Best diet books of all time
An internist offers a new approach to weight loss that treats overweight people as normal people with a biochemical disorder and offers a combination of two safe drugs that act on the brain’s appetite control center to produce permanent weight loss. 60,000 first printing.
More free books Live Your Way Thin : How to Make Weight Loss Inevitable – Stavros Mastrogiannis
'Live Your Way Thin' is more than just another weight loss book. It is a unique and effective solution to the weight loss problem. This program has had renowned success at Olympus Personal Training & Weight Management Center, where it has been in use for over nine years. More and more people have been losing weight with 'Live Your Way Thin' program and this is the first time it has […] A Series of Lessons in Raja Yoga – Yogi Ramacharaka
When the soul sees itself as a Center surrounded by its circumference--when the Sun knows that it is a Sun, surrounded by its whirling planets-then is it ready for the Wisdom and Power of the Masters.
Author: Yogi Ramacharaka
Pages: 192 pages
Size: 18.92 Mb The Dieter’s Dilemma : The Setpoint Theory of Weight Control – William Bennett
Explores the American obsession with obesity and dieting, asserting that dieting cannot reduce weight permanently and that for some people, moderate fatness is both comfortable and inevitable
Author: William Bennett
Pages: 336 pages
Size: 16.16 Mb Mollen A. & Sachs J. : Dr. Mollen’S Anti-Aging Diet(Hbk) – Art Mollen
A health expert offers a new program for weight loss and longevity, presenting a diet that protects the kidneys, digestive, and skeletal systems from the ravages of excessive protein consumption and offers three weeks of menu plans. 100,000 first printing. National ad/promo.
Author: Art Mollen
Pages: 320 pages
Size: 26.79 Mb Act Thin, Stay Thin : New Ways to Lose Weight and Keep It Off – Richard B Stuart
The psychological director for Weight Watchers International presents a program that helps dieters manage self-defeating urges to eat as well as learn what to eat
Author: Richard B Stuart
Pages: 266 pages
Size: 27.13 Mb The Hippopotamus Within : The Hippopotamus Diet – Allen Ekstrom
The "Hippopotamus Within" is a true story about the Author and his successful weight loss journey. He identifies and battles a dysfunctional, controlling, (imaginary) "Hippopotamus" living within him. In the end, 70 pounds is lost and kept off. Everyone has a "Hippopotamus Within" and you can learn to control yours and lose weight. This lighthearted account will teach you how to […] 77 Habits to Cure Your Mid-Life Weight Gain – Beran Parry
Identify and Recognise Your Own Eating Behaviours Gain insights into why you failed in the past and why this time, things are going to be different Eating well and taking control of persistent weight issues can be a tough challenge for anyone who really wants to enjoy life to the full and still get into the best possible shape. The reasons behind many eating disorders have often been […] The Dental Diet : The Surprising Link between Your Teeth, Real Food, and Life-Changing Natural Health – Steven Lin
Teeth are often considered the marker of health, attractiveness, success, and even happiness. Yet our approach to dental care has been fearful, costly, and segregated from other parts of the body. We've long known that oral health echoes our overall well-being. But what if we were to flip the paradigm? What if we thought about dental health as the foundation for our physical health? […]
Best diet books of all time