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New book introduces a revolutionary approach to curing addiction with clinically tested nutritional interventions.Why do so many substance abuse treatment programs fail, sending addicts back to their old habits? Its not because addicts are morally weak, spiritually deficient, or psychologically damaged. Its because few treatment programs address the real problem behind substance abuse: nutritional imbalances that lead to shortages in neurotransmitters, the natural mood-elevating stress hormones in the brain. The good news is that when neurotransmitters are replenished and rebalanced, substance abusers almost immediately experience low or no cravings, reduced withdrawal symptoms, and dramatically improved health and emotional well-being. In a new book by nutritional medicine pioneer CE GANT MD and GREG LEWIS PHD, End Your Addiction Now: The Proven Nutritional Supplement Program That Can Set You Free (Square One, 2010), Drs. Gant and Lewis present an easy, step-by-step addiction recovery program with a success rate thats more than triple the national average. It includes some two dozen case studies of patients whove overcome addictions to tobacco, alcohol, opiates, pain meds, antidepressants, and other substances including sugar. This safe, effective, and natural Power Recovery Program enables readers to tailor nutritional intervention strategies to fit their own unique body chemistry and addiction, whether its to cigarettes, alcohol, prescription drugs, or carbs. The program also has an impressive track record with patients who found real help dealing with psychological disorders, such as depression and ADHD, and were able to stop using prescription meds such as Prozac, Zoloft, Adderall, and Ritalin. The two-stage Power Recovery Program includes: Stage One: Quick-StartGets you started on an immediate personal recovery program with self assessment questionnaires that diagnose your neurotransmitter deficiency. Reduces or completely ant.com

What Is Addiction? Drugs such as alcohol, nicotine, anti-depressants, cocaine, and even sugar are capable of tempor-arily alleviating the symptoms of neurotransmitter deficiencies. But continued use of these substances can, often quite quickly, result in addiction, a situation in which our brains adapt and begin to rely on these neurotransmitter substitutes to keep us going. contact: For more info,CATHY S. LEWISCLEWIS1333@AOL.COM (845) 679-2188 CSLEWISPUBLICITY.COM

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After the addiction has been managed, you can follow a targeted Long-Term Biochemical Rebalancing program, which corrects secondary nutritional imbalances that may have resulted from prolonged substance abuse. Readers also learn: How to kick the carboholism habitand overcome sugar addiction, type II diabetes, and obesity The real cause of your addictionand how to effectively address it Why some people are more susceptible than others to substance abuse How to find out which neurotransmitters youre deficient inand then get your levels quickly back to normal Why treating psychological disorders with drugs can harm rather than help you in the long term How preservatives, pesticides, chemical additives, and antibiotics can exacerbate substance abuse How to get children diagnosed with ADD/ADHD off prescription drugs for goodand improve their behavior How the right nutritional supplements can help you stay clean and sobereven if youre under a lot of stress If youre following a traditional recovery strategy, youve got about a 1 in 4 chance of success. If you combine that strategy with the Power Recovery Program, the evidence suggests youll increase your chances of recovery to 5 out of 6. Even if youre not currently following a recovery plan, Dr. Gants clinical experience with thousands of patients suggests that youll dramatically improve your chances for a complete recovery. No matter how many times youve tried to quit before, End Your Addiction Now will help you beat the odds. ***** END YOUR ADDICTION NOW The Proven Nutritional Program That Can Set You Free CE Gant MD and Greg Lewis PhD Square One Publishers ISBN: 978-0-7570-0313-4 $16.95 paper 296 pages

Im in a state of shockyour program has killed my interest and cravings for alcohol within 24 hours. Im starting at a low dose, taken with meals, of your suggested aminos and vitamins and will work up to a higher dose, taken before meals to ensure Im getting all I need for the long haul. Im just so pleased! What a wonderful feelingas I used to think about having a glass around 3 and would wait and wait anxiously until 5! I love this! No white knuckles and no desperate will power. Im telling all who will listen about this approach. Thank you, thank you, thank you! Barbara H., patient

