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The chemistry of success : six secrets of peak performance
Lark, Susan M., 1945-
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Publication Information:
San Francisco, CA : Bay Books, [2000]

Physical Description:
vii, 754 pages ; 24 cm
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Central Library RA776.5 .L3226 2000 Adult Non-Fiction Central Closed Stacks
Grand Island Library RA776.5 .L3226 2000 Adult Non-Fiction Open Shelf
Lancaster Library RA776.5 .L3226 2000 Adult Non-Fiction Open Shelf

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In six simple steps, Dr. Susan Lark and James Richards show readers of The Chemistry of Success exactly how to develop, follow, and monitor the results of a Personal Chemistry of Success Action Plan that will put them on the road to improved health and performance in just six months.

Organized like a daily journal, The Chemistry of Success Action Plan walks readers through the first twenty-four weeks of their program, with self-evaluations, daily performance ratings, monthly reviews, progress charts, and feedback. Including special tips, techniques, and recipes throughout. The Chemistry of Success Action Plan provides all the tools, support, and encouragement readers need to use The Chemistry of Success to meet their own performance and health goals.

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Library Journal Review

This book focuses on essential ways to achieve and maintain the abundant reserves of energy and vitality necessary for optimum health. According to Lark, a physician specializing in clinical nutrition, and Richards, Lark's businessman husband, optimum physical health rather than a positive mental attitude is the crucial factor in determining one's ongoing success in life's endeavors. Among the six functions necessary for peak performance are the body's ability to produce digestive enzymes, detoxify wastes, oxygenate cells, and regulate the acid/alkaline balance. Much of the authors' emphasis is on the importance of a diet rich in health-promoting foods and dietary supplements. They also provide guidance on exercise, ozone therapy, hormone replacement, and similar methods to straighten and heal the body. Their advice and explanations are thorough, up-to-date, and clearly presented. Despite its somewhat misleading title, this outstanding nutrition and health guide is highly recommended for public and academic libraries.ÄIlse Heidmann, San Marcos, TX (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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