The Serotonin Power Diet

The Serotonin Power Diet

Use your Brain's Natural Chemistry to Cut Cravings, Curb Emotional Overeating, and Lose Weight

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Baker & Taylor
Draws on more than thirty years of MIT research to identify a link between serotonin levels and weight, outlining a twelve-week program of scientifically balanced recipes designed to help readers to reduce their overeating urges, lose weight, and improve overall moods. 75,000 first printing.

McMillan Palgrave
Using this science-based plan, dieters will learn how to eat in order to boost serotonin, the brain chemical that shuts off appetite and turns on feelings of calm. This clinically tested program is also the first to offer antidepressant users an effective way to lose extra weight associated with their medication.

The Serotonin Power Diet is based on more than 30 years of pioneering research at MIT by internationally renowned scientist Dr. Judith Wurtman on the brain, emotions, appetite, and overeating. Using this research, she and Dr. Nina Marquis devised a program that puts the brain in charge of food intake. This simple 12-week plan, with more than 75 delicious recipes, was successfully tested on hundreds of clients at the Adara weight loss centers founded by the authors. Readers will lose up to 2 pounds a weekâ€"while reducing stress and improving their moods.

Because the plan is designed to turn on serotonin and turn off the need to eat, readers will never feel deprived. In addition, as serotonin increases feelings of well-being, emotional eating will vanish.


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Using this science-based plan, dieters will learn how to eat in order to boost serotonin, the brain chemical that shuts off appetite and turns on feelings of calm. This clinically tested program is also the first to offer antidepressant users an effective way to lose extra weight associated with their medication.

The Serotonin Weight Loss Plan is based on more than 30 years of pioneering research at MIT by internationally renowned scientist Dr. Judith Wurtman on the brain, emotions, appetite, and overeating. Using this research, she and Dr. Nina Marquis devised a program that puts the brain in charge of food intake. This simple 12-week plan, with more than 75 delicious recipes, was successfully tested on hundreds of clients at the Adara weight loss centers founded by the authors. Readers will lose up to 2 pounds a week—while reducing stress and improving their moods.

Because the plan is designed to turn on serotonin and turn off the need to eat, readers will never feel deprived. In addition, as serotonin increases feelings of well-being, emotional eating will vanish.


Baker
& Taylor

Identifies a link between serotonin levels and weight and outlines a twelve-week program of scientifically-balanced recipes designed to help reduce overeating urges, lose weight, and improve overall moods.

Publisher: [Emmaus, Penn.] : Rodale, c2006
ISBN: 9781594863462
Branch Call Number: 613.283 Wur
Characteristics: xiii, 290 p
Additional Contributors: Marquis, Nina Frusztajer

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Jun 02, 2016

Very helpful guide to understanding food cravings.

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