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I have a copy of Jean Nidetch's (the founder of Weight Watchers) memoir written in 1970. In the 60's using mineral oil (practically liquid vaseline) as a salad dressing base was considered a good calorie saving ploy. Ugh!!!
A book I do consider to be inspiring is "Younger Next Year" by Chris Crowley and Henry Lodge, MD. Especially for oldsters.
With good nutrition and plenty of exercise we can all be incredibly vibrant well into old age.
WHAT BOOKS DO YOU HAVE THAT ARE A VALUABLE TOOL IN YOUR WEIGHT LOSS?SPARKPEOPLE BOOK DOESN'T COUNT!! MINE IS "THE COMPLETE BOOK OF FOOD COUNTS, 8TH EDITION" BY CORINNE NETZER...INEXPENSIVE PAPERBACK AVAILABLE ON AMAZON.COM. IT HAS EVERYTHING AND MAKES TRACKING FOOD SO MUCH EASIER.
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