I believe that many mood-disorder symptoms, currently being treated by drugs, are likely from deficiencies in crucial brain-function vitamins like C, B12, folic acid, magnesium and essential fatty acids. - Mark Rosenberg
Delray Beach, FL (PRWEB) April 24, 2012
HealthyAnswers.com reports that recent studies show a connection between mood swings, emotional disorders and nutritional imbalances.
HealthyAnswers.com expert Mark Rosenberg, M.D, relates, “When a patient complains of feeling depressed one minute and okay the next, the first thing I ask them about is their nutrition. They’re often surprised to know that blood sugar levels, diabetic or high blood pressure medications, simple nutritional, and perhaps hormonal, deficiencies may be throwing their brain function and moods a curve ball.”
To read HealthyAnswers.com’s full report, click link: Mood Swings And Nutritional Imbalance
HealthyAnswers.com also states that water, fruits and vegetables and certain types of fish can positively affect mood. Fruits and vegetables are high in Vitamin C and fish, such as salmon, contain Omega-3 fatty acids – all nutrients which are crucial to healthy brain function.
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