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Number of Pages: 256
Publication Date: 2002
|Dimensions: 7.50 X 5 X 0.50 (inches)|
The UnDiet: Painless Baby Steps to Permanent Weight LossBronwyn Schweigerdt, Lynne AusmanACW Press / 2002 / Trade Paperback$8.09 Retail:
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The Dieter's Prayer Book: Spiritual Power and Daily EncouragementHeather KoppRandom House / 2005 / Trade Paperback$14.39 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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§ Personal Stories: Seven women share their own experiences and tips on how to deal with success, setbacks, and recovery
§ Daily Messages: Practical and powerful words of support to help open your mind and life to greater possibility
§ Meditations: Guided meditations to jump-start you into getting in touch with your inner spiritual power
§ Tips: Tools and advice to keep you on the right track
§ Journal Pages: Space to express your innermost thoughts along the way
Colleen Zuck, Janie Wright, and Elaine Meyer are editors of Daily Word magazine. Their different backgrounds and life experiences are a rich source of inspiration in writing Daily Word magazine messages in a language that is understood as much by the souls as by the minds of readers around the world. Together, they have a commitment to Silent Unity, a voice that shares a message of love and prayer support.
“Provides the inspiration, motivation, and support you need to transform yourself—body and soul. Thank heavens for this wonderful book.”—Mary-Alice and Richard Jafolla, former directors of Silent Unity and authors of The Quest: A Journey of Spiritual Rediscovery
“This breakthrough book…gives us the two most powerful tools for weight loss and weight management we can ever have: spiritual guidance and the reminder that all our healing lies in our faith and connection with the Divine.”—Lori Leyden-Rubenstein, Ph.D., author of The Stress Management Handbook
“This book will hold your hand day by day as you lose weight and keep it off.”—Barbara Jenkins, bestselling author and founder of 12 Women groups
CC4 Stars Out Of 5August 19, 2009CCThis book has given me more encouragement than I thought it would. The book progresses in the devotion from beginning your fitness journey and keeps encouraging you and builds as your success builds. It talks about meditation with God, which is something I don't really do. There are also stories of people who have given their weight loss to God and he has helped them. I think this book is good if you are looking for daily positive affirmations with Scriptures.
Kim Knudson3 Stars Out Of 5August 3, 2009Kim KnudsonThis book is great for having scriptures to walk your journal in self control when eating. My concern is the promotion of yogo and other forms of meditation that appear to be more librial and not recommended without caution. I am not sold out on recommending this book to young or new christians. I personally guess the testonities.
E.H.1 Stars Out Of 5February 1, 2004E.H.I enjoyed the Bible verses although I could not find a reference to the translation used in this book. I can not relate to or agree with the "theological" phylosophy of this book. The thoughts about God giving us the strength to acheive weight loss are encouraging. I have mixed emotions about this book.