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VIDEO from PEOPLE Magazine Available on thenewsmarket.com: "Half Their Size" PEOPLE Magazine Unveils Its Special Double Issue Real-Life Weight Loss without Surgery, Fad Diets or Miracle Pills; and the Results of a New Survey on How America Eats

Dec 30, 2010 (02:12 PM EST)
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NEW YORK, Dec. 30, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- See video from PEOPLE Magazine at:

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Just in time to kick-off the New Year, PEOPLE magazine will unveil its special double-issue, "Half Their Size." This popular issue will offer readers amazing stories of real-life weight loss without surgery, fad diets or miracle pills. The magazine will be available on newsstands beginning Saturday, January 1st for two weeks. PEOPLE also has a feature called "Family Act." In this story twin sisters, a husband and a wife and sister and brother-in-law inspired each other to get fit. In addition to stories of real-life weight loss, it will feature the specific diets and workout regimens used by those profiled to help readers kick start their own body transformations. Five people reveal the bad habits they broke to lose weight and gain new bodies as well as a new outlook on life. The "Half Their Size" issue will feature easy ways to turn fruit into sweet and tasty treats as well as an article about an office where co-workers lost weight together. The special issue will also feature celebrity weight loss winners who lost weight and kept it off.

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