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Re: iodine deficiency and serious indecisiveness?
 
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Re: iodine deficiency and serious indecisiveness?


Of course lack of iodine could be involved, as well as any number of basic supplements. I'd look first, though, at stabilizing his brain chemistry through regular meals, enough protein, good fats, slow-digested starch. Such a program is described in "Potatoes Not Prozac," by Kathleen DesMaisons. She has found over the years that ruminators (people who "chew" on things for a long time) are sugar sensitive and have low beta endorphin, and teaches that as they "do the food," they heal their brain chemistry. I can personally vouch for its success. Start with breakfast with protein within one hour. If there's a list of reasons why that's not possible, consider it a clue. Good luck :)

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