Low-fat Living: Turn Off the Fat-makers, Turn on the Fat-burners for Longevity, Energy, Weight Loss, Freedom from Disease

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Rodale Press, 1996 - Health & Fitness - 478 pages
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Trimming fats is as easy as one to 10 with this simple yet comprehensive program. Just turn off the 10 fat-making switches and turn on the 10 fat-burning switches, with techniques that are practical, quick, and effective. Best of all, Dr. Cooper's plan requires skillpower--rather than willpower. 36 illustrations.

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Review: Low-Fat Living: Turn Off the Fat-Makers Turn on the Fat-Burners for Longevity Energy Weight Loss Freedom from Disease

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Contents

Turning Off Your
27
Stuffing Yourself
41
AlcoholTwo or More
50
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Robert K. Cooper, Ph.D., is the top-rated speaker in the Wyncom "Lessons in Leadership" program that features such leading business authors as Tom Peters, Ken Blanchard, & Stephen Covey, & reaches thousands of professionals & executives in cities across the country. D. Cooper has spent more than twenty years researching leadership, innovation, & the elements of individual & organizational success. He lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

ROBERT K. COOPER, PhD, is the author of the 2.7 million-copy bestseller "Low-Fat Living." His wife, LESLIE L. COOPER, has written the "Low-Fat Living Cookbook," among other books. They reside in southeast Michigan.

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