Wolves, Gardens, and Chocolate

The Little-Known Connections to Vibrant Health, Ideal Weight, and Boundless Energy

By Doctor Luis Arrondo, D.C.

Wolves, Gardens, and Chocolate is jam-packed with fascinating stories, engaging anecdotes, and colorful facts about our bodies and how they really work.

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Wolves, Gardens, and Chocolate is chock-full of holistic health wisdom. It’s a winner.

Christiane Northrup, M.D., ob/gyn physician and author of the New York Times bestsellers: Goddesses Never Age: The Secret Prescription for Radiance, Vitality, and Wellbeing, Women's Bodies, Women's Wisdom, and The Wisdom of Menopause

About the book

In this groundbreaking book, Dr. Luis Arrondo takes a unique approach to one of the true scourges of the 21st century: chronic unresolved health and weight issues. Powerfully combining the wisdom of ancient cultures and cutting-edge research, the author asserts that the hidden connections between the body’s systems—when understood—can transform your body from one in a process of physical deterioration to one whose components work in concert to deliver vibrant health.

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Many of us are all too familiar with brain fog. It feels as though your brain is in the midst of a thick fog.

you can’t think clearly, you aren’t processing information as you should, and you may not be able to come up with an appropriate response to a question. Brain fog is extremely common. It affects thousands of people, including children as well as adults. It contributes to school and work problems, low self-esteem, accidents, unhappy relationships and even an inability to function well in society.

What are the causes of brain fog?

  • Hormones:Brain fog can be caused by many factors. Menopausal women may rightfully blame it on an imbalance of hormones. Too much, or not enough, estrogen can impact your brain.
  • Toxic Chemicals: Exposure to toxic chemicals can lead to brain fog. Copper is associated with disorientation, racing thoughts, mood swings and confusion. Aluminum, lead, cadmium and mercury can lead to brain fog if you are overly exposed. Mercury toxicity comes from eating certain fish, such as tuna, and can also occur as a result of dental amalgams. Aluminum is found in cosmetics, antacids, table salt, antiperspirants and sometimes in water.
  • Calcium Levels: Calcium levels that are too high can result in brain fog and even in a sense of losing touch with reality, including mental fatigue, depression, a sense of heaviness and diminished awareness. This pattern of behavior is called calcium shell.
  • Fatigue: Brain fog can also be provoked by lack of sleep and by stress.

Doctor Arrondo works with Stanford Medical University’s Family Medicine Core Clerkship Program to help Stanford medical students learn more about alternative healing approaches when observing at his clinic.

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