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by Heidi Hough,David Edelberg

eBook The Triple Whammy Cure: The Breakthrough Women's Health Program for Feeling Good Again in 3 Weeks ePub
Author: Heidi Hough,David Edelberg
Language: English
ISBN: 0743269071
ISBN13: 978-0743269070
Publisher: Free Press; 1 edition (December 20, 2005)
Pages: 336
Category: Alternative Medicine
Subcategory: Dieting
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 514
Formats: docx mbr lrf lit
ePub file: 1876 kb
Fb2 file: 1917 kb

Edelberg, David; Hough, Heidi.

Edelberg, David; Hough, Heidi. Women, Women, Alternative medicine, Stress management for women, Serotonin, Hormones, Self-care, Health. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio).

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book by David Edelberg. I started following the plan in mid-December, 2005, and it has now been about six weeks.

Edelberg's Triple Whammy Cure is a natural program that provides powerful but easy solutions for each of the three whammies, with steps that include: boosting your serotonin levels without taking an antidepressant, natural supplements backed up by the best studies for smoothing hormonal swings, and a stress-relief menu that's more fun than work. There's also a delicious serotonin-boosting eating plan.

The Triple Whammy Cure: The Breakthrough Women's Health Program for Feeling Good Again in 3 Weeks. by David Edelberg and Heidi Hough. The Triple Whammy Cure is so simple that Dr. Edelberg's thousands of patients wondered how it would work - until they tried it themselves and felt so much better only twenty-one days later. Case stories in the book show how these patients got their lives back. Now, The Triple Whammy Cure can help you get back your life, too. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere.

Dr Case stories in the book show how these patients got their lives back.

by David Edelberg . The Triple Whammy Cure: The Breakthrough Women's Health Program for Feeling Good Again in 3 Weeks.

The Triple Whammy Cure. The Breakthrough Women's Health Program for Feeling Good Again in 3 Weeks. About The Author. a practicing physician for more than thirty years, was chief medical adviser of WholehealthMD. Published 2006 by Free Press in New York.

The Triple Whammy Cure : The Breakthrough Women's Health Program for Feeling Good Again in 3 Weeks by David . This book is superior to others I have read on the subject.

The Triple Whammy Cure : The Breakthrough Women's Health Program for Feeling Good Again in 3 Weeks by David Edelberg (2005, Hardcover). In depth explanations as to how various foods, additives, etc. interact in the body, alone or in combination with each other. This is the type of book that can be read cover to cover, yet is something you'll want to refer to from time to time as new symptoms present themselves.

A three-week plan designed to help women overcome problems related to stress and serotonin and hormone imbalances explains how to apply behavioral changes and herbal and vitamin supplements to target such conditions as depression, memory loss, and weight problems. 50,000 first printing.
Quynaus
I found this book to be so helpful, down-to-earth, and sensible it was a true relief for me to read it. I'm already implementing many of DR. E's suggestions, and the book also corroborated what my holistic Dr. and I have been doing, and reassured and motivated me about the exercise I'm getting. His explanation about serotonin and whole grain carbohydrates was very helpful, and the section on weight was very comforting. I'm 63, post-menopausal, and live an exhilarating but high-stress life, with a great marriage and a satisfying career. My exhaustion wasn't terrible, but I never could understand it, except as a "natural part of aging" which was very discouraging. This book has given me hope that the energy I had for most of my life has not gone away forever, and I can get it back. The suggestions are so sensible and simple it was easy to follow them right away.
Llanonte
I have read many books on getting one's overall health into shape. What Dr. Edelberg did for me was to take many mysterious-seeming puzzle pieces of my own health situation and put them together into a picture that made a lot of sense. Throughout, I continued to "recognize" myself, not so much in his stories of individuals, but in his descriptions of various symptoms which added up to a general state of low energy and burnout. I know so many women around my age who feel this way, and I do believe that the author has worked out an approach to healing that one won't find easily. That's sad, since there are elements of his methods that do require medical intervention, and one cannot always convince one's doctor to go along with such ideas. But it's also hopeful. There is much that Edelberg suggests that we can do on our own, and the book itself can always be brought in as evidence to our own docs. Definitely worth reading, even if you use it as a small part of your overall program of taking care of yourself.
Weiehan
This book is truly outstanding. It brings together current, insightful information about topics that are critical for some women but nearly impossible to get quality medical acknowledgement of, let alone constructive advice on. The book offers an integrative medical approach to understanding and treatment of the very debilitating but surprisingly commmon ailments covered; there is every validation of the person's individual experience as defining the ailment as well as the cure and no presumption that one size fits all, either in terms of symptoms or solutions. This book brings both hope and direction to understanding and fixing these problems. And, if that weren't enough, the writing conveys such warmth and is so accessible that it is, indeed, a genuine pleasure to read the book. I began it one evening and did not move from my chair for 7 hours while I completed the book in one sitting (and I am a fairly slow reader). In my opinion, there is no better book on the subject, and this book is a must read for anyone who is interested in any or all parts of the subject. You will immediately feel better for knowing that you are understood at last!
Boyn
Excellent sensible, clear book written in language anyone can understand. Great specific advice. (Don't be put off by the sensationalist title.)
Zeleence
I am not finished with this book, but so far what i have read is very helpful in gaining an understanding of what I need to know to talk to my doctor.
Beazekelv
Excellent book! So much incite into many issues women face. Dr. Edelberg covers most concerns with infinite wisdom and practical solutions!
KiddenDan
This was really informative and gave me great suggestions for following up with my own doctor regarding test resuls, etc.
Dr Edelberg's central thesis is that an array of problems afflicting many women, particularly in the middle years of life, are the result of a combination of three things:

