Is There a Diet for Chronic Illness?

Non-Fiction - Health - Fitness
198 Pages
Reviewed on 06/30/2015
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Is There a Diet for Chronic Illness? by Pati Chandler handles a topic that is relevant and gives it to the reader in a simple and accessible way, making a complex subject easy to comprehend. Food can be the cause of many illnesses like heart burn, fatigue, depression, palpitations, anxiety attacks and many more, and the book gives tips on how to overcome them by just avoiding or minimizing certain types of foods. Food sensitivities and food intolerances do play a crucial role in one's well being and the author's detailed and personal research makes this book a useful tool to all those readers looking to improve their diet for healthy living.

The author handles the topic expansively and extensively and will definitely encourage and motivate readers to make effective changes in their eating habits. There is a lot of information to help readers understand more about food and how to choose the right things for our body. The author recommends keeping a food journal to find out more about the foods that are helping and hurting. Wellness brings positive feelings where the mind functions better, the body starts feeling healthier, and laughter becomes a part of one's daily life. I found the book very educational and it addresses many health problems related to diet. The book also speaks about the well being of the body, mind and spirit, and the three-step diet plan for chronic pain can easily be incorporated into one's eating habits. An informative book on how to plan one's diet to get rid of chronic pain and illnesses.