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How we eat affects how we feel--and even simple modifications can help maintain energy and moods at optimum levels. Nutritionist Christine Bailey provides comprehensive, accessible information on physiology and psychology, showing that ailments such as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), insomnia, and PMS all respond to shifts in our eating habits. In addition to more than 80 recipes, each with an at-a-glance nutrient profile, this fully updated guide concludes with a chapter on nutritional supplements and advice on exercise and relaxation techniques.
Christine Bailey is a well-known nutritionist, chef, and author of numerous health and recipe books. She is a member of the Guild of Health Writers and writes regularly for many national magazines, including BBC Good Food and Women's Fitness. She provides nutritional support at the Penny Brohn Cancer Care Centre and has written for Cancer Research UK magazine.