Arthritis, ulcers, migraine, heart disease, hypertension, depression...
are they caused by what we eat?
Futura Publications Limited, 1979. 223 pp.
In this breakthrough book on health problems that face us all, Robert Eagle produces startling evidence that the food we eat can be the cause of a wide range of illness.
Not just the reactions we normally associate with allergies, like strawberries and skin rash, but a large proportion of everyday complaints like asthma, migraine and sinusitis and a wide variety of more seriuous illnesses including cancer. Just as significant is the evidence that patients disgnosed as mentally ill could equally be the victims of food allergies.
Often provocative and probing, this book also investigates the wide gulf between health care and our growing knowledge of allergies and examines the questions of what causes food allergies, how do they react on the body, and why on some and not on others?
To help the reader identify those foods that could be the cause of an illness, the author provides detailed elimination diets and a cross-check of medical symptoms against possible allergic foods.