The Do-able Diet

I lost half my body weight without giving up the foods I love. Now you can too!

Barbara Wimhurst
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Tells how an ordinary young Australian woman single-handedly transformed herself from a 'fat chick' into a 'hot chick' by developing an astonishingly simple weight-loss plan.

A couple of years ago I weighed 97 kilos and was a size 22. I have now lost 45kg and eight dress sizes while still eating at least six times a day, having dessert every night and only doing moderate exercise a few times a week.

I am not a doctor or a dietician, just a young Mum who didn't have the time, money or patience to try yet another fad diet that didn't work. Instead, I found a way to lose weight without giving up sweets, attending embarrassing public weigh-ins or joining an expensive gym. I continued to do all my food shopping at the supermarket and I didn't waste precious money on unidentifiable meal replacements or dangerous drugs.

This book does not contain a new miracle cure, just loads of practical, easy to follow advice. This is really the most Do-able Diet you'll ever find.

Author bio:

Barbara Wimhurst is the mother of two young children. She's not a doctor or a dietician; she's just an ordinary woman who battled with her weight all her life. At school she was known as FAB ('Fat Arse Barbara'), and these three words that were once her torture, have become her main motivation. She's still known as FAB, but now it stands for 'Fabulous And Beautiful!'

Category: Health & Fitness
ISBN: 9781741147759
Table Of Contents: Welcome


Chapter 1 Free at last

Chapter 2 Trial and error

Chapter 3 Desperate measures

Chapter 4 Fed up


Chapter 5 The secret revealed

Chapter 6 Dieting danger zones

Chapter 7 The social dieter

Chapter 8 Sweating it out


Chapter 9 Keeping up appearances

Chapter 10 Thinking thin

Chapter 11 It's a wrap!


Recipe for success A few easy recipes and seven day sample menu

Do-able tips and tricks At a glance

Kilojoule Comparison A quick guide to the kilojoule value of some common foods
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
Imprint: Allen & Unwin
Pub Date: May 2006
Page Extent: 180
Format: Paperback - B format
Age: 0 - 0
Subject: Fitness & diet

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