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Diets just don't work. Judy Halliday and Dr. Arthur have years worth of research to prove it and most Americans have personal testimonies that echo that same sad truth. But Halliday's extensive experience and study also prove that you can reach and maintain your ideal weight by simply listening to your body. If you have suffered from being overweight or have struggled with...more
Hardcover, 352 pages
Published December 30th 2002 by Thomas Nelson Publishers (first published December 1985)
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Victoria Bushaw-boichot
I already have the book and I followed off and on with the program. The first time I read her book I loved it. I followed everyday. I went from a size 12 to a size 5 in 1986. In 2009 when I got her book again I followed it and I went from a size 12 to a size 2. This book is even great for people that have eating disorders like Anorexia, Bulimia, and Binge eating disorders. This book will help those that have problems with weight to correct those problems. No, it is not a quick fix, but it beats...more
Amy Flink
I originally did the Weigh Down Workshop, was successful after a lot of trial and error, however, I soon realized that Gwen Shamblin's Weigh Down plan had veered of God's straight and narrow and she had followed after her own agenda, leaving me high and dry. Suddenly I remembered this Thin within thing a former WD coordinator had recommended so I ordered a copy of the book. I had lost 100 lbs on WD but had started gaining it back and was desperate. I thank God for Judy and Arthur Halliday. God's...more
M Is
The best thing about this book is that, it helped me re-wiring my thoughts by seeing food in a different light. Unlike any other diets i've tried before, this is the only book that has helped me to lose weight without making me going crazy thinking on what food i can eat next . As good as it is however, this book is certainly not for people who are looking for a quick approach
After going through the Weigh Down program a few times, I found this book to be a welcome balance on obedient eating and God's grace.
I have tried many avenues for retaining a healthy body and outlook in life. This is the one to settle on. You may begin the book with a dedication to becoming healthy and losing weight. You will end the book with so much more -- an inner change focused upon God and the hope He gives in transforming you into who He created you to be.
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