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Dr. Jen's Dip Diet: Book of Daniel Diet for Life: A fast and easy guide to loving vegetables and losing weight forever. Paperback – June 8, 2015
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About the Author
Dr. Jennifer Nolan holds a Ph.D. in Psychology from UC Irvine's Department of Cognitive Science. After teaching at UC Irvine and Loyola Marymount University, she was co-founder of a stroke and brain injury rehabilitation center, and now consults with clients on dementia, stroke, aging, health, and weight loss. After losing nearly 50 lbs., she authored Dr. Jen's Dip Diet and helps others achieve their weight loss goals.
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After the first week of eating mostly veggies and fruit, it was fading. The second week I was noticing that I wasn't feeling the ache. Today I went for a run and realized that it is completely gone. In fact, all of my joints seem to be 'well oiled' and running smoothly. Makes me want to run or walk longer.
I have been on what seems to be a gazillion different diets. What makes the difference for me is having the 'go ahead' to use delicious dips for eating plain raw veggies. It makes eating them enjoyable. Also, Dr. Jen addresses the reality of gluttony which is ignored in our country as a non issue but truly is the root cause of obesity.