Hi podcast listeners! We wanted to create a home for all the nutrients and products we talk about in the podcast, so listeners don’t have to laboriously find them on their own unless they enjoy that kind of thing.
1.) Once again, Drs. Cecily and Cheryl are not YOUR doctor! Our podcast and this list do not constitute medical treatment or advice for you. See your own doctor for medical treatment and recommendations for your self.
2.) This list will begin with Amazon links. These links will be affiliate links, so if you click them and buy, the podcast will get a small portion of the price of your purchase. If you don’t want that to happen, just search for the same product on your own!
3.) Amazon is actually the reason why Dr. Cecily doesn’t live in Seattle anymore! Their offices have a bad effect on the cities they move to, making them unaffordable for existing residents! So if you have a link to a different store for these products, email us at email@example.com and we will include it. The interface of Amazon is a tool Dr. Cheryl uses to cope with her ADD and inability to remember things for more than 5 seconds. But it is non-ideal in many ways and we welcome alternatives you find. We have complicated feelings.
Episode 1: Fish Oil vs. Tuning Forks
High EPA fish oil
Episode 2: Magnesium vs. Past Lives
Episode 3: Optimism vs. Self-Compassion
Optimism and immunity: Do positive thoughts always lead to positive effects?
The Relationship Between Self-Compassion and Well-Being: A Meta-Analysis
Episode 4: EFT Acupressure Tapping vs. Lithium Orotate
The Manual Stimulation of Acupuncture Points in the Treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: A Review of Clinical Emotional Freedom Techniques
Church Dawson and Feinstein David. Medical Acupuncture. August 2017, 29(4): 194205. https://doi.org/10.1089/acu.2017.1213
Lithium levels in the public drinking water supply and risk of suicide: A pilot study