Eat carbs, nature’s own appetite suppressant, to stop emotional
over-eating and halt antidepressant-related weight gain.
Three steps to success
You will learn to use your brain, not your stomach or taste buds, to control your eating.
You’ll establish eating routines and lifestyle habits to keep serotonin levels high.
What started out as just a Serotonin-boosting diet will become a healthy lifestyle.
Judith J. Wurtman, PhD
Dr. Wurtman is former Director of the Program in Women’s Health at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Clinical Research Center. Dr. Wurtman received her PhD in cell biology from George Washington University and went on to take additional training in nutritional biochemistry and obesity as a National Institute of Health postdoctoral fellow. She is the founder of a Harvard University hospital weight-loss facility and counsels private weight management clients. Dr. Wurtman has written five books and more than 40 peer-reviewed articles for professional publications. She lives in Miami Beach, Florida.
Nina T. Frusztajer, MD
Dr. Frusztajer is a practicing physician with expertise in wellness and co-founder of a Boston-based private weight loss center. Dr. Frusztajer received her Masters degree in Nutrition from Columbia University, where she conducted peer-reviewed published studies on the relationship between nutrient intake and stress. She attended George Washington University School of Medicine followed by postgraduate training and medical practice in internal medicine and pathology. Dr. Frusztajer is also a certified professional life coach and yoga teacher. She lives in Boston, Massachusetts.