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Trust builds as readers discover "Things They Never Told You;" like how puberty naturally increases a girls body fat, diet soda promotes weight gain, and carbohydrates arent all bad. No mention of ideal weight spoils the fun, here; rather, Wiatt and Schroeder utilize an age-appropriate BMI (Body Mass Index) to help judge whos truly overweight and who simply needs "a better body image reality check." Doodled stars and hearts further enliven the books chummy tone, but never upstage the important stuff: food portion guides; nutrients for healthy bodies; calorie requirements based on BMI ranges; low-fat cooking techniques and recipes; weekly menus and shopping strategies for weight loss; and discussions about how a teens emotions often drive her eating cycle. Q & A sections slip between meatier chapters, allowing tough issues like fasting, cravings, and eating disorders to be addressed with empathy and pragmatism. Surprisingly helpful are the restaurant and vending machine guidelines, featuring side-by-side substitution lists, titled "Eat This" and "Not That". Brimming with loving encouragement and the wisdom of gals who have been there, The Diet for Teenagers Only sends a clear message to girls: form good habits now.--Liane Thomas
I was so excited to receive this book and when I finally got it I didn't wait one second to read it.
I have made a special effort to make sure she has the things she needs to succeed at this eating plan, and I have made many of the recipes from the book.
This book teaches you to eat healthy for life and most importantly it helps you understand portion sizes.
The book was in good shape just as described. Came in on time. My teenage daughter loves it. Easy to understand and lots of great food suggestions.Published 9 months ago by Becky
I was so excited to receive this book and when I finally got it I didn't wait one second to read it. After an hour or so I was more than halfway done. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Justine
I recommend this book for teen girls. There are lots of common sense advise about eating healthy and maintaining healthy weight.Published 13 months ago by killer-Bee
I bought this book because I knew I needed help to get my eating habits on track, and also some help on exercising. Read morePublished 22 months ago by peppermint
Years back when I was in middle school I was constantly struggling with my weight. I had tried everything but it all failed until I found this book. Read morePublished on March 2, 2012 by Meg
I got this at my 15 year old daughter's request. It has helped her get her diet in balance in a healthy way and taught her what I couldn't (because I am mom and I don't know these... Read morePublished on September 12, 2011 by Klin
This book was pretty interesting and i liked the talk about how we should love our bodies. The only problem was that some of the information was off. Read morePublished on June 25, 2010 by eathealthy
My daughter researched a diet book and found this one. She immediately related to this and understood it and has been sticking to the diet. Read morePublished on February 16, 2010 by M. Farrell
Any teenager who wants to lose a couple pounds should get this book. It's completely teen-friendly--cutesy hearts, font, and vocabulary--NO scientific mumbo-jumbo! Read morePublished on November 7, 2009 by charlottesometimes