The Thinsulin Program taught Fernando how to break his old eating habits. He
was shocked to see how much fat he was able to lose around his stomach area.
His clothes were loose and he could fit into his old jeans again. Feeling
Author: Charles Nguyen
Publisher: Hachette UK
High-fat, high-sugar foods get most of the blame for weight gain and obesity, but doctors have found that high insulin levels are actually the culprit. When we eat foods that raise our insulin level, the body stores fat; when we lower our insulin level, the body naturally burns fat. In The Thinsulin(TM) Program, bariatric internist Tu Song-Anh Nguyen and psychiatrist Charles Nguyen share their proven, science-based, two-stage plan for weight loss. First, the active phase shows you how to gain control of and lower your insulin levels through food choices that enable dramatic weight loss. Next, the passive phase helps you to adopt a new way of thinking about food, focusing on insulin rather than calories, to keep excess weight off for good.
Includes entries for maps and atlases.
... DIABETES - RELATED PROGRAMS FOR BLACK AMER LYMPHOMAS :
CURRENT CONCEPTS IN PATHOGENE WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT
CANCER OF TH INSULIN - DEPENDENT DLABETES ADULT KIDNEY CANCER
Index of U.S. government literature on health statistics and research information and health care delivery and education material for the lay public.
... J. M. , and CAMERON , D. C. The reliability of the interview method in an officer
candidate evaluation program . ... Niver , E. O. , Weisz , S. , and Harris , T. H.
Insulin - hypoglycemia treatment of schizophrenia ; results and follow - up studies
Author: George Wilson Shaffer
"The present book represents an effort to present a systematic and integrated group of topics that are fundamental to satisfactory movement in the clinical field. The emphasis of the book is placed on theory and methodology and is therefore directed both to the beginning student in clinical psychology and to the person who has developed some competence with clinical techniques. For the beginning student the book should serve as an introduction to later training and practice. We have assumed that such a student will have some knowledge of general and abnormal psychology. In an ideal situation, of course, he would have broad basic preparation. For the advanced student the book will tie together the personality and clinical field in such a way as to give his procedures more meaning"--Preface. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved).
Vols. for 1964- have guides and journal lists.