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July 6, 2017

Metagenics Products for Depression – Ostomy Supplements You Need to Know About

We’re going to begin this article with a disclaimer. There is no one-stop shop supplement solution to battling depression. If you as an ostomate are suffering from it, or are concerned that perhaps you are exhibiting signs of depression, then please consult with a mental health physician. We also recommend that you take a look at the following resource at HelpGuide.org for more information on recognizing the warning signs along with how to get the help you need.

Disclaimer aside, Inner Good does feel a call to address the topic because it is not uncommon for ostomates to experience post-operative depression. As a part of your physician prescribed regime to battle anxiety, mood downturns, and lethargy, some of you are turning to health supplements. In particular, a significant number of you are asking about Metagenics products for depression. Why Metagenics? Trusted online resources such as Psych Central list third-party tested Metagenics as one of the recommended manufacturers of supplements to assist in mood stabilization.

As a proud supplier of Metagenics products in Canada we are here to answer your question about which products may indeed help elevate your mood and energy levels.

3 Metagenics Supplements for Ostomates to Consider When Living with Post-Operative Depression

Omegagenics

Studies (both controlled and in an open study of bipolar depression) show that Omega-3 fatty acids are more effective than placebo for depression in both adults and children. The optimal form of omega-3 is that derived from fish oil, which is a rich source of the two essential omega-3 fatty acids known as EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid). Since the body does not naturally produce these, supplementation is the only way to ensure that you receive the adequate amount. Metagenics has one of the top omega-3 DHA-EPA products on the market – Omegagenics. This supplement is available in soft-gel and in liquid form in a variety of flavors for those who cannot tolerate a “fishy” taste. View the complete line of Omegagenics supplements here.

Glycogenics

The Mayo Clinic states that Vitamin B-12 along with other B vitamins contribute to the production of brain chemicals that affect mood and other brain functions. Low levels of B-12 and other B vitamins such as vitamin B-6 and folate may be linked to depression.

Here’s the thing. One of the top nutritional deficiencies in ostomates is a significant lack of B-12, so if you’re wondering why you may be suffering from depression, you have the potential culprit. Thankfully, Metagenics offers one of the best and most balanced B-complex formulas around with its Glycogenics product. This supplement features an optimal blend of B vitamins which includes a 4167% daily value of B-12 and a 1100% daily value of B-6. View the complete line of Glycogenics supplements here.

SeroSyn

University of Maryland Medical Center studies indicate that naturally occurring amino acid 5-hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP) may work to treat people with mild-to-moderate depression. Another amino acid, L-theanine, complements this process. Psychology Today reports that L-theanine is also an effective treatment of moderate and severe anxiety.

Where can you find these two together? In Metagenics’ SeroSyn formula. SeroSyn features clinically effective levels of both 5-HTP and L-theanine to support healthy levels of the neurotransmitters known to support a calm and more positive mood. In addition, the product includes a whopping trifecta of folate, B-12, and B-6, all of which are commonly deficient in ostomates and yet may help assist in the treatment of depression. View more on SeroSyn here.

Now that you’ve reviewed the above list, please do consult with your physician and mental health therapist before placing your order. If you have any questions about your order, including how to qualify for FREE shipping, please feel free to contact Inner Good at your convenience.

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