Feeling Fat, Fuzzy or Frazzled?: A 3-Step Program to: Beat Hormone Havoc, Restore Thyroid, Adrenal, and Reproductive Balance, and Feel Better Fast!. Readers whose chronic health conditions are due to, or worsened by, glandular imbalances may find this informative guide to pinpointing and. Praise. “A must-read for anyone with a thyroid or other hormone problem.”— Christiane Northrup, MD, bestselling author of Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom.
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Preview — Feeling Fat, Fuzzy or Frazzled? Feeling Fat, Fuzzy or Frazzled?: You’re exhausted, and you’ve gained weight; you feel mentally fuzzy much of the time, and don’t feel that you handle day-to-day stress as well as you once did. Worried, you visit the doctor, who orders the typical battery of tests.
Two weeks later, you’re assured that everything’s fine. If you’re one of the 33 million Americans suffering from hormone-related metabolic problems, the answer is a resounding yes.
Feeling Fat, Fuzzy, or Frazzled? This multi-gland approach-missing from other hormone-related books-can make the day-to-day difference between feeling awful and feeling good.
If left untreated long-term, this imbalance can cause heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, infertility, and severe menopause. Practical and hands-on, this book offers readers: Hardcoverpages. Published July 7th by Hudson Street Press ffeeling published frazzked Feeling Fat, Fuzzy, or Frazzled?: A 3-Step Program To: To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Feeling Fat, Fuzzy or Frazzled?
Be the first to ask a question about Feeling Fat, Fuzzy or Frazzled? Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Aside from the excellent information, the thing I appreciated most about this book was how easy it was to understand. I confess I was a little intimidated by the idea of talking about the different hormones and how they affect the body as a system. I was nervous that I wouldn’t understand what was going on.
Quite the opposite, I’m delighted to say. I understood everything they talked about–easily. If you have problems with your thyroid, adrenals, or reproductive hormones, or if you have been st Aside from the excellent information, the thing I appreciated most about this book was how easy it was to understand. If you have problems with your thyroid, adrenals, or reproductive hormones, or if you have been straggling along with excessive weight, or your memory just won’t hold onto anything, or you feel stressed out really fast, and your doctor hasn’t been able to figure out what is wrong with youit would be worth giving this book a read.
Now I understand so much more clearly the interplay of my hormones. And, I discovered that even though I know I have hypothyroidism, the glands that have been giving me the most problem lately are my adrenals.
As the authors a husband and wife team explained the feeoing that leads to adrenal burnout, I found myself seeing last month and this month with sudden clarity and understanding. Yes, I had gone out like a star–a burst of energy to get the spring term ready, and then.
From which I can’t seem to recover. I had been blaming my thyroid out of habit. But as I read and talked about the book with some key people, I realized that actually, I had whomped my adrenals. So, now I am taking steps to help resurrect them. I’m also seeing my entire life with a new understanding.
Now I know why I was so exhausted as an adolescent and teen and at the end of my missionary serviceand why I got sick all the time. My adrenals were burned out. Okay, so what does the book tell you besides how to understand the interplay of the different hormones? For each endo-type thyroid, adrenal, or reproductive rfazzled, they give detailed information about the recommended diet, exercise, and frazzed elements including things to avoid and whyalong with the supplementation and other therapies you can use to help that particular gland.
In the later chapters where they talk efeling maintenance rather than “jump starting”they even address things like flower essences, color therapy, meditation, etc.
Throughout the book, the authors also emphasize over and over again how important it is to take things slowly. Try one thing at a time and see if it helps, and then try the next thing.
They also advocate keeping a record of what you’re working with and how it’s going. The back of the book has a series of appendices that talk about how to order home tests to determine hormone levels in your body tissue, where to find good supplements, how to talk with your doctor to get the best treatment, how to find good doctors and other therapists, etc.
Again, this is an easy read I read it in one daypacked with excellent information that will help you get on your way to feeling better.
Dec 05, Gwendolyn rated it it was amazing.
Feeling Fat, Fuzzy or Frazzled?
I will always be “currently-reading” this book. A wealth of knowledge and information. Everyone should read this book.
It pertains to men, women and children. Have you every felt any of the above symptom’s? It discusses the importance of three main glands – thyroid, adrenal and reproductive. How the function or dis-function of these glands effects us and in many cases is the underlying issues of what ails us.
Being proactive in correcting these imbalan I will always be “currently-reading” this book. Being proactive in correcting these imbalances will restore health and well-being. This book has given me greater understanding and knowledge in regards to how I can be proactive in feeling better!!! I bought mine through Walmart. I am buying this book for Christmas presents.
Jun 18, Heather rated it liked it. Some good information, but I’m not quite ready to sink hundreds of dollars into lab tests that would require me finding a new physician just to order them. Good list of supplements that can help in different area Thryoid, adrenals, sex hormones.
I didn’t finish the book, because I don’t have lab results to definitively tie me to one area. But it did echo much of the information found in the first book I read Hashimoto’s Protocol about finding a balance for the numerous issues that I keep hav Some good information, but I’m not quite ready to sink hundreds of dollars into lab tests that would require me finding a new physician just to order them.
But it did echo much of the information found in the first book I read Hashimoto’s Protocol about finding a balance for the numerous issues that I keep having. Apr 05, Beth Quittman rated it did not like it. You might as well try to solve your medical problems by reading the horoscope.
Sep 22, Heather added it Shelves: I have mixed feelings about this book so far. First, it is very easy to understand. It is written in a clear, concise manner almost too homey without dumbing things down. There are a lot of case studies and personal examples which really fweling clarify things. On the downside, frazzlee really have to get the testing done in order to find the appropriate treatment plan.
So it’s your I have mixed feelings about this book so far. So it’s your own money feling a private lab. Because the recommendations differ based on which system is most out of whack, you sort of need the test results. I was hoping for something that I’d be able to do without spending loads of money.
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The self-test revealed that it’s inconclusive which of my systems are most messed up! I’ll keep reading though and see what I can figure out. I really don’t want to feel fat or fuzzy or frazzled!!!!! Updated March – I’m shelving this for a while or at geeling until I decide whether to move forward with the tests or not. Sep 16, Leslea rated it it was amazing Shelves: Basic overall information about endocrinology is about the same as the Mary Shomon book, but this book is organized by which type of hormonal balance you may be experiencing fat, fuzzy, or frazzled?
Particularly, I like the information on alternative testing and resources, and the very concise checklists in the back of each chapter.
I was able to read this in an hour after dinner to find what I need to do next. The information on supplements was new to me, and will fo Well-organized chapters. The information on supplements was new to me, and will form the basis of a new shopping list. If you haven’t been diagnosed with thyroid disease, you will find the self-quizzes very helpful. Even though I have worked within a diagnosis for 13 years, I still found the information on the “three legged stool” of hormonal balance to be interesting.
Nothing sexy here, folks, but if you’re sick and tired of being sick and tired, read this one. Mar 12, Lindsey fdeling it really liked it Shelves: Diet, sleep, vitamins, relaxation, etc.