You've no doubt heard of the 'French paradox';
the French eat well, drink well but still, in general, remain
remarkably slim - how do they do it? Mireille Guiliano will
show you how - and it certainly doesn't involve paying for
overpriced diet foods, pills or any of the other products that
Americans spend $50 billion dollars on each year (see sidebar)!
Guiliano's advice is far from revolutionary, but that of course is the point - she's not advocating the new extreme this or that, just simple, commonsense eating and lifestyle habits that will keep you healthy and fit.
Of course, a pedant would be forced to suggest that a more accurate title for Guiliano's book would be "Most French Women Didn't Used to Get Fat". The reality is that France is suffering an obesity "epidemic" just like much...
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