Chris Kresser: The Impact Nutrient Deficiencies Have On Mental Health


Chris Kresser

Chris is the co-founder of the California Center for Functional Medicine, the founder of Kresser Institute, the host of the top-ranked health podcast Revolution Health Radio, and the New York Times best-selling author of The Paleo Cure and Unconventional Medicine. He is one of the most respected clinicians and educators in the fields of Functional Medicine and ancestral health and has trained over 2,000 clinicians and health coaches from more than 50 countries in his unique approach. Chris was named one of the 100 most influential people in health and fitness by and has appeared as a featured guest on Dr. Oz, Time, The Atlantic, NPR, Fox & Friends, and other national media outlets. 

We talk about…

  • How years of struggling with chronic illness led to Chris to help others improve their health
  • Where conventional medicine is going wrong in regards to mental health treatment
  • The role nutrient deficiencies play in mental health
  • Why you can eat healthy and still be deficient in nutrients
  • Why nutrient levels in food is declining
  • Why it’s hard for you to gain insight into your nutrient levels 
  • What nutrients we could all benefit from having more of
  • The benefits of adding seafood to your diet
  • Why supplementation can be a problem
  • What foods you can eat to get the biggest bang for your nutrient buck
  • Why you need a good mix of plants and animal foods in your diet
  • How to prepare veggies to get the most nutrients out of them 

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Even more goodies…

Chris mentioned Dr. Joanna Moncrieff during our conversation. If you want to hear my conversation with Dr. Moncrieff, tune into Episode 134: Debunking the Chemical Imbalance Theory with Dr. Joanna Moncrieff. Hope you enjoy!

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