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Publisher's Summary

You should think twice about the food you eat every day….

This book contains a list of foods to avoid in order to lose weight and increase your energy. It's a guide that helps you recognize which foods are not your friends and why. It's a glossary, an encyclopedia, and your personal assistant during grocery shopping and cooking. There are no magic spells for weight loss in this book but factual guidelines of what foods to avoid in order to control your calorie intake and live a healthier life.

What's inside?

  • Basic foods to avoid
  • Foods to eat only occasionally
  • The sneaky ones
  • The fluid and flaky ones
  • The hi and bye ones
  • The in-your-face ones
  • Bonus tips and guidelines

Make your weight loss goals happen now by getting this book.

©2016 Richard Brantley Brooks (P)2016 Richard Brantley Brooks

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