Fit for Life

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Grand Central Publishing, Feb 1, 1987 - Health & Fitness - 352 pages
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Nutrition specialists Harvey and Marilyn Diamond prove that it's not only what we eat, but also when and how that keep us trim and healthy. America's #1 health and diet book.

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User Review  - justmeRosalie - LibraryThing

Half of this book is filled with recipes that are tasty and easy to make, contributed by Marilyn Diamond. The other half is written by Harvey Diamond, who has found a sure way to stay healthy and slim ... Read full review

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"Fit For Life" is the only eating plan that has ever worked for me! I had purchased an earlier-published edition and even though I didn't always have the fresh fruits and vegetables recommended, I ... Read full review

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About the author (1987)

Harvey Diamond is the world-renowned coauthor of the #1 New York Times best-seller, Fit for Life, which held that position for an unprecedented forty straight weeks and has sold over 12 million copies worldwide. Mr. Diamond has dedicated thirty-plus years of his life to the development of a truly healthy lifestyle. In pursuit of that goal, he overcame a debilitating, longtime digestive disorder, ended his migraine headaches, lost over fifty pounds, and in a stunning validation of his methods, triumphed over a condition called peripheral neuropathy (brought about by Agent Orange poisoning while serving his country in Vietnam). His energy, charisma and relaxed, conversational style have made him a sought-after guest expert on countless radio and television shows, including: Oprah, Geraldo, Nightline, Larry King Live, Live with Regis, The Today Show, and many others.

Diamond is a Phi Beta Kappa, Magna Cum Laude graduate of New York University. She has certification in nutritional counseling from the American College of Health Science.

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