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Suzanne Somers Books: Help for Overweight Women and Men Over Forty

By Edited Dec 1, 2016 0 0

Suzanne Somers Books

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Suzanne Somers is an American born author, businesswoman and actress best known for her memorable roles as Christmas Snow in the American Comedy "Three's Company" and "Carol Lambert in "Step by Step." Along with you long acting credentials Somers, is also an accomplished author and businesswoman. The 64-year-old author, born October 16, 1946 also has written many books to help women and men alike tackle some of the most complex issues related to diet, health and exercise.

Suzanne Somers' Slim and Sexy Forever: The Hormone Solution for Permanent Weight Loss and Optimal Living

"Slim and Sexy Forever", unlike "Sexy Forever: How to Fight Fat After Forty", speaks to both men and women about their weight loss concerns. The book focuses on the issues that plague upper middle-aged men and women including menopause and other signs of aging. Somers explains how bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) and other types of hormones are used to help correct or balance the effects of aging. She suggests that the use of hormone, combined with diet and exercise helps the older man and women gain and maintain a healthy body. Somers has many great recipes in this book and draws from the advice of many different experts this book. Baby boomers especially will find this book most helpful.

Suzanne Somers' Breakthrough: Eight Steps to Wellness

This book in the series of Somer's health and wellness books focuses on medical advancements. Somers discusses new techniques and technology that she believes can help retard aging, promote health and lengthen the lifespan. Somers does promote some very controversial notions in this book, such as banking your own stem cells. Somers herself, who is a cancer survivor, has used some of the same controversial notions in her own wellness endeavors.

Suzanne Somers' The Sexy Years: Discover the Hormone Connection: the Secret to Fabulous Sex, Great Health, and Vitality, for Women and Men

Again, continuing with her area of specialty, Somers speaks to the issues concerning aging men and women. She talks about her own menopausal issues and her experience with hormone replacement therapy. Instead of synthetic hormones, she speaks about her choice to use bioidentical hormones, which is a natural alternative. Somers, also addresses the issue of "male menopause", and adds input and advice from medical professionals on the issues.

Suzanne Somers' Ageless: The Naked Truth About Bioidentical Hormones
Somers addresses bioidentical hormone replacement as a viable treatment in addressing some women's health issues. She addresses weight issues in men; and what they can do to continue to lose weight and keep fit even as they age. She continues to discuss some of the health and wellness issues she talked about in "The Sexy Years."

Suzanne Somers' Eat Great, Lose Weight

The inspiration for this book was Somers getting turned down for a part on a television show because of her weight. Because of her experiences with different diets and weight loss fads, she decided to write this book. Somers presents her idea of "food combining", which she says brought her to a trim and fit116 lbs. Many experts say that "food combining" is a myth but Somers disagrees and puts forth many recipes in this book that she claims allowed her to "eat more than ever" and still lose weight.

 

 

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