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Suzanne Somers' Slim and Sexy Forever
Suzanne Somers
1400053250
Mar 2005
Hardcover
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Book Review
Suzanne Somers may forever be ingrained in American minds as the ditzy blond from Three's Company, but her five past bestselling diet books prove that her fit figure is admired by millions. Now in her 50s, Somers has endured what she calls the "Seven Dwarves" of menopause—Itchy, Bitchy, Sweaty, Sleepy, Bloated, Forgetful, and All Dried Up. She claims that until one tames the hormonal roller-coaster of menopause, there's little hope of losing weight: "If your hormones are out of balance, no weight-loss program will work for you." She recommends supplementation with "natural, bioidentical hormones" available from a compounding pharmacist, or an endocrinologist specializing in bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT). The synthetic hormones so widely prescribed, she says, cause the body to "mimic pregnancy,"...


Sexy Years: Discover the Hormone Connection: The Secret to Fabulous Sex, Great Health, and Vitality, for Women and Men
Suzanne Somers
0609607219
March 2004
Hardcover
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Book Review
Menopause is a complicated business. Medical issues vary widely and treatment options seem endless--especially in the wake of bad news about hormone replacement. While The Sexy Years isn't meant to supply you with a specific program of daily supplements, Suzanne Somers does offer an excellent inspiration to march forth and take control of this stage of health. Much of the book covers her own experience of menopause, including some detail on her breast cancer ordeal. She advocates the use of natural, bioidentical hormonal replacement, available through a variety of creams and supplements--it's a rare page that doesn't gush about the power of these substances or raise negative issues about the use of synthetic hormones. Introductory medical information is included on how estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone work together...


The Sexy Years
Suzanne Somers
1400081572
Mar 2005
Paperback
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Book Review
Menopause is a complicated business. Medical issues vary widely and treatment options seem endless--especially in the wake of bad news about hormone replacement. While The Sexy Years isn't meant to supply you with a specific program of daily supplements, Suzanne Somers does offer an excellent inspiration to march forth and take control of this stage of health. Much of the book covers her own experience of menopause, including some detail on her breast cancer ordeal. She advocates the use of natural, bioidentical hormonal replacement, available through a variety of creams and supplements--it's a rare page that doesn't gush about the power of these substances or raise negative issues about the use of synthetic hormones. Introductory medical information is included on how estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone work together...


Suzanne Somers' Get Skinny on Fabulous Food
Suzanne Somers
0609802372
Mar 2001
Paperback
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Book Review
"I got skinny on fat," claims Suzanne Somers. It sounds too good to be true--a weight-loss program that lets you "eat incredible, rich foods in abundant portions while the unwanted pounds effortlessly melt away." Most nutritionists would cringe at the idea that people trying to lose weight don't need to restrict their dietary fat, but Suzanne Somers and her "Somercizers" insist it works. Fat (even saturated fat) isn't the enemy, she claims--it's "products loaded with sugar, white flour, hydrogenated oils, and chemicals and preservatives that replace real fats." Get Skinny on Fabulous Food follows Somers's Eat Great, Lose Weight with a recap of the Somersize program, which involves eliminating "funky foods" like sugar and starch and using a type of food combining. Also included are grateful letters from followers of the...


Suzanne Somers' Fast & Easy
Suzanne Somers
1400052963
Apr 2004
Paperback
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From Library Journal
Over 100 recipes that promise to make you less fat. Copyright 2002 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

Review
“In the past when I had dieted, I felt starved, but with Somersizing, I felt completely satisfied. If I ever was hungry, I ate without counting calories or doing portion control, and I still lost weight. Now, 2 years later, I am proud to say I have lost 81 pounds. My ‘diet’ food was also so good that the entire family wanted to eat it. Thanks to this program, I have succeeded beyond what I had dared to dream.”
—Mary S. Barrett

“One year after my son was born, I was still 50 pounds overweight and wearing maternity clothes, miserable and disgusted with myself....


Suzanne Somers' Eat, Cheat, and Melt the Fat Away
Suzanne Somers
1400047064
Apr 2003
Paperback
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Review
"Having attempted numerous diets and weight-loss programs over the years -- everything from cabbage soup diets to Weight Watchers -- my husband and I were quite skeptical when we first heard about Somersizing. But we immersed ourselves in the program. The results: My husband lost 27 pounds, and I lost 18 pounds. Your program has been a blessing!"
-- Sandy and Peter Alexander

"After the birth of my third child, I was discouraged by my eating habits and appearance. Being a mother of three with a busy life, I was aware the word 'diet' meant disaster. But two books and seven simple steps were all it took to change my life. In five short months, I was able to lose 30 pounds easily. In the last seven months I have lost an additional 31 pounds. I no longer look at food as the enemy. I urge anyone who wants to...


Suzanne Somers' Slim and Sexy Forever
Suzanne Somers
0739322176
Apr 2005
Audio Compact Disc - Abridged
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Book Review
Suzanne Somers may forever be ingrained in American minds as the ditzy blond from Three's Company, but her five past bestselling diet books prove that her fit figure is admired by millions. Now in her 50s, Somers has endured what she calls the "Seven Dwarves" of menopause—Itchy, Bitchy, Sweaty, Sleepy, Bloated, Forgetful, and All Dried Up. She claims that until one tames the hormonal roller-coaster of menopause, there's little hope of losing weight: "If your hormones are out of balance, no weight-loss program will work for you." She recommends supplementation with "natural, bioidentical hormones" available from a compounding pharmacist, or an endocrinologist specializing in bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT). The synthetic hormones so widely prescribed, she says, cause the body to "mimic pregnancy,"...


