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Adults and children who have been diagnosed with a bipolar disorder can benefit from eating a bipolar diet. Bipolar disorders can be described as a psychological illness that manifests itself in intense low and high mood swings. While professionals in the medical field cannot recommend a specific cure for the illness, they can recommend changes in an individual's diet plan because they are closely related. Changes in the diet can assist with managing the condition and keeping it under control.

Even though bipolar disorders are not interconnected or associated with various kinds of nutritional deficiencies, some of the most recent studies are indicating that certain nutrients are linked with improving an individual's high and low mood swings.

Based on this research, the nutrients that have been listed in the sections can help with the symptoms but they will not take the place of the medicine that the physician has prescribed to a patient.

©2012 Yap Kee Chong (P)2013 Yap Kee Chong

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There's a lot of nonsense in this book but it is very helpful in figuring out what foods are right for bipolar disorder.