Eat Right for Your Metabolism

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McGraw Hill Professional, Apr 10, 2007 - Health & Fitness - 288 pages
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  • Kliment's program includes an explanation of the three metabolism types-the carnivore, the omnivore, and the herbivore-and what foods are best for each kind.
  • Eat Right for Your Metabolism offers a seven-day meal plan for each of the three types of metabolisms introduced that will help readers lose weight and regain their health
  • Kliment's The Acid Alkaline Balance Diet has sold more than 33,000 copies
  • A valuable resource for the millions of people with poor digestion or who struggle with weight problems, as well as those who want to combat thyroid disease, arthritis, gynecological problems, liver disease, and other conditions naturally
 

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Contents

Is Your Diet Causing Your Illness?
21
Is Your Diet Causing Your Weight Problem?
55
Practical Suggestions
83
PART II
103
Recipes
271
CONVERTING TO METRICS
299
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About the author (2007)

Felicia Drury Kliment is a nutritional consultant in private practice and the author of the acclaimed book The Acid-Alkaline Balance Diet. Visit her website at www.eatrightforyourmetabolism.com.

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