One of the most common diseases of modern life, depression, can be caused by many different
factors. Such factors include genetics, metabolic conditions, traumas, etc. Although most of the cases
have an initial trigger, very rarely can it be suddenly healed.
Many medications have been developed and have proven to be very effective, however, some sides
effects may occur.
Most medications try to provide a balance of serotonin and blood glycemic concentration, a factor that
when unbalanced may trigger depression.
Exercise is known to be a powerful tool for elevating the body levels of serotonin and help balance
insulin levels. These hormones directly connect with the balance of blood glycemia. If adjusted with a
proper nutrient-based diet, those results may be exponentially optimized.