February 2000 Issue
There's Some Good in Everything, Even (Gulp!) Popular Diets
Five out of the top 20 Barnes and Noble bestsellers of 1999 were diet books. After all, it's natural to want to find a simple solution to weight loss in the pages of a book and ignore the fact that permanent weight loss requires committing to long-term lifestyle changes. Given the overwhelming popularity of diet bookswith little doubt the new millennium will bring more of the sameEN has decided if you can't fight
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