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Seven Steps to Feeling Great
     

Here are the seven steps that will free you from the Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde Syndrome of sugar sensitivity.

Don't try to do all seven steps all at once!

Do one step at time. Do not proceed to the next step until you have mastered the one before it. Each step builds on the last. If you try to do this program without following the seven-step sequence, it won't work. You will feel worse instead of better and you will give up.

If you do the steps in the order I recommend, you will stabilize each of the biochemical functions involved in your sugar sensitivity. There is plenty of room in the plan for you to exercise your own judgment and make your own choices. Don't tinker with the big plan.

Trust that there is a method to this madness.

You will get dramatic results if you follow the plan as it's outlined. The food plan I will show you is designed to change your blood chemistry and improve your neurotransmitter function. Even though it may seem obvious and simple, the foods in this plan actually create profound physical and emotional change. Don't be deceived by the simplicity. This is powerful medicine.

The Seven Steps of Potatoes Not Prozac

  1. Eat breakfast with protein
  2. Journal what you eat and how you feel
  3. Eat three meals a day with protein
  4. Take the recommended vitamins and have a potato before bed
  5. Shift from white foods to brown foods
  6. Reduce or eliminate sugars
  7. Create a new life

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