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The Depression-Weight-Gain Cycle.

First, a JAMA Psychiatry analysis of more than 19,000 patient medical records found that people taking antidepressants did, in fact, put on a few pounds, but only a small amount. At most, it was only about two and a half pounds, in the case of the SSRI citalopram (which is marketed as Celexa).

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

Your best approach to treat depression and prevent weight gain is the use of high-dose fish oil.

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