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Marion Robert D Acupuncturist
(512) 327-6562
3939 Bee Caves Road
Austin, TX
 
Weight Management Austin
(512) 501-6405
7000 N Mo Pac Expy # 2
Austin, TX

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Texas Weight Loss Ctr-Austin
(512) 617-4142
7901 Cameron Rd
Austin, TX

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Nicole's Body Wraps
(512) 636-4498
900 Round Rock Ave
Round Rock, TX

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Fitness Headquarters
(512) 322-0282
1211 West 6th Street
Austin, TX
 
The Center For Health & Healing - The Hills Medical Group
(512) 327-4886
4201 Bee Cave Rd, B112
Austin, TX
 
Jenny Craig Weight Loss Ctr
(512) 899-0001
5601 Brodie Ln # 800
Sunset Valley, TX

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Herbalife
(512) 899-0919
5509 Porsche Ln
Austin, TX

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Ironsmith the Fitness Doctors
(512) 454-4766
1701 W 35th St
Austin, TX
 
Foundation For Divine Consciousness
(512) 476-8884
2103 Newfield Ln
Austin, TX
 
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Weight Loss Confidential

Weight Loss Confidential: How Teens Lose Weight and Keep It Off – and What They Wish Parents Knew, by Anne M. Fletcher, might look like just another teen weight-loss book, but it comes from a woman who watched the struggles of her own overweight teen firsthand.

Fletcher, who is also the author of Thin for Life, and a dietitian whose own son, Wes, battled with his weight and body image, puts her private expertise as a mom and her professional know-how as a dietitian to work in developing a strategy for parents and overweight teens to lose the weight – as a team.

Fletcher warns in the book that negative criticism and pushing your teen to lose weight never works. She solidifies my favorite motto: “Anyone who wants to lose weight needs to do it for themselves.” She emphasizes that teens must find their own internal motivation for losing weight and keeping it off.

Weight Loss Confidential tracks the progress of 41 teen boys and 63 teen girls, through Fletcher’s in-depth interviews and case studies. The teens come from across North America and all walks of life. The common factors for successful weight loss that she found were healthy food choices and portion sizes, and physical exercise. In all cases, she found that unconditional parental support made for the most success.

Throughout the book, Fletcher emphasized healthy attitudes and realistic expectations. She recommends that teens work with their physicians to ...

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