Just when you think all has been accomplished, along comes the most important book of all. Unique in many ways, (1) it is written for the lay person and the physician, and is appropriate as a medical school text book. In fact, it should be required reading for all physicians regardless of specialty. (2) It shows that is borders on malpractice to treat depression as a Prozac deficiency, to drug cardiology patients, or any other medical/psychiatric problem without first ruling out proven correctable causes.
With over a thousand complete references it covers the causes of leaky gut syndrome, intestinal dysbiosis, hormone deficiencies, hidden sensitivities to food, mold, and chemicals as well as dysfunctional detoxication, heavy metal and pesticide poisoning, xenobiotic accumulations, and much, much more.
It is the best blue-print for it explicitly spells out what tests to have, what to take to correct each condition and what nutrients to take. If no one knows what is wrong with you, you need this book. If they know but say there is no cure, you need this book. If they say you need medications to control your symptoms indefinitely, you need this book.
It is inconceivable that there is anyone who would not benefit from this book as it leaves drug-orientated medicine in the dust of the 20th century. And it does so by using the only disease that by definition sports a lack of hope. We chose this disease, depression, as a prototype to be sure to drive home the message that just when you least expect it, there is always hope.