By William J. Walsh, PhD, FACN
Nutrient Power is a great book for anyone interested in Healing their brain with real nutrients vs. managing symptoms with drugs.
I’ve already done the Walsh protocol testing which is a great complement to this book, and it has helped so much to correct some of the imbalances I had, especially fixing my copper and zinc ratio.
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“Psychiatry has made impressive advances in the past 50 years, but needs a new direction. Today’s emphasis on drug medications will not stand the test of time. Drugs have helped millions of people with depression and other mental disorders but benefits usually are partial in nature and involve unpleasant or intolerable side effects. Medication therapy is more art than science, and involves a considerable amount of trial-and-error. A fundamental limitation is that psychiatric drugs are foreign molecules that result in an abnormal condition rather than producing normalcy. It is unlikely that future psychiatric drugs will ever be universally effective or free of side effects. A new approach is needed . . .
This book presents an advanced nutrient therapy system that can help millions of persons with mental disorders. This approach recognizes that most humans have nutrient imbalances due to genetic and environmental factors, and these imbalances can cause mischief in various ways: (1) serotonin, dopamine, and other key neurotransmitters (NT’s) are continuously produced in the brain from nutrient raw materials that may be at improper concentrations; (2) nutrient imbalances can alter epigenetic processes that govern NT activity at synapses; (3) deficiency in antioxidant nutrients can cripple the brain’s protection against toxic metals . . . “
I never thought I would be so interested in Biochemistry, but when your life depends on understanding and fixing something, it becomes a passion quite easily. Have you read this book yet? What did you think?