The Mood Cure German Translation: “Was die Seele essen will”
The German title of The Mood Cure is “Was die Seele essen will.” In English it means “what the mind wants to eat.”
Why are the Germans so Interested in this book?
Germany adopted U.S. eating habits earlier and more enthusiastically than any other European nation – and has suffered not only weight problems, but mood problems, as a result. Just as we have, they have increasingly high rates of depression and anxiety (as well as ADD among children). Germany has had a long tradition of valuing herbs, homeopathics, and other nutritional approaches to health. Just as it is in the U.S. – the word is out there that this book is an emotional life-saver.
Find the German translation at W-Cooperations.ch
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