Problems? Everyone has them.
Solutions? Closer to hand than you may have believed.
Changing your diet can change your life. You don’t have to take our word for it; you can prove it for yourself.
Hidden Nondietary Factors That Influence Emotions
“You nutritionists think you have all the answers! You mean to tell me nothing but diet affects the way people feel?”
Not at all. We are well aware that a multitude of factors determine the way people function. An exhaustive search of all contributing forces would fill a library, and many might still be overlooked. Psychiatrists, psychologists, sociologists, anthropologists, social historians, religionists, educators, and economists have all unearthed behavioral influences.
Food nonetheless remains the key, inasmuch as optimal nutrition increases the ability to combat other influences. Our exploration of “hidden stresses that have attracted very little attention points up how much is yet unknown about the many sources of emotional distress.
Take “silent sounds,” for example. You cant hear them, but they influence you nonetheless.
Hundreds of studies have documented the detrimental effects of “reap noise on your psyche. If you work in a steel factory, or live near an airport, beside a heavily trafficked highway, with a drum playing teen ager, you don’t need a scientist to tell you that “noise pollution” is nerve shattering.
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