The Mood Control Diet: 21 Days to Conquering Depression and Fatigue

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Simon & Schuster, Apr 1, 1991 - Health & Fitness - 300 pages
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This 21-day diet offers immediate relief to those who suffer from chronic fatigue and mood swings, plus an engerizing, sound lifetime nutrition program, including: steps to pinpointing food-related problems; how to eat to feel calm, improve memory, and avoid sluggishness; quick-fix snacks, and more. More than 170 delicious, low-fat, high fiber recipes are included. Index, source lists, and charts.

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Contents

INTRODUCING THE PROGRAM
1
FIVE QUICK STEPS TO PINPOINT
9
WHY GOOD FOOD MAY BE BAD FOR YOU
21
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About the author (1991)

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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