I Wish I Hadn't Eaten That' by Maria Cross
Simple Dietary Solutions for the 20 Most Common Health Problems

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I Wish I Hadn't Eaten That is a book for those of you who, despite your best efforts to eat well and exercise regularly, still experience niggling health problems that just won't go away. In this book, Maria Cross identifies twenty common health problems that afflict those she describes as the 'perfectly healthy but not very well.' Do the following sound familiar?

lack of energy...acne...weight gain...food cravings constipation...poor circulation...diarrhoea...insomnia bloating...poor memory and/or concentration frequent colds...mood swings...aching joints premenstrual syndrome...mild depression period pain...dry skin and/or eyes skin rashes...headaches...water retention

Just like a nutritional therapy consultation, this book takes you through a step-by step process to help you identify what, from a dietary perspective, might be causing your symptoms. It then gives you the skills to use simple dietary alterations to overcome these symptoms for life-changing effects, so that you can achieve your ultimate goal: total wellness.

 

About Maria Cross

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Maria Cross studied at the Institute for Optimum Nutrition before going on to graduate at the University of Westminster with a Masters Degree in Public Health Food and Nutrition. She has been a nutritional therapist since 1994, and a lecturer and tutor at Westminster. Her first, co-authored book, Nutrition in Institutions, was published in 2009. www.mariacross.co.uk
 
Published May 2, 2011 by Hay House. 257 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help. Non-fiction

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