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Laura G. reviewed The Yeast Connection : A Medical Breakthrough; If you feel sick all over, this book could change your life on + 19 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 5
This is an incredibly thorough book filled with ideas on how to reduce symptoms. FYI: Many people don't know they have yeast infections because they mistakenly think that yeast infections are limited to female genitalia. Not so-- yeast infections can be in almost any part of your body. You must read this book if youve been to the doctor and he/she can't figure out what's wrong with you!
I found this to be an overly simplistic view of illness. Getting rid of yeast may do your body a lot of good, but I don't see how it is a cure-all.
A cure-all would be something like "Nutrition and Physical Degeneration" by Weston A. Price, which discusses nutrition in a comprehensive fashion and what we modern people are doing to ourselves with what we eat. I think that if we solve that, the yeast will take care of itself.
Liz W. (Mtmom) reviewed The Yeast Connection : A Medical Breakthrough; If you feel sick all over, this book could change your life on + 20 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
This book is the definitive work for anyone looking for information on the yeast connection. I happened across this book many years ago and it was helpful in getting me on the road to wellness. In the back of the book is a list of doctors that specialize in treating yeast which I found to be invaluable. This book is great.
This book and the companion cookbook changed my life about 20 years ago. I am not understating that. With the diagnostic tools I scored off the charts. They aren't kidding about the "feeling worse before you feel better" thing. 20 years later and this way of eating is second nature to me, though it does require a person to make choices. Importantly--you get rapid results!
Bless you, Dr. Crook!
And bless all you who struggle to diagnose and heal.