John Gray, PhD, has taught men and women how to embrace their differences to build strong, loving relationships. This practical guide reveals how diet, exercise and communication skills combine to affect the production of healthy brain chemicals. With great insight and vision, John Gray examines the different emotional issues that govern mood, motivation and passion in men and women. He goes on to explore how men and women lose weight differently and provides effective tools to eliminate addictions and food cravings. The Program focuses on: -Relationship and communication issues that affect hormonal and brain chemistry balance -Nutritional supplementation for increasing physical, mental, nutrition and weight management -Gender-specific diet, nutrition and weight management -Essential physical exercises for stimulating the lymphatic, endocrine and brain systems and cerebral spine fluid -Stress and mood management
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"The magic key to health, happiness, and romance is waiting for you in your local health food store," says relationship guru John Gray, Ph.D. Not only do men and women have different communication and love styles, they gain and lose weight differently and need different diets, asserts Gray, author of the bestselling Mars and Venus series. Though he does not have credentials in exercise, nutrition, or weight management, Gray creates a program that, he claims, balances each gender's brain chemistry, resulting in health, weight loss, stress management, and romance.Gray analyzes the specific brain chemicals, hormones, and reactions to stress that affect men and women differently and influence relationships. He recommends an eating plan involving at least three meals a day; replacing breakfast with a low-calorie, nutritious breakfast shake; taking amino acid supplements; drinking "cleansing nutrients"; and avoiding junk food. The exercise prescription is only seven pages long (out of 314), consisting of his "bounce, shake, breathe, and flex" program. This may stimulate brain chemicals, but it doesn't do much for cardiovascular or muscle conditioning. Gray seems more concerned with avoiding getting too much exercise than getting enough or the right kind (according to exercise professionals). --Joan Price About the Author:
John Gray is the author of Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus , the bestselling relationship book of all time. An internationally recognised expert in the fields of communication, relationships and personal growth, he is a Certified Family Therapist, a consulting editor of The Family Journal as well as a member of various distinguished advisory boards and associations. He lives in California.
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Book Description Pan Books, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110330426559
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