The M Club by Dr. DicQie Fuller-Looney

The M Club by Dr. DicQie Fuller-Looney

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(Book, 176 pg.) A companion to Dr. Fuller-Looney's breakthrough book, The Healing Power of Enzymes, in this volume Dr. Fuller-Looney and Wendy Cooke take a deep, but humorous look at menopause.


Excerpt: "It's hard to remember now exactly what I lost first: my body, my mind or my easy-going temperament. All I know is that one day around the age of 50, my evil twin came out to RULE... Not only did I feel like someone had installed a thermostat on my chest and was torturing me by flipping it to HIGH every five minutes, but my brain had been turned into mush and my emotions had reverted to those of a two-year old... It took awhile and a lot of experimentation, but these are the cures that I eventually figured out."

Dr. Fuller-Looney lays out how to use nutrition and enzyme supplementation to stop the uncomfortable conditions of menopause:

  • Night Sweats
  • Insomnia
  • Hot Flashes
  • "Moody Blues"
  • Weight Gain
  • Sexual Changes
  • "Mind Melt"
  • Joint Pain
Dr. Fulley-Looney says, "If you make the effort to eat right, exercise, and take vitamins and supplemental enzymes, you'll get to tack on those extra 25 years of life we are all hoping for."


The M Club provides practical common sense tips and regimens to minimize or eliminate the effects of menopause, and to raise the quality of life for menopausal women and the people around them.

Dr. Fuller-Looney stresses the importance of knowing your Body Type, and gives fascinating information on the background of body typing and why it can help steer you in the right direction for an optimal enzyme supplementation program.

"Remember, when you don't have the appropriate digestive enzymes to do the job, your digestive organs begin to malfunction, beginning the downward spiral that eventually robs your body of the capability to absorb nutrients. This puts stress on your system which causes disease and speeds up the aging process. It makes sense to avoid this problem, don't you think?"