Eat Your Way To Happiness: 10 Diet Secrets to Improve Your Mood, Curb Cravings and Keep the Pounds Off

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Harlequin, Mar 20, 2012 - Health & Fitness - 480 pages
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Are you satisfied with your weight? Do you have enough energy to make it through the day? Do you consider yourself a happy person? All of these things are related, and your energy, mental clarity, mood and, of course, waistline are all directly connected to what you eat.

In Eat Your Way to Happiness, you'll learn that a few simple changes to your diet can have amazing results.


– The 12 super foods that pack an added punch for boosting mood and slimming your waistline.

– Nutritious foods that have been scientifically shown to tweak brain chemistry so you feel calmer, happier and more energetic—and more likely to stick to your diet.

– The amazing studies showing that chocolate and wine can help you live longer—and more happily.

– And much more!


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User Review  - coffeenut1992 - LibraryThing

This is a quick guide to healthy eating. The chapters are short and to the point. I found it ok. It took me a long time to get through it because I kept getting distracted by other books. Read full review

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User Review  - LoriHedgpeth - LibraryThing

I have generally had a love/hate relationship with self-help or improvement books. Some of them are tedious, some are preachy, some are downright boring and others reek with the obvious intent to make ... Read full review


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Elizabeth Somer is a registered dietitian and the author of several books, including Eat Your Way to Happiness and Food & Mood. She is the editor of the Nutrition Alert newsletter, a contributing editor to Shape and a nutrition advisor for Prevention. She appears frequently on NBC's Today and other national television shows. Visit her at

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