(2012-04-22 5:42 PM)
offers great little ithngsis to live by with a perspective that only a pharmacist can give. One good example of this is in the chapter about weight loss where she explains that some drugs can make you hungry. Included in her list are sedatives and tranquilizers, antidepressants, allergy pills, female hormones and diuretics. Wow, who knew? As the owner of an enzyme company and the author of two books on enzymes, I was especially interested in the chapters dealing with Digestion and Enzymes. Chapter 4 is entitled Do You Have the Guts to Throw Away Your Antacids? and enzymes are discussed on pages 201 and 202 in a chapter she calls Lose Fat While You Sleep When Pink Elephants Fly . I must say, the information was extremely valuable yet easy to follow. I was so impressed with this book that I bought one for each member of my technical education team and asked them to become well acquainted with this excellent resource.