The Diet Bible
Finally, one book that cuts through all the fad diets. If you've been looking for straight answers for all of your weight-loss questions, this is the book for you. Broken down into ten easy-to-use sections featuring thirty-five questions and answers, including cross-references, Wills exposes common diet myths and provides an impartial reference that will help you make an informed choice. The different diet programs, methods, and products that we are bombarded with daily are evaluated in an A-Z listing that is also cross-referenced.
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Nutrition for Life: A No Fad, Non-nonsense Approach to Eating Well and Reaching
Lisa Hark,Darwin Deen
No preview available - 2006
HOW TO USE THIS BOOK 4 INTRODUCTION 6 LIST OF QUESTIONS
Assessing your own metabolic rate 14 FEATURE 2 A day in
section two Your body your shape
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