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Inflammation Sparking Self-Destructive Depression? (Part 4)

Inflammation Sparking Self-Destructive Depression? (Part 4)

In part one, two and three you learned about how inflammation can ignite depression, what drugs are being used to treat it and some of the natural ways you use to fight inflammation…

In this segment you’ll learn two more things that will help you overcome the challenges of body searing inflammation…

The first idea is…

The Importance of Undamaged Omega-3 and Omega-6…

“Omega” fats are a powerful, natural anti-inflammatory… 1

You probably hear a lot of companies touting the benefits on their marketing for omega-3 eggs for example…

Many nuts have plant style omega-3 and omega-6 except pecans… which are pretty low in those…

One fact to be aware of is that the human body can’t convert alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) found in plant foods to docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) found in sea food like fatty fish and krill…

… not very well anyway…

Still the fact the human body can’t transform omega-3 ALA into DHA isn’t a deal breaker because plant based, undamaged omega-6 which is also vital to your brain and body health…

It’s just as important in my actual experience to have a much higher dose of undamaged, wholesome omega-6 fats…

In fact I barely bother with omega-3 fats from animal sources at all… for various reasons… including the fact that it may be harmful when taken in large amounts… especially from poison contaminated seafood… 2

The key point for both omega-3 and omega-6 fats is that is has to be undamaged kind from whole, unprocessed and generally raw foods

Omega-3 injected into breads or processed foods likely isn’t in a pure, undamaged form…

The best sources for brain and body health omega-6 are nuts and nut like foods… maybe butter especially if it’s hormone free…

Both omega-3 and omega-6 fats are needed for every cell in your body…

Omega-6 is vitally important to your brain and nerve cells too… “damaged” omega 6 fatty acids will give you brain fog, confusion and depression 3

“Healthy, undamaged” omega-6 and its child compounds like AA or arachidonic acid stamp out inflammation’s fiery destruction — they don’t cause it…

As long as these fats are undamaged, unheated or unprocessed the ratio of omega-3 and 6 doesn’t matter that much…

… Again that’s based on years of personal experience…

So what’s the second idea you need to challenge inflammation at its source?

Vitamin D – Another Anti-Inflammatory Weapon…

This is the one vitamin hormone that a lot of Westerners are missing and they’re paying for it…

The best way to grab enough Vitamin D is through a reasonable amount of sun on the skin…

Depending on where you are in the world that can range from 10 to 30 minutes per day…

This helps to guard against the painful inflammation in the joints and the rest of your body… assuming you’re not taking in “poisons” that trigger inflammation…

Remember if the bad outnumbers the good, no matter how much good things you do for your health you’ll still be in trouble…

What Exactly Vitamin D Does In Your Body…

Vitamin D helps your body create over 200 anti-germ “peptides”…

It also helps you switch on a number of genes including ones that help you fight off disease and deadly, constant inflammation…

In one study with a placebo control, a high dose of vitamin D helped fight off inflammation damage to the heart in people nearing heart failure… 4

In another case, taking 50 mcg (micrograms), which is the same as 2000 IUs (International Units) for nine months can increased fire-fighting anti-inflammatory interleukin-10 (IL-10) by a whopping 43%…

… At the same time it kept down the level of fire-starting cytokine TNF-alpha in people with congestive heart failure (CHF)…

Vitamin D deficiency is also linked to depression…

In one past study, senior patients with the lowest levels of vitamin D were found to be 11 times more likely to be depressed than those who had normal levels… 5

Vitamin D receptors (i.e. spots where vitamin D parks) are found all over the brain…

Researchers think that having the right amount of Vitamin D can supercharge vital brain chemicals plus protect your brain cells by increasing the power of glial cells

Apparently these glial cells are mechanics which repair damage neurons or sections of the brain so they’re good as new…

You can use vitamin D3 supplements however you have to watch it carefully to avoid an overdose…

How Much Vitamin D Do You Need?

To reap maximum benefit, you need a vitamin D level of at least 40 to 60 nanograms per milliliter (ng/ml).

Personally I’ve never had a serious issue taking 2000 IUs per day…

The average person taking that much probably doesn’t have to worry about overdosing on Vitamin D, which could be kind of poisonous…

Anyhow, I talk a lot about vitamin D and other vitamins in How to Treat Diabetes Fast… specifically the “Diabetes Supplement Survival Guide” which is not sold by itself…

Getting the Right Amount of Sun Instead of Pills…

Just remember that its possible to overdose using vitamin D3 as a supplement…

It’s a hormone not a true vitamin and humans are supposed to only get it through the sun…

Vitamin D is a kind of “signal flare” to turn on good things and system in your body that promote good health…

If you go overboard with supplements you might screw up some things in your body…

Might

I personally haven’t had any problems with vitamin D3 supplements…

The only time I ever had any problems was when I took 4000 IUs per day…

Also UVB sunlight radiation isn’t the only kind of light you need either…

You need all the kinds of light the sun provides to fight off depression…

For example, standing outside without glasses or contacts for several minutes within an hour of sunrise is an effective way to fix your body clock for the better…

Plus avoiding blue light from phones and computers is another way to sleep better, which really helps you avoid depression…

Break Free of Depression’s Grip by Putting Out the Fires of Inflammation…

If you suffer from depression, it’s worth it to take steps to cut down inflammation in your body…

And the best part is that drugs aren’t needed to do it!

Change your diet and make sure to get enough undamaged omega 3 and omega 6 and vitamin D too…

Nuts for example are a wonderful source for healthy fats…

You’ll also need to drop all the processed foods with chemicals and compounds that ignite explosive inflammation in your body…

The key is to switch to whole foods as much as possible to stamp out inflammation before it starts…

Kind of like throwing water on a fire before it gets really big…

The blueprint in the Diabetes Mastery Blueprint and How to Treat Diabetes Fast works for diabetics and non-diabetics alike when it comes to defeating inflammation at its source…

… because inflammation is one of the major factors in all kinds of problem diseases like heart disease, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s, diabetes and even cancer…

Rise from the ashes,

Sunny Lam


  1. University of Maryland Medical Center, Omega-3 Fatty Acids 
  2. Djoussé, Luc, et al. “Dietary omega-3 fatty acids and fish consumption and risk of type 2 diabetes.” The American journal of clinical nutrition 93.1 (2011): 143-150.

    Brostow, Diana P., et al. “Omega-3 fatty acids and incident type 2 diabetes: the Singapore Chinese Health Study.” The American journal of clinical nutrition 94.2 (2011): 520-526.

    Kaushik, Manas, et al. “Long-chain omega-3 fatty acids, fish intake, and the risk of type 2 diabetes mellitus.” The American journal of clinical nutrition (2009): ajcn-27424. 

  3. Sanchez-Mejia, Rene O., et al. “Phospholipase A2 reduction ameliorates cognitive deficits in a mouse model of Alzheimer’s disease.” Nature neuroscience 11.11 (2008): 1311-1318. 
  4. NutraIngredients.com April 10, 2006 
  5. Times Online May 9, 2014 
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