Lifestyle Changes: 12 Step Recovery Nutrition & Diet Guide

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Glen Abbey Books, 1991 - Self-Help - 113 pages
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A program for recovery from addictions and compulsions combines the twelve steps with a regimine of proper nutrition and exercise

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Contents

Dietary Guidelines
1
Metabolism Calories and Cholesterol
11
Vitamins and Minerals
19
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