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Date:4/1/2008

New Book Offers an Entertaining Solution For Lasting Weight Loss

CLEVELAND, April 1, 2008 /PRNewswire/ -- When was the last time you read a diet book from cover to cover because it made you smile, laugh, and shout with joy? F.A.T. Balance Diet: 10 Steps to Weight Loss Freedom offers a stress-free program for losing pounds and inches. Unlike other diet books, it is uniquely communicated using funny fictional characters to demonstrate a step-by-step action plan for successful weight loss and long-term weight management.

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Kevin Jones, author of F.A.T. Balance Diet (April 1, 2008), wrote the book to help the 65% of Americans who are still overweight or suffering from obesity despite the endless parade of short-term diets, boring programs, and over-hyped exercise gadgets. This new book introduces a fun and flexible weight loss tool that works with any lifestyle, diet or exercise program. It also includes over 50 easy recipes.

Jones, CEO of Fitness Lifestyle(R), an international media company providing stress-free solutions for healthy living, combines years of experience in both health & fitness and business management to provide a simple and memorable process for effective weight management.

"This book evolved from many years of participation, research, and observation," Jones explains. "The reality is that of all the Americans on a diet ... 95% will fail to keep the weight off because they are out of balance and lack basic weight management skills." Consequently, they are often more susceptible to ineffective "weight loss fantasies." "The F.A.T. Balance Diet," Jones adds, "will help you learn a
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