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The Serotonin Power Diet, based on decades of scientific research at M.I.T. conducted by Judith J. Wurtman, PhD, has helped tens of thousands of individuals struggling with emotional overeating and medication-related weight gain.
Dr. Wurtman and Nina T. Frusztajer, MD created the diet after discovering the power of carbohydrates to trigger a release of serotonin in the brain, helping to control your appetite and make you feel good.
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