“The Alzheimer's Antidote – Using a Low-Carb, High-Fat Diet to Fight Alzheimer's Disease, Memory Loss and Cognitive Decline” provides real options to those desperately in need. We don't have to resign ourselves or our loved ones to living as a shadow of ourselves. Through proven diet and lifestyle changes, we can dramatically improve quality of life, either by avoiding illness or reversing damage that has already been done. [Read more…]
In Rebuild from Depression: A Nutrient Guide including Depression in Pregnancy and Postpartum, Amanda Rose shares the story of her battle with depression and how she found healing through nutrition, detox and alternative therapies. I can't help but think that if more people read this book and followed the suggestions, we wouldn't have one in ten people in the United States on anti-depressant medications. We are nutrient deficient in a land of plenty. [Read more…]
Did you know that the nutritional value of store-bought produce declined by 10% to 20% in the second half of the twentieth century? The low nutrient density of grocery store vegetables may be one reason why we crave more even after we've eaten our recommended daily allowance. The good news is that you can easily learn how to grow and cook nutrient dense foods. These fruits and vegetables that taste so good even your kids will ask for more. [Read more…]
If what you were eating was hurting your grandchildren, would you change it?
Nearly every diet and nutrition book on the market focuses only on you. Dr. Cate takes nutrition to the next level, providing information not only to help you to heal yourself, but to give your children and grandchildren optimal health. Deep Nutrition combines the latest research on nutrition, health and epigenetics and explains with photos, diagrams and analogies, making it accessible to the layperson. [Read more…]