Category Archives: 5 Biotypes of Depression

Histamine, Methylation and Serotonin. A natural approach to treat depression

Why do we use histamine to determine serotonin and dopamine levels for treating depression naturally? While genetics is the inherited characteristics of an organism’s genes, epigenetics is a term that describes the factors of influence on the genes, to cause the cells to increase or decrease their function. That function is the transcription and manufacture […]

Toxic Elements Biotype

This is an excellent summary of toxic elements and oxidative stressors due to heavy metals. Individuals who suffer depression, anxiety or schizophrenia and other mental disorders, typically do not respond to SSRI medicines and or supplements that affect levels of serotonin and dopamine or norepinephrine. These folks may be experiencing symptoms from toxic elements, such […]

Walsh Discusses Overmethylation Biotype

  Serious conditions such as panic disorders, Biopolar disorder and schizophrenia are often suffering from overmethylation. Serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine are elevated in these persons. It is possible to diagnose this condition through a whole blood histamine test or else through a SAM/SAH methylation ratio test. Higher levels of these neurotransmitters can cause anxieties, disorders […]

Dr Mercola interviews Dr Walsh; Role of nutrients for treating autism, anxiety, depression and dementia.

  It only a matter of time before Dr Walsh and his nutritional protocol for treating mental disorders becomes mainstream. Thanks to popular health advocates such as Dr Mercola, Dr Walsh will get the exposure that is needed to wake up the medical community. With the ever increasing ill effects on our epigenetics from the […]

Copper Overload Linked to Autism, Schizophrenia and Postpartum Depression

Autism is particularly susceptible to copper overload and the effect on dopamine and norepinephrine  levels. In his recent interview with Dr Mercola, Dr Walsh discusses copper, an important trace metal, that plays a distinct role in the synthesis of norepinephrine, a major neurotransmitter. Free copper impacts the levels of dopamine by causing this Dopamine neurotransmitter […]

Pyrrole Disorder and Depression

pyrrole disorder zinc deficiency

Among 10’s of thousands of individuals tested with depression, 15% turned out positive for pyrrole disorder known as kryptopyrroles.  Biotype #3 Pyrrole Depression Patients who present with pyrrole disorder often are high in oxidative stress, suffer from severe mood swings and explosive anger, have extreme anxieties and fears, have poor short-term memory, and may have little or […]

Five Biotypes of Depression

The Five Biotypes of #depression & Advanced Nutrient Therapies with William Walsh, PhD Second Opinion Physician, David Epstein, D.O., is trained in the Walsh Protocol, developed by Dr. William J. Walsh, PhD, and committed to the natural treatment of depression, as well as other mood and behavioral disorders, thru the use of Nutrient Therapy.  It […]