Change Your Food, Change Your Mood: A Nutrition-Based Approach to Reducing Stress, Banishing the Blues, and Feeling Great
Could how you feel be linked to your last meal? You bet! Nutritionist Maccaro empowers you to fight back against stress, depression, anxiety, anger, and addiction by replenishing your body with foods and supplements that enhance your mood. Learn how to stock your kitchen with brain-balancers, hormone-helpers, stress-busters, sleep-enhancers, energy-boosters, and more!
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Review: Change Your Food, Change Your MoodUser Review - Andrea Sams - Christianbook.com
Excellent quick reference information for transforming health. Gives me hope that I can eventually wean myself off at least most of my medications and rely more on natural healthy food and supplements. Read full review
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