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Food & Mood covers all the bases for eating right for a healthy body and mind and includes practical, nutritionally sound advice for putting Somer's Feel Good Diet into practice. Somer starts out by simply and eloquently elucidating the science behind the food-mood link. She explains how food affects mood; the basis of food cravings; how diet is connected to stress, PMS, and fatigue; and what foods banish the blues, boost brain power, and improve sleep naturally. Need to stop overeating and abusing food? In the second section, Somer gives compassionate, pragmatic advice for turning your eating habits around for good. The final section gives detailed, step-by-step suggestions and guidelines to help you eat right to feel great. Included are shopping tips, daily menus, information on designing a supplement program, and tantalizing recipes. (Who knew burritos, brownies, and chocolate chip cupcakes could be good for you?) --Ellen Albertson --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
Fantastic book...I recommend it for all those who are trying to lose weight and also change their eating habits.Published 7 months ago by Roberta Saenz
Too wordy. It's not for the regular person like me. Great if you're studying nutrition. But I was looking for easy reading.Published 8 months ago by sjmonti
Love this book!! Easy to understand and explains how food affects our thinking! I've been wanting a book like this and finally found it!!Published 13 months ago by emuk17
Very informative. Detailed information about what foods can cause different moods and why. People should read this book, and watch less t.v.Published 13 months ago by Jason B.
From reading this book. I learned a lot. What foods to eat to fill good and what foods not to eat. Very helpful book.Published 16 months ago by Kathy M
This seems more appropriate as a reference guide, than a book you would read from cover to cover. Contains good information, which I will refer to later, whenever I'm suffering... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Ideh
Convincing a twenty year old junk food junky is no easy feat. This book got her to at least think about what she puts in her mouth and how it makes her feel.Published 19 months ago by shanti77