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Hypoglycemia

Jeraldine Saunders, Harvey M. Ross

ISBN 075820132X
Publish Date 4/1/2002
Format Hardcover
Categories Kensington, Traditional
Currently out of stock

The Book That Has Helped Millions Can Help You, Too.

If you suffer from fatigue, depression, insomnia, or chronic head or body aches, you could be one of the millions of Americans who have the blood sugar disorder hypoglycemia. Untreated, hypoglycemia can lead to an increased risk of ulcers, asthma, allergies—even cancer and heart attack.

Now, with this newly revised and updated classic, you'll learn the latest advances in treating hypoglycemia, including a clear and comprehensive discussion of the link between what you eat and how you feel. You'll also find out which foods to avoid, and which can help you feel great, as well as how vitamins are used—and often abused—in fighting hypoglycemia.

Featuring the groundbreaking Vim and Vigor Diet, proven to help regulate your blood sugar while promoting weight loss, this invaluable guide includes 120 delicious, easy-to-prepare recipes anyone can make at home, plus inspiring personal success stories from sufferers who have transformed their lives.

Break Free Of The Debilitating Symptoms Of Hypoglycemia—And Start Feeling Great!

Jeraldine Saunders is a well-known nutrition writer, worldwide lecturer and consultant, as well as an active member of the National Health Federation, and member of the Institute for the Study of Optimal Nutrition. She lives in Glendale, California.

Harvey M. Ross, M.D., 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.

With Contributions By

Mark Drucker, M.D., is a co-founder of the Center for Advanced Medicine in Encinitas, California, and co-host of the syndicated southern California radio talk show “Health Talk—A Second Opinion.” Prior to private practice, he was the Division Head of the Primary Care Clinic at the Naval Hospital at Camp Pendleton, California. He lives in Carlsbad, California.

William Randall Kellas, Ph..D., is a co-founder of the Center for Advanced Medicine in Encinitas, California, and co-host of the syndicated southern California radio talk show “Health Talk—A Second Opinion.” He is also co-founder and Chairman of the Board of the nutritional firm Integris and author of the books Toxic Immune Syndrome Cookbook, Thriving in a Toxic World, and Surviving the Toxic Crisis. He lives in Olivehain, California.

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