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MealLeaniYumm!: All That’s Missing is the Fat!

Learn how to convert old favorites into low-fat de-lites. Ideal for health-concious cooks, or for those who couldn’t care less but just love good food! Tasting is believing – Cajun Chicken, Honey Garlic Meatballs, Sesame Salmon, No-Fry Potato Latkas. Don’t be surprised if even your children ask for second helpings.

Healing Syndrome O: A Strategic Guide to Fertility, Polycystic Ovaries, and Insulin Imbalance

Understanding and overcoming the leading undiagnosed cause of infertility, miscarriage, menstrual problems, obesity, and hormonal disruption.

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Written in a compassionate, inspirational, and motivational style, Healing Syndrome O discusses the causes and complications of this condition and provides a targeted plan to help women balance and repair their overall health, overcome symptoms, and, especially, restore their fertility.

200 Healthy Recipes In 30 Minutes Or Less

Tired of juggling healthy cooking with the time crunch in today’s busy schedules? Ready to make something spectacular out of those dusty foodstuffs in your pantry? If so, then Robyn Webb’s 200 Healthy Recipes in 30 Minutes or Less! is the cookbook for you.

2Do Before I Die : The Do-It-Yourself Guide to the Rest of Your Life

A fresh, hip, visually rich guide to making the ultimate list of things to do, 2DO BEFORE I DIE features over 60 eye-opening true stories of people who’ve changed their lives significantly in small ways (by learning to swim, growing a beard, working with the homeless) or who’ve taken great life-altering leaps (by starting a business, having a baby, traveling the world).

Complete Idiot’s Guide to Terrific Diabetic Meals (The Complete Idiot’s Guide)

From appetizers to desserts and everything in-between, here are 300 easy-to- prepare recipes for diabetics that can be made from everyday household ingredients—and the entire family can enjoy. Food categories include Mexican, Italian, Pan-Asian, fish, poultry, lean beef and pork entrees; appetizers, snacks, side dishes, breads, and desserts; and fruits, vegetables, soups, salads, pastas, and breads.

Diabetes, A Guide to Living Well

Completely revised and updated to meet current ADA Clinical Practice Recommendations, this book offers patients three levels of commitment, letting them decide which level they can commit to in order to live healthier with diabetes.

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