the eBook tab.
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#drjanellesinclair #naturalmentalhealth #biologicaldepression #biologicalanxiety #depressioncure #depressionbook #anxietybook #selfhealers #healthymindhealthybody #mindbodygreen
  • Did you know that I've written a book?
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    It's all about my favourite topic- the biochemical causes of depression and anxiety.
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    It was written about 10 years ago but nearly all of the content is still relevant today. We learn and grow and science develops so I'd add a chapter on more nutritional deficiencies and genetics, but other than that I'd say this book is still very comprehensive.
    .
    I'm working on another book at the moment, and I might turn it into an ecourse. What do you think? and what would you like to see in it? I'd love your feedback.
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    And if you're keen to read my book you can find links in the bio and use the eBook tab.
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    #drjanellesinclair #naturalmentalhealth #biologicaldepression #biologicalanxiety #depressioncure #depressionbook #anxietybook #selfhealers #healthymindhealthybody #mindbodygreen
  •  66  15  19 hours ago

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  • What are your thoughts on this? Comment below. Dependency on others is one of the leading causes of depression.
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Remember, every single person who comes in your life comes for a temporary time. Nothing is permanent. You are the only person who is gonna be with you until you are gone
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For depression awareness, Follow @positive.kunal
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Dm me if you are serious about defeating depression
  • What are your thoughts on this? Comment below. Dependency on others is one of the leading causes of depression.
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    Remember, every single person who comes in your life comes for a temporary time. Nothing is permanent. You are the only person who is gonna be with you until you are gone
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    For depression awareness, Follow @positive.kunal
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    Dm me if you are serious about defeating depression
  •  64  7  23 hours ago
  • Buy my E-Book and defeat depression. Tag someone who need to see this
  • Buy my E-Book and defeat depression. Tag someone who need to see this
  •  36  3  19 May, 2019
  • Mental disorders or #psychological disorders refer to a wide range of health conditions that affect a person's #thinking and #behavior.! Depression, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, addictive behavior are all examples of mental illnesses. .
It becomes a concern when the symptoms cause frequent #strain, #stress and constrain your activities. .
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#FightMentalIllness
  • Mental disorders or #psychological disorders refer to a wide range of health conditions that affect a person's #thinking and #behavior.! Depression, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, addictive behavior are all examples of mental illnesses. .
    It becomes a concern when the symptoms cause frequent #strain, #stress and constrain your activities. .
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    #FightMentalIllness
  •  39  2  18 May, 2019
  • What are your thoughts on this? Comment below. Only by wishing, thinking, crying, or dreaming, nothing happens, you have to take constant required actions. You have to persevere if you want to Defeat depression
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For depression awareness, Follow @positive.kunal
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Dm me if you are serious about defeating depression
  • What are your thoughts on this? Comment below. Only by wishing, thinking, crying, or dreaming, nothing happens, you have to take constant required actions. You have to persevere if you want to Defeat depression
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    For depression awareness, Follow @positive.kunal
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    Dm me if you are serious about defeating depression
  •  81  5  18 May, 2019
  • Day 6: Intermittent fasting (16:8-17:7)
2 weeks weight training with 5min of HIGH intensity interval training. Cut out all sugars besides 1 banana and maybe an apple or avocado per day. 
2 months in on the Wim Hoff method (breathing/cold showers daily). RESULTS:
~ 3.5lbs body fat GONE! Still eating normal calories during feeding window (roughly 2,000) so not callory restricted. ~ better mood/confidence
~ better sleep
~ HGH and T boosting in effect.
~ quicker muscle gains even tho it's only been 2 weeks. ~ consuming more fiber and vegetables than ever before. Still high protein. ~ fuzz face just cuz :-P
  • Day 6: Intermittent fasting (16:8-17:7)
    2 weeks weight training with 5min of HIGH intensity interval training. Cut out all sugars besides 1 banana and maybe an apple or avocado per day.
    2 months in on the Wim Hoff method (breathing/cold showers daily). RESULTS:
    ~ 3.5lbs body fat GONE! Still eating normal calories during feeding window (roughly 2,000) so not callory restricted. ~ better mood/confidence
    ~ better sleep
    ~ HGH and T boosting in effect.
    ~ quicker muscle gains even tho it's only been 2 weeks. ~ consuming more fiber and vegetables than ever before. Still high protein. ~ fuzz face just cuz :-P
  •  50  10  18 May, 2019
  • In my younger years before I had this work, animals were the closest thing I had in my life, they were like family to me, they’re so pure, they’re so innocent, they’re so love.
💚This is where I felt my most safe and understood, and whenever one of my animals would get sick I would feel this terror.. like oh my gosh what if they die!
💚It was literally a phobic response. And when my horse died in my younger years it was a phobic response let me tell you! It was as if my world was over.
💚But I wasn’t entering this challenge from a place of emotional health or internal stability. My set point was not joy and safety and peace like it is now. So my whole world crumbled. And it was so hard to get my head above water again.
💚Then fast forward to more recent times, my little doggy Lyric of 14 years passed away. He was my best friend, we’d been on so many adventures together. And when it was time to put him to sleep, of course I was sad. He was my best friend, and he transitioned.. he left his little body.. and that was OK.
💚But this is what was so liberating about that experience, I was free to be sad and miss my friend. But the truth of me - the internal - I was still OK. It was just like a movie - I knew I was going to watch a sad part of my life for a while, but I knew I was going to bounce back into my stability. All that panic and unnecessary stress and crisis energy - I didn’t have to experience that.
💚I was free to miss my friend - I was allowed to. But I knew life was going to be beautiful still - this is what I mean by emotional strength and emotional health.
💚Our internal can be so strong that we’re not fearful to experience life. There may be a heartbreak, there may be a challenge or a stressful situation. Things will arise, but the truth of you (that internal set point) is so high now, that you’re free to show up to it without it being the thing that crumbles you anymore.
