The Diet Cure: The 8-step Program to Rebalance Your Body Chemistry and End Food Cravings, Weight Problems, and Mood Swings--now

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Penguin Books, May 1, 2000 - Health & Fitness - 432 pages
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For the more than eighty million Americans who diet regularly--and without success--this amazing new program, based on ten years of proven clinical results, offers a revolutionary approach to nutrition that can safely curb your cravings and make you feel better in less than twenty-four hours. The Diet Cure begins with an 8-Step Quick Symptom Questionnaire that helps readers identify their unique underlying biochemical imbalances, such as depleted brain chemistry caused by too much dieting, hormonal irregularities, blood-sugar swings, food allergies, thyroid dysfunction, and a deficiency of "good" fats. Then it provides targeted strategies and nutritional guidelines to correct those imbalances, along with meal plans, tasty recipes, and inspiring case histories. Using amino acids to jump-start the program, readers create a safe, customized, easy-to-follow plan to end their food obsessions and attain their ideal healthy weight for good.

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User Review  - Gala Balaguer - Goodreads

Skip the explanations that fruits, vegetables, and whole grains are good for you. This book assumes that the reader already knows health foods from junk foods. With the help of self-assessments, this ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jennifer Godina - Goodreads

I think Julia Ross has some really interesting concepts about amino acids. I started taking a few of the recommended aminos and have noticed a slight difference in my cravings and my energy level. It ... Read full review

About the author (2000)

Julia Ross, M.A., is executive director of Recovery Systems, a clinic that treats mood, eating, and addiction problems with counseling, nutrient therapy, and biochemical rebalancing.

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