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Cracking The Metabolic Code : 9 Keys To Optimal Health (2004, original release: 2004)

Call Number 613.2/LAVALLE,J

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Adult Nonfiction613.2/LAVALLE,JAvailable
Published: North Bergen, NJ : Basic Health Publications, [2004] ©2004
Description:  xvi, 608 pages ; 23 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 1591200113,
Language:  English

Losing your balance: how the downward spiral of an unhealthy metabolism begins -- The masters of metabolism: why you need to balance your hormones -- Key one: balancing your blood sugar--fighting diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and belly fat -- Key two: balancing your thyroid--overcoming fatigue and burning fat -- Key three: balancing your adrenals--relieving symptoms of chronic stress (cravings, low energy, memory loss, and insomnia) -- Key supplements and strategies for balancing your metabolism -- The organs of detoxification: why you need to cleanse your body -- Key four: detoxifying your liver--the body's garbage collector and recycler -- Key five: detoxifying your intestines--managing toxins to improving immunity -- Key six: detoxifying your environment--the effects of environmental toxins on your health -- Key supplements and strategies for detoxification and rejuvenation -- Nutrition basics: why you need to nourish yourself -- Key seven: understanding diet and how to get the most from what you eat -- Key eight: understanding the need for water--the body's most essential nutrient -- Key nine: understanding the two sides of oxygen--breath of life or harbinger of aging and disease? -- Key foods and supplements to power your health -- The system discovery questionnaire: a map to follow in your personal journey to optimal health Related Searches:
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Additional Credits:
Yale, Stacy

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