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Fitness Is Religion by Ray Kybartas - my husband SWEARS by this guys book and he's he fittest person I know. I don't like the second half because some of the carb/fat/protein percentages just don't work when you're this overweight (going by his formulas) but the ideas are there and its a great book to reinforce all the things you already know or should know.
"Success is going from failure to failure without losing your enthusiasm"
Diet Girl is amazing. Its a bunch of this girls blogs and she is amazing. There is a web site for here stuff too. (dietgirl.org)
i LOVED it!
"Pain is certain, suffering is optional"
Eating Healthy for Life - don't know who wrote it and it is an older book, but it contains some VERY good eating principles that are based around the major food groups. No gimmicks or fads...just simple food.
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Our Lady of Weight Loss by Janice Taylor
Fit and Fabulous in 15 Minutes
by Theresa Tapp
You Can Lose Up To 2 sizes in 4 weeks with the T-Tapp Workout
Debra Sue (Houston, TX)
I was just wondering if any of you have any recommendations for a good self-help (weightloss related) book.
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