It's Not In Your Head
“If you’re one of the lucky few who wakes up feeling great every day, this book is not for you.”
If you picked up this book, you’re likely one of the many people who just doesn’t “feel right.” You may have joint pain, stomach issues, brain fog, or immune issues. You may be on some medications that you wish you didn’t need. Overall, things just “feel off” but you can’t seem to get the answers you need to get you back to feeling great.
Maybe your doctors keep telling you that “you’re fine” or some variation of “you’re just stressed,” “you’re just getting older,” “if you lose weight, you’ll feel better,” “it just your hormones” or … maybe they are even implying that … “It’s all in your head!”
As a nurse practitioner and primary care provider, Dr. Efrat LaMandre has met many patients who come to her from all over the country with some form of “I-don’t-feel-good-it is.”
A very personal experience led Dr. E to discover a different way to look at the health issues her patients were experiencing. This motivated her to get her Ph.D. in Integrative Medicine and invent “The Knew Method,” which empowers people to realize that their symptoms are not in their head.
In this book, Dr. E provides the framework to figure out what is going on in your body and how to start making changes that will get you feeling like your “old self” again.
Note that this book offers no quick fixes or magic potions, but if you are ready and willing to make some real changes, you are in the right place. Reading this book and following the protocols it lays out will give you the right questions to start asking and the steps you can take to start feeling great.
You have this book in your hand because you always KNEW there was a better way.
What our Readers Say
what is going on in your body and how to start
making changes that will get you feeling like
your “old self” again.
Wow! I learned so much by reading this book. I have always thought my brain fog and varying moods were related to my hormones. After reading, It’s Not In Your Head, I am going to explore the possibility that more of this is coming from my gut issues and inflammation. Great read. Great info.
I come from a medical family, Mom is a doctor, Dad is a nurse - yes, not the other way around. But what I got from reading this book, makes me think about healthcare in a whole new way. Discovering what affects autoimmune disorders and chronic pain was eye-opening. I have been sharing this with my parents and they love the book as well.
My knees have hurt most of my life. Sports injuries, years of jet skiing, and being on my feet a lot, made me assume it was a result of repeated physical stress coupled with a family history of arthritis. Now, I am seeing my diet may be more to fault for my chronic pain. Might be time to say goodbye to gluten and dairy for a while and see what changes.
I was so excited to read this book. I had been learning about the things in Dr. E’s book from my naturopath and my own research. Over the last year, I changed my diet drastically due to newly discovered food sensitivities and weaned myself off of depression meds I’d been on for 15 years. I’ve never felt better. So, it was interesting to read this fantastic book and see confirmation of the things I’ve been studying for the last year. I am going to try the intermittent fasting next and some of the protocols I learned from Dr. E!