Crowther, Penny
June 2002
Positive Health;Jun2002, Issue 77, p30
Comments on the obsession of some individuals in losing weight. Percentage of women restricting food intake to lose excess weight; Influence of food intolerance on weight loss; Symptom of food intolerance.


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