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What if Gluten Free is not Enough?

Weight Loss Connection – Balanced Diet

Book Blurb

Weight Gain is the First Presentation of One or More of Your Body’s System Imbalances and Gluten Free is NOT Necessarily Enough

If you are one of every two people who struggle with overweight and obesity, this book is for you. Author Chen Ben Asher proves that weight gain is the first presentation of one or more of your body’s system imbalances. Taking grains out of your diet or changing to gluten-free grains is not necessarily the solution you are looking for. Following a gluten-free diet is not an easy “game” and it requires a learning process to keep the balance.

Whether your goal is to lose weight or simply to feel better, Ben Asher’s wise words are a great place to start. Discover the scientific processes of our body’s systems trying to keep you balanced. Using Ben Asher’s drug-free, easy-to-implement nutritional plan can change your health and your weight.

The book includes delicious recipes to make your day-by-day meal plan easy. Find out why thousands of Ben Asher’s clients are crediting the “Balanced Diet” with achieving BALANCE, VITALITY and WEIGHT LOSS.

About the Author

Chen Ben Asher is a M.A, Board Certified Nutritionist in Holistic Nutrition, Consultant, Certified Gluten Practitioner (CGP), First Line Therapy Certification (FLT), is a leading authority on weight management, women’s health, Hormonal Imbalances and gluten sensitivity. She is a clinician, public speaker, educator and author.

Her clinic is in Silicon Valley, CA where she provides a holistic, functional nutrition approach, by looking for the root causes of the body system imbalances. She has worked one-on-one with hundreds of clients in person and via Skype or video.

Chen specializes in supporting people to get Balanced, using a holistic system-oriented approach. Her effective Gain Health Lose Weight program is a customized nutritional plan that leads to optimal wellness.

There is no ONE-SIZE-FITS-ALL nutritional plan. “Every bite counts”. These programs are designed to assist individuals in creating a personal strategy to support and balance their health, focusing on engagement, disease prevention, chronic and/or acute condition management through nutrition, real foods and healthy weight maintenance.

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