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  • Reducing diets -- Popular works.
  • Aging -- Prevention -- Popular works.
  • Rejuvenation -- Nutritional aspects -- Popular works.
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    Younger (thinner) you diet : how understanding your brain chemistry can help you lose weight, reverse aging, and fight disease / Eric R. Braverman.
    by Braverman, Eric R.
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    New York : Rodale : Distributed to the book trade by Macmillan, c2009.
  • Reducing diets -- Popular works.
  • Aging -- Prevention -- Popular works.
  • Rejuvenation -- Nutritional aspects -- Popular works.
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    9781594867774 (hardcover) :
    1594867771 (hardcover)
    xvii, 333 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
    Pt. 1. How the diet works to reverse weight gain and aging -- You need a younger brain for a younger (thinner) you -- The younger (thinner) you diet quiz -- Get thin faster with dopamine -- Increase your weight loss with acetylcholine -- Break the cycle of emotional eating with GABA -- Control cravings and find happiness with serotonin -- Pt. 2. How to make the diet work for you -- The basics of the younger (thinner) you diet -- The younger (thinner) you exercise strategies -- The younger (thinner) you daily meal plans -- The younger (thinner) you recipes -- Keep track of your success -- Pt.3. How to personalize the diet to meet your health needs -- Becoming younger, thinner, and healthier -- Your health controls your metabolic fire -- Protect your bones and maintain muscle mass -- Stay sexy and flatten your stomach -- Becoming younger (and thinner) every year -- Appendix A: Spices and brain chemistry -- Appendix B: The nutrients from color foods -- Appendix C: Index of recipes -- Appendix D: Core age markers of each of the body systems -- Appendix E: Important blood work to discuss with your doctor.
    Dr. Braverman expands upon concepts introduced in "Younger You" to present a new approach to lifelong weight management arguing that obesity results from a brain chemical imbalance and explaining how certain foods and spices can reverse this imbalance.
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