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Crime and Diet: The Macrobiotic Approach

Crime and Diet: The Macrobiotic Approach
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  • ISBN-13: 9780870406829
  • ISBN: 0870406825
  • Edition: 1
  • Publication Date: 1987
  • Publisher: Japan Publications (U. S. A.), Incorporated

AUTHOR

Kushi, Michio, Esko, Edward, Igelhart, Tom

SUMMARY

In this book, Michio Kushi, the world's leading authority on macrobiotics, explains the connection between diet, crime, and behavior. He presents a unifying view of body / mind disorders, and explains how physical conditions such as hypoglycemia, food allergies, and vitamin and mineral deficiencies are linked to behavioral problems. He presents case histories that demonstrate recovery from mental and emotional disorders, as well as research linking diet and behavior. His approach to these problems involves reorienting modern life away from artificiality and toward closer cooperation with nature.Kushi, Michio is the author of 'Crime and Diet: The Macrobiotic Approach', published 1987 under ISBN 9780870406829 and ISBN 0870406825.

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