Fit From Within : 101 Simple Secrets to Change Your Body and Your Life - Starting Today and Lasting Forever: 101 Simple Secrets to Change Your Body and Your Life - Starting Today and Lasting Forever

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McGraw Hill Professional, Apr 17, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 288 pages
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"This is the book that everyone plagued with extra pounds has been waiting for."--Richard Carlson, author of Don't Sweat the Small Stuff

"Fit from Within will provide you with everything you need to know to start living fully and stop dieting. What a relief!" --Christiane Northrup, M.D., author of Women's Bodies, Women's Wisdom

"Fit from Within is a down-to-earth, nononsense guide to nutrition, weight management, and health. Forget the hype and use what works, with Victoria Moran as your guide."--Larry Dossey, M.D., author of Healing Beyond the Body, Reinventing Medicine, and Healing Words

With more than 50 percent of Americans overweight, it's clear that the secret to ending the struggle with food, weight, and body image isn't in the latest diet or fad. Through personal experience, Victoria Moran has found that maintaining weight loss is more about honesty and courage than counting carbs. With Fit from Within, she presents a body-mind-spirit approach to losing weight, showing how to find self-acceptance and break the blame cycle that surrounds "forbidden foods." With compassion and humor, Moran will help readers stop watching their weight--and start living their lives.

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Contents

1 Accept Yourself Today
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2 Honor Who You Are
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3 Include a Spiritual Component
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Victoria Moran is the author of the bestselling Creating a Charmed Life and the weight-loss journal Body Confident. She lectures around the world on well being and practical spirituality and has maintained a sixty-pound weight loss for nearly two decades.

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