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Ample serving of new diet books to jump-start 2015 health resolutions
Ample serving of new diet books to jump-start 2015 health resolutions

You probably know someone who lives on doughnuts but never seems to gain weight. While others just glance at a bagel and pack on the pounds. That's just proof that we all have different nutritional demands and deficits, said Traci D. Mitchell, author of the coming "Belly Burn Plan" diet book. She advocates a personalized plan of eating and exercising tailored to your body type — not the one-size-fits-all trendy diet of the moment. "It's a necessity, in my opinion," Mitchell said. "There is no silver-bullet approach that works for everyone. I think you have a better chance of sticking to a diet that's tailored to fit you, instead of a...

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