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KELLYFIT123 Posts: 1,312
12/2/13 10:56 A

You might really like Disease Proof: The Remarkable Truth About What Makes Us Well by Dr. David Katz and Stacey Colino. They talk about "skill power" in addition to "willpower" in making a lifestyle change. Here's the review I wrote on my blog: www.sparkpeople.com/mypage_public_journal_
individual.asp?blog_id=5513106


GRACE1054 Posts: 605
12/2/13 9:31 A

Have you read "The Spark"? It is more than a nutrition or weight loss book. It is a lifestyle book that crosses over to all areas of your life.

SUNSHINE6442 Posts: 2,152
12/2/13 9:21 A

How about "Ultra Metabolism" by Mark Hyman, M.D., it is very informative and one of my favorites. Otherwise possibly search out a good nutrition book...see link

www.todays-women-and-health.com/10-nutriti
on-books.html


OZZY1231 SparkPoints: (0)
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Posts: 36
12/2/13 12:20 A

I have several that I refer to often.
but reasonable price I would go for the download ebooks
very reasonable

KATETHEGREAT92 Posts: 23
12/1/13 11:42 P

Here are the requirements:

1. Not looking for a book aimed at temporary weight loss, just overall health
2. Must have reasonable recommendations for a college student
3. Preferably an interesting read
4. Is clear and directive, easy to understand and to follow if you are willing to commit
5. Allows for variance, I can't stand eating the same thing every day

If you have read/know of something like this, please let me know! I'm looking for one book that I can read again and again for inspiration and information. The one that really helps me to see how eating healthy is totally possible. Thank you!

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