Dieting with the Duchess: Secrets and Sensible Advice for a Great Body

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Pocket Books, Dec 31, 2002 - Health & Fitness - 336 pages
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"I am here to say that no matter how insurmountable your problems may seem, you can change your life for the better. If I can do it, so can you." -- Sarah, The Duchess of York

She is a hardworking single mother who is conquering her weight issues. Now Sarah, The Duchess of York shares secrets and tips for a healthful lifestyle and tells every woman how she, too, can win the battle of the bulge. Informed by the sound guidance of Weight Watchers -- the trusted authority in weight loss -- Dieting with The Duchess features:

  • "My Truths" -- Five rules The Duchess learned on her weight-loss journey

  • A primer on food fundamentals, including food groups and supplements

  • Simple techniques for creating a workout that suits your exercise style

  • How to (re)discover your true self during the weight-loss process, including practical ways to improve self-image

  • Plus 75 delicious recipes based on Weight Watchers revolutionary Winning Points® weight loss plan, including POINTS ® values

Dieting with The Duchess is the weight-loss guide you can't afford to be without!

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Contents

Food Fundamentals
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Sarah, The Duchess of York started her career in public relations at a London art gallery and worked for a publisher before marrying Prince Andrew and becoming The Duchess of York in 1986. She is the mother of two daughters, Beatrice and Eugenie. The author of several books, including an autobiography, she travels extensively for Weight Watchers­ International. She lives with her daughters just outside London, England.

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