Depression has to be one of the most misunderstood health problems in our society. Tens of millions of people live each day in a fog of depression, negativity and lack of enthusiasm for life. We all know someone who has struggled with depression and seen its negative impact on the family, career and quality of life. Even today millions of Americans are still prescribed SSRI drugs each year, despite the fact that they are no more effective than a placebo sugar pill (according to the Journal of the American Medical Association). Luckily it doesn’t have to be that way!

New biochemical science has allowed us to understand the issue of depression like never before. The latest research provides new insights into the how proper diet, stress management, vitamin supplementation and gut function help eliminate depression. So if you wanted to learn more about what depression really is and what really causes it you are in for treat. Join Dr. Rostenberg as he blows the lid off the issue of depression – what it is, what causes it, and the best way to treat the root causes, naturally!

If you or someone you know is struggling with depression and/or anxiety issues, please share this video with them! For help optimizing your gut, your brain and genetic expression, so you may experience more abundant health in your life…you may contact Dr. Rostenberg at 208-322-7755 or care@redmountainclinic.com.

Yours in Health,

Dr. Rostenberg

6 Comments

  • September 27, 2016 Reply

    Michelle

    How can I start to heal? Please help me to do this! I have suffered with depression for many years and do not like taking medication to help me control this.

    • September 27, 2016 Reply

      beyondstaff

      Hi Michelle,

      Thanks for your comment. How do you heal? Its a big question and its not something to try to do all by yourself. Seek out professional help, with doctors and clinicians who have helped people like you get life-changing results. For best results you need to work with a team who knows the genes, nutrition, pathways and other factors involved in depression. I would like to invite you to reach out and contact my office directly care@redmountainclinic.com and 208-322-7755. Let my staff know you would like to work with our team to help you solve your depression using natural tools. We will work you through our comprehensive process of looking at the 30,000 foot view all the way down to the genetic pathways involved. From there we can produce an individualized treatment plan for your healing process.

      In Health,

      Dr. Rostenberg

  • September 28, 2016 Reply

    MM

    How about anxiety and panic attacks? Where do they fit in all this? I have sibo, candida, mthfr and dont know where to start. Have you worked with anyone having random panic attacks? I started having them all of the sudden last year and my life has been miserable ever since. I am positive it has something to do with all conditions metioned above but none of the NDs i have seen so far were able to help 🙁

    • October 7, 2016 Reply

      beyondstaff

      Hi MM,

      Thanks for your comment. Yes I work with patients with panic attacks on a daily basis. Its all connected. Gut infections produce organic chemicals that clog your liver and make the half-life of dopamine and adrenalin last much longer which causes anxiety, panic, worry, insomnia, heart palpitations, etc. It also lowers serotonin and raises quinolinic acid at the same time. What a bummer! But it doesn’t have to be that way. We work with the gut and methylation/neurotransmitter cycles at the same time for better results. Please reach out and contact my office if you would like our assistance in unraveling your health challenge. We can be reached at 208-322-7755 and care@redmountainclinic.com.

      In Health,

      Dr. Rostenberg

  • August 2, 2017 Reply

    marion

    I can’t take antidepressants because they all cause bone loss and I have osteoporosis. What can I do?

  • September 29, 2017 Reply

    Toni

    Hello Dr. Rostenberg

    I’m astonished with all your videos and posts. My girlfriend has a mix between depression and anxiety disorder, she has very low serotonin, and the doctor put her into duloxetine and clorazepate, she has the bad version of TPH2, and by seeing your explanation of pellagra, something made click on me because she has a big skin red patch between the chest and the neck, just like the photos of the Pellagra.

    She has COMM and FUT2, but she has green on MTHFR

    I know she could be better by taking things increase serotonin, but when she try to put aside her current medication she has a lot of withdrawal synthoms.

    I’m afraid the longer she stays in the medication the more dificult could be to exit. She now is on 18 years of medication.

    Anyway thank you so much for all of your videos and dedication.

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