The Mood-control Diet: 21 Days to Conquering Depression and Fatigue

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Prentice Hall Press, 1990 - Health & Fitness - 300 pages
Millions of Americans suffer form chronic fatigue, physical discomfort, mood swings, and a host of hard-to-diagnose complaints. This book provides a 21-day diet for feeling better plus a mood-lifting, energy-giving lifetime nutrition program that is medically sound and emotionally appealing.

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Contents

FIVE QUICK STEPS TO PINPOINT
9
WHY GOOD FOOD MAY BE BAD FOR YOU
21
WHEN FRIEND BECOMES FOE
33
HOW FOOD JUNKIES PAY THE PIPER
41
FOOD TRICKS THAT KEEP
57
Calming Munch Breaks
63
INTERACTIONS
64
HOW AND WHEN TO USE SUPPLEMENTS
71
EASY MAIN ENTREES
129
NUTRITIOUS NOCOOK MEALS
184
VITAL VEGETABLES
191
HEARTY GRAINS AND PASTA
219
MUFFINS AND QUICK BREADS
247
FAST AND FANCY NATURAL DESSERTS
257
SPECIAL PROBLEM AND FOOD
267
Appendix 2Food Families Biological
274

THE 21DAY MOODCONTROL
97
HEALTHIER SNACKS AND APPETIZERS
104
BETTER BREAKFASTS
113
SATISFYING SOUPS
120
Appendix 3HighFiber Food List
281
Recipe Index
287
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About the author (1990)

Ross, a prominent Board Certified Psychiatrist, was a Founding Fellow and President Emeritus of the Academy of Orthomolecular Psychiatry, President of the International College of Applied Nutrition, and Trustee of the Huxley Institute of Biosocial Research.

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