The Good Mood Diet: Feel Great While You Lose Weight
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'WOW! I have tried them all....but this diet is first about feeling great, and then you shed pounds and fat at the same time. I followed the plan and found a new level of energy I didn't know I had, and all the time I was losing weight. It is so much easier to follow a plan when you are upbeat and energetic. I find that it works even when I travel, have business dinners, etc. I have turned friends onto the plan and everyone loves it!' - amazon.com reader --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
About the Author
Dr. Susan Kleiner has written Power Eating (Human Kinetics, 2001) and Power Food (Rodale Press, 2006). She is the nutrition consultant to the Seattle SuperSonics and the Seattle Seahawks.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
I have had a hard time with not wanting to "diet" or restrict what I eat, and this helps retrain my thinking about what foods and fats are appropriate to eat to help me feel better! I suggest this book to anyone, whether or not they are looking to lose weight.
After almost 3 weeks on this diet, I have lost 11 pounds, but my hypoglycemia has never been worse. This diet has good 'bones' (like adding ground flax seed and more salmon to the diet, and some basic exchanges) but I've had to modify individual components a lot, and her recipes are not at all to my taste - weird ingredients, lack of information about hidden ingredients (such as cereals she recommends having sucralose and different brands of yoghurt varying greatly in sugar content).
As a hypoglycemic, I am finding better advice & recipes from other books (on Kindle, from amazon.com), especially:
The Sugar Solution Cookbook from the editors of Prevention magazine
The Good Carb Cookbook by Sandra Woodruff
and for overall information and a much greater understanding of blood glucose stability and diet:
The Glycemic-Load Diet by Rob Thompson