My Big Fat Greek Diet: How a 467-Pound Physician Hit His Ideal Weight and How You Can Too

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Thomas Nelson, Jun 18, 2006 - Health & Fitness - 320 pages
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In My Big Fat Greek Diet, Dr. Nick Yphantides teaches readers the powerful 7 Pillars of Weight Loss, which features medically safe, practical how-tos anyone can apply, whether they need to lose 10 or 300 pounds. Analyzing components of a variety of diets, Dr. Nick assists readers in customizing a weight-loss program to their specific needs and lifestyles.

Topping out at 467 pounds, Dr. Nick was known in San Diego as a big
man with a big heart. When a battle with cancer inspired him to focus on his own health, he embarked on a lifestyle change that would drop him to a svelte 200 pounds. His book, now in trade paper, will inspire and equip readers to design a program that allows them to experience their own weight-loss miracle!


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User Review  - phalaborwa - LibraryThing

Inspiring - so much so that it served as part of the impetus for my husband to lose almost 100 pounds since November 06. The liquid diet recommended is available to purchase online at a wide range of prices, so shop around for the best deal on the HMR shakes. Read full review

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User Review  - Boudewyns - LibraryThing

Interestng and inspiring personal story; but the practical advice seems trite to me. I'd rather hear more about the liquid protein diet he followed than his advice that a dieter needs support groups. Read full review


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Mike Yorkey is the author, co-author, editor, or collaborator of one hundred books. He has written for The Los Angeles Times travel section, Skiing, Tennis Week, World Tennis, City Sports, and Racquet. He lives in Encinitas, California.

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