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LOOK AT THESE TO HELP INSPIRE MORE ‘RE-LUXE-ATION’ TIME INTO YOUR CALENDAR, WE HAVE DEDICATED THIS ENTIRE FEATURE TO A READING LIST THAT WE RECKON IS WORTH SWITCHING THE TV AND COMPUTER OFF FOR! FOR WEIGHT MANAGEMENT...
FOR PROVOKING THOUGHT...
The Fat Revolution: Why butter and real fats actually make us slim, by Christine Cronan ($34.95, Purple Lotus Publishing) Clean & Lean Diet Cookbook, by James Duigan ($24.99, Simon and Schuster)
SETS '4 Weight Loss’ series of recipe books, by Bodytrim ($24.95, Bodytrim) In today’s tough economic climate, cutting costs is essential, but that doesn’t mean you have to resort to eating cheap frozen food that tastes like cardboard and makes you pile on the kilos. Now you can cook like an international chef, dine like a gourmet traveller, impress your friends with vibrant new recipes, and indulge in your favourite forbidden foods, and all the while protecting your waistline and your arteries! Every mouth-watering recipe in these gourmet weight loss guides has been tested and proven by the team at Bodytrim. Thousands of recipes have been considered, but you’ll find just under 50 of the very best in each ‘4 weight loss’ recipe books. The collection includes: • Gourmet Chinese 4 Weight Loss • Gourmet French 4 Weight Loss • Gourmet Indian 4 Weight Loss • Gourmet Italian 4 Weight Loss • Gourmet Thai 4 Weight Loss.
Diets and Other Unnatural Acts, by Stewart B Segal, MD and Barbara M Phillips, PhD (Add price in after the open bracket so it reads: ($14.99 US, CreateSpace, Amazon) Barefoot And In The Kitchen: Vegan recipes for you, by Ashley Rowe ($11.95, IPG) Health Revolution for Men: Kick-start your weight loss and reduce your risk of serious disease – in 2 weeks, by Dr Charles Clark and Maureen Clark
The Music of the Soul: A pathway to a rich and fulfilling life, by Stephen Chong ($24.95, Sid Harter Publishers) The Music of the Soul takes readers on a journey of change to help realise their highest potential. It’s not about aspiring to be rich, famous or enlightened like another person, but rather about realising your own selfworth and sense of life purpose. Author Stephen Chong has written a practical guide designed to help readers find their pathway and move forward to a more rich, satisfying and fulfilling life – whatever the circumstances. The book comprises 21 chapters (called Sonatas) that are philosophies that work and which Chong applies to his own everyday living.
FOR FUN... Doggylicious: Dinners and treats for a happy, healthy dog, by Philip Chaplin and Alice Needham ($19.95, New Holland)
Frog And The Well: Unconventional happiness, by Josh Langley ($14.99, Big Sky Publishing)
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