1. Stress

2. Serotonin

3. Hormones

He then goes ahead and gives us an impressive disease-based list of conditions that he believes that his approach can help, including:

Anxiety disorders

Chronic fatigue syndrome

Depression

Migraine headaches

Sleep problems and many more.

There are really two questions here:

First, is his hypothesis correct, and second, do his methods work?

I am almost certain that the central hypothesis - that stress, serotonin and hormones are the three major factors - is incorrect. I say that with the greatest respect, because I do like what he is trying to do. How can I say that the hypothesis is incorrect? First, some of the discussion about thyroid and adrenal problems is inaccurate. I am a holistic physician, but I am also a card-carrying endocrinologist. As a simple example, using temperature as a guide to thyroid function is very misleading, particularly in menopausal women. For people with a questionable TSH, the best measurement is free T3. Next, there have been a lot of studies into the "adrenal fatigue" concept that have drawn a blank. I did another Medline search on the adrenal fatigue today: still nothing. Second is the idea that serotonin is a "happy" chemical and because millions of women don't have enough of it, they are depressed, unhappy, migrainous and so on. But this is not accurate. Serotonin is a colloquial name for the chemical 5-hydroxytryptamine (5-HT). There are at least eight clusters of neurons in the brain that produce this chemical and each has its own set of connections. At last count there were almost forty 5-HT receptors. The reason why the Prozac types of medicines work, is that they modulate the activity of serotonin in just one of these eight pathways. But serotonin is involved in a lot more than mood and pain: it is also involved in sexual behavior, memory and aggression. If correcting serotonin really was able to cure so many problems, then I am sure that pharmaceutical companies would have been investigating ways to do that, and to put it in a pill. Serotonin does not produce effects on its own; it is a modulator of response. Stress IS a factor for some people, but it is more a matter of resilience to "Overload," rather than stress itself.

The next question is whether there is any scientific research to back up his recommendations. I did a Medline search and could not find any peer-reviewed papers by the author supporting his ideas. But that doesn't necessarily mean that they are inaccurate. A lot of medical practice is based not on research, but on reports of successes. And it would not be right to expect our patients to sit and wait for the peer-review process to rumble on while they are suffering. There are a lot of books emerging that contain valuable information that has not yet been checked.

So in the absence of research data to support his claims, do I think that his approaches work? The answer to that one is "Yes." Not because of all the glowing testimonials, but because his approaches are likely to be able to clear away a lot of the detritus which blocks the expression of the Informational Matrix that underlies the subtle systems of the body. What I particularly like is that Dr. Edelberg is feeling his way toward an integrated system of care for women suffering from an array of difficulties. Personally I would have liked to see a little more discussion about the subtle and spiritual aspects of life changes. For anyone who is interested, I have been posting some articles about those aspects on my blog: [...]

I also have a question: to whom is this book addressed? For people who are really suffering, are they going to have the time or the energy to read their way through almost 300 pages? This is not a criticism. It is just a reality that has driven us to produce one-minute solutions that can get people started before they can take on larger books and programs like this one.
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