101 Ways to Stop Eating After Dinner

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Penguin, Feb 1, 2001 - Health & Fitness - 112 pages
No more midnight snacks, no more morning regrets. You can change your habits, and change your life. All you have to do is shut that fridge and open this book!
Just about every diet expert will tell you to stop eating after the dinner dishes are washed and put away. The problem is they don’t tell you how. How, exactly, do you resist those overwhelming urges for desserts, snacks, and midnight munchies?
There are at least 101 ways, and you’ll find them in this simple, practical no-nonsense guide to healthy eating and weight-loss success. You’ll find everything from quick tricks (like brushing your teeth) to surprising projects (like starting that novel you’ve been thinking about writing)—plus a special section on what to do “If You Have to Have It,” filled with advice on the smartest low-calorie late-night treats.

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About the author (2001)

Nancy Butcher has written on health and wellness subjects for WholeHealthMD.com and other websites as well as created wellness booklets for Time-Life Books. She is the author of 101 Ways to Stop Eating After Dinner101 Ways to Fall Asleep, and the New York Times bestselling children's book It's Snow Problem.

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