Dr. Berg: Vitamin Deficiencies in Mental Institutions

“Love of money” driven psychiatrists don’t care enough to learn the truth about the nutrients their patients are low in, sadly — prescribing $drugs only.

Vitamin Deficiencies in Mental Institutions

Dr. Eric Berg DC

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DATA:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti… 

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science…

Healthy Ketogenic Diet and Intermittent Fasting:

https://youtu.be/vMZfyEy_jpI

https://youtu.be/mBqpaAKtnXE

https://youtu.be/3dHcT1-K-tw

Dr. Georgia Ede – ‘Nutritional Psychiatry’ in the Real World: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQFJ3…

Bipolar: https://youtu.be/Nivk095Mrw0

Are vitamin deficiencies in mental institutions common? Here’s what you need to know. 

Timestamps

0:00 Vitamin deficiencies in mental institutions

0:23 How what you eat affects your brain 

1:11 Vitamin deficiencies and mental illnesses 

3:10 Nutrition for mental health

Today we’re going to talk about vitamin deficiencies in mental institutions. I believe this is an extremely common problem that’s very ignored. 

Dr. Georgia Ede is a psychiatrist who has great data on using the ketogenic diet and intermittent fasting for mental health. She has studied the connection between what you eat and the effect it has on a person’s mental state. She also talks about how inflammation in the brain and too much oxidative stress can actually alter a person’s entire physiology, mood state, and mental state. 

Looking deeper at certain vitamin deficiencies and mental health conditions:

Schizophrenia — 

Some people have seen great results using:

• Vitamin B3 (in large amounts)

• Vitamin D 

• Folate

Depression — 

Some people have seen great results using:

• Vitamin D

• Omega-3 

• Vitamin B12 (if you have anemia)

Bipolar disorder — 

Some people have seen great results using:

• The ketogenic diet 

Apathy — 

Some people have seen great results using:

• Vitamin B1

Anxiety and panic attacks — 

Some people have seen great results using:

• Vitamin B1 

ADD/ADHD — 

Some people have seen great results using:

• Vitamin B1 

• Omega-3

Obsessive-compulsive disorder — 

Some people have seen great results using:

• Zinc 

• Taurine 

Psychosis —

Some people have seen great results using:

• Vitamin B1

I believe adding the keto diet and intermittent fasting can also be huge for a person’s mental health. As a person’s body adapts to fasting and fat-burning, all sorts of amazing things could potentially happen to the brain. 

 

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