The Food-Mood-Body Connection: Nutrition-Based Encironmental Approaches to Mental Health and Physical Wellbeing
More than fifty physicians describe their clinical experience treating maladies ranging from alcoholism to depression, from yeast overgrowth (candidiasis) to PMS. In case after case, these doctors found, mental and physical disorders were associated with vitamin deficiencies, environmental toxins, hormonal imbalances, food allergies, or an inability to absorb certain nutrients. Often, problems that had resisted all other treatments responded to nutrition-based approaches, sometimes combined with lifestyle changes.
The Food-Mood-Body Connection presents treatments that address the underlying biochemical imbalances which cause or contribute to conditions such as: aggressive behavior, alcoholism, allergies, Alzheimer's disease, anxiety, attention deficit disorder, autism, bipolar disorder, dementia, depression, eating disorders, fatigue, hypoglycemia, insomnia, learning disabilities, obsessive-compulsive disorder, PMS, schizophrenia, thyroid disorders...
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DRUG AND ALCOHOL ADDICTION
Anxiety disorders and Panic Attacks
Depression Unipolar Disorder
Organic Conditions Commonly Misdiagnosed As Mental Disease
Blood Sugar Instability Hypoglycemia
DEPRESSION AND TOBACCO
EFFECT OF EXERCISE NUTRITION AND LIFESTYLE ON DEPRESSION
Manic Depression Bipolar Disorder
SCHIZOPHRENIA AND ALCOHOLISM
Building Better Brains
Disorders in children
Attention Deficit Disorder and Hyperactivity