Suzanne Somers' Eat Great, Lose Weight
Suzanne Somers
0609800582
Mar 1999
Paperback
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Book Review
Years ago, Suzanne Somers lost the chance to appear on a hit television series because she was "too chunky." That missed opportunity started her on a "diet roller coaster," trying all kinds of diets. Now Somers believes that diets and deprivation do not help people lose weight in the long-term. In Eat Great, Lose Weight, she explains the food-combining plan she calls "Somersizing": eliminate "funky foods" such as sugar ("my body's greatest enemy") and white flour; eat fruits alone on an empty stomach; eat proteins and fats with vegetables and without carbohydrates; eat carbohydrates with vegetables and without fat. Sommers presents 113 recipes that certainly don't resemble a traditional diet and might make a weight-loss expert's hair curl, such as Crispy Fried Eggplant and...


Summer by the Sea
Susan Wiggs
0778320561
July 2004
Mass Market Paperback
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From Publishers Weekly
Two childhood friends negotiate the rough waters of love in Wiggs's newest contemporary romance (following The Ocean Between Us), which starts out as a typical love-between-the-classes tale, but evolves into something richer. Successful Rhode Island restaurateur Rosa Capoletti seems to have her life in order. Her restaurant, Celesta's-by-the-Sea, has been lauded by the New York Times, she's surrounded by friends, and she has finally achieved financial stability. But when her old flame Alexander Montgomery, whose family name is synonymous with wealth, walks into Celesta's, Rosa realizes that she hasn't moved forward emotionally since he abruptly ended their relationship 12 years earlier. As the two cautiously renew their love, they must come to terms with the tensions between their families and the long-held...


The Oy of Cooking
Susie Weinthal
1590770943
Jan 2003
Paperback
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Book Description
"Having feasted on hundreds, maybe thousands of her meals, I am her greatest fan... Hers is the best kind of food. It's comforting, unbelievably delicious, sexy, mouth-watering, beautiful, and crowd-pleasing... I promise you're gonna love this book!" -- From the foreword by Suzanne Somers In The Oy of Cooking: A Grandmother's Legacy of Food and Memories, Susie Weinthal invites us into her kitchen, where she shares her most inspired recipes for the modern family. From appetizers to entrées, from savory to sweet, Susie covers all four courses, and then some, to help you create a sumptuous comfort-food family dinner or a gourmet extravaganza designed to excite the taste buds and inspire scintillating conversation at your next dinner party. Her easy-to-follow recipes include classic Jewish dishes like Matzo Ball...


Slim and Sexy Forever: The Hormone Solution for Permanent Weight Loss and Optimal Living
Suzanne Somers
1400053269
April 2006
Paperback
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Book Review
Suzanne Somers may forever be ingrained in American minds as the ditzy blond from Three's Company, but her five past bestselling diet books prove that her fit figure is admired by millions. Now in her 50s, Somers has endured what she calls the "Seven Dwarves" of menopause—Itchy, Bitchy, Sweaty, Sleepy, Bloated, Forgetful, and All Dried Up. She claims that until one tames the hormonal roller-coaster of menopause, there's little hope of losing weight: "If your hormones are out of balance, no weight-loss program will work for you." She recommends supplementation with "natural, bioidentical hormones" available from a compounding pharmacist, or an endocrinologist specializing in bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT). The synthetic hormones so widely prescribed, she says, cause the body to "mimic pregnancy,"...


The Sexy Years
Suzanne Somers
0375432965
Mar 2004
Large Print Hardcover
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Book Review
Menopause is a complicated business. Medical issues vary widely and treatment options seem endless--especially in the wake of bad news about hormone replacement. While The Sexy Years isn't meant to supply you with a specific program of daily supplements, Suzanne Somers does offer an excellent inspiration to march forth and take control of this stage of health. Much of the book covers her own experience of menopause, including some detail on her breast cancer ordeal. She advocates the use of natural, bioidentical hormonal replacement, available through a variety of creams and supplements--it's a rare page that doesn't gush about the power of these substances or raise negative issues about the use of synthetic hormones. Introductory medical information is included on how estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone work together...


Slim and Sexy Forever
Suzanne Somers
0375434801
Mar 2005
Large Print Hardcover
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Book Review
Suzanne Somers may forever be ingrained in American minds as the ditzy blond from Three's Company, but her five past bestselling diet books prove that her fit figure is admired by millions. Now in her 50s, Somers has endured what she calls the "Seven Dwarves" of menopause—Itchy, Bitchy, Sweaty, Sleepy, Bloated, Forgetful, and All Dried Up. She claims that until one tames the hormonal roller-coaster of menopause, there's little hope of losing weight: "If your hormones are out of balance, no weight-loss program will work for you." She recommends supplementation with "natural, bioidentical hormones" available from a compounding pharmacist, or an endocrinologist specializing in bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT). The synthetic hormones so widely prescribed, she says, cause the body to "mimic pregnancy,"...


Somersize Cocktails: 30 Mouthwatering Recipes for Beautiful Drinks with All the Taste and None of the Guilt
Suzanne Somers
1400053307
November 2005
Hardcover
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Book Description
Be the toast of the town at your next party!

Scintillating cocktails . . . a swank soiree . . . the tone is set for a sexy event. From flirty, fruity martinis to elegant champagne-infused cocktails to decadent after-dinner dessert drinks, Suzanne Somers presents thirty innovative recipes to dazzle your guests. And if you’re one of the millions of people trying to cut down on sugar, the bonus is that these drinks can be made with SomerSweet, Suzanne’s revolutionary sweetener with less than one gram of carbohydrates and zero sugars per serving. Finally you have a healthy choice, but when you’re serving Suzanne’s delicious drinks, your guests will never know the difference! In Somersize Cocktails, there are luscious libations to liven up any event, including:

• Dirty...

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