Best diet books of all time
In this short read, “Diabolically Delicious” Angela Johnson shares her struggle with using food for comfort. She shares her journey to recognizing her vulnerability and the steps she took to gain control over the one thing that she relied on in times of strife. Angela encourages you to reflect, recognize and gain control over the struggles you face and gives you the path in which to travel in your journey to letting go.
More free books 90 Days to a New You : The Angela Jordan System – Angela Jordan
90 Days to a New You is easy to read, easy to apply to your lifestyle right now and is definitely going to change your relationship with food. Successful weight loss and a healthy lifestyle - what more could you ask for! You deserve it!
Author: Angela Jordan
Pages: 232 pages
Size: 21.48 Mb Go Figure!!! : Getting in Shape and Getting Healthy Nutritionally, Physically, and Emotionally – Monica Broadfoot Johnson M Ed
FINALLY, a weight control book with some fun in it!! Weight control has never been so simple. "Go Figure!!!! Getting in Shape and Getting Healthy, Nutritionally, Physically and Emotionally" is both a humorous and informational approach to a new and wonderful technique for weight control. Easy and understandable reading.
Author: Monica Broadfoot Johnson M Ed
ISBN: […] Intuitive Eating : You Can Eat Whatever You Want and Look Wonderful! Here Is How… – Becky Belluchi
Intuitive Eating: You Can Eat Whatever You Want and Look Wonderful! Here is how... This book, "Intuitive Eating: You can eat whatever you want and Look Wonderful! Here Is How..." is a practical guide on how to remain healthy when liberally eating the kind of food you want and at the time you want. The book shows you clearly that keeping healthy need not be […] I Survived Metastacised Melanoma Cancer! : Hope for Melanoma Sufferers – Frank E Burdett
I know the importance of the individual experience of metastacised melanoma cancer, because it is a very special journey. People are prone to forget, such as when one forgets they have a finger, until they hit it; people also forget they have a life until it is very seriously threatened. The worst sentence in this world that a doctor can pronounce is, "I am sorry, but the medical […] Nutrient Availability : Chemical and Biochemical Aspects – Ian T. Johnson
This book is based on the multi-disciplinary conference organized by the AFRC Institute of Food Research held at the University of East Anglia in August 1988. Nearly 300 scientists from 50 countries attended. The book contains invited plenary lectures, short oral presentations and posters.
Author: Ian T. Johnson
Pages: 400 pages
Size: 22.99 Mb Dying to Be Thin : A Journey Through Weight-Loss Surgery – Stephanie French
Exposes the dangers of gastric-bypass surgery, including health risks and psychological impact
Author: Stephanie French
Pages: 66 pages
Size: 17.44 Mb Spartan Chef – Fakeaway Cookbook : Spartan Chef – Fakeaway Cookbook – Kellie Blondel
The Spartan Chef Series will be your go to guides over your weight management journey. We have taken away all the guess work, so you know that you can enjoy delicious, healthy foods without having to worry about what is in them. Enjoy.
Author: Kellie Blondel
Pages: 118 pages
Size: 13.28 Mb The End of Food : How the Food Industry is Destroying Our Food Supply–And What We Can Do About It – Thomas F. Pawlick
Maintains that the current method of food production in the United States is geared toward profit rather than nutrition, leading to an increase in toxic contaminants, and explains how individuals can take control of their own food supply.
Author: Thomas F. Pawlick
Pages: 288 pages
Size: 13.60 Mb
Best diet books of all time