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Sports Nutrition Guidebook, Nancy Clark, MS, RD

The American Dietetic Association's Complete Food & Nutrition Guide by Roberta Larson Duyff

Dr. Jo's How to Stay Healthy & Fit on the Road by Joanne V. Lichten, PhD, RD

Dining Lean, How to Eat Healthy in Your Favorite Restaurants (without feeling deprived) by Joanne V. Lichten, PhD, RD

I Always Start My Diet on Mondays!, Janice Alpert, MA, LCPC

Changing for Good, James Prochaska, PhD, John Norcross, PhD, Carlos DiClemente, PhD

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This book is great for all athletes and fitness-minded people.  It gives general and specific nutrition tips for training and improving performance.  And, it contains quick and easy recipes.  Click to place your order

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Busy people find that eating out (or taking out) is the only way to eat. You can still take care of your health and enjoy your favorite restaurants by following Dr. Jo's advice in Dining Lean! Enjoy your meal. Click to place your order

If you travel frequently, you will also enjoy Dr. Jo's How to Stay Healthy & Fit on the Road. Order here. Visit Dr. Jo's web site.

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I Always Start My Diet on Mondays!, Janice Alpert, MA, LCPC

This book is a very personal story of how Janice overcame her own disordered eating and how she works to help others.

This book is geared to helping people overcome emotional overeating. Written from the point of view of a psychologist, Janice’s book will show you how to deal with your emotions directly, instead of using food as a tool for self-comfort.

At the end of the book is a chapter on healthy eating, authored by Marla Heller.

 

Changing for Good, James Prochaska, PhD, John Norcross, PhD, Carlos DiClemente, PhD

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This book details strategies for change, that are appropriate for your readiness for change. It shows you how to move from precontemplation to contemplation to action and maintenance. It is appropriate for changing eating behaviors, starting an exercise program, or changing other problem behavior.

 

 

 

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