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Title: All alcohol dependent people have one thing in common; a biochemical imbalance of their brain and body.
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Three alcohol biotypes have been identified by nutritionist, Dr. Joan Matthews-Larson. One type has a liver enzyme(alcohol dehydrogenase ...

Three alcohol biotypes have been identified by nutritionist, Dr. Joan Matthews-Larson. One type has a liver enzyme(alcohol dehydrogenase enzyme) and a brain-made endorphin-like chemical (tetrahydroiso-quinolines [THIQs]) which permit the person to metabolize large amounts of alcohol without any negative effects,such as hangovers. These people can drink for yearsbefore their body begins to suffer and alcohol addiction is finally recognized.

Another alcoholic biotype is the person who has anallergic/addicted alcohol chemistry. These people are often allergic to wheat which is in many foods. They may also be allergic to dairy and other foods, or to toxic chemicals which are ingested or inhaled. Some people haveCandida Related Complex which causes the craving of sugars such as those found in alcohol. These people may also suffer from ADD or ADHD, depression and other disorders.

A third biotype is the person who is unable to metabolize Omega 6, an essential fatty acid commonly found in the diet (peas, beans, nuts and seeds) or they may be lacking the amino acids (proteins) necessary to adequately make certain brain chemicals. These people suffer from depression, anxiety or panic disorders.

A familial history of alcoholism, allergies and depression make a person more predisposed to alcoholism. Alcohol addiction is more prevalent in Celtic, Welsh, Scottish, Scandinavian, and Native American ancestry.

All alcohol dependent people have one thing in common; a biochemical imbalance of their brain and body.

While alcohol seems to help temporarily, it is obviously covering up the real problems by tranquilising people into temporarily feeling better, until the effect wears off, and another fix is needed. The only way to recover from alcohol addiction is to restore the brain and body chemistry, and understand the real problem of dissociation.
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