The Food-Mood-Body Connection: Nutrition-Based and Environmental Approaches to Mental Health and Physical Wellbeing
More than 50 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, and more. The Food-Mood-Body Connection also contains accounts of patients' experiences and an extensive listing of recent scientific articles linking nutritional and environmental factors to a variety of illnesses.
About Gary Null
Nutritionist and natural-living advocate GARY NULL's film documentaries on the politics of health have won awards around the world, and his daily and weekly radio broadcasts educate millions on nutrition-based approaches to wellness and disease prevention. His books have introduced readers of all ages to health alternatives that avoid the often-harmful practices of conventional Western medicine. Null is a rare, lifelong defender of the right of Americans to stay informed and healthy.