#350 – The Role of Nutrition in Mental Health with Duane Law


Duane Law, L.Ac. is an accomplished acupuncturist, naturopath, speaker and author. He is among the earliest westerners licensed as acupuncturists in the U.S. He uses stories and rich visual imagery to show people how their bodies work and why things go wrong. He teaches simple, natural things anyone can do to regain health, stall aging and get the most out of life. His company, Natural StressCare, helps clients create programs that support their mental and physical health using the tools of Complementary and Alternative Medicine. “Most of us take better care of our cars than we do ourselves. I’m writing an owners’ manual for the body.” He is the author of the book, Before Meds / After Meds: Complementary & Alternative Medicine for Anxiety & Depression

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One Comment

  1. Sherwin
    Posted May 11, 2013 at 12:29 am | Permalink

    This was a great interview and very enlightening. I like how he approached natural eating with humour (twinkies don’t grow on trees).

    There was also mention about the risk of pure vegetarians and the lack of B12, which the human body cannot synthesize.

    My father is vegetarian, and occassionaly fruiterian, and he is the most active 81 year old I know, on his feet 9 hours a day teaching English to Adults, and going for walks etc. He has mentioned to us over the years the important of eating something we call Tempeh, a vegetarian source of Vitamin B12. You can find it in Whole Foods etc.

    I applaud your own efforts at trying to go vegan/vegetarian. Here is a link to a journal that talked about vegetarian sources for B12


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