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150 Pounds Gone Forever: How I Lost Half My Size and You Can Too
     

150 Pounds Gone Forever: How I Lost Half My Size and You Can Too

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by Diane Carbonell
 

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A mother of seven who lost more than 150 pounds over 12 years ago shows you how to successfully lose weight and keep it off! Say goodbye to diets and learn how to change your lifestyle by identifying trigger foods, breaking unhealthy eating habits, and reorientating your thinking. Includes weight-loss recipes, a 12-week fitness plan, and weight management

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A mother of seven who lost more than 150 pounds over 12 years ago shows you how to successfully lose weight and keep it off! Say goodbye to diets and learn how to change your lifestyle by identifying trigger foods, breaking unhealthy eating habits, and reorientating your thinking. Includes weight-loss recipes, a 12-week fitness plan, and weight management strategies.

Editorial Reviews

Waisting Time Blog
Interview with Diane and book mention.
Tara Burner Blog
"If you're in the mood (or in need of) a touching, heart felt, inspiring story of one woman who lost 150 pounds then you have to read 150 Pounds Gone Forever. You will be moved, you'll be inspired, you'll be saddened and sure some of you will be able to relate." -Tara Burner blog, May 2012
110 Pounds and Counting Blog
"I think this book is the perfect guide for someone wanting to start losing weight, but not sure where to start. Her tips are easty to follow and the book is an enjoyable read." -110 Pounds and Counting Blog, reviewed May 2012
I Am Succeeding Blog
"As many "diet" books I have read this by far is the best!" -I Am Succeeding Blog, May 2012

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781934716496
Publisher:
Sunrise River Press
Publication date:
04/11/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
304
Sales rank:
837,787
File size:
8 MB

Meet the Author

Diane Carbonell is a mother to seven children and lives in Jackson, TN. She lost 150 pounds 12 years ago and has maintained the impressive weight loss through four pregnancies, three state-to-state moves, and an adoption reunion. Diane was featured in Shape magazine and appeared on the Dr. Oz Show to share her weight loss success story. She authors the popular blog www.fittothefinish.com/blog.

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150 Pounds Gone Forever: How I Lost Half My Size and You Can Too 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
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This book would not function properly on my Nook. I couldn't increase point size and pages jumped all over the boatd intstead of reading in numerical order. Very disappointed.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have no actual problem with the content of the book, in fact, it's like she is talking directly at me. It's nice to know that there is someone out there that has had the exact same thoughts and struggles and made it out on the other side and has stayed there even after having had children. With both of my children I gained 20lbs and lost it almost immediately. It was after their births I seemed to pack on the pounds. May be it was fatigue or a touch of post partem, I don't know. So here I am today at the heaviest I have ever been and just as unhappy wishing I could do what it took to lose this weight and keep it off while the other is wishing I just had the courage to get it over with and just stay fat. This book is really helping me see that losing 100 lbs is possible. What I don't like is it seems to not work right on my Nook. I can't see some the the tables that she talks about for reference (like the quick foods list she put together) and sometimes the pictures are overlapping the text making paragraphs difficult to read. I paid $10 for the book and I don't feel like I am getting the whole book. Hopefully this can be fixed as I plan on referencing this book often even after I have completed reading it.
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Why would you leave a rating, and not explain why you felt the way you did about this book?