The Straight Scoop about Dieting: Learn the Truths about Weight-loss Diets So You Can Stop Feeling Uilty and Start Losing Weight
Shares the author's personal experience during twenty-five years of dieting and the results of her extensive research to determine why more than 95% of dieters gain back any lost weight--often overshooting where they started. Readers will find this book clears up the confusion delivered by the weight-loss industry, helps them stop feeling guilty and ashamed by past dieting failures, and opens their mind to a non-dieting approach to weight loss that actually works.
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