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Making Weight Control Second Nature: Living Thin Naturally Paperback – July 7, 2009
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"Being thin and healthy, eating what you like yet liking yourself, and controlling your weight without fixating on it for the rest of your life are not about natural gifts, but about the gift of knowing how. That's a gift you can give yourself--by reading this book." --David Katz, Director, Prevention Research Center, Yale University School of Medicine
With a mixture of good sense, a sense of humor, stories from her personal struggle with weight control, and the insights from a bevy of health professionals (including myself), Susan offers up a winning recipe for successful weight control.
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However, this self-described "expert" believes we should reduce our intake of ALL fats. And animal fats also contain cholesterol which this author presents as the evil twin of healthy eating.
There is incontrovertible evidence to the very opposite and many healthy populations that have high fat diets, in other countries, prove this.
Mary Enig and Sally Fallon write prolifically on this subject. Start here-
Not the worst book I've ever read but seriously flawed, nonetheless.
The phony 5 star reviews should embarrass this author but probably don't.