The Food-Mood Solution: All-Natural Ways to Banish Anxiety, Depression, Anger, Stress, Overeating, and Alcohol and Drug Problems--And Feel Goo

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Januar 2008



Renowned nutrition expert Jack Challem isolates the nutritional triggers of bad moods, providing solutions that will help you stabilize your moods, gain energy, sleep better, handle stress, and be more focused. He lays out a clear-cut, four-step plan for feeding the brain the right nutrition, presenting advice on choosing the right foods and supplements as well as improving lifestyle habits to help regulate mood swings.


Foreword by Melvyn R. Werbach, M.D. Acknowledgments. Introduction. PART I The Food-Mood Connection. 1 How Food Affects Your Mood. 2 How Life's Stresses Do a Number on Your Moods. 3 Neuronutrients, Moods, and Your Mind. PART II How to Improve Your Moods. 4 The First Step: Take Your Supplements. 5 The Second Step: Eat Mood-Enhancing Foods. 6 The Third Step: Be More Active. 7 The Fourth Step: Begin Changing Your Life Habits. PART III Improving Your Specific Mood and Behavior Concerns. 8 Dealing with Irritability, Anger, Aggressiveness, and Violent Behavior. 9 Reducing Anxiety, Panic Attacks, and Obsessive-Compulsive Behavior. 10 Reducing Distractible and Impulsive ADHD-like Behavior. 11 The Overweight-Prediabetes Connection to Mood Swings. 12 Dealing with Down Days, Depression, and Bipolar Disorder. 13 Dealing with Alcohol and Drug Abuse. Afterword. Appendix. Selected References. Index.


Jack Challem, known as the Nutrition Reporter, publishes a health newsletter by the same name; he is the lead author of the highly successful Syndrome X and author of Stop Prediabetes Now, The Inflammation Syndrome, and Feed Your Genes Right. For more information, visit the author's Web site at www.foodmoodsolution.com.


‘…Challem has hit the nail on the head…It was a joy to have read and very inspirational.' (ChallengeOxfordshire.com, January 2011).
EAN: 9780470228777
ISBN: 0470228776
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 2008
Seitenanzahl: 273 Seiten
Format: kartoniert
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