A leading dietitian's unique journey from overweight to permanent
weight control, naturally. Join in! Being thin and healthy, eating what
you like yet liking yourself, and controlling your weight without fixating
on it for the rest of your life are not about natural gifts, but about the
gift of knowing how.
A leading dietitian's unique journey from overweight to permanent weight control, naturally. Join in!
Susan Burke March is so different, because she inspires us with her
personal weight control triumph as well as her professional expertise.
An exciting easy-to-follow way of living that puts you in control of your
weight and health. With Susan’s Making Weight Control Second
Nature, you can be that person, who makes deliberate choices—one
day at a time, one meal at a time, one food at a time, and one walk at a
time. Here’s to your living thin, naturally.
This book is so different from most diet books, and, since my family and
I maintain our weight by making smart choices, I found the testimonials
from other seemingly naturally thin people inspiring and validating. We’
re never deprived, but we don’t give in to overeating either. I’m thrilled
that many famous—and not so famous—experts, dietitians, and others
all have ditched the diet mentality and advocate staying thin naturally.
Merilee Kern, author of children’s book Making Healthy Choices
Meet the Author: Susan’s professional initiatives as a leading dietician reflect her passion
for healthy living and smart weight management. Susan served as chief
clinical nutrition manager at Mt. Sinai Hospital of Queens, New York.
Susan holds two bachelors’ degrees—one from Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton,
Florida in Communication, and from Queens College, New York, in
Family, Nutrition & Exercise Sciences.
She also earned her masters degree in Nutrition Education from Queens
College. Susan is a certified diabetes educator, and shares her
expertise contributing hundreds of media articles and volunteers as
media spokesperson for the Florida Dietetic Association. Susan is
currently serving as Secretary for the Weight Management Dietetic
Practice Group, a professional practice group of the American Dietetic
Diet.com's Chief Editor John McGran, says “we’d all like to be thinner, naturally. We now have a fighting chance, thanks to Susan’s entertaining and informative book.”
This is a balanced and comprehensive book on common sense nutrition
presented in an accessible and engaging way. I recommend Making
Weight Control Second Nature as a must read for everyone interested
in basic components of good health for both the mind and the body.
Colette Heimowitz, V.P. of education and research for Atkins Health
& Medical Information Services
Paperback:336 pages; Dimensions (inches): 6.69x9.61 inches; ISBN-13 9781932421194; ISBN-10
Publisher: Mansion Grove House; 2009