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4/5/07 1:07 A

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thanks!

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4/4/07 11:05 P

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I finished the book not long after I got it...there aren't a whole lot of tips other than don't be lazy and listen to your body...use the fuel that is good for you as opposed to fuel that will leave you tired and depressed. Cakes, sugars, fatty deserts, etc. are definite no foods, as they leave you empty and don't satisfy. A lot of times these calories don't end up being worth all that is spent.

But, in all honesty, it's a lot like spark. No foods are OFF-limits, rather in moderation. The "diet" part isn't really a diet at all...just an explanation of fruits and veggies being important and AVOIDANCE of white flour and sugar.

I liked it. I recommend it if you like reading easy diet books. It's by Dr. Oz's daughter, and a lot of what she has to say is similar to YOU: On a Diet. It's just a college-y version.

I'll look through specifics and maybe find a good challenge for busy bees!

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4/4/07 8:07 P

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maybe you can post some of the tips here for us to all try out together?

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3/12/07 4:34 P

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Sounds like an interesting book! I've never heard of it but I might check it out. Let us know what you find out.

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3/12/07 4:17 A

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I saw "Dorm Room Diet" at the store the other day. Let me know what you think about it! I borrowed "The College Student's Guide to Eating Well on Campus" from the library a few months ago, and I keep renewing it b/c I like a lot of the stuff in it. Have you checked that one out?

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3/11/07 9:33 P

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HELLO beautiful busy bees! Hope everyone had a fantastic weekend.

I got a new book today called The Dorm Room Diet. It's by Dr. Oz's daughter and I really like it. It has a lot of the same lifestyle change tips that Spark has, but sometimes it's nice to have it in book form, you know? I've read a bunch of it, but I'll let you all know if I recommend it or what.

Has anyone else seen it, read it, or heard about it?

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degree, extent, amount, magnitude, and dimension. Notice this list does not include happiness, self-esteem,
worthiness, lovability, deservingness, goodness or badness, beauty, body
image, fatness, distress, or sanity.

I am not afraid to make mistakes.
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