Body with Soul: Shed Pounds, End Diabetes, and Transform Your Health

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Penguin, Dec 2, 2008 - Biography & Autobiography - 256 pages
From beloved American Idol judge Randy Jackson, a complete, inspiring wellness plan for taking control of your health

The obesity epidemic is spreading throughout America, bringing with it health problems from diabetes to hypertension to heart disease. A lifetime of poor fitness and nutrition choices left Randy Jackson lethargic, overweight, and with a diagnosis of Type II diabetes. After years of yo-yo diets, hours in the gym, and even gastric bypass surgery, Randy finally decided to change his life. Body with Soul is his tried-and-true wellness plan; filled with meal plans, re-tooled recipes of Southern favorites, and workouts for people on the go, the regimen here is user-friendly and promises results. Having lost one hundred pounds, Randy is healthier than ever, and his diabetes has been in remission for five years. The program offered by Body with Soul ensures that readers, like Randy, can get their health in check, and lead happier, healthier lives.

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A Conversation with Dr Fobi
What Is the Reality of You?
Learn What It Feels Like to Be Truly Hungryand Comfortably Full
Lets Set the Record Straight
Eat When You Need To
Look at Portion Sizes Not Calories
Occasionally Give In to Your Cravings
The Foods You Choose
A FourPhase Workout Plan
Phase One
Phase Two
Phase Three
Phase Four
Cardio Choices
StrengthTraining Choices
Work Out Rock Out

Two Weeks Worth of Good Eats
Go AheadEat Between Meals
A Psychologist Weighs In

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About the author (2008)

Thirty-year music industry veteran and Grammy Award winning producer, Randy Jackson started out at the age of 13 playing bass guitar and got his big break when he joined the acclaimed band Journey. As a talented musician and producer, Randy also spent eight years as the Vice President of A&R at Columbia Records, followed by four years as Senior Vice President of A&R at MCA Records. Jackson was widely known as America’s favorite judge on FOX’s record-breaking show American Idol.

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