Recently while on a lecture tour, I was introduced to the work of William J. Walsh, PhD, FACN, and the Walsh Research Institute. He specializes in researchering biochemical treatments for patients diagnosed with behavioral disorders. In a study of urine and blood samples from 3,000 patients, he reportedly identified five chemical abnormalities that were linked to depressive disorders.
These chemical abnormalities were:
- Undermethylation or elevated levels of the neurotransmitter histamine in the blood
- Folate deficiency
- High levels of copper
- Toxic metal overall
- Pyrrole disorder or kryptopyrrole