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Default Meat eaters have less depression and anxiety than abstainers

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The mental health/nutrition connection is the specialty of Dr. Georgia Edes. She's been influential as I've crafted my strategies.

Pellagra indicates it's possible to create serious mental illness by being spectacularly deficient in one amino acid, which act as a neurotransmitter. If anything, malnutrition might act first on the brain, since it consumes so much of the body's resources.
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