Toni Toney is an Internal Environmentalist who earned her master's degree from the highest possible school of learning: Nature! The EcoDiet food program is the one that Toni subscribed to when medicine failed to help her. Her purpose in writing this book is that it might help the reader, too. The author does not subscribe to the readily accepted viewpoint of disease, but rather views pain and suffering as an internal environment out of balance with nature and the natural order of things. She encourages us to become an internal environmentalist by taking responsibility for the health and sustainability of one's own internal environment. She also encourages us to become an Ecotarianone who lives and eats for the sustainability of the body as well as the sustainability of the earth and all of its inhabitants. EcoDiet is the result of Toni's thirty years' experience working as an Internal Environmentalist and Natural Food Chef for clients around the globe who are suffering from what she calls an ecological breakdown, or looking for a more ecologically balanced, holistic way of living. She is the forerunner of the Ecotarian Revolution and is asking others to join her in the quest to be the change we want to see in the world and, then, inspire others to do the same!
Dr. Label is a Board Certified Neurologist who has extensive training in the treatment of all neurological diseases of adults and children. The field deals with brain, spinal cord, nerve and muscle disorders. Dr. Label received his Bachelor of Arts with high honors at the University of Texas at Austin, where he received Phi Beta Kappa. After a year of graduate school at University of Texas, Austin where he researched and taught Neurobiology, he graduated from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston and went on to complete Internal Medicine and Neurology at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. This was followed by a Clinical Neuromuscular Fellowship with W. King Engel MD at the USC Neuromuscular Center. In 1993 he was promoted to Clinical Associate Professor of Neurology at UCLA, and has continued to staff the UCLA Neurology Clinic. He obtained a Master's in Business Administration (M.B.A.) in Healthcare Management in 1998.