✨If you’d like to experience true emotional freedom and joy - please get in touch✨
  • In my younger years before I had this work, animals were the closest thing I had in my life, they were like family to me, they’re so pure, they’re so innocent, they’re so love.
    💚This is where I felt my most safe and understood, and whenever one of my animals would get sick I would feel this terror.. like oh my gosh what if they die!
    💚It was literally a phobic response. And when my horse died in my younger years it was a phobic response let me tell you! It was as if my world was over.
    💚But I wasn’t entering this challenge from a place of emotional health or internal stability. My set point was not joy and safety and peace like it is now. So my whole world crumbled. And it was so hard to get my head above water again.
    💚Then fast forward to more recent times, my little doggy Lyric of 14 years passed away. He was my best friend, we’d been on so many adventures together. And when it was time to put him to sleep, of course I was sad. He was my best friend, and he transitioned.. he left his little body.. and that was OK.
    💚But this is what was so liberating about that experience, I was free to be sad and miss my friend. But the truth of me - the internal - I was still OK. It was just like a movie - I knew I was going to watch a sad part of my life for a while, but I knew I was going to bounce back into my stability. All that panic and unnecessary stress and crisis energy - I didn’t have to experience that.
    💚I was free to miss my friend - I was allowed to. But I knew life was going to be beautiful still - this is what I mean by emotional strength and emotional health.
    💚Our internal can be so strong that we’re not fearful to experience life. There may be a heartbreak, there may be a challenge or a stressful situation. Things will arise, but the truth of you (that internal set point) is so high now, that you’re free to show up to it without it being the thing that crumbles you anymore.
    ✨If you’d like to experience true emotional freedom and joy - please get in touch✨
  •  131  5  17 May, 2019
  • What are your thoughts on this? Comment below. To Defeat depression, you have to be laser focused. Your focus should be on only one thing : A depression free life. Everything else is distraction
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For depression awareness, Follow @positive.kunal
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✉️ Dm me if you are serious about defeating depression
  • What are your thoughts on this? Comment below. To Defeat depression, you have to be laser focused. Your focus should be on only one thing : A depression free life. Everything else is distraction
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    For depression awareness, Follow @positive.kunal
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    ✉️ Dm me if you are serious about defeating depression
  •  63  12  17 May, 2019
  • Major depressive disorder runs in families. There is a genetic component to this condition.
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If you have a 1st degree relative with major depression, like your mum, dad, brother or sister, your risk of depression is increased by 2-4 times. .
So that means compared to someone in the general population that has a risk of 8-16% of getting depression in their lifetime, your risk increases to 16-50%. .
But remember to keep this in perspective, you also have a 50-84% probability of not getting depression too.
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This week we're talking genetics and epigenetics of mental health. If a family member has mental unwellness, and you are concerned that you may end up with it too, realise that you can do something about it and lower your risk.
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To find out some practical tips on lowering your risk check out my latest YouTube video. Link in bio.
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I'll also be sharing some of those tips later on in the week on Instagram.
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Have you ever worried about a genetic risk in your family? Who would like to know how to lower that risk? 🙋💯
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#drjanellesinclair #naturalmentalhealth #selfhealers #mindbodygreen #depressioncure #depressionandanxiety #anxietyanddepression #genetics #mthfr #mthfrawareness #depression #mentalhealth #overcomedepression #depressioncoach #healthymindhealthybody #healthybodyhealthmind #notallinyourhead
  • Major depressive disorder runs in families. There is a genetic component to this condition.
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    If you have a 1st degree relative with major depression, like your mum, dad, brother or sister, your risk of depression is increased by 2-4 times. .
    So that means compared to someone in the general population that has a risk of 8-16% of getting depression in their lifetime, your risk increases to 16-50%. .
    But remember to keep this in perspective, you also have a 50-84% probability of not getting depression too.
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    This week we're talking genetics and epigenetics of mental health. If a family member has mental unwellness, and you are concerned that you may end up with it too, realise that you can do something about it and lower your risk.
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    To find out some practical tips on lowering your risk check out my latest YouTube video. Link in bio.
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    I'll also be sharing some of those tips later on in the week on Instagram.
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    Have you ever worried about a genetic risk in your family? Who would like to know how to lower that risk? 🙋💯
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    #drjanellesinclair #naturalmentalhealth #selfhealers #mindbodygreen #depressioncure #depressionandanxiety #anxietyanddepression #genetics #mthfr #mthfrawareness #depression #mentalhealth #overcomedepression #depressioncoach #healthymindhealthybody #healthybodyhealthmind #notallinyourhead
  •  66  2  16 May, 2019
  • feeling GREAT today and seriously on a high! ⠀
I went on a two mile walk today at 36 weeks pregnant and I feel fantastic! I’m fired up! I can’t believe how different I feel this pregnancy compared to last! ⠀
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More energy. ⠀
More happiness. ⠀
More motivation. 
More more more of everything. ⠀
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I wanna help 10 women feel my happiness, feel how good I feel at 36 weeks pregnant! If your pregnant or not, I wanna help you get this feeling back in your life! ⠀
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Comment below a 👏🏼👏🏼 and I will send you a message you! Be ready to find that you you’ve been missing for some time, cause I’m ready to help you get it back! ⠀
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LETS DO THE DAMN THING. 👏🏼💪🏼👏🏼❤️❤️
#letsdothedamnthing #igotyou #findyourhappiness #wegotthis #yourbiggestcheerleader #hypegirl #depressioncure #ppdcure #depression #wakeup #onahigh #excitedforyou #yourlife #yourchoices #choosehappiness
  • feeling GREAT today and seriously on a high! ⠀
    I went on a two mile walk today at 36 weeks pregnant and I feel fantastic! I’m fired up! I can’t believe how different I feel this pregnancy compared to last! ⠀

