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Breaking the Stronghold of Food

How We Conquered Food Addictions and Discovered a New Way of Living
Length: 6 hrs and 55 mins
4 out of 5 stars (14 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Are you sick and tired of being overweight? Are you fighting a losing battle with your waistline and eating yourself into the grave? Have you had it with feeling drained, discouraged, and run down because of obesity but find yourself enslaved to unhealthy eating habits? Are you convinced that God has a better way, but you simply can't break through?

In their first-ever jointly authored book, Michael and Nancy Brown share the inspiring, practical, and humorous story of their own journey from obesity to vibrant health. If you want to break free from the stronghold of food and discover a wonderful new way of life, this book will tell you the way.

©2018 Ryan T. Anderson (P)2018 Tantor

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GREAT book

This book has been a huge help to me. I think people who are chronically overweight, like me, need to change how they think about eating and this book helps to do that. its especially helpful that the author and his wife are so incredibly relatable as they too struggled significantly with their weight .

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A wasted Audible credit

A disgusting and condescending guilt trip. And they call themselves Christians? There were no helpful tips at all, just these two egomaniacs spouting that they used to be overweight and now they aren't. Maybe reading the book wouldn't be so bad but listening was agony, especially when Nancy would narrate. A total waste of one of my credits.

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