A growing number of women suffer from chronic health disorders that seem to defy treatment. Their problems, which range from vaginitis to migraines and from multiple sclerosis to depression, interfere with every part of their life. And for too long, there has been no solution. Finally, hope is at hand in the completely revised and updated THE YEAST CONNECTION AND WOMEN'S HEALTH.
In this book, Drs. William G. Crook and Carolyn Dean show women suffering from a number of debilitating problems how they can take steps to treat existing disorders, and prevent future yeast-related problems.
Included is information on diet, prescription and nonprescription antifungals, lifestyle changes, dietary modifications, and nutritional supplements--all presented in easy-to-understand language and with real-life examples. THE YEAST CONNECTION AND WOMEN'S HEALTH is must reading for every woman who wants to restore vibrant health.
Carolyn Dean, MD, received her medical degree from Dalhousie Medical School in Nova Scotia, and her degree in naturopathic medicine from the Ontario Naturopathic College. She has practiced integrative medicine since 1979.
Elizabeth B. Crook is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and Tennessee State University. Currently, she works on behalf of women’s health issues as a consultant to physicians, nutritionists, and other health-care professionals.