About the AuthorCE GANT MD is one of this countrys leading practitioners of nutrition-based medicine and an authority on the biochemical roots of addiction. A well-known researcher, educator, and outspoken advocate for biochemically sound approaches to the treatment of substance abuse and mental disorders, he is coauthor, with GREG LEWIS PHD, of End Your Addiction Now: The Proven Nutritional Supplement Program That Can Set You Free (Square One, 2010). Dr. Gant received his medical degree from the University of Virginia, with postgraduate residency training in Family Practice and Psychiatry. He served as medical director of Tully Hill Hospital, a rehabilitation facility in Syracuse, NY, where he pioneered nutritional and detoxification protocols for the treatment of alcohol and substance use disorders, and received a remarkable 83 percent success rate in ending patients addictions after one yearmore than three times the national average. For nearly three decades Dr. Gant has practiced Integrative, Complementary/Alternative, and Functional Medicine while serving in medical directorships and consultancies to clinics and hospitals, and as a psychiatric consultant at several substance abuse and mental health clinics throughout New York State. He has treated many kinds of medical disorders, but a significant portion of his work has focused on natural, medication-free treatments for ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), substance use disorders (drug, tobacco, and alcohol addiction), and mood disorders (anxiety and depression). The protocols he developed have been duplicated around the country by a number of healthcare practitioners and rehabilitation facilities such as Bridging the Gaps, in Winchester, VA, and disseminated by the Alliance for Addiction Solutions, a national organization co-founded by Dr. Gant. Dr. Gant currently practices at National Integrated Health Associates in Washington, DC (NIHADC.com), and is Director of Integrative Medicine of Brain Enhancement Solutions and Technologies Inc. (brainenhancement.net), a firm that diagnoses and treats brain disorders with neuroimagery. He is also medical director and CMO of Synaptic Connections (synapticconnections.org), a research-focused, nonprofit group dedicated to improving outcomes for various

Addiction Facts: Substance abuse and addiction account for twothirds of all incarcerations in the US. Addiction accounts for 50% of psychiatric admissions and 25% of medical surgical admissions. Addiction is the number one cause of death in the USwith tobacco causing 450,000 deaths per year alone.

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Four Risk Factors for Substance AbuseWhen your brain has enough of the nutrients necessary to manufacture all the neurotransmitters you need, you feel more relaxed, alert, focused, happy, and pain-free. But when your brains biochemistry is imbalanced, youre at increased risk for developing mental suffering, which leads the unwary into the trap of medicating their symptoms with brain injurious and addictive chemicals. Here are four culprits behind brain chemistry imbalances that put you at risk. Poor Nutrition Caused by poor absorption due to the overgrowth of harmful microorganisms, such as yeast, in the intestines. Resulting from a diet heavy in refined carbohydrates and processed food that is stripped of its nutritional value. Caused by digestive problems from insufficient amounts of digestive enzymes. Toxin exposure From chemical additives, pesticides, preservatives, and other toxins. From overuse of antibiotic drugs. Caused by ingestion of heavy metals contained in dental fillings, cookware, the water supply, and certain foods. Prolonged stress Causing the over-release of stress hormones and certain neurotransmitters, which can quickly tax our bodys supply of nutrients needed to replenish depleted neurotransmitters. Genetic vulnerabilities To nutrient deficiencies that make us more susceptible to alcohol or drug addiction. People with a genetic vulnerability to the effects of alcohol, for example, will be able to consume quantities of liquor that could make most people violently ill, or find that they feel better after a hangover if they start drinking again.

Tips for Improving Your Nutritional Status Supplement to replenish key neurotransmitters as outlined in End Your Addiction Now. Detoxify as suggested in the book, to lessen adverse symptoms. Avoid processed, chemical-laden produce, dairy, and meat. Drink 12-18 oz./day of bottled or filtered water. Limit carb intake to beans, nonstarchy vegetables, and For more info, contact:CATHY S. LEWISCLEWIS1333@AOL.COM (845) 679-2188 CSLEWISPUBLICITY.CO M

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Four Key Neurotransmitters Involved in Substance AbuseWhen an addictive substance like nicotine, alcohol, psychiatric medications, or cocaine reaches the brain, it mimics the effect of a neurotransmitter, occupying receptors designed for a specific neurotransmitterin effect fooling the brain into thinking that its producing its na