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Chadwick, Dara
January 2007
Shape;Jan2007, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p94
The article presents the author's comments on why she wants to lose weight. She has always been active, but also a bit of an emotional eater. As a result, the weight crept up slowly, a few pounds with each passing year. Her distress over her weight is not simply a vanity issue, she worries that the extra weight, she is carrying will affect her health. She does not want to become a super-model. She just wants to shed 25 pounds and adopt healthier lifestyle habits.


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