About the 10-day Detox and Dr. Mark Hyman


To learn more about the science behind WHY I tried and believe in the 10-Day Detox Diet, visit Dr. Mark Hyman’s websites.
The 10-Day Detox Diet grew out of a deeper understanding of the biology of food addiction and how it is so often at the root of people’s failure to change their behavior and their diet. The fact that we eat 152 pounds of sugar and 146 pounds of flour per person per year in America makes it impossible for people to control their behavior around food. These substances are highly addictive; in fact, they are eight times as addictive as cocaine. Rats will keep eating sugar even while they are getting electric shocks to make them stop!
Six hundred people did a trial of the program-they not only lost more than 4,000 pounds in 10 days and dropped blood sugar by 20 points and blood pressure by 10 points but they reduced all symptoms from all diseases by 62 percent in 10 days. There is no drug on the planet that can do that. Food is the most powerful medicine on the planet.
The Blood Sugar Solution 10-Day Detox Diet book is for you if you:
  • want a brief but compelling glimpse into how powerful the affect of food is on your mind-body system and how quickly eating real food can shift your health and your weight.
  • have FLC Syndrome (feel like crap) and want to feel better in 10 days.
  • have been struggling in shame, guilt and secrecy about your addiction to food and want to stop compulsive and impulsive eating for good.
  • are busy and crunched for time and need a fast program that is evidenced-based and reliable.

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