    More energy. ⠀
    More happiness. ⠀
    More motivation.
    More more more of everything. ⠀

    I wanna help 10 women feel my happiness, feel how good I feel at 36 weeks pregnant! If your pregnant or not, I wanna help you get this feeling back in your life! ⠀

    Comment below a 👏🏼👏🏼 and I will send you a message you! Be ready to find that you you’ve been missing for some time, cause I’m ready to help you get it back! ⠀

    LETS DO THE DAMN THING. 👏🏼💪🏼👏🏼❤️❤️
    #letsdothedamnthing #igotyou #findyourhappiness #wegotthis #yourbiggestcheerleader #hypegirl #depressioncure #ppdcure #depression #wakeup #onahigh #excitedforyou #yourlife #yourchoices #choosehappiness
  •  20  0  16 May, 2019
  • What are your thoughts on this? Comment below. Depression doesn't want you to spend time with your hobbies but positive kunal wants you to spend time in working on your hobbies as it is a positive activity amd helps in defeating Depression
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For depression awareness, Follow @positive.kunal
  • What are your thoughts on this? Comment below. Depression doesn't want you to spend time with your hobbies but positive kunal wants you to spend time in working on your hobbies as it is a positive activity amd helps in defeating Depression
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    For depression awareness, Follow @positive.kunal
  •  75  5  16 May, 2019
  • What are your thoughts on this? Comment below
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If you think you are following a right process then you should never ever give up. You will get out of depression, just be consistent and have some patience but never give up
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For depression awareness, Follow @positive.kunal
  • What are your thoughts on this? Comment below
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    If you think you are following a right process then you should never ever give up. You will get out of depression, just be consistent and have some patience but never give up
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    For depression awareness, Follow @positive.kunal
  •  146  29  15 May, 2019
  • FILL YOURSELF UP & GIVE FROM THE OVERFLOW. IT IS ONLY THEN YOU CAN TRULY GIVE. - @melissaambrosini 💕⁣
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The more I have a FUN- and ME-focused day-to-day life... the more my life & business THRIVE.⁣
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The more I try to do MORE and lose focus on ME (and enjoying every moment) - the more I find myself in a state of overwhelm.⁣
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Coincidence? NAH BRO.⁣
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Work + fitness doesn’t have to be UN-FUN, y’all. 👏🏼⁣
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And that makes ya girl REAL HAPPY. 😉
  • FILL YOURSELF UP & GIVE FROM THE OVERFLOW. IT IS ONLY THEN YOU CAN TRULY GIVE. - @melissaambrosini 💕⁣

