Tired of that old yo-yo weight-loss/weight-gain cycle? Lose it for life! "Every other diet I've tried ends in despair; Steve's plan ends in hope!" Most weight-loss plans will help you drop a few pounds, but for how long? You deserve better. You deserve Lose It for Life, a time-tested, uniquely balanced program that deals with the physical, emotional, and even spiritual elements that lead to permanent weight loss. Even if you have already experienced some success on another weight-loss program - Atkins ®, South Beach ®, Weight Watchers ®, whatever - this audio will give you the information and motivation you need to achieve a permanent “state of weightlessness,” which is the secret to lasting results. Now, endorsed by Florida Hospital as part of its Healthy 100 campaign, this deluxe edition audio offers a wide variety of exercises and activities to lead you to the next level in understanding:
Lose It for Life was developed by best-selling author and radio personality Stephen Arterburn, who lost sixty pounds twenty years ago and has kept it off. In this revolutionary audio book, he and Dr. Linda Mintle, who is known for her clinical work regarding weight issues, will help you accomplish what you desire most: permanent results.
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The Faithful Traveler
This is a Christian view of weight loss, and as a Christian, I appreciated it. It's well read and very thorough. Sure, a lot of the stuff in here is stuff you've heard before. But, really, if you have heard it and are still buying weight loss books, maybe you need to hear it again and again until it sticks. I know that is the case for me.
They tried to give you an unique twist on weight loss. They meant to give you the Alcoholics Anonymous approach to weight loss. I have a great faith in God. But in this case it's if you don't believe in Jesus, you can't loose weight. They didn't say faith in Jesus in the reviews; instead, they dodged the issue by saying "spirituality". To me spirituality is in meditation, prayer and a profound connection with God. Jesus is a part of that. But why lie? Why use the word "spirituality" instead of Jesus. It's because of marketing. I wasn't looking for a sermon for may weight loss. "I'm fat because I'm not putting my faith in Jesus?" This is just another cheep excuse to connect religion with personal problems. I don't believe that the people who wrote this for any other reason than to make money. Why else would they take advantage of my faith and tell me that my weight problems are problems with my connection to Jesus. My weight problems are connected with my love for MacDonalds, Popeye's, and overeating. My faith, my connection with Jesus, is between me and God. Spirituality is a metaphysical issues that goes beyond this book. Shame on them for telling me that my weight problems are because of faith. This is just another ploy to sell books.
Not a book that uses the term "spirituality" instead of Jesus.
The Narrator didn't do a bad job.
None. Anyone who tells me that I can't loose weight unless I believe more in Jesus doesn't deserve my respect.
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