Drop a dress size: 52 brilliant little ideas to lose weight and stay slim

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Infinite Ideas, Oct 30, 2006 - Health & Fitness - 128 pages
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Are you one of the millions of women who want to shed a few pounds? Are you confused by the never-ending avalanche of books, magazines, websites and TV programmes to allegedly ‘help’? There are hundres of so-called experts out there, all touting the latest trend. But who’s got the time to wade through all of this information to sift the stuff that works from the rubbish? Drop a dress size, the newest book in the 52 Brilliant Little Ideas series, cuts straight to the heart of the matter. With the surest shortcuts and insider secrets, Kate Cook and Eve Cameron reveal the simplest truths about dieting. In Drop a dress size you’ll discover: Food accountancy made easy; How keeping a diary helps you lose weight; How to lose 10lbs without dieting; The power of using your imagination; THE top miracle-workers. By using the tips in Drop a dress size you can change your mindset and lifestyle, ultimately giving you the body you really want.
 

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Contents

Introduction
10
1 Why its hard to lose weight
13
2 A weighty issue
15
3 Food acountancy made simple
17
4 Setting goals
19
5 Get the write habit
21
6 Takeaway tips
24
7 Fat friends and foes
26
27 Beat the bloat
70
28 Get bikini fit
72
29 Cellulite busting
74
30 Boost your bust
77
31 Points on posture
79
32 Sex up your legs
81
33 Creating curves
84
34 Chill out and lose weight
86

8 Why size matters
28
9 Body image
31
10 Can beauty products help you slim?
33
11 Snooze and lose
36
12 Suck it out
38
13 Makeover your trolley
40
14 Its my allergy
42
15 Diet doctor
44
16 Time for tea
46
17 Couldnt I just pop a pill?
48
18 Spot reduction
51
19 Confidence tricks
53
20 Water works
55
21 Lose pounds without trying
57
22 Look great in photos
59
23 Move that body
61
24 Lose 10 lbs without dieting
64
25 Why walking works wonders
66
26 Get more energy without more sleep
68
35 Ready for a detox?
88
36 Out there and doing it
90
37 Have a heart rate monitor
92
38 Gotta run
94
39 Gym bunny
96
40 Stretching the point
99
41 The Hoover workout
101
42 Take a walk on the wild side
103
43 Instant miracleworkers
105
44 Get on yer bike
108
45 Yoga
110
46 Team spirit
112
47 Home spa
114
48 Use your imagination
116
49 Its all about You
118
50 Scoop
120
51 Post Office Pilates
122
52 Stuck on those last 7 lb?
124
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Eve Cameron has been a journalist for over 20 years and is the former editor of Zest and She magazines. She is now a freelance editor and writer. Her special interests have always been health, fitness, beauty and chocolate.

Kate Cook is a nutritional therapist and Director of The Nutrition Coach. She trained at the Institute for Optimum Nutrition, founded by Patrick Holford. She is also an accredited life coach. Kate's sucessful approach is to make healthy living fun and achievable, by breaking it down into small stages.

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