Slim down sister: the African-American woman's guide to healthy, permanent weight loss
A weight-loss guide written for African-American women addresses the cultural customs, eating habits, and leisure preferences that cause obesity in black women while serving up a diet program--with more than thirty low-fat recipes--designed to help readers lose pounds. 25,000 first printing.
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Slim down sister: the African-American woman's guide to healthy, permanent weight lossUser Review - Book Verdict
Written by nutrition consultants Weaver and Fabiola Gaines and a senior editor at Family Circle magazine, Angela Ebron, this work deals with the issue of obesity among black women and its link to life-threatening illnesses like diabetes, hypertension, and heart disease. It also contains real-life stories about women who have lost weight and kept it off, and 35 low-fat recipes. ...
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