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  Title Are chronic inflammation and its metabolic counterpart, insulin resistance, the common denominators for all chronic behavior and neurodegenerative disorders? A review of the evidence - Part V. Depression - More information to support the idea that it is truly an inflammatory illness
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Journal Nutr Perspect. 2019 July;42(3):26-28, 30-33
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As you might imagine, despite the large volume of research supporting the idea that depression is an inflammatory illness, many in both the clinical and academic communities will point to various manifestations and subtleties of the average case of depression as evidence that, for this patient, the depression can't be inflammatory.  Therefore, in the installment I would like to address some of these qualifiers used by the naysayers to support their belief that depression can't be an inflammatory illness and present evidence that, almost invariably, these qualifiers have an inflammatory basis.

This abstract is reproduced with the permission of the publisher.  Full text is available with membership in the American College of Chiropractic, Council on Nutrition, or through CINAHL (EBSCOhost).


 

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