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    Non Primal Books that are great tools for success

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    Started reading "The Power of Habit" by Charles Duhigg and really like a lot of what he talks about. Understanding habit and how to change develop habits are a big part of creating a solid foundation for nutrition and exercise. Some very interesting insight into choice or the lack thereof in daily routines. A very interesting read that I think could be useful to anyone trying to help change their lifestyle or their family's lifestyle.

    If anyone has any other suggestions please post the book and a bit about why it would be a good read.

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    I'd like to read that...
    Another book that helps with habits and eating specifically is Judith Beck's Diet Workbook--42 days of changes to make, day by day. She teaches alot of good skills!

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    Have you thought about Dean Dwyer's Make Shi(f)t Happen. I found out about it on someone's post around here and thought it was pretty good!
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    I would recommend Mindless Eating by Brian Wansink. It's about the psychology of eating, and quite interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catholicchick View Post
    Have you thought about Dean Dwyer's Make Shi(f)t Happen. I found out about it on someone's post around here and thought it was pretty good!
    Me too. It was a very quick read but I have to say I cant even recall what it was about!

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    Phil Maffetone's Big Books, both the one on health and fitness and the one on endurance training and racing.
    Female, 5'3", 49, Starting weight: 163lbs. Current weight: 135 (more or less).
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