Your Last Diet!: The Sugar Addict's Weight-Loss Plan

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Ballantine Publishing Group, 2001 - Health & Fitness - 256 pages
From the bestselling author of Potatoes Not Prozac --this is the first diet plan specifically designed for people who are sugar sensitive.

Here is hope for readers who have tried every diet under the sun only to watch their weight boomerang. They may have been born with a body and brain biochemistry that makes them more vulnerable to becoming addicted to sugar--and to gaining weight. The first weight-loss program of its kind, Your Last Diet! pinpoints what sugar addicts can do to heal their sugar sensitivity once and for all--and lose weight permanently in the process. Inside they'll discover how to:

* Increase seratonin and beta-endorphin levels for appetite and mood control
* Feel more confident, energetic, and clear-minded
* Lose weight steadily--without rebounding
* Adjust eating habits for maximum health

Filled with testimonials from people who have followed the plan, lost weight, and kept it off, Your Last Diet! is a powerful inspiration to all who have struggled with sugar addiction and weight issues. This will truly be their last diet!

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Designed for "sugar-sensitive" souls searching for a way to control cravings and lose stubborn pounds, this extension of the author's Potatoes, Not Prozac and The Sugar Addict's Total Recovery Program ... Read full review


The Problem of Sugar Sensitivity and Weight
Getting Started
Building a Firm Foundation

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Kathleen DesMaisons, Ph.D., is the author of the bestselling Potatoes Not Prozac and The Sugar Addict's Total Recovery Program. Dr. DesMaisons lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where she has a private practice and runs her organization, Radiant Recovery. Her popular Web site,, provides a uniquely safe, supportive community for sugar sensitives seeking recovery.

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