Diet and Depression References

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(6) Cousens, G., Mayell, M. (2000). Depression-Free For Life: An All-Natural, 5-Step Plan to Reclaim Your Zest For Living. New York: Harper Collins Publishers, Inc.

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(8) Janson, M., Whitaker, J. (2000). Dr. Janson's New Vitamin Revolutiion: Seizing the Power of Nutritional Therapy for a Healthier and Longer Life. New York: Avery.

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(15) Spillmann, M. K., VanderDoes, A. J., Rankin, M. A., Vuolo, R. D., Schoenfeld, d., Fava, M. (2000). Trylptophan depletion in SSRI-recovered depressed outpatients. Psychopharmacology. 155(2): 123-7.

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