Master Your Metabolism: The All-Natural (All-Herbal) Way to Lose Weight

Master Your Metabolism: The All-Natural (All-Herbal) Way to Lose Weight

Lewis Harrison

Language: English

Pages: 320

ISBN: 1402200560

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Jump-start your weight loss with Master Your Metabolism. Author Lewis Harrison, a professional herbalist, has produced a comprehensive program that combines ancient herbal wisdom with current, cutting-edge medical research on naturally increasing metabolism. Harrison will show you how to navigate the hundreds of products on the herbal market for safe, effective results that can last a lifetime.

Master Your Metabolism includes:
--Secrets to reducing food cravings
--The Glycemic Index, and what it means for you
--Fabulous recipes, plus how to stock your pantry
--Tips for detoxifying

Harrison also provides easy-to-use sidebars listing the most popular herbs, their positive aspects, possible drawbacks and what works best for your specific body and personality type.

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the most powerful tools available for reducing food cravings and creating a sense of emotional and sensory satisfaction that most of us would normally get by eating. Of the five senses, the sense of smell and taste are unique. They are chemically based senses, in that they sense chemicals, and all smells are, of course, chemicals. It is with these two senses that we can investigate our surrounding environment for chemical information. Many researchers in the field of aromatherapy believe that

influence. Rosewood oil is especially effective when added to massage oil to help combat tired muscles, especially after intense exercise. Some herbalists use this oil to reduce the effects of migraines. Aromatherapy Massage Jean Valnet’s work was taken up and developed by Madame Marguerite Maury, a beauty therapist who was interested in incorporating essential oils into her treatments. Her idea was to revitalize each client by using a personal aromatic blend, which she based on the

vegetables or seaweed, are used as herbs and spices as well. Traditionally, apart from the measures necessary for drying and packaging, commercially packaged spices should not be technically modified or mixed with any other components unless special names are applied to these mixtures, such as curry powder, soy sauce, or mixed pizza seasoning. In recent years there has been some controversy over the use of genetic engineering and the genetic modification of herbs and spices. For this reason it

indefinitely. Among the most popular grains are amaranth, barley, corn, millet, wheat, oats, rice, quinoa, rye, buck-wheat groats, and wild rice. Buckwheat is often incorrectly thought to be a member of the grass family, but it is actually a herbaceous plant from an entirely different botanical family. The fruits are commonly called buckwheat groats and may be ground into a flour or cooked and used as a cereal or a porridge, which is call kasha. A whole grain contains the germ, endosperm, and

Preparation Instructions: Preheat oven to 400°F. Pierce potatoes several times with a fork. Bake about one hour, or until crisp outside and cooked through. Transfer to a baking sheet and cool five minutes. Lightly steam broccoli. Cut off the top third of the potatoes. Scoop out potato from bottoms into a bowl, leaving a quarter-inch thick shell. Scoop potato from tops and add to same bowl. Discard tops. Mash potato with half the cottage cheese, half the chopped garlic, and olive oil. Season with

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