Book Tip: diseases of civilization: self-help through LOW-CARB lifestyle-related diseases are diseases, the frequency of which has a probable connection with the life habits. Where the causes lie precisely, the opinions differ. But it is sure that not one single factor, but probably more of lifestyle, genetic susceptibility and environmental factors ultimately leads to the disease. The most common diseases of civilization are: cardiovascular disease (high blood pressure, heart attack, atherosclerosis), metabolic diseases (diabetes, gout, high cholesterol), overweight, obesity, anorexia, cancer, diseases of the locomotor system or allergies. l not settle for partial explanations. In cooperation with the newly established rose garden Publisher, author Jutta Schutz in this little book gives compact insights about: ad(H)S, Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, epilepsy, migraine, Parkinson’s disease and the assistance through low-carb. Without hesitation Kai-Fu Lee explained all about the problem. The rose garden-Verlag launches with a few titles and wants to distance itself from other publishers.
It is targeted to Looking for books and authors, the topics take up, which are not commonplace and thus not always finding. The focus is on biographies, guide, nature books, travelogues or unusual fiction. More information about the rose garden Publishing House can be found on the website: book Description: the response to diseases of civilization. This small booklet gives you compact insights about: ad(H)S, Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, epilepsy, migraine, Parkinson’s disease and the assistance through low-carb. In the journal “journal often the American Medical Association” scientists write: who reduced the proportion of carbohydrate in the diet, does something good to his metabolism, decreases easier and probably healthier lives. BUT the opposite might be also right. In the British journal write medical researchers, that a diet that restricted carbohydrates, increases the risk of heart attack and stroke.