Plan of Action

Ensure that you are following the dietary recommendations in the Nutrition section, making sure that you eat little and often to keep your blood sugar balanced. This reduces sweet cravings and also keeps your metabolism working at optimum level. Follow the supplement programme over a period of three months to rectify any deficiencies and to help with the weight loss.


The supplement programme below should be taken for at least three months in order to achieve best results.

A good multivitamin and mineral supplement eg Femforte II
B-complex (containing 50 mg of most of the B vitamins, taken daily)
Chromium polynicotinate or picolinate (200mcg per day)
Zinc citrate (30 mg per day)
Co-enzyme Q10 30mg twice per day
Linseed (flaxseed) oil (1000mg per day)


The tests below have been specially selected to be the most helpful if you are concerned about dieting.

Mineral Analysis Test with Supplement and Nutritional Assessment Programme

Online Personalised Supplement Assessment Programme

Food/Allergy Intolerance Test

Comprehensive Digestive Stool Analysis (Yeast Overgrowth) (Stool test)

After three months you would then have a re-test in order to monitor your progress and adjust your supplement programme according to your new condition. If you need help in obtaining any of the supplements, herbs or tests mentioned above, click, The Natural Health Practice. They can supply all of them for you online or if you prefer to talk to somebody first you can also order by mail order on the telephone. The products supplied by this company are always of the highest quality. The section above forms part of a larger 14 page chapter on Natural Alternatives to Dieting taken from my book, “The Nutritional Health Handbook for Women” In the rest of the chapter you will learn what the medical approaches to dieting are and how to combine them with the natural approach. This is called Integrated Medicine and is the way that healthcare of the future is moving towards. You will also learn what medical tests will give you an accurate diagnosis of your condition and if you really need to have them. The medical treatments for dieting are then examined which can include looking at either drugs or surgery. Each treatment is then discussed and the pros and cons of the options explained. The Integrated Approach to dieting is considered in some detail so that if appropriate you can know how to combine the best of both conventional and natural medicine.

At the end of the chapter is a practical step by step summary of what you can do to help yourself.

If you would like to read the rest of this chapter click, Natural Alternatives to Dieting chapter and you will be given details of how you can download the whole chapter. Or if you would like even more in depth advice about Dieting you should read “Natural Alternatives to Dieting”; an international best seller acclaimed by many as “one of the best books I have ever read on dieting.”

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