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Initial post: 18 Dec 2009 14:06:02 GMT
The reviews of this book are amazing, I don't have depression but I have noticed that sugar effects me, when I don't have it I am much calmer, but then I crave it and start eating it again. My emotions are wobbly, typical symptoms are lack of confidence, weepy, feel isolated. I end up being really inconsistent. Can this book help me?

In reply to an earlier post on 15 Apr 2010 11:57:52 BDT
Sparkles says:
Absolutely!!

Sure, I was depressed but I was also binge-eating, had crazy mood-swings and found it really hard to drag myself through the day. I hated my life, I settled for third-best and I felt downright horrid. And my confidence was through the floor.

After following the steps in the book and successfully detoxing a couple of years ago my life has altered unimaginably. I am eating just three times a day, I can't remember the last time I had a craving, my confidence is flourishing, my moods are on an even keel and I'm far more outgoing. Just through changing my food - good, eh?

This book is about so much more than just depression :)

Why not give it a go and see if it helps you?

In reply to an earlier post on 15 Apr 2010 12:10:39 BDT
Radiantkd says:
without a doubt! Those symptoms sound like a perfect match!

Posted on 15 Apr 2010 12:12:26 BDT
Radiantkd says:
I think the title of the book simply does not convey the power of the message. When it was written, we had to choose a *topic*...the book is really about sugar addiction, sugar sensitivity and how to heal it. But in 1998, no one was ready for that message, LOL>
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