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Food & You: A Woman's Guide

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A book that demystifies every aspect of women's emotional, physical, and social relationship to food.For many of us, maintaining a healthy weight is a constant struggle.

This groundbreaking book offers new insight into the powerful and often destructive relationship between women and food. It is filled with valuable information such as the top ten comfort foods for women an
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Paperback, 488 pages
Published June 1st 1998 by Rodale Press
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Feb 09, 2009 Evie rated it liked it
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I've been blasting through this book since I picked it up. I've never been taught how to cook or eat (other than the obvious advice about getting your fruit and veggies), so this has been very insightful for me. I've learned a lot about general good nutrition, including what everyday things to avoid and healthy snack alternatives. Some of the information I take with a grain of salt (the book is by the editors of 'Prevention' magazine, a health tabloid), but overall this has been very helpful for ...more
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