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Top 5 Diet Books

Skinny Bitch

This book is a no-holds bar book as it speaks the truth about dieting. Rory Freedman and Kim Barnoun give advice on how to lose weight and eat healthy. The book takes a Vegan-approach to the diet, which promotes substitutes for animals. The book gained wide popularity in 2007 and remains the same today.

Flat Belly Diet Book

Released in 2008, this book includes tips on how to trim the waistline without performing crunches. This book helps to slim the waistline in just 32 days! Experts in Nutrition, Liz Vaccarrello (Editor-in-Chief of Prevention Magazine) and Cynthia Sass (Nutrition Director for Prevention Magazine) give tips to lose weight for people who are on-the-go.

The G-Free Diet

The View co-host Elizabeth Hasselbeck introduces a new way to diet, Gluten-free. She includes tips and advice on how to eliminate Gluten, which is contained in Barley, Oats, Wheat, and Rye. In the book, Hasselbeck offers recipes, gives tips on creating Gluten-free shopping lists, and provides recommendations for Gluten-free food and beauty products.

Best Life



Oprah Winfrey’s personal coach, Bob Greene, discusses tips on how to change eating lifestyles on a daily basis. The book includes easy-to-follow meal plans to meet daily energy and nutrient requirements. The book also includes recipes for dinners and desserts.

Weight Watchers: Weight Loss That Lasts

This 256-paged book devotes 10 chapters to exploring the most popular weight-loss myths. Each chapter includes various myths, the truths behind the myths, and valid research to determine the truths behind the myths. This book is recommended for those wanting to see if certain facts about weight-loss are true.

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