Synopses & Reviews
For the 33 million Americans who feel sluggish, spacey, and stressed out daily, Feeling Fat, Fuzzy, or Frazzled?
is the first book to address the delicate balance among the thyroid, adrenal, and reproductive glands—which can make the day-to-day difference between feeling awful and feeling good. Long-term, if left untreated, this imbalance can cause heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, infertility, and severe menopause.
Authored by an expert physician/nurse team, the book offers readers: an innovative program to identify their particular hormone-related metabolic disorder; a “5-day jumpstart program” to help alleviate weight gain, low energy, or frayed nerves fast; and a long-term plan to achieve optimal health.
“A must-read for anyone with a thyroid or other hormone problem.”
“A clear, comprehensive, and integrated road map to restore and rebalance our hormones.”
—Mary J. Shomon, author of The Thyroid Diet and Living Well with Hypothyroidism
andldquo;A must-read for anyone with a thyroid or other hormone problem.andrdquo;
andldquo;A clear, comprehensive, and integrated road map to restore and rebalance our hormones.andrdquo;
andmdash;Mary J. Shomon, author of The Thyroid Diet and Living Well with Hypothyroidism
For the thirty-three million Americans who feel sluggish, spacey and stressed out daily,
This text addresses the delicate balance among the thyroid, adrenal, and reproductive glands. It provides an innovative program to identify hormone-related metabolic disorders, a "five-day jumpstart program" to help alleviate weight gain, low energy, or frayed nerves fast, and a long-term plan to achieve optimal health.
About the Author
Richard Shames, MD, is a founding member of the American Holistic Medical Association. Specializing in hormone treatment for over twenty-five years, Dr. Shames coaches patients nationally via www.fatfuzzyfrazzled.com and www.thyroidpower.com.
Karilee Shames, PhD, RN, is a certified clinical specialist in psychiatric nursing and a certified holistic nurse.