    The more I have a FUN- and ME-focused day-to-day life... the more my life & business THRIVE.⁣

    The more I try to do MORE and lose focus on ME (and enjoying every moment) - the more I find myself in a state of overwhelm.⁣

    Coincidence? NAH BRO.⁣

    Work + fitness doesn’t have to be UN-FUN, y’all. 👏🏼⁣

    And that makes ya girl REAL HAPPY. 😉
  •  754  27  15 May, 2019
  • When people talk about brain foods, fatty fish is often at the top of the list.
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Here's some other brain healthy food options for your consideration.
  • When people talk about brain foods, fatty fish is often at the top of the list.
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    Here's some other brain healthy food options for your consideration.
  •  37  1  14 May, 2019

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  • How often do you get outside to experience nature?
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“Experience nature” sounds kind of batty, when you consider that our great grandparents didn’t have to pencil into their calendar nature outings... they were all around it, fully engulfed by it, it was always there... they played in it, worked in it, lived in it, and found ways to use nature as medicine.
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Today nature has become the minutiae of everyday life; it’s a passing thought, trivial, and not really considered until you have a bad run in with a bird crapping on your shoulder or a tree branch falling onto your car. 
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People living & working in concrete jungles, how often do they come into contact with nature? 
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What does being cut off from nature do to the human soul? We came from nature, and we shall return to nature when we pass... so what does being cut off from the source do to us?
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Imagine if nature wasn’t such an after thought... perhaps if more people weren’t cut off from their source we’d have more people rallying to preserve it. Maybe people would be more conscious of their impact and wouldn’t go out of their way to rape & pillage it every chance they got. Or maybe even being out in nature could help people to find themselves again, innerstanding what is truly important in life. 
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How often do you return to nature? What ways to you experience nature in all her glory?
  • How often do you get outside to experience nature?
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    “Experience nature” sounds kind of batty, when you consider that our great grandparents didn’t have to pencil into their calendar nature outings... they were all around it, fully engulfed by it, it was always there... they played in it, worked in it, lived in it, and found ways to use nature as medicine.
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    Today nature has become the minutiae of everyday life; it’s a passing thought, trivial, and not really considered until you have a bad run in with a bird crapping on your shoulder or a tree branch falling onto your car.
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    People living & working in concrete jungles, how often do they come into contact with nature?
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    What does being cut off from nature do to the human soul? We came from nature, and we shall return to nature when we pass... so what does being cut off from the source do to us?
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    Imagine if nature wasn’t such an after thought... perhaps if more people weren’t cut off from their source we’d have more people rallying to preserve it. Maybe people would be more conscious of their impact and wouldn’t go out of their way to rape & pillage it every chance they got. Or maybe even being out in nature could help people to find themselves again, innerstanding what is truly important in life.
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    How often do you return to nature? What ways to you experience nature in all her glory?
  •  1,284  73  22 October, 2018

