Weight loss through persistence: making science work for you

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New Harbinger, 1994 - Health & Fitness - 281 pages
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Successful weight control isn't simply the result of any practical diet plan or exercise program--it's tied to the fact that regardless of the method they choose, people who doggedly persist in pursuing their goal to slim down are more likely to achieve it. The key is to survive the phases one goes through when losing weight.

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Beginning the Battle
The Stages of Change
Healthy Eating Ideas

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Daniel S. Kirschenbaum, Ph.D., is a professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Northwestern University Medical School. He also currently directs the Center for Behavioral Medicine in Chicago. Kirschenbaum has consulted with corporations, including Weight Watchers, and his program is orsed by the American Council on Exercise.

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