Cooking to Cure; A Nutritional Approach to Anxiety and Depression

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Book Review

Cooking to Cure; A nutritional approach to anxiety and depression, is an inspiring, practical guide to nutrition and how a nutritional approach may help you eat your way towards better mental health. It represents an exciting cutting edge approach to health and is something researchers all over the world are looking into.

Could changes to our diet be as effective as pills? Could you take control of your dietary intake to improve your mental health? With depression and anxiety as one of the most common mental ailments in the western world, it is high time we sat up and looked at dietary factors.

This wonderful book explains in a very clear and understandable way how nutrients affect the brain and our moods. It details the nutritional contents of foods that are known to play a part in depression and anxiety, how much you need every day and even has a recipe section full of mouth watering meals.

As someone who has for many years appreciated the “truth” and power of nutrition as prevention and cure, Angela reflects on changes to eating habits over the years. She draws on scientific research to support the hypothesis that as our diets have become more and more depleted of essential nutrients, so too the incidence of depression and anxiety has rocketed. She tells us how replacing commercially processed food with “real” food (not faddy diets!) we can reclaim our health and well-being.

It is empowering and a must-read for all sufferers of depression and anxiety.

Available from: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Cooking-Cure-nutritional-approach-depression/dp/1508568146

Until next time, Steve.

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Steve Clifford                                                                                                                             Senior Accredited Integrative Psychotherapist.                                                                 Accredited Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist.

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