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The Feel-Good Diet

 

by Cheryle R. Hart, Mary Kay Grossman

Book Description
Dieting doesn't have to make you miserable anymore!
     According to the Mayo Clinic, two thirds of all dieters quit after three months. Why? Because most diets deplete the brain’s neurotransmitters, resulting in the low energy, moodiness, and cravings that sabotage weight-loss success. The authors call it yo-yo brain, a hormone imbalance that affects women most severely.

     The Feel Good Diet is a unique eating plan that actually restores the balance of these brain hormones and makes it possible for you to battle cravings and shed pounds--while renewing your energy and zest for life. Dr. Cheryle Hart and nutrition expert Mary Kay Grossman use the latest breakthroughs in neurological science to tackle the root causes of diet failure and harness the power of the brain’s natural chemical "factory" which can be devastated by fad diets and the loss/gain cycle of yo-yo dieting.

Author
Cheryle Hart, M.D., is board certified in bariatrics, the medical specialty of weight management, and in obstetrics/gynecology. She completed her specialty training at the Mayo Clinic and is now in private practice at the Women's Wellness Workshop in Spokane, Washington.

Mary Kay Grossman, RD, is the nutritional advisor of the Women's Wellness Workshop in Spokane. She speaks nationally on insulin resistance and diabetes nutrition. They are the coauthors of the bestselling book The Insulin Resistance Diet.

For more information, visit their website at www.feelgooddiet.com.


 

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