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  • 5 Overlooked causes for depression!
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Have you heard about these biological causes for depression? - Omega 3 deficiency
- Vitamin B12 deficiency
- Low thyroid function (Hypothyroidism)
- Coeliac disease
- Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO)
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These are just a few of the overlooked causes of low mood, fatigue and brain fog.
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If you're interested in finding out the common symptoms of each of these imbalances check out my most recent YouTube video at http://www.YouTube.com/drjanellesinclair.
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How you ruled out these conditions for yourself? I'd love to hear your experiences.
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#drjanellesinclair #naturalmentalhealth #biologicaldepression  #depressionrecovery  #depressioncure  #beatingdepression  #mindbodygreen #selfhealers
  • 5 Overlooked causes for depression!
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    Have you heard about these biological causes for depression? - Omega 3 deficiency
    - Vitamin B12 deficiency
    - Low thyroid function (Hypothyroidism)
    - Coeliac disease
    - Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO)
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    These are just a few of the overlooked causes of low mood, fatigue and brain fog.
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    If you're interested in finding out the common symptoms of each of these imbalances check out my most recent YouTube video at http://www.YouTube.com/drjanellesinclair.
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    How you ruled out these conditions for yourself? I'd love to hear your experiences.
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    #drjanellesinclair #naturalmentalhealth #biologicaldepression #depressionrecovery #depressioncure #beatingdepression #mindbodygreen #selfhealers
  •  337  28  18 January, 2019
  • This week we're talking Food for Depression.
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I've been discussing a scientific trial called the SMILES trial.
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Part of the recommendations were to increase your fruit intake to 3 servings a day, and vegetable intake to 6 servings per day.
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So if you're not quite reaching these aims here's a few easy tips.
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1) Add kale, spinach, frozen berries or frozen mango to a morning smoothie. That's two serves per day already!
2) Have a salad for lunch or dinner. Vary it with different lettuces, baby spinach, red or white cabbage, grated carrot, grated broccolli, capsicum, tomatoes, or sprout. There's endless opportunities. You don't have to eat a boring salad!
3) Stirfries for dinner! Again throw in lots of varieties. You can always use a frozen stirfry mix. It's convenient, gives you lots of variety of vegetables and healthy! Remember the more colour variety, the better.
4) Swap your pasta for spiralized zucchini or carrot
5) Swap your pasta for cauliflower rice
6) Hide grated veges in a bolognese, or in tacos.
7) Try a vegetable soup in the winter.
8) Rethink morning and afternoon tea. Have an apple, a banana or berries. Or cut up carrots, cucumber, tomatoes and cucumber and have them with hummus or pesto. It doesn't matter if you ruin your dinner with these!
9) Double your serving size. If you realise you're not eating enough veges, double your serving size at dinner. Aim to have half of your plate fill with non-starchy vegetables.
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It's not rocket science. It's pretty simple really.
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What suggestions would add?
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#drjanellesinclair #naturalmentalhealth #eatmoreveggies #depressioncure #foodismedicine #foodasmedicine #healthybodyhealthymind #healthymindhealthybody #morevege #moreveggies #morefruit #fruit #vege #eattothrive #functionalmedicine #integrativemedicine
  • This week we're talking Food for Depression.
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    I've been discussing a scientific trial called the SMILES trial.
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    Part of the recommendations were to increase your fruit intake to 3 servings a day, and vegetable intake to 6 servings per day.
    .
    So if you're not quite reaching these aims here's a few easy tips.
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    1) Add kale, spinach, frozen berries or frozen mango to a morning smoothie. That's two serves per day already!
    2) Have a salad for lunch or dinner. Vary it with different lettuces, baby spinach, red or white cabbage, grated carrot, grated broccolli, capsicum, tomatoes, or sprout. There's endless opportunities. You don't have to eat a boring salad!
    3) Stirfries for dinner! Again throw in lots of varieties. You can always use a frozen stirfry mix. It's convenient, gives you lots of variety of vegetables and healthy! Remember the more colour variety, the better.
    4) Swap your pasta for spiralized zucchini or carrot
    5) Swap your pasta for cauliflower rice
    6) Hide grated veges in a bolognese, or in tacos.
    7) Try a vegetable soup in the winter.
    8) Rethink morning and afternoon tea. Have an apple, a banana or berries. Or cut up carrots, cucumber, tomatoes and cucumber and have them with hummus or pesto. It doesn't matter if you ruin your dinner with these!
    9) Double your serving size. If you realise you're not eating enough veges, double your serving size at dinner. Aim to have half of your plate fill with non-starchy vegetables.
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    It's not rocket science. It's pretty simple really.
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    What suggestions would add?
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    #drjanellesinclair #naturalmentalhealth #eatmoreveggies #depressioncure #foodismedicine #foodasmedicine #healthybodyhealthymind #healthymindhealthybody #morevege #moreveggies #morefruit #fruit #vege #eattothrive #functionalmedicine #integrativemedicine
  •  730  36  30 April, 2019

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