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Integrative Medicine Clinicians Journal

Depression and the Practice of Whole Psychiatry, Part 2

Part 2 of an Interview by Craig Gustafson
This content is courtesy of IMCJ

Dr. Robert J. Hedaya, MD, ABPN, DFAPA, is the developer of the Whole Psychiatry methodology, which offers a comprehensive physiological and psychosocial-spiritual approach to mental health and chronic physical illness.

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Detox Diets, Symptom Relief and Weight Loss with Meal Replacement, Low-calorie Diet

by Jeffrey A. Morrison, MD, CNS; Anita L. Iannucci, PhD
Content is courtesy of IMCJ

Abstract

Context: Recently, detoxification (detox) diets have achieved notoriety in the popular press due to celebrity endorsements and marketing that suggest quick and easy weight loss. Although researchers have done studies to evaluate the weight-loss outcomes of popular diet programs such as Weight Watchers, Atkins, and others, they have performed no outcomes studies to support the weight-loss results that detox diets claim.

Objective: This study intended to evaluate the changes in weight and medical-symptoms scores in participants who adhered to a 4-week, meal replacement–enhanced, low-calorie read more…

Depression and the Practice of Whole Psychiatry

Interview by Craig Gustafson
This content is courtesy of IMCJ

Dr. Robert J. Hedaya, MD, ABPN, DFAPA, is the developer of the Whole Psychiatry methodology, which offers a comprehensive physiological and psychosocial-spiritual approach to mental health and chronic physical illness.

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How a Bad Study Became Big News: The Fish Oil & Prostate Cancer Controversy

Michael T. Murray, ND
Content is courtesy of IMCJ

Can Too Much Fish Oil Increase Prostate Cancer Risk?

According to the talking heads on the nightly news, this is what they would have you believe.

But really, can too much fish oil really contribute to an increase of cancer of the prostate gland? For years we have heard nothing but positive things about Omega-3′s from Fish Oil: Fish oil for better cognitive function, fish oil as an anti-inflammatory for painful arthritis, fish oil and improved cardiovascular health, fish oil and you name it-fill in the blank…fish oil has been nothing read more…

Effect of Mercury Levels and Seafood Intake on Cognitive Function in Middle-aged Adults

by Steven C. Masley, MD, FAAFP, CNS, FACN; Lucas V. Masley; C. Thomas Gualtieri, MD
Original Research courtesy of IMCJ

Abstract

Context: Little agreement exists as to whether low-level mercury (Hg) exposure causes damage to the central nervous system in adults. Although eating fish is associated with intake of methylmercury, researchers in this field have generally thought that the beneficial effects of a diet rich in long-chain, n-3 fatty acids (N3FA) can outweigh the cognitive neurotoxicity of mercury.

Objective: This study intended to clarify the impact of Hg and intake of seafood on cognition.

Design: The study was a retrospective, read more…

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