Posted by TerryS (18.104.22.168) on November 01, 2000 at 05:08:27:
Millions of people of all ages and both sexes are troubled by yeast-connected
disorders. Complaints range from fatigue, headache and depression in adults to ear
problems, hyperactivity, attention deficits and autism in children.
Many other chronic health problems are also related to the common yeast Candida
albicans. These include:
Digestive and urinary problems
feel sick all over
have taken many antibiotics
have seen many physicians and have not found help
your health problems are probably yeast connected.
A comment by Dr. James Brodsky, M.D. regarding Dr. Crook's most recent book,
The Yeast Connection Handbook.
"An extraordinary handbook and resource guide for individuals
with yeast-related illness. With remarkable simplicity Dr. Crook
gives us an approach to many health problems over-looked by
conventional medicine. It should be read by every person who is
not well and unable to find help."
James H. Brodsky, M.D., Chevy Chase, Maryland Diplomate,
American Board of Internal Medicine Clinical Instructor Georgetown
University Medical Center
Suggestions for Further Reading
If you'd like even more information, especially if you're a woman, you'll find it in my
750-page book, The Yeast Connection and the Woman. Here are the comments of
Philip K. Nelson, M.D., Fellow, American College of Obstetricians and
"This book is well organized and written - immensely readable. In
areas of my expertise (gynecology, hormone therapy, chronic
fatigue syndrome), I've found the material to be up- to-the-minute,
factual and practical.
"This book will be useful to any reader. Yes, it is a book about
women's issues, but so much more. It is for every member of the
family. It's like a health encyclopedia."
For more information about what foods you can eat and how to prepare them, you'll
find it in The Yeast Connection Cookbook which includes over 200 recipes. Here's
an excerpt from the introduction by my co-author, Marjorie Hurt Jones, R.N..
"I've emphasized tasty vegetables of all sorts which will make your
diet more enjoyable and less apt to cause allergies. . . I can't deny
that cooking takes time, I can only suggest that, if you really want to
enjoy better health, planning and preparing nutritious meals is the
place to start."
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