How to Quit Smoking Without Gaining Weight

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Gallery Books, Mar 30, 2004 - Health & Fitness - 224 pages
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Do you rely on smoking to keep your weight in check?
Are you afraid to quit smoking because you're worried about gaining weight?
Have you gained weight after quitting smoking...and gone back to smoking with hopes of losing the weight?

If you answered YES to any of these questions, it's time to learn
HOW TO QUIT SMOKING WITHOUT GAINING WEIGHT

Based on the American Lung Association's smoking cessation program, here is expert advice on how to quit smoking in a healthy way that allows you to kick the habit without ruining your waistline. This groundbreaking book will show you:
  • How quitting smoking can add years to your life
  • Why vegetables and fruits are the most important foods to eat while you're quitting
  • How to add more physical activity to your day
  • Which foods to turn to during a nicotine craving
  • How to stay motivated, even during tough times

...and dozens of other strategies that can help you to work with your cravings -- instead of against them -- to attain a healthy and fit smoke-free life.
Includes meal plan suggestions, recipes, and snack ideas!

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Contents

Smoking and Managing Your Weight 1
21
The First 2 to 3 Weeks
55
Preparing for and Getting Through Your Quit Day
77
Managing Your Weight Through Physical Activity
93
Making Healthy Eating Choices
111
Three Weeks to Six Months After Quitting
133
The Healthy New You
159
Sample Menus and Recipes for Healthy Eating
181
Index
207
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About the author (2004)

Fisher is Professor of Psychology, Medicine, and Pediatrics and Director of the Division of Health Behavior and Research at Washington University School of Medicine.

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