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Weight Watchers Weight Loss That Lasts
Weight Watchers Weight Loss That Lasts
Break through the 10 big diet myths!
"In Weight Loss That Lasts, James M. Rippe and Weight Watchers show common sense and good science in a field characterized by chaos and confusion. They expose a series of 10 myths pervasive in the weight-loss industry, revealing both the kernels of truth they contain and how they have been misinterpreted and distorted. This book is incisive and refreshing."
—Claude Bouchard, Ph.D., Executive Director of the Pennington Biomedical Research Center, Louisiana State University, and President of the International Association for the Study of Obesity
Believers Beware!
Discover how common myths may be holding you back from your weight-loss goals:
MYTH #1 You can't lose weight and keep it off
MYTH #2 A few extra pounds don't matter
MYTH #3 Willpower is the key to successful weight loss
MYTH #4 You can lose weight with exercise alone
MYTH #5 Calories don't matter-avoid fats or carbs to lose weight successfully
MYTH #6 You can't lose weight if you have the wrong metabolism or genes
MYTH #7 You can boost your metabolism by what, how, and when you eat
MYTH #8 It doesn't matter how you take the weight off; you can think about keeping it off later
MYTH #9 There is only one right approach to losing weight
MYTH #10 Your weight is your problem and you need to solve it on your own
In this book, renowned expert Dr. James M. Rippe and Weight Watchers give you the scientific knowledge you need to break through the myths, get off the dieting roller coaster, and shed those pounds for keeps.

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Losing Big
Losing Big
Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center and the Volusia Building Industry Association are offering a weight loss competition to Flagler and Volusia County residents to encourage the community to lose weight in a healthy way and win their share in more than $8,500 in cash prizes. Contestants receive 12-week access to area YMCAs, access to personal trainer, boot camps, weigh-ins, personalized nutritional support, before and after photos, body fat analysis and other wellness assessments.
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Access Living sidewalk ramp
Access Living is a disability-rights advocacy group in Chicago. Their new headquarters building is rated LEED-NC Gold and features advanced universal-design solutions to accommodate its staff and clients. An additional curb cut from the loading zone allows clients to roll out of vehicles parked curbside. The storm drain provides a high-contrast "stripe" visual cue guiding visually impaired people to the front door (see photo #4)

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The G.I. Diet Cookbook: More Than 100 Low Glycemic-Index Recipes for Healthy Weight Loss
Americans are gluttons for diet fads. The trouble is, trendy diets—no matter how effective in helping you lose weight—usually fail when it comes to keeping the weight off. And most impose so many restrictions that they make eating a grim duty.

The G.I. Diet Cookbook pursues a much more enjoyable strategy. Its 100-plus recipes, created by British food celebrity Antony Worrall Thompson, emphasize satisfaction, not deprivation. The glycemic index focuses on the benefits of low-G.I. foods from every category, including carbohydrates. Because they’re slow to digest, low-G.I. foods make you feel less hungry, allowing you to shed pounds effortlessly. And because the book’s dishes are so varied and delicious, maintaining weight loss is easier than ever before.

The G.I. diet is rooted in sound nutritional principles that have long been used by diabetics to control their weight and blood sugar. But Thompson’s culinary ingenuity—and his devotion to preparing food that’s as tasty as it is healthy—has transformed this formerly “medical” diet into one that everyone will find irresistible.

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