Feed your Tiger

Feed your Tiger

The Asian Diet Secret for Permanent Weight Loss and Vibrant Health

Book - 2007
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Baker & Taylor
Draws on ancient Eastern healing principles to present a program for weight control and energy balance, in a guide that identifies personal energy types in order to make the most compatible food, supplement, and lifestyle choices.

McMillan Palgrave
Forget about restrictive fad diets and "feel-the-burn" workouts. Drawing on Eastern healing principles that date back thousands of years, this is a decidedly different—and superbly effective—approach to weight control through energy balance

Feed Your Tiger is the first book to establish a connection between weight loss and energy type. Author Letha Hadady shows readers how to drop extra pounds through a combination of natural remedies and techniques that draw on both contemporary scientific research and traditional Chinese medicine.

By completing a short questionnaire, readers determine their own energy type: tiger, bear, dragon, or crane. With this information, they learn how to choose healing foods for their energy type; how to tailor their eating plans to their individual cravings; and how to further support their weight-loss efforts with specific natural remedies—including herbal and nutritional supplements, massage techniques, and stretches.

Feed Your Tiger was the subject of a controlled observational study, conducted at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York City. The findings confirmed that Hadaday’s methods are as effective as they are unique.


Holtzbrinck

Forget about restrictive fad diets and "feel-the-burn" workouts. Drawing on Eastern healing principles that date back thousands of years, this is a decidedly different—and superbly effective—approach to weight control through energy balance

Feed Your Tiger is the first book to establish a connection between weight loss and energy type. Author Letha Hadady shows readers how to drop extra pounds through a combination of natural remedies and techniques that draw on both contemporary scientific research and traditional Chinese medicine.

By completing a short questionnaire, readers determine their own energy type: tiger, bear, dragon, or crane. With this information, they learn how to choose healing foods for their energy type; how to tailor their eating plans to their individual cravings; and how to further support their weight-loss efforts with specific natural remedies—including herbal and nutritional supplements, massage techniques, and stretches.

Feed Your Tiger was the subject of a controlled observational study, conducted at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York City. The findings confirmed that Hadaday's methods are as effective as they are unique.



Baker
& Taylor

Draws on ancient Eastern healing principles to present a program for weight control and energy balance, in a guide that invites readers to identify their personal energy type in order to make the most compatible food, supplement, and lifestyle choices.

Publisher: Emmaus, Penn. : Rodale, c2007
ISBN: 9781594864148
1594864144
Characteristics: xx, 364 p. : ill. ; 24 cm

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Lotoiya
Oct 29, 2010

This book was so useful and full of information....
I love it and will recommend it to anyone in need of information on a healthier way of life and health

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