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Carb Syndrome-The Brain Food Connection
Excessive fructose and high glycemic carbohydrates over time will trigger a chronic brain disease that I call Carbohydrate Associated Reversible Brain Syndrome (CARB Syndrome). Folks with CARB syndrome have brain dysfunction symptoms that interfere with their ability to function, central obesity and excessive total body fat storage–a truly nasty combination. But the condition can be reversed.
Which ADHD Do You Have?
If a competent physician has diagnosed you with ADHD, then that must mean you have hereditary classic ADHD, right? Perhaps, but there’s a much better chance that you actually have a different disease—one that sort of looks like ADHD but is actually a completely different disease with a completely different treatment protocol. There’s a good chance that you are suffering from Carbohydrate Associated Reversible Brain syndrome or CARB syndrome.
Anxiety and the CARB Syndrome
Do you know which type of anxiety you are experiencing? Pathological anxiety is an internal state of apprehension and uneasiness that doesn’t match up well with external events. If you have anxiety and carbohydrate cravings, you most certainly have CARB syndrome, a treatable disease.
Is it Bi-Polar II or Is it CARB Syndrome?
So you’ve been diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Your physician likely made the diagnosis based on your symptoms such as having excessive mood swings with emotions alternating between feeling depressed and at other times elated or hypomanic. Some people with bipolar disorder develop full-blown mania where they lose contact with reality and become psychotic.
I know—you’re probably as sick of hearing about the current obesity epidemic as I am. You can’t pick a newspaper, listen to the radio, watch TV or surf the web without hearing about how fat we are. Unless you’ve been living in a cave, this is old news. Ok, so we’re overweight. The experts have been telling us for decades that all we need to do is eat less and exercise more. yet This advice clearly isn’t working. Maybe it’s because we aren’t listening or trying hard enough. Personally I have a different perspective.