Synopses & Reviews
What does it take to make you feel "high"? Do you routinely reach for caffeine, alcohol, cigarettes, or sugary snacks to get you through the day? Unfortunately, the quick fixes we have become accustomed to don't work long-term, and often contribute further to the underlying problems of fatigue, depression, brain fog, and anxiety.
In Natural Highs, two leading authorities in psychology and nutrition present a prescriptive breakthrough program based on nutritional supplements, herbs, and simple mind-body therapies that will help to increase energy, sharpen the mind, elevate mood, relax the body, and beat stress. Their remarkable research shows how to formulate the perfect "brainfood" to improve how we think and feel, resulting in a greater sense of connection and joy in everyday life-the natural high.
"If nature can offer us sound, safe, legal antidotes to the poisoning of the human spirit, then there can be no more important work in the twenty-first century than researching and exploring these resources." -Sting
A groundbreaking book that offers effective and nonaddictive ways to help readers stay happy, relaxed, and naturally "high."
About the Author
Hyla Cass, MD
, is Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine. A noted public speaker, consultant, and media commentator in the field of nutritional medicine and psychiatry for the treatment of depression, anxiety disorders, women's health, stress reduction, and addiction, she lives in the greater Los Angeles area.
Patrick Holford is the United Kingdom's leading nutritionist and one of the world's authorities on health. He is the founder of The Institute for Optimum Nutrition in London, the largest training school in the UK for nutrition consultants. He is the author of Natural Highs, The Optimum Nutrition Bible, The Optimum Nutrition Cookbook and many other books.