Slim down sister: the African-American woman's guide to healthy, permanent weight loss

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Plume, Jan 4, 2001 - Health & Fitness - 229 pages
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One of the first weight-loss books to address the serious health concerns facing African-American women offers a comprehensive program of diet and exercise written by experts in the fields of health and nutrition. Includes the Soul Food Pyramid (low-fat versions of favorite recipes), tips for staying motivated, how to start a support group, and more.

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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 ... Read full review

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Introduction
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CHAPTER
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CHAPTER
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Ebron is a senior editor at Family Circle magazine.

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