Take It Off and Keep It Off

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McGraw Hill Professional, 1989 - Cooking - 167 pages
Tells how to change one's eating habits and attitudes toward food, argues that diets are only a temporary measure, and shares the experiences of successful dieters

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Introduction
1
I0 To Life
109
Your Action Plan
115
Copyright

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