Potatoes Not Prozac

Potatoes Not Prozac

Simple Solutions for Sugar Sensitivity

Book - 2008
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The national bestseller that started the sugar-free revolution, fully revised and updated with the latest scientific information and success stories from readers.

You're not lazy, self-indulgent, or undisciplined. Many people who suffer from sugar sensitivity don't even know it--and they continue to consume large quantities of sweets, breads, pasta, or alcohol. These foods can trigger exhaustion or low self-esteem, yet their biochemical impact makes those who are sugar sensitive crave them even more. This vicious cycle can continue for years, leaving sufferers overweight, fatigued, depressed, and sometimes alcoholic.

Dr. Kathleen DesMaisons came up with the solution and published it in her revolutionary book Potatoes Not Prozac. It gave you the tools needed to overcome sugar dependency, including self-tests and a step-by-step, drug-free program with a customizable diet designed to change your brain chemistry. But now, armed with a decade of further research and patient feedback, Dr. DesMaisons has improved her groundbreaking plan to make it even more effective and easier to follow. Join the thousands who have successfully healed their addiction to sugar, lost weight, and attained maximum health and well-being by using this updated, innovative plan.
Publisher: New York, NY : S&S : 2008
Edition: Updated ed
ISBN: 9781416556152
Branch Call Number: 616.8527 D463p
Characteristics: 256p illus

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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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