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Lose Weight, Dress Better & Wake Up Your Mind
People in the UK are trying to make their lives better - through books. More and more people are turning to self-help books as an alternative to improving their lives. Some of the more popular topics include ways to lose weight, spiritual healing, advice and practical help.
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The Mind Gym: Wake Up Your Mind
I Can Make You Thin
Welcome to a revolutionary new way to stop overeating, control cravings and feel totally motivated to take exercise. Paul McKenna has developed a breakthrough weight-loss system that re-patterns your thoughts, attitudes and beliefs about yourself, your health and food to help you easily get control of your diet and lose weight permanently. As you use Pauls amazing system, the latest psychological techniques will automatically help you start losing weight straight away! You can use it again and again to make you feel happier about yourself as you go all the way to your ideal shape, size and weight.
What You Wear Can Change Your Life
Trinny & Susannah have advised and dressed more than 3,000 women. They know instinctively the finer points and secrets of looking good. All their advice is presented in this book, whether it is something simple like knowing when to add a touch of blusher to a winter face or something more dramatic like changing the colour of your hair. They show how to choose the colours that suit you best, what underwear to buy, how to store clothes and how to revamp your wardrobe at no cost. They recommend beauty and makeup products and cover dressing for pregnancy.
You Are What You Eat
Addictive TV + Excellent Advice = The Diet Sensation of the Year. In the primetime Channel 4 television series You Are What You Eat, Dr Gillian McKeith works closely with eight ordinary people - dubbed Britain's Worst Eaters - to give them a diet makeover. As they get on the path to health their bodies and their lives turn around in amazing ways. In the book, Dr Gillian brings together the advice and the real-life stories to create a diet makeover for all.
Living the GI Diet
When you're reforming your eating patterns for the long term, you may need a little extra advice and motivation. Expanding on the principles of the original GI diet, this title contains 100 recipes covering everything from breakfasts to snacks, soups, main courses and wicked desserts.
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