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Posted June 12, 2009
What do you see? Not much. Most pictures hide the face & the one that's supposed to be showing rolls of fat??? All I saw was a very dark shirt on a very skinny neck & face !!! Please!!!! She's a good talker waiting for all desperate women to give her their money.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 29, 2000
Stop the insanity focuses on issues that the medical profession, for many, many years, either did not, could not, or would not address. As I read Susan Powter's book, numerous times it caused me to reflect on my education and the history of the medical profession. The entire curriculum in nursing school continually teaches the soon-to-be nurse to see his/her client as a whole person. Until recently (the last ten years or so), medical doctors were taught to treat DISEASES/DISORDERS, not people. This could partially account for the bad taste (pardon the pun) that is in Susan Powter's mouth for the medical profession. Susan drives home some very real and valid points about both the medical profession and the diet industry. If you want a book that will get you to understand in simple, easy terms what YOU need and CAN DO every day to change your life, one that is written by someone who not only 'tells it like it is,' but, has been there, then this is the book for you!!! Live and be well, Marie Ennis, RN, BSNWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted June 26, 2000
Posted April 24, 2000
This is a have to read book for anyone who has ever dieted. The inspiration is unbelievable. I lost 5 pounds before I even finished the book by following her own steps and guidance. The story in itself is great!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.