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Raw Food Revolution Diet Review

A raw vegan diet has been shown to improve a person’s metabolism, and balance his or her body weight. Raw Food Revolution Diet features raw food recipes as well as tips on how to “go raw” while making sure you get the nutrients your body needs.

Raw Food Revolution Diet is written by a star-studded cast: Raw Food Chef Cherie Soria, Brenda Davis, RD, and Vesanto Melina, MS, RD.

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The U.S. Navy SEAL Guide to Fitness and Nutrition Review

If you want to eat and train the same way the elite do, The U.S. Navy SEAL Guide to Fitness may be where you want to begin. This guide was written by navy doctors who worked directly for the SEALS and provides all of the in depth information you will need to create your own fitness regimen modeled after a SEAL’s workout.

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Jamie at Home Review: Cook Your Way to the Good Life

I am sort of in love with Jamie Oliver, so I find it easy to do what he tells me. If he lived in my house, I’d be a size four, for sure. And I’m obviously not the only one who likes him. He is a world-renowned chef who has hosted numerous cooking shows, including The Naked Chef. (I was very disappointed when I learned that it was the food that was stripped down to its bare essentials.) He has also written seven cookbooks, including this one.

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Freeing Yourself From Emotional Hunger: The Zen of Eating Review

If you are interested in knowing why you are the way you are when it comes to eating behavior, then The Zen of Eating is for you.

Many people are just tired of the weight loss hype. They’ve tried all of the highly-marketed diets and failed, or they’ve succeeded in losing weight because they spend half their lives at the gym, yet they are still miserable.

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The Complete Idiot's Guide to Eating Raw Review

More and more people are turning to a raw food diet to achieve their weight loss goals. The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Eating Raw leads readers through the secrets, tricks and tips of raw food weight loss.

If you are skeptical about the benefits of raw food diet, you may want to know what research says about it.

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Winning by Losing Book Review - Jillian Michaels

This is the first book of the world renowned fitness guru Jillian Michaels. With Winning by Losing you don’t need to be a contestant on NBC’s The Biggest Loser to achieve your weight loss dream. A personal trainer and life coach, Jillian Michaels, helps you reach your fitness potential.

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Making the Cut Review - Jillian Michaels

Some of us love her. Some of us hate her. Some of us love to hate her. But she’s become the poster child of tough love weight loss. Propelled to stardom by The Biggest Loser, Jillian Michaels is now one of the most recognizable faces on television. And she’s not even an actress. She’s a fitness trainer.

Jillian Michaels takes it personally. At 12 years old, she weighed 175 pounds. Then her mother enrolled her in a martial arts class, and everything changed. As she got herself into shape, she vowed to help others transform their bodies too.

Making The Cut Diet - How Does it Work?

Making the Cut targets people who are relatively fit and have 20 or less pounds to lose. The book was published in 2008 and is her second weight loss book, a follow-up to her fan-favored debut, Winning by Losing.

Jillian writes:

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The Spark by Chris Downie: Lose Weight, Get Fit, Transform your Life in 28 Days

Over the years, SparkPeople.com has proven to be a very successful online community comprising of weight-watchers. It always helps to have other people in the same boat as you, aiming to reach the same goals. There is strength in unity, as the saying goes.

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The 300 Calorie Cookbook Review: How to Make 300 Calorie Meals, Betty Crocker

It never hurts to eat healthy and now, the lower fat meals you create can still taste just as delicious as those full-fat ones you are used to making.

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“The End of Overeating” Review: Why Do We Eat Even When Not Hungry

The book was published in 2009, and has already found its way onto many a dieter’s shelves. David Kessler, a medical doctor and author, uses science to ease our consciences a little bit. He explains in great detail, that we Americans have been conditioned to overeat by a selfish industry, that it is not a character flaw of overweight people. He examines giant restaurant chains, massive food distributors, and the advertising industry.

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