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Brian V. Menard MCSE, MCP+I Windows NT4.0
Author of "The Test Slayer's Handbook"
and "Learning How To Eat (Again)"


This book is specifically designed to be easy to read, understand and to implement. Results are typically seen in less than a week. You "can" take control of your weight again!
 - The Author

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Losing weight doesn't need to be difficult. By following the simple method outlined in this book, you can learn to easily take control of your weight. Most people have experienced initial weight loss of 3-8 lbs during their first week of following this method.  Long term results are typically approximately 1-3 lbs. per week. Note; everyone is different and results may vary.

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Dear Reader,
I am a New England author living in central Massachusetts with my eight children who are now young adults and have lives of their own. I have one son who has special needs (Down's syndrome), and I have chosen to leave my career in the computer industry to take care of him at home full-time. I am a widower, having lost my wife to cancer back in 1997. My wife, Elsie, was a proofreader with a large publishing firm, and I could sure use her skills these days! But I do the best I can. I have a background in many areas. I've been a very successful real-estate entrepreneur, a teacher, a soldier, a high-level computer systems engineer (MCSE), and most importantly, a dad. My life has afforded me the opportunities to pursue virtually all of my interests, so I have now decided that it seemed appropriate to share some of those experiences with you, my readers.

In the very early 1990s, I experienced a serious problem with weight control. I was always heavily into regular exercise, but it wasn't preventing the sudden gain. My weight had increased to almost 100 pounds above my ideal level and was climbing rapidly. It was at this point that I tried and failed using virtually every diet plan that seemed reasonable. This was when I chose to begin my own research, as any engineer would, and discovered the plan which I shared in my book: Learning How To Eat (Again). As a result of this new plan, I lost over 85 pounds in well under a year, and I have had no problem maintaining my weight ever since.

My second book, The Test Slayer's Handbook, was written by popular demand. Many of my friends and business associates wanted me to share my secrets to passing so many high-level certifications so easily. This book was so much fun, it practically wrote itself. I hope you enjoy it. So thank you for taking the time to check out my Amazon page, and I hope you enjoy my books!

Brian V. Menard's Links
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Jason Matthews on June 5, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Jessica on June 15, 2011
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I really enjoyed this book. I found it to be a really easy and quick read. Once I got started reading I finished it in a matter of a couple hours and then began on my new adventure. The book is full of helpful charts that you can fill in as you go or tear out to look at later, which all keep you on the right track. I found the plan to be simple and easy to follow, and it really works. All I had to do was limit the amount of fat that I consumed and, like magic, the weight just melted off. I found that, in the beginning, I lost up to a pound a day, and it felt great knowing that I was doing it in a healthy way. I know you will enjoy this plan as much as I have.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Ruth Mancini (Author of Swimming Upstream) on June 8, 2013
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This book is great. It makes the most sense of any diet plan I've come across. There's no faddy eating or cutting out carbs or other fuels our bodies need to function properly - and no starving yourself either. Instead of being taught how to teach your body to go hungry, Brian Menard teaches you how to spot the foods that will make you fat and to find alternative but fulfilling ways to keep yourself full - for life! It's not rocket science. It's about cutting out fat. And we already know fat makes us fat, right? But I can honestly say that I had never properly considered how much fat I was eating or how to cut it down and still stay full until I read this book. I am not someone who is very overweight but like most of us I could stand to lose a few pounds. I've been on this diet plan for just a week and I've lost those few pounds already with very little effort. And you don't have to stop drinking wine. Yay!!
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I bought "Learning to Eat (Again)" loved the cover. In our current world of complexities we overlook the obvious, reduce our fat intake, reduce fat in our bodies, lose weight. This is just to simple to be true, right? (Wrong)!
Lose wieight, regain health, feel better, feel more energized, look better, just feel good about ourselves and our appearance.
Sometimes things that are to simple to be true really are true, this is one of those times. I have been trying to lose these several pounds for the last 30 years and poof it"s gone in less than two(2) weeks - would you believe? Eat pretty much whatever I want, whenever I want, and never be hungry, what do I have to do? - Just do not skip any meals and eliminate or reduce high fat foods or substitute to reduced or no fat foods.
This sums it up, why would anyone not take advantage of this diet? The only reason that I can come up with is that there are just some people that want to be overweight or are unaware of how easy it is to lose that excess weight.
Buy this book, prove it for yourself then write a review on your experience - do the whole World a favor. Thanks to all who do this as I look forward to seeing that others have achieved the same results as I and are passing it on to all those that would read these reviews.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Terry W. Sprouse on May 24, 2012
Format: Paperback
"Learning How to Eat (Again)" is an extraordinarily useful book for three reasons:

1.) It tackles a serious and seemingly overwhelming problem,
2.) It offers a genuinely useful solution, and
3.) The author writes with a style that makes it an extremely enjoyable experience to read.

Who can deny that the game is fixed against us in our efforts to keep excess weight off our bodies? The author identifies who the enemy is: fast food restaurants, television advertising, the hedonistic nature of our society, and prepackaged foods that are mislabeled to convince the consumer that they are "healthy" products.

What really makes this book indispensable is that the author researched how best to eat well in order to maintain a healthy weight, and then he tested his conclusion on himself. The remarkable discoveries that he made during this process are what he shares with us in the body of the book.

I highly recommend this book to anyone who would like to lose weight in a safe and dependable way, or for people who merely wish to improve their eating habits.

If, as Benjamin Franklin said, "An investment in knowledge pays the best interest," then "Learning How to Eat (Again)" returns a high rate of interest.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Susan Aylworth on January 9, 2013
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I read this book at the same time my son introduced me to THE CHINA STUDY. Since January 2 I've been on a strictly vegan, whole foods, plant-based diet and watching my DFI (a term from Brian Menard's book). I'm not only losing a pound a day, which I very much need to lose, but I'm already feeling stronger and healthier. I recommend LEARNING HOW TO EAT (AGAIN) very highly.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By WorkingMommy on June 9, 2013
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I just came across Learning How To Eat Again. It is a book for reader who want to lose weight just like me. I am a working mom and I am always looking for new and easy ways how to lose weight. This is finally a method that I will enjoy because the author writes from the own personal experience about how he lost weight himself in a very unviolent and healthy way. I am a working mom of twin boys (6 year old) and a little girl and I have gained weight over the past few years and this books is helping me get the knowledge to make healthier food choices. I am really thankful for this book because the info is top notch!
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