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    eBook: The Metabolic Typing Diet

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    EAN / ISBN
    9780767911399

    Category
    Health and fitness

    Pages
    448

    Publisher
    Harmony

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    The Metabolic Typing Diet (eBook)

    Customize Your Diet to Your Own Unique Body ChemistryFor hereditary reasons, your metabolism is unique. Cutting-edge research shows that no single diet works well for everyone–the very same foods that keep your best friend slim may keep you overweight and feeling unhealthy and fatigued. Now, William Wolcott, a pioneer in the field of metabolic research, has developed a revolutionary weight-loss program that allows you to identify your "metabolic type" and create a diet that suits your individual nutritional needs.In The Metabolic Typing Diet, Wolcott and acclaimed science writer Trish Fahey provide simple self-tests that you can use to discover your own metabolic type and determine what kind of diet will work best for you. It might be a low-fat, high carbohydrate diet filled with pasta and grains, or a high-fat, high-protein diet focused on meat and seafood, or anything in between. By detailing exactly which foods and food combinations are right for you, The Metabolic Typing Diet at last reveals the secret to shedding unwanted pounds and achieving optimum vitality with lasting results.The Metabolic Typing Diet will enable you to:Achieve and maintain your ideal weightEliminate sugar cravingsEnjoy sustained energy and enduranceConquer indigestion, fatigue, and allergiesBolster your immune systemOvercome anxiety, depression, and mood swingsFrom the Trade Paperback edition.

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