Now you can learn to enjoy your food and STICK TO YOUR DIET!
Some say that THE RATIONALIZATION DIET is a parody.
Others swear by it (and at it).
This book is for anyone who has:
• Thought about dieting
• Failed at dieting
• Hated dieting
• Enjoyed dieting (yes, there are seven of them out there)
• Wishes there was a diet just for you…
• Or just wants to laugh at dieting!
First published in 1998, the breakthrough RATIONALIZATION DIET has remained an underground classic anti-diet. Now it returns with more and better facts, factoids, theories and rationalizations.
The times have changed, but THE RATIONALIZATION DIET's purpose remains the same -- to make you laugh about dieting.
Half a slice of pizza has only one quarter the calories, carbs and fats of a whole slice.
The Exercise Machine Rationalization: Simply by purchasing expensive exercise equipment-cross-trainers, exercycles, one of those weird bun or stomach crunch things they sell on late night TV-you have done the equivalent of a year's worth of workouts... Now you can use it as a clothes rack.
And many many more.
Rationalizations for the home, office and dining out.
Now with a new collection of Beer Rationalizations for guys who like to consume mass quantities.
Too much fat? No way!
Too many carbs? Not a problem.
Lots of calories? Excellent!
Remember, you can eat it, if you can rationalize it.
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About the Author
He writes, records and tells stories for people of all ages and frequently tours the world, sharing his stories and joy of the written and spoken word. He has performed on stage in theaters, classrooms, festivals, community centers, churches, synagogues and even in parking lots. His educational workshops have helped parents, children, teens and adults.
In the ancient days of printed periodicals, he wrote for, edited newspapers and magazines.
A graduate of Columbia University and the Trinity Rep Conservatory, he has degrees in theater, English and “mythology”. He once ran for the U.S. House of Representatives and got more votes per dollar spent campaigning than any candidate since 1864. For more than 20 years he practiced and taught Aikido, the martial art for peace. He now practices yoga, centering and internal arts. The founder of the American Story Theater, he occasionally teaches a college course called “Telling Lies.