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Bobby Brown

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The Power Probiotics

Did you know about 20% of people who take a course of antibiotics will feel acute depression for a period of weeks or months. If they take two courses of antibiotics this number raises to about 40%.
As a follow up to the last post, Antibiotics can actually bring about depression for a period of weeks or months.
This is not to say they shouldn't be taken when needed. But they kill off both good and bad bacteria, and we need to make sure we remedy this fast.
Then, as the bacteria die off, they release toxins back into the body they had stored within them.
As these bacteria are also very connected to the neuroendocrine cells in the colon where they live, this disrupts the production and balance of neurotransmitters such as serotonin, GABA and dopamine.
The solution to this is to take probiotics immediately following a course of antibiotics, to start building back up the beneficial bacteria in the colon. And get in your amino acids as many of these bacteria feed on amino acids such as lysine and tryptophan.
On top of this, B vitamin production is also diminished, and taking 100 mg of B1 and B complex in a day can help return one to a feeling of normalcy much faster.
Healthy Oils
Just as important as the foods you cook is what you cook them in. Use vegetable oils instead of solid fats like butter, margarine, shortening, or lard. Canola, olive, safflower, corn, and soybean oils have healthy monounsaturated fatty acids. Choose the one that tastes best to you. Use these oils to sauté, bake, or stir fry, but never to deep fry, which adds calories and fat.

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Press Release comments:

Bobby good read. Thanks for the PR.Kenneth Leon