Today, Americans eat fast food between four and five times a week, and 20% of the population suffers from mental illness—mostly depression. According Dr. Joel Fuhrman, “Depression is primarily biochemical, not situational” and there is substantial evidence proving that the American diet—made up of convenient, high-carb, unbalanced and oversized meals—is directly correlated to the mental health statistics that continue to grow. Listen in as Dr. Fuhrman joins Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner to discuss the unnatural and addictive relationship Americans have developed with food…and the steps we must take to reverse this disturbing trend.
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