Designer diets succeed when you are the architect

August 1992
Environmental Nutrition;Aug92, Vol. 15 Issue 8, p6
Discusses the success of a do-it-yourself diet plan. Customizing your diet to your likes and dislikes; More likely to lose weight and keep it off if the diet is designed for you.


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