Food and Behavior
Food and Behavior by Barbara Reed Stitt, provides solid evidence that what people eat really can affect the way they behave. Stitt, a former chief probation officer, clearly shows the link between food and behavior, a connection so basic that parents, the school system, counselors, and most of the medical profession overlook it. Ask any hyperactive child, depressed and angry teenager, violent adult, or criminal what they eat and you will find its basically the same thing. Learn about foods that abuse the mind, under-nourish the body, and distort behavior. Ultimately, the message is both enlightening and encouraging.