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Why am I always so tired? : discover how correcting your body's copper imbalance can: keep your body from giving out before your mind does, free you from those mid-day slumps, give you the energy breakthrough you've been looking for

Author: Ann Louise Gittleman; Melissa Diane Smith
Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : HarperSanFrancisco, ©1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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In Why Am I Always So Tired? Ann Louise Gittleman gives a complete picture of the symptoms of copper overload and its companion imbalance, zinc deficiency. Copper overload results in poor adrenal gland function and can cause fatigue as well as many other symptoms, from anxiety to premenstrual syndrome to immune system disorders. Although this condition affects both men and women, women are particularly prone to it  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ann Louise Gittleman; Melissa Diane Smith
ISBN: 0062515691 9780062515698 0062515942 9780062515940
OCLC Number: 39923989
Description: xiv, 162 pages : tables ; 22 cm
Contents: Part I Searching for Answers To Fatigue --
Part II Treating Your Fatigue at the Source: Reversing Copper Overload --
Appendix A Examples of Copper Levels on Tissue Mineral Analysis Charts 133 --
Appendix B Testing Your Water with a Home Water-Testing Kit 139 --
Appendix C Recommended Amounts of Nutrients in a Copper-Free Multiple 141 --
Appendix D Recommended Daily Allowances for Copper and Zinc 143 --
Appendix E Amounts of Copper and Zinc in Various Common Foods 145.
Responsibility: Ann Louise Gittleman, with Melissa Diane Smith.
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In Why Am I Always So Tired? Ann Louise Gittleman gives a complete picture of the symptoms of copper overload and its companion imbalance, zinc deficiency. Copper overload results in poor adrenal gland function and can cause fatigue as well as many other symptoms, from anxiety to premenstrual syndrome to immune system disorders. Although this condition affects both men and women, women are particularly prone to it because these minerals are closely related to estrogen. Fortunately, copper overload is easy to address with simple dietary and environmental changes, and the author describes exactly how you can correct the imbalance to free yourself from the doldrums and maintain your energy. Her solid research, clear writing, and sensible nutritional advice may well give you the energy break-through you've been looking for, showing you the way to restore your natural vitality and health.

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