The Seattle Sutton Solution: No Gimmicks

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Amicus Creative, 2004 - Health & Fitness - 231 pages
The most helpful -- and unusual -- diet book you will ever read. One hundred years of nutritional science and seventy-two years of a remarkable woman's extraordinary common sense combine to make available the right way to eat, the right way to lose weight, the right way to live a happier life. Here is the proven antidote to the dangerous fallacies of the low-carb diet craze. Lose weight while eating healthy meals? No gimmicks? What a concept! Yes, this is an unusual diet book because it's also a love story, history tale, autobiography of a wonderful life, and primer on marriage, parenting, medicine, nutrition, business, leadership, happiness, fair play, free choice, and the continuing efficacy of small town values. This is a book that proves honest people can operate their companies in honest ways. It is a "must read" for entrepreneurs, CEOs, and business students. Most of all, at its core, this is a book about practical spirituality, demonstrating the power of love in the physical universe.

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Contents

Section 1
58
Section 2
63
Section 3
65
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About the author (2004)

Seattle Sutton, R.N., B.S.N.--registered nurse, turned entrepreneur. She's the President and Founder of Seattle Sutton's Healthy Eating, the revolutionary meal program that has swept the Chicago metropolitan area and captured national attention. Seattle Sutton was born in Gackle, North Dakota and is a graduate of Jamestown College in Jamestown, North Dakota. She settled in Marseilles, Illinois, located about 70 miles southwest of Chicago. Her husband, the town physician, and Seattle, a registered nurse, provided nutritional information to patients who needed to lose weight or address health reasons. Ms. Sutton began designing healthy menus for patients.

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