I first came across this book in 2003, long before my bulimia was anywhere close to being in remission. But it was a real eye-opener because it was the first time I'd read about the link between eating disorders and nutritional imbalances, neurotransmitter shortages, and blood sugar instability. A lot of what she says is completely aligned with the principles of bulimiahelp.com, such as the importance of eating enough food, eating throughout the day, and eating a lot of protein with adequate fats and carbohydrates.
I'm a big proponent of naturopathy - for some reason, I've had better luck with it than eastern treatments such as acupuncture. But, it's expensive. The supplements she recommends in this book are very expensive. Rather than buying every aminoacid she recommends (amino acids are simply the building blocks of proteins), I suggest getting a multi-variety amino acid mix.
I'm honestly not sure I would have been able to recover without supplements. And I definitely wouldn't be able to maintain a low weight easily if it weren't for my very carefully regulated, vitamin and mineral-fortified regime. When I stop taking any of my supplements, I start to notice see-saw effects both in my mood and appetite.