Saturday, January 16, 2021
Mitochondrial Health

POD: Nutrition for Depression [Inflammation, Mitochondrial Dysfunction, Oxidative Stress]



Study: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41380-020-00925-x

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7 thoughts on “POD: Nutrition for Depression [Inflammation, Mitochondrial Dysfunction, Oxidative Stress]
  1. Number 1: I am HOPING to record Part 2 tomorrow evening, Live, if you feel like joining me.
    Number 2: Also, audio versions of the podcast can be found in the description box.

  2. I missed the begining on the live but few things to note.
    It seems you will not talk about long chain omega6(mainly in animal products).
    As for Mediterranean diet it is nice because of it higher plants content but it could be better without wasting calories allowance in animal products(no phytonutrients, fibers etc). You talked about DHA(long chain Omega-3) that but it does not help with depression( especially the one from animal sources because of the bioaccumulation of heavy metals, pesticide, plastics etc). Here few refs :
    PMID: 19805699
    PMID: 21931319
    PMID: 20692041

    Lastly I want to highlight one thing in the conclusion of the paper you provided, they noted some behavioral factors that might drive more unhealthier choices in men, and one of them was that they "are more likely to prefer foods associated with masculinity(eg. red meat) above fruits and vegetables that are considered more feminine [191, 192]"

    Thanks for your time, I will see you in part2 🙂

  3. The chemistry of oxidants and antioxidants seems far more accessible than most of this presentation. Isn't it just a matter oxidants having an extra electron and AOs missing an electron in their valence field so that they neutralize each other instead of the oxidant reacting with or damaging important tissue?

    Speaking of vit C and E (I probably made this request before) but would be nice to get your survey of various liposomal vit C studies. I have a few questions that I can't get definitive answers to.

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