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I recently wrote a chapter in a book called Power to Change.  It includes my chapter - 5 P's to Making Life Enhancing Changes as well as chapters from 18 other experts in various modalities of creating change. 

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Friday
Apr042014

How are leaky gut, inflammation and depression related?

I recently interviewed Ameet Aggarwal an amazing naturopathic doctor who lives in Kenya.  He pursued his studies in Toronto but has returned to his home country to practice naturopathic medicine in rural areas.  His area of expertise is treating depression and anxiety related disorders with a holistic, natural approach. 

Today I asked him to talk to us about what contributes to depression in certain individuals. He explains that depression is a complex condition and its physical causes are highly influenced by our gut and other internal organs, our diet and our emotions.  His answer will give you insights into depression but also hints about healing from disease in general – which he claims is much more effective if emotional healing is part of the process. 

Please leave your questions or comments below.

Jackie

PS: Ameet has recenty published a book called Feel Good - please check it out or listen to his other videos  on his web site.

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Reader Comments (1)

Jackie thank you for the great interview with Dr. Aggarwal. He very clearly points out the holistic nature of depression which is often overlooked in favour of a specialized or 'targeted' approach. As a Yoga Therapist my specialty is anxiety and depression, and I am going to order his book for my own studies. Perhaps I could return the favour and recommend "Yoga for emotional balance" by Bo Forbes. It is excellent. Take care and namaste!

April 6, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterBruce Chase-Dunn

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