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Posted August 29, 2000
I've been searching the internet for good information about vitamins, herbs and other food supplements that might help improve my mood, energy and clarity of thought. However almost all the hits are at sites that sell these products, so I have to assume that their sales pitches are not unbiased sources of information. They don't spend much time talking about bad side effects, and they won't tell you 'hey this product doesn't really do anything but if you want to throw away your money, throw it our way'. Apparently, this book's author, Ray Sahelian, is a medical doctor not a salesman. He tries the supplements himself and reports their effects, if any. He provides scientific explanations of how the supplements work, and of brain chemistry in general. However it is written in a way that can be easily understood by those like me who have no medical training or knowledge.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.