Lithium rich foods

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Lithium was one of the most commonly used treatments for depression and mood disorders, but certain side effects and the danger of lithium in excess have now been identified. Therefore, accessing lithium more naturally is far safer and easier to do, with the same beneficial effects. Lithium acts as a nervine agent and a sedative, helping to improve mood and anxiety levels. Lithium-rich foods are surprisingly common, so if you are suffering from the symptoms of bipolar disorder, try adding pistachios, mustard, kelp and other dairy products to your daily and weekly diet. Protection Status
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