FMTV - Module 3 - Andrew Saul

Module 3 - Andrew Saul

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Series: Food Matters Mastery | Episode: 3 | Runtime: 10m 52s | Release date: 2010

This segment features: Andrew Saul.

In this video you’ll discover:

  • The causes of depression (nutrient deficiency)
  • How a deficiency of Vitamin B3 can cause dermatitis, diarrhoea, dementia and eventually death
  • The story of how they treated pellagra in the deep south with Vitamin B3
  • The difference between a nutrient deficiency and nutrient dependency
  • How Dr. Abram Hoffer is treating Dementia, psychosis and schizophrenia
  • Nutrient deficiencies leading to behavioural problems
  • Pottengers cats story (raw food and cooked food experiment fed to cats)
  • What foods to eat and supplements to take to beat depression (plus dosing strategy for using Vitamin B3 and Vitamin C)
  • The full story from the depressed lady in the ‘Food Matters’ film
  • The mood elevating effects of Vitamins C and anti-depressant foods containing tryptophan (2 handfuls of cashews providing the therapeutic equivalent of a prescription dose of prozac)

Featuring:
Dr Andrew Saul

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Sherri Eaton | 2 months, 1 week ago
Best method for testing for nutritional health? Home test kit? Name of test panel? I have a 17 yr. old with mthfr gene mutation who suffers from depression, fatigue and constant headaches. Have ruled out all the usual suspects via specialists to include brain mri, lumbar puncture and host of "standard" blood work. Only other anomaly is Epstein barr showed up with no history of having monocucleosis.
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Venetia Van Wijk Von Reuth | 4 months, 4 weeks ago
I love Dr Saul! So logic ✌🏻
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Andrea Alicer | FMTV | 4 months, 4 weeks ago
Thank you for your feedback, Venetia! :) ~ Andrea@FMTV
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leona yhap | 6 months, 1 week ago
I think of Anthony Bourdain his travel diet and perhaps deficiencies or dependencies. 😒
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carolan ammirata | 10 months ago
Love YOU
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Tracey Todd | 11 months ago
Brilliant common sense - thank you!
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Ivory David | FMTV | 11 months ago
You're most welcome Tracey ~ Ivory :)
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Juliana Mendes Svete | 1 year, 6 months ago
11.300 miligramas de B3, casos graves de suicídio.
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Juliana Mendes Svete | 1 year, 6 months ago
250 a 300 miligramas de B3.
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Denise Curnow | 3 years, 7 months ago
I have stared taking niacine and it gives me a red flush through my upper body and face its red itchy and burns today it lasted 1 hour.
Is this normal is this safe is there anything I can do I have reduced the dosage to only a quarter if the tablet
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