The foreword to Oprah Winfrey's personal trainer's newly revised bestseller is by the lady herself - who recently admitted ballooning back to 200 pounds-plus (and is on her way back down).
Oprah's weight gain doesn't reflect on her, or on Greene (you can't find a smarter book). But it shows that, even with a personal chef and an on-call trainer, you can't maintain success if, like Oprah, you try to eat your problems away.
This is a step-by-step plan, with small changes - adding movement, choosing healthier foods - and an unusual emphasis on the emotional reasons for overeating.
THE BOTTOM LINE
If you don't figure out what's making you fat, Greene says - "misusing food to help you cope with life" - you'll probably gain it back.