Is your diet depressing you?
DEPRESSION BUSTERS now at amazon in kindle and paperback
There are so many drivers of depression but this book is aimed at the most basic – DIET. Eat right, feel right, turn your mental health around!
Diet cannot solve your emotional problems, your financial woes, your troubled past, your dysfunctional relationships, but diet may be the ONLY thing you do have control of and by managing your mood via diet you will have more mental and emotional energy to deal with all those other depression drivers.
* This book is all about taking control of your depression via diet.
* It is about the food and everyday activities which can cause and exacerbate depression.
* It is about foods, supplements and natural ingredients which can improve mood and mental clarity.
* It is about tackling the key drivers of depression at their root.
There are chapters explaining: why depression is rising dramatically; how everyday food stuffs, nutrient deficiencies, environmental factors and activities can set off or exacerbate depression; which the foods and supplements can combat and relieve depression.
Nearly all suggestions made in this book are able to be used alone or alongside your regular medication (always have a chat to your GP first).
“ Lisa really goes in to detail, especially about wheat and gluten. I am gluten intolerant and I have to say when I stopped ingesting wheat and gluten my mood as well as my insides were a LOT better.I also sleep much better now… I have started using the cast rang of herbs and foods mentioned in this book and I have to totally agree they bust any bad feeling in me. A great book with some great links to other books and studies. Highly recommended to people not only looking for natural ways to fight depression, but for people looking to sort out their processed diet.”
“ I have undergone treatment for depression in the past, but I don’t remember my psychiatrist talking in any great detail about the importance of the right food as a depression buster. That’s why I found this book by Elizabeth Gordon to be quite unique.£
“Her advice is solid and goes into the specifics. For example, it is important to avoid foods or water that contain arsenic, lead, mercury, cadmium, etc. There are certain countries where the water is contaminated with these things, it is important to be extra careful. Equally, I found the author’s concerns over wheat very important.”
“ If you don’t think your diet has an effect on your depression think again. The food we eat has a huge impact on the way we feel, sleep and cope with things. Depression is not something to take lightly and many people require medication but there is no reason why you cannot start helping yourself. By reading and following the diet laid out inside, you give yourself a chance to possibly avoid harsh medications and manage your depression with little to no medication. Even if your doctor prescribes medication you should still focus on a diet that supports a healthy body, mind and spirit.”