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Keep them guessing . . . "Is she really 30?"
It's okay, really--30 is not the end of the world. Especially when you face your 30s determined to look and feel as good as you did in your 20s. Strong, Slim, and 30! is your guide to keeping your metabolism going at 20-something speed, heading off the effects of aging, and maintaining good health. With this book in your corner, you can fight off worrisome aging issues--from dull hair and skin to heart disease and osteoporosis--and thrive in the years to come.
Strong, Slim, and 30! offers an easy-to-follow program that will not only help you stay thin and gorgeous now, but will also help you lay the foundation for a lifetime of glowing health and fabulous vitality. You'll discover that your sexiest, most gorgeous, most exciting years are yet to come!
Live life to the fullest in your 30s when you discover
Weight gain. Wrinkles. Gray hair. Loss of energy. We all know what the big 3-0 means, right?
Don't be afraid of 30--with advice from Strong, Slim, and 30!, your healthiest, liveliest, and sexiest years are ahead of you! Created by nutrition expert Lisa Drayer and tailored to the specific needs of women your age, this program will help you negotiate your changing metabolism so you can lose weight (or avoid gaining it in the first place) and remain the picture of health into your 30s and beyond.
Strong, Slim, and 30! helps you make your 30s your best years ever with
Drayer tells you which foods will help you build lean muscle and strong bones, maintain your luxurious hair and dewy skin, boost your energy level, and fight disease. Her program is simple to follow with its delicious, easy-to-use meal plans; portion control guide; and tips for eating wisely when dining out--so you can still enjoy a cosmo with your girlfriends or a smoothie at the playground with your kids.
With Strong, Slim, and 30! on your side, you can throw turning-30 fears to the wind and look forward to a lifetime of physical fitness, emotional health, and gorgeous vitality.
Lisa Drayer, M.A., RD, is a registered dietician, educator, and media consultant. She has reported on health and nutrition issues for CNN, FOX, NBC, and ABC; has been featured in several national publications including the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and Elle; and writes a weight-loss column for Women's Health.
I thought this book was very insightful. It had a ton of useful information and I would high recommend it to anyone!Published on March 8, 2007 by Angie M. Gustafson
I found the information in the book okay...pretty mainstream. Knowing you have to cut calories to loose weight is known worldwide fact.... Read morePublished on February 22, 2007 by Karen Andrusco
I found this book informative and easy to read and follow. I told many of my friends about it.Published on January 23, 2007 by A. Robinowitz
Very practical and sound advice. Everything is in this book to better my life - it's now up to me! Thanks Lisa!Published on January 2, 2007 by The New Me