Plans, Diet All books
What’s for Dinner? Teen Nutrition, from A to Z
A practical A to Z to help parents understand teenage eating habits and encourage healthy nutrition
Weight Loss at Any Cost?
To lose weight we no longer have to be told what to eat (or not to eat). We now know that our weight and eating habits are not entirely up to us...
Didier Pleux, Camille Cellier
We're both fighting A Diary of Anorexia
How can anorexia be overcome? A young anorexic reveals the diary of her therapy and cure
Vegetarian, Vegan, or Flexitarian? What Is Good for Your Health
A clear and accessible book to better understand the advantages and the risks of the various dietary models: vegetarianism, veganism, an omnivorous diet.
The Truth About Sugar and Sweeteners
Everything you should know about what you eat and drink — in order to protect your health
To Prevent Cancer It Is Also Up To You!
Everything you need to know to adopt anti-cancer behaviour in your daily life
To Each His Weight Diets: The Inside Story
An eminent nutritionist appraises what works and what doesn’t. An indispensable book for anyone who wants to lose weight
Thin at Last! Slimming Coaching for Women
A weight-loss method with a novel approach that will appeal to every woman who has felt let down by a traditional diet
Thin at Last!
Slimming Coaching for Women
Slimming: It’s All in the Mind
If to stay slim all one had to do was lose weight, then everyone (or nearly everyone) would succeed.
Slimming: It's All in the Head New, revised and enlarged edition
Perhaps you think that if fat people wish to become thin all they have to do is lose weight - and to lose weight they just have to follow a slimming diet...
Slimming With The 2-4-7 Diet
A balanced, original, serious and delicious diet grounded in scientific research
Slimming is simple and in your head
A visionary approach that very early on stressed the importance of the relationship between the body and the psyche in problems relating to weight-loss.
Shape and Show The Powers and Limitations of Diets and Exercise
Were we really meant to spend our lives depriving ourselves of what we want to eat while forcing ourselves to do painful physical exercises ? In this lively, humorous book, mixing common-sense with the latest findings in medical research, Lucy-Anna Kukstas exposes the folly of the ideology of suffering and deprivation. She urges the reader to follow a new life-style for the third millennium based on a new golden rule - that of pleasure.