Stop the Insanity!/Eat, Breathe, Move, Change the Way You Look and Feel--Forever

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Simon & Schuster, 1993 - Health & Fitness - 363 pages
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The dynamic star of national TV who's getting people off the couch tells women how to take control of their lives--and bodies--to improve their health, fitness, and self-image. Susan tells how depression led to her 260-pound "fat coma" and how she overcame "the insanity" of the diet and fitness industry to develop her own wellness plan. 15 photos.

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User Review  - Honey Halliwell - Goodreads

What can I say: it worked. She told stories that I related to at the time, and eating and moving worked, so I guess she revolutionized my thoughts about dieting. ie It's an endless trap that makes ... Read full review

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User Review  - Etherealfire - Goodreads

She's a larger than life character that people probably either love or hate but I found the story compelling and the advices surprisingly down to earth, practical and easily achievable if committed to ... Read full review

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Susan Powter is the "New York Times" bestselling author of "Stop the Insanity!"; "The Pocket Powter"; "Food"; "C'Mon America, Let's Eat!"; and "Hey, Mom! I'm Hungry!" For many years she has been inspiring audiences worldwide with her books, audios, videos, and record-breaking life-changing seminars. Visit her online at

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