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by Charles Roy Schroeder

  • Author: Charles Roy Schroeder
  • ISBN: 1565610008
  • ISBN13: 978-1565610002
  • ePub: 1444 kb | FB2: 1125 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Diets & Weight Loss
  • Publisher: Chronimed Pub (May 1, 1992)
  • Pages: 319
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 328
  • Format: docx lit txt azw
Fat Is Not a Four-Letter Word ePub download

Charles Roy Schroeder.

Charles Roy Schroeder. Through interesting scientific, nutritional, and historical evidence, this witty and insightful guide shows why millions of "overweight" women are unnecessarily knocking themselves out to look like fashion models. The book offers a commonsense and realistic approach to healthful dieting and exercise - no magic tricks. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

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Fat Is Not a Four-Letter Word. Schroeder, Charles Roy. Published by Chronimed Pub. ISBN 10: 1565610008 ISBN 13: 9781565610002. by Charles Roy Schroeder. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9781565610002 (978-1-56561-000-2) Softcover, Chronimed Pub, 1992.

This book is a revolutionary approach to weight loss that goes beyond dieting and deprivation and embraces the . It is also what birthed the title FAT Is Not Four-Letter Word.

This book is a revolutionary approach to weight loss that goes beyond dieting and deprivation and embraces the desires and needs of the human body and spirit. In addressing and eradicating our Fat Kid Mentality, we erase the belief that being fat makes you bad. I am here to finally pull out the daggers – the words, the beliefs, and the images – that injure YOU and keep you stuck in the Fat Kid Mentality! It’s not just you. It’s society.

The "four-letter" claim refers to the fact that many (but not all) English "swear words" are incidentally four-character monosyllables

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Through interesting scientific, nutritional, and historical evidence, this witty and insightful guide shows why millions of "overweight" women are unnecessarily knocking themselves out to look like fashion models

Through interesting scientific, nutritional, and historical evidence, this witty and insightful guide shows why millions of "overweight" women are unnecessarily knocking themselves out to look like fashion models.

Fat is not A Four-Letter Word Charles Roy Schroeder, PhD. CHRONIMED Publishing, 1992. I am Beautiful: A Celebration of Women in Their Own Words Dana Carpenter and Winfree Woody. Bridgeport, CT: Rose Communications. Losing It: False Hopes and Fat Profits in the Diet Industry Laura Frasier, Plume Books Ltd, 1998. Love the Body You Were Born With: A 10-Step Workbook for Women Margo Dixon, NY: The Berkley Publishing Group, 1996. Making Peace With Food Susan Kano, Harper 1989. Real Gorgeous: The Truth About Body and Beauty Kaz Cooke, WW.

Work Is a Four-Letter Word (also known as Work Is a 4-Letter Word) is a 1968 British satirical comedy film directed by Peter Hall and starring David Warner and Cilla Black, in her only acting role in a cinematic film

Work Is a Four-Letter Word (also known as Work Is a 4-Letter Word) is a 1968 British satirical comedy film directed by Peter Hall and starring David Warner and Cilla Black, in her only acting role in a cinematic film. The film was not well received by critics even though it was based on the award-winning play Eh? It also marked the acting debut of Elizabeth Spriggs.

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