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61 Bibliography And Recommended Reading List


This article is from the Diet FAQ, by Claudia McCreary cookignnewsletter@chef.net with numerous contributions by others.

61 Bibliography And Recommended Reading List

*Abraham, Suzanne and Llewellyn-Jones, Derek, Eating Disorders: The Facts,
Oxford University Press, New York, 1984 (ISBN 019261665X)
*iley, Covert, The New Fit or Fat, Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, 1991
*Bailey, Covert, Fit or Fat Target Diet, Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston,
1984 (ISBN 395510821)
*Colvin, Robert H. and Olson, Susan C., Keeping It Off: Winning at Weight
Loss, Simon and Schuster, New York, 1985 (ISBN 0671532944)
*Forester, John, Effective Cycling, 6th edition, MIT Press, 1993 (ISBN
*Foreyt, John P. and Goodrick, G. Ken, Living Without Dieting, Warner Books,
1994 (ISBN 0446382698), available from Gurze Books (phone# 800-756-7533)
for US$10.99 + shipping/handling. The authors, who are Ph.D.'s associated
with the Baylor College of Medicine and its Nutrition Research Clinic,
discourage restrictive dieting and encourage slow weight loss through
lifetime modifications in diet, exercise, and attitude.
*Gershoff, Stanley W., Tufts University Guide to Total Nutrition, Harper &
Row, New York, 1990 ISBN 0060159189)
*Glover, Bob and Shepherd, Jack, Family Fitness Handbook, Penguin Books,
1989 (ISBN 140468633)
*Hller, Rachael and Richard: The Carbohydrate Addict's Diet, The
Carbohydrate Addict's Gram Counter, and The Carbohydrate Addict's Program
for Success Jonas, Steven and Aronson, Virginia, I-Don't-Eat
(But-I-Can't-Lose) Weight Loss Program, Rawson Associates (Macmillian
Publishing Company), New York, 1989 (ISBN 0892563435)
*Lapert, Leslie, "Fat Like Me," Ladies' Home Journal, May 1993, pp. 154-155,
*"Losing Weight: What Works, What Doesn't," Consumer Reports, June 1993, pp.
347-352 Morgan, Elizabeth, Complete Book of Cosmetic Surgery, Warner
Books, New York, 1988 (ISBN 0446513709)
*Moynahan, Paula A., M.D., Cosmetic Surgery for Women, Crown Publishers, New
York, 1988 (ISBN 0517564297)
* Netzer, Corrine T., Complete Book of Food Counts, Dell Publishing, New
York, 1991 (ISBN 0440208548)
* Nutrition Action Healthletter, published by the Center for Science in the
Public Interest. 1-year subscription (10 issues) available for US$24 from
CSPI, P.O. Box 96611, Washington, DC 20077-7216. This is the group that
publicized the high levels of fat in Italian, Chinese, and
Mexican restaurant foods, and in movie theater popcorn. Each newsletter is
packed with the latest findings in nutrition research, reviews of (and
recipes from) health-conscious cookbooks, and recommendations on the best
and worst fast foods/prepared foods.
* "Rating the Diets," Consumer Reports, June 1993, pp. 353-357.
* Robertson, Laurel; Flinders, Carol and Godfrey, Bronwen, Laurel's Kitchen,
Bantam Books, New York, 1976 (ISBN 0553225650)
* Roth, Geneen, Feeding The Hungry Heart: The Experience of Compulsive
Eating, Signet, NY, 1982 (ISBN 0451161319). In this book, Ms. Roth points
out the reasons that people overeat, and the metaphor that eating is feeding
a different sort of hunger: Love. Included are passages written by students
in Ms. Roth's class, which teaches people to love themselves and thus break
free from the destructive cycle of overeating.
* Roth, Geneen, Breaking Free from Compulsive Eating, Signet, NY, 1984 (ISBN
0451168348). As a followup to her previous book, Ms. Roth details her
personal program for successful weight loss from an emotional standpoint.
Although this selection does not discuss healthful eating, it is an
excellent supplement to a nutrition book, because it examines the emotional
issues involved in undertaking any weight loss program.
* Roth, Geneen, When Food Is Love: Exploring The Relationship Between Eating
And Intimacy, Dutton, NY, 1991 (ISBN 0525249672). Ms. Roth completes her
theme in this last book by discussing the concept of replacing love with
food. She points out that people often use food as
a means of avoiding intimacy, and explores ways to heal "the hurting child."
*Scanlon, Deralee and Strauss, Larry, Diets That Work (updated edition),
Lowell House, Los Angeles, 1992 (ISBN 0929923715)
*Silverstein, Alvin and Virginia, So You Think You're Fat?, Harper-Collins
Publishers, New York, 1991 (ISBN 0060216417)
*Stare, Fredrick J., Aronson, Virginia and Barrett, Stephen, Your Guide to
Good Nutrition, Prometheus Books, Buffalo, New York, 1991 (ISBN 0879756926)
*Claudia's Cooking Newsletter, published 10 x a year by GMO Enterprises,
P.O. Box 1811 Bensalem, PA 19020. Availabele in e-mail and paper forums.
Cost si $20.00 per year. Contains nutritonal info, Ask the Dietican, and Ask
the Cook columns as well as low-fat, fat-free and sugar free recipes. Info
at http://www.freeyellow.com/members/cookingnewsletter


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