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"The Eat-Clean Diet," Tosca Reno

Pros: Enthusiasm; lists and guidelines; delicious recipes Cons: Can come across like a fad diet book at times Rating: 4.5 out of 5 Review book courtesy of Jane Wesman Public Relations, Inc.   I admit, my first impression of The

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EatingWell Serves Two

Pros: Easy, fresh, low-yield recipes; sturdy book; good information; nice photos Cons: Some tendency toward blandness (some will find this a plus) Rating: 4.5 out of 5 Review book courtesy of The Countryman Press.   The folks from the test

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"The EatingWell Diet," by Dr. Jean Harvey-Berino, Ph.D., R.D.

Pros: A helpful, common-sense (and no-nonsense) approach to losing weight Cons: The easier recipes tend to be bland and underwhelming Rating: 4 out of 5 Review book courtesy of The Countryman Press. The EatingWell Diet: 7 Steps to a Healthy,

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"Weight Watchers Annual Recipes for Success 2002"

All in all, this book and its companions are quite worth buying if you’re trying to lose weight or avoid gaining weight. Even when we aren’t dieting we still tend to make recipes from this book just because they’re that good! Best of all, we have yet to stumble across a single mistake in the recipes – these must have been kitchen-tested quite well indeed.

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"Stir-Fry to Szechuan: 100 Classic Chinese Recipes," for Weight Watchers

In short…buy this cookbook. We’ve been quite surprised by it, and I expect that you will be too.

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