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Learn five simple rules to shed excess-weight and
maintain a healthy weight for life Get a Look Inside...
…without another day of dieting!
What the Experts are Saying...
"Where other books offer quick-
fix dieting fads, Brett Blumenthal
offers a refreshing approach to
healthy eating as a lifestyle.
Whether you've been dieting for
years or are already on a path to
healthy living, "GET REAL" is a
fantastic resource that's relevant
for a lifetime."
for a lifetime."
The power of this book is in its simplicity. With only five simple rules – the “GET REAL” principles – you will
lose weight (if you need to) and maintain a healthy weight for life, without dieting. The rules are founded in
Lauren Mackler - Bestselling Author of Solemate:
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Healthy eating may seem overly complicated, BUT IT ISN’T!!! The trick is to make it simple. “GET REAL” and
pragmatic and easy guide to
STOP Dieting! is based on five simple rules that makes healthy eating truly manageable. To be absolutely
leading a healthier lifestyle. It's
sure you will be able to put these rules into action, the book is supplemented with the “GET REAL Toolkit:”
the "diet book" for people who
hate diet books!"
Andrew Brooks - Founder, Gnu Foods
"While many people want to lose
weight and try a wide variety of
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dieting or regain the lost weight
once they achieve their goal.
We all know that dieting isn’t sustainable. However, people who have adhered to the five “GET REAL” "GET REAL" and STOP Dieting!
principles have found that they can do so for the long-term. They don’t feel deprived. They don’t feel hungry. offers a no nonsense approach
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weight that they had been struggling to lose for years. make a huge difference to
anyone who follows its precepts.
Whether you are looking to lose extra weight or just want to tweak your diet to make it healthier, “GET REAL” Ms. Blumenthal has done a superb job of
and STOP Dieting! provides you with a no-nonsense approach to eating healthy for life that works. demystifying the subject and presenting, in lay
terminology, facts and strategies that make healthy
eating understandable, possible and. . .yes. . . even
William H. Koch, M.D.
"Brett Blumenthal's approach to
a healthier and leaner body is
presented in a straightforward,
no nonsense way. "GET REAL"
and STOP Dieting! shows you
how to "keep it natural" while
keeping it simple!"
Pete Cerqua - Author of The
90-Second Fitness Solution
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Brett Blumenthal's "GET REAL"
and Stop Dieting! is a wonderful
guide to better health."
Alex Ong - Author of Mind
Your Own Wellness
If you are looking for practical
tips and a no-nonsense
approach to eating well and
effective weight management,
"GET REAL" is the book for you.
This book is geared both toward
those without a background
knowledge of nutrition as well as
those who have the knowledge
but want to take it one step further and tweak their
eating style to make it healthier. Whether you are an
adult with a corporate job, a weekend warrior, a full-
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achieve your healthy eating goals.
Brooke Joanna Benlifer, RD - Private Practice
Dietitian & Media Consultant, San Diego, CA
‘“Get Real” by Brett Blumenthal
is a REALLY awesome book. To
the point, filled with tips that
work, sculpted and layered to
generate results. In a world often
filled with too much talk, this
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