Nutrition with Judy

199. How 40 Years of Depression and Anxiety was Resolved - Brett Lloyd

October 24, 2022 Judy Cho
Nutrition with Judy
199. How 40 Years of Depression and Anxiety was Resolved - Brett Lloyd
Show Notes

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I'm excited to sit down with Brett Lloyd. We talk about his story, depression and much more. Make sure to listen to the full interview to learn more.

Brett has been a carnivore for over 1,500+ days now. He overcame 40+ years of mental illness symptoms following the carnivore way of eating. He has personal experience with severe depression, anxiety, insomnia, eczema & hemorrhoids. Every aspect of his life has been immensely improved with the carnivore diet.

Brett has also used his expertise and learning to help many others with their mental health challenges and conditions through a keto or carnivore diet, and he leads the weekly mental health group and weekly addiction group on MeatRx.

We discuss the following:

  • All about Brett Lloyd
  • Examples of depression
  • What does anxiety look like?
  • Does Brett struggle with depression now?
  • Foods from the beginning until now
  • Carnivore diet and mental illness
  • Struggles his carnivore clients face
  • Thoughts on Carnivore-ish
  • Thoughts on food addiction
  • How faith helped him heal
  • Where to find Brett Lloyd




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**DISCLAIMER: I am only here to provide support as a nutritional therapy practitioner and I am not providing medical advice. I always recommend working with a team of holistic practitioners, including your PCP and a certified nutritional therapy practitioner. Do not self-diagnose. Always seek medical guidance when you have a medical condition.