Potatoes Not Prozac

Potatoes Not Prozac

Simple Solutions for Sugar Sensitivity

Book - 2008
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A revised edition of a best-selling guide builds on the original work's theories about sugar sensitivities and how to overcome a range of health challenges by making alternative food choices, in a reference that draws on new scientific information while sharing reader success stories.
Publisher: New York : Simon and Schuster Paperbacks, 2008.
Edition: Completely revised and updated edition.
ISBN: 9781416556152
141655615X
Characteristics: xii, 256 pages :,illustrations ;,22 cm

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mybobalu
Jan 12, 2014

I really liked this book. I've been on almost every diet in my life and this one sure makes more sense than most of them. I decided to join her group at Radiantrecovery.com. It's great to know I can eat potatoes again after all the hype about them being so carby. I really think the skin makes a difference and anything you can do to help your stress level and chemical balance is for the good. We live in a very stressful society and eat a very unhealthy diet, especially now that so many things are genetically modified. Maybe I'll finally lose weight, who knows?

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Fionaenzo
May 09, 2012

Thoughtful analysis. Author explains the three-fold difficulty of sugar/alcohol addiction: low blood sugar, genetic shortage of beta-endorphine receptors and genetic tendency toward low serotonin levels. Sound nutritional and supplement advice. Nothing flashy - just good sound advice. Makes a strong case.

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