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The world is full of different diets. Some are fads, some are wacky, some are tough to follow but work, like the 5:2 diet. This book tells you about almost every diet known to dieters. From vegan diets through to all-meat diets, find the one for you!

Choose which diet may work for you, including diets good for skin and other health fixes. Each diets has an overview, important facts, various types, things to consider, steps to follow and warnings.

So, don't waste money buying several different diet books when you can refer to all of them in one convenient book first. We particularly liked the Cookie Diet!

Published: Vindo Books on
ISBN: 9781498989190
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