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Waist Away: How I Lost 70 Pounds in 7 Months without Drugs or Surgery by John Reizer
  

Waist Away: How I Lost 70 Pounds in 7 Months without Drugs or Surgery

Synopsis

Waist Away: How I Lost 70 Pounds in 7 Months without Drugs or Surgery by John Reizer

At the age of 44 I was classified as an obese person. Waist Away is the true account of how I lost 70 pounds in just seven months. I was able to attain my weight loss goal without any type of arduous exercise program, expensive gym equipment, prepackaged food plans, dangerous drugs or surgical procedures. In this book I explain how I was able to accomplish an almost impossible task in a relatively short period of time. This is my incredible story.

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Book Info

Publication date

2nd February 2008

Author

John Reizer

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Publisher

Lulu.com

Format

Paperback
150 pages

Categories

Family & health

ISBN

9781435709300

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