Recently, I came upon an article in the NY Times about B12 deficiency and the types of symptoms it can create. An interesting part of this article is the many different diagnosis that were possible. Fortunately, the deficiency was found and the patient recovered.
Today, I was shown an information about Depression and D3. I’ve talked about Omega 3 Fatty Acids and Depression, and this is a different deficiency. It is good to realize that they both can create this type of symptom.
Here is the Article about B12 – The Presenting Problem – Was the patient’s strange gait the key to his illness? Read about it here. The Man with the Wobbly Walk
And the video about Nutrition and Depression – Vast numbers of people have suffered through depression at some point in their lives. Depression takes a huge toll on individuals, and has significant social and economic costs. What if foods could be a key to helping people lift out of depression and reduce anxiety? Watch Dr. Saul’s Video about Nutritional Deficiencies
Never underestimate what vitamins deficiencies can do.