Phentermine Mediterranean Diet Resources

This section will collect and list books, articles and other existing printed material that we consider useful for you in this project.  Web-site resources wil be handled in the text of materials as links.  (See also the Link Category).  As originally promised, we do not intend to re-discover the wheel, but rather to grease the axles and to push the wagon.

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Resources... Issue 0501-02

January 22, 2005

REFERENCES:

(1) By Hedley et al, JAMA, June 16, 2004, p2847.

(2) By Ebbeling et al, ibid, p2828.

(3) Overcoming Obesity in America, Time, June 7, 2004

(4) WSJ, Health Journal, July 2004

(5) By Dean Ornish, M.D., Time, June 21, 2004, p62.

(6) By Nancy Hellmich, USA Today, June 19, 2004, p1D.

(7) By Janet Adamy, In The Day, July 13, 2004, pB6.

(8) The Heavy Cost Of Fat, Nat?l Geographic, Aug. 2004.

(9) Obesity, in Cecil?s Textbook of Medicine, p1339.

(10) By David Zinczenko, USA Today, Aug. 3, 2004, p11A

(11) By Tony Hung et al, Current opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care, 2003, 6: 165-176.

(12) When Fat Attacks, Newsweek, Aug 23, 2004, p40.

 

HIGHLIGHTING THE MEDITERRANEAN DIET

One excellent reference is:

"The Mediterranean Diet, Marissas Cloutier, Ms, Rd, and Eve Adamson, Avon Books, 2001,04. ISBN: 0-06-057878-5

HIGHLIGHTING THE MEDITERRANEAN LIFE-STYLE

Read: The Italians, by Luigi Barzini, Atheneum, 1964. ISBN: 0-689-70540-9


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