Win the Weight Game: Successful Strategies for Living Well

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Simon & Schuster, Jan 3, 2001 - Health & Fitness - 224 pages
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"I now realize that the first step toward taking control of my weight is knowledge and acceptance. With control and direction, I have found, you can succeed." -- Sarah, The Duchess of York You can change your life. Witness the transformation of Sarah, The Duchess of York, who is now in her fifth year as a spokesperson for Weight Watchers and is recognized as a role model and a survivor who has successfully battled her weight demons and won. In Win the Weight Game: Successful Strategies for Living Well, The Duchess and Weight Watchers explore the different emotional and biological stages of a woman's life and how the issues, situations, and behaviors that accompany each phase can affect both losing weight and maintaining that loss. Win the Weight Game features: How family members, particularly mothers, can affect your eating habitsWhat happens when the people closest to you are threatened by your weight loss efforts How the dynamics of work and home affect your emotions, as well as your weight How to take time for yourself when the world seems to be spinning out of control A four-week menu plan for optimum energy and weight loss Fifty brand-new recipes, all based on the popular 1򈭿 Success, Weight Loss Plan with POINTS? values included Gorgeous color photographs are the finishing touch to help make Win the Weight Game a book you'll use for years to come.

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About the author (2001)

Sarah, The Duchess Of York started her career in public relations at an art gallery and worked for a publisher before marrying Prince Andrew and becoming The Duchess of York in 1986. She is the mother of two daughters, Beatrice and Eugenie. The author of several children's books, history books, an autobiography, Dining with The Duchess, and Dieting with The Duchess, she travels extensively for Weight Watchers International. She lives with her daughters just outside London, England.

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