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Seasonal Affective Disorder is real. But you don’t have to feel SAD this winter.

Download the free guide for easy, yet effective ways to beat winter depression.

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) refers to a specific type of depression which is trigged by the changing of seasons. While it can occur in summer, it is much more common during the winter months. Symptoms of SAD include tiredness, low mood, trouble concentrating, depression, and mood swings. 

Even if you experience all these symptoms as the weather gets colder,  you’re NOT sentenced to feel SAD all winter! In this free guide, I’ll reveal 9 scientifically proven ways to combat seasonal depression.

Download for strategies which can help:

  • Transform the winter months into a more meaningful, productive season
  • Improve your overall mood
  • Maintain good health, both mentally and physically, when it’s cold outside

Dr John La Puma

Food & Nature as Medicine, Too

Dr. John La Puma MD is the leading physician voice for culinary medicine and nature as part of your personal medical health, and an internationally recognized expert in nutrition and well-being. Dr La Puma is a board-certified specialist in internal medicine, a professionally trained chef and an urban organic farmer. He is also a New York Times best-selling author twice, has lectured on culinary medicine at TEDMED and TEDx, and on how to use nature as medicine at the University of Chicago and Harvard University,

Dr. John believes that both food and nature are information for the body and the brain. The right foods, beverages, outdoor activities, and nature-based solutions can help you reboot your brain and your health.

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Dr John La Puma