Diet Success Strategies by Alan Aronoff
67 Ways to Take Control of Your Food and Your Life

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An astonishing number of people throughout the world are unhappy with their weight, health, and energy level. While many see a change in diet as their solution, and guidance is readily available from a host of books and experts, why is it so often said that DIETS DON’T WORK? In his book Diet Success Strategies: 67 Ways To Take Control Of Your Food And Your Life, author Alan Aronoff explains that diets often don’t work because people don’t stay on them long enough to see results and, more importantly, create new eating habits. Diet Success Strategies contains no weight loss “secrets,” recipes, or suggestions of what the reader should or should not eat. What it does provide is the ingredient most diet books are missing: HOW TO STAY ON A DIET. This in-depth yet straightforward book reveals that people often fail to sustain a change in diet because their efforts are based solely on self-discipline. The author suggests a new, far more effective approach, is the creation of a personal Diet Management System based on strategies. With 67 monthly, weekly, daily, and even hourly strategies provided, the vast majority of people can find solutions that meet their needs, schedules, and goals. Practicing these simple strategies leads to a life-changing outcome: new eating habits are created as foods that promote weight loss, better health, and greater energy are selected more often. For more information, visit www.dietsuccessstrategies.com.
 

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Alan Aronoff is the author of Diet Success Strategies: 67 Ways to Take Control of Your Food and Your Life. After graduating from Monmouth College with a degree in sociology, he spent several years as a U.S. Army officer. His passion for business and marketing led to a decade in corporate sales, followed by the founding of the national background-check company U.S. Information Search, where he is currently the CEO. After a life-altering kidney transplant in 2005, he awoke one morning with an overwhelming feeling of gratitude. He realized that he was alive as a result of an altruistic gift and modern medicine. In that moment, he became determined to help others. He took his thirty years of study in the fields of diet and personal development and, through writing, speaking, and coaching, help others find lasting solutions to their life challenges.
 
Published June 18, 2012 by Jsa Communications, Inc.. 212 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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Though the book is designed as a series of chapters that ultimately offer 67 separate strategies, its main chapters are organized by daily, weekly and monthly strategies.

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