The Brain Chemistry Diet: The Personalized Prescription for Balancing Mood, Relieving Stress, and Conquering Depression, Based on Your Personality Profile

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Are you a Lover, constantly surrounding yourself with people? Or a Guardian, always worried about those close to you? How about a Stoic? A Dreamer, Warrior, or Star?

These are the different brain chemistry types identified by pioneering nutritional psychiatrist Michael Lesser, M.D. In this groundbreaking book, Dr. Lesser shows how identifying your brain chemistry type can help you conquer depression, reduce stress, and maximize your mind -- without prescription drugs. Instead, The Brain Chemistry Diet plan relies on a natural, safe, and effective nutritional approach to regulating mood and boosting brainpower. Tailored to each of the six brain chemistry types, this diet, vitamin, and supplement approach helps readers embrace their strengths, minimize their weaknesses, and nurture the needs of their particular brain type.

Dr. Lesser, along with Linus Pauling, is one of the founders of the orthomolecular psychiatry movement, which focuses on nutritional and vitamin therapy to regulate moods. The Brain Chemistry Diet is his powerful new approach to regulating the physical, mental, and emotional needs of the human brain through proper nourishment and nutrition. Bibliography.

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About the author (2002)

Michael Lesser, M.D., has published more than 50 peer-reviewed journal articles on orthomolecular psychiatry, including the premier academic review in the field. He is the founder of the Orthomolecular Medical Society and Nutritional Medicine, a communications company that sponsors world conferences on nutrition and vitamin therapy. He has been in private practice for over 20 years and has testified before the U.S. Senate on nutrition and mental health.
Colleen Kapklein is a former editor at Warner Books and a freelance editor and writer.

George J. Kessler, D.O., has a private practice in general and complementary medicine and pain management in New York City. He is an attending physician at New York Presbyterian Hospital, Cornell Campus, a clinical instructor in medicine at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and a clinical assistant professor at the New York College of Osteopathic medicine.
Colleen Kapklein is a writer specializing in health. She is the co-author of "The Brain Chemistry Diet, The Hormone Solution," and "The pH Miracle,

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