Finding Hope in the Miserable World of Addiction

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New book discusses cutting-edge solutions for our addiction epidemic

A frenzied lifestyle along with unhealthy food choices is not only contributing to chronic disease, but also to an epidemic of mood disorders and addiction. Why are we seeing a growing problem in these areas and what can we do to cope with them? In her new book, Addiction: The Hidden Epidemic, author Pam Killeen provides an answer to this question by discussing the social and biochemical (physical) reasons behind these disorders.

Addiction: The Hidden Epidemic describes what we can do to protect future generations by learning to prevent and cure mood disorders and addiction now. Through a series of expert interviews, the book presents relevant information about various aspects of addiction including Internet addiction, illegal drugs, and legal drugs (caffeine, sugar, alcohol, nicotine and prescription medications), along with details of some cutting-edge, nutritionally based treatment protocols. The book not only offers a tremendous amount of helpful resources, it also offers hope to those who would otherwise have none.

This book is a wake-up call, warning society that unless we learn about more successful recovery treatment strategies, we will continue to see skyrocketing rates of mood disorders and addiction. Since current conventional therapies are ineffective and obsolete, the time has come to address the biochemical reasons behind addiction and integrate effective nutritional approaches into treatment programs. This book is highly recommended for those who are suffering with mood disorders and/or addiction or with loved ones suffering with these problems. For more information on this book, log on to

About the Author
Pam Killeen is the co-author of the New York Times bestselling book, The Great Bird Flu Hoax. She has been independently studying nutrition and natural health for twenty years. Killeen’s interest in nutrition and natural health stems from overcoming a lengthy battle with chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, and multiple chemical sensitivities. Killeen is a dynamic and diverse public speaker, educator and consultant, covering several different aspects of nutrition, health and the environment.

Killeen has been quoted by newspapers, including recent articles in the Toronto Star, Critic Warns of Water Hazards (March 21, 2007), and the Owen Sound Times, Supporters tour Schmidt farm on eve of pre-trial hearing (June 19, 2007).

To access her articles, TV or radio interviews, interested parties may visit her website,

Addiction: The Hidden Epidemic * by Pam Killeen
Commonsense Solutions for our #1 Health Problem
Publication Date: June 18, 2010
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 397 pages; 978-1-4535-0373-7
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 397 pages; 978-1-4535-0374-4

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