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Comment: You might say that,

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You might say that,

one would need to be crazy to take antidepressants.

I think that depression that is not a temporary reaction to a real world unhappy event, is best eliminated by a healthy diet and vitamins.

If you are depressed, quit eating refined carbohydrates like sugar and white flour, limit complex carbohydrates, and take a good multi-vitamin/mineral supplement with extra niacin. And please understand that your brain needs fat, and plenty of it. Forget this low fat craze; the fats that are bad for you are processed fats (hydrogenated); the fats that are good for you are animal fats, particularly if they are not grain fed animals, and vegetable oils that turn to solids when refrigerated (coconut oil and olive oil). Most of the seed fats like corn oil are crap.

Most people have screwed up chemical balances because they unbalance it with their diets. It is that simple.

Thank the Pure Food and Drug Act for creating a monopoly for big Pharma and their protected products.

"Bend over and grab your ankles" should be etched in stone at the entrance to every government building and every government office.