We're in a bad mood epidemic, but Julia Ross shows you how to rediscover your emotional well-being naturally.
©2002 Julia Ross (P)2011 Tantor
"Julia Ross's work on mood is right on target. The Mood Cure is a remarkably comprehensive guide to improving and maintaining a more positive and joyous frame of mind." (Christiane Northrup, M.D., author of Women's Bodies)
This audio was very informative, gave very specific directions on balancing and uplifting your moods, using herbal supplements. I did find I didn't want the audio to end, because of the interesting data, studies and information given. If you are looking for ways to be happier without prescriptions, sleep better, have more energy during the day, this audio has some very interesting findings. When taking the questionnaire, which is found on the moodcure website, I found I fit into many different categories. Does this mean I need about 10 different supplements? A lot of talk of Amino Acids, 5-htp, Sam-e and there affect on your body and who specifically, based on how a bottle makes you feel, which is individually better for you based on your body chemistry. Her voice is pleasant, an easy listen. The reason I did not give this audio 5 stars, is because there are no accompanying PDF's, the audio is not broken into chapters on my audible player, I have no idea where to go back and re-listen, especially after taking the moodcure questionnaire and now need to see what supplements to use. There are so many supplements, tips and advice, I just knew there would be a pdf. It is interesting enough to consider owning the book for reference and for need, because driving I found myself constantly needing to write things down. Again a 10 hour audio book and I will need to re-listen to get the supplements correct. Please forgive my first audible review.
great information. they explain in chap 1 that pdf files can be found at tantor keyword the mood cure, click on pdfs
Julia Ross definitely. Coleen Marlo: not if I can avoid it.
The narrator sounded like an automated voice. To the extreme that it actually made me laugh out loud. It's lucky I wanted this information because if this was a work of fiction I would have thrown in the towel.
There are a number of quizzes, lists, and areas where you skip chapters if the info doesn't pertain to your symptoms. This doesn't work well in audio format. Also- the audiobook chapters do not correlate with the chapters in the book. The author tells you to skip to say, Chapter 5, but it is not the correct chapter.
I listened to get an overveiw but had to order the print version of the book.
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