Please Mum, Don't Supersize Me

Keep your family trim and healthy

By: Richard Marc and Joey Toutounji

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Please Mum, Don't Supersize Me is an essential guide to a healthier, happier child. 

It's packed with clear, straightforward information about healthy living for all the family: 






the truth about puppy fat


how to find out if your child really is overweight 


how families can lose weight the safe way 


establishing healthy eating and exercise habits for life 


how to motivate and encourage your children 


setting achievable goals 


teaching your kids to enjoy eating healthy foods and being active.





Healthy children are happier children. As a parent, once you understand the fundamentals of good nutrition and physical exercise, you'll be able to guide your child to a healthy, happier life.



Don't fall into the trap don't supersize your child.



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ISBN: 9781921295119

Published: Feb/08 (AU/NZ)

Format: Non Standard Paperback

Dimensions: 178 mm  x  128 mm

Extent: 160 pages

Rights Sold: Romania

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About The Author

Richard Marc

Richard Marc

Personal Trainer, Author

Richard's area of expertise is very diverse in both the health and the business side of Marc Wellness International. His focus is on business growth for small to medium size businesses through online directories, marketing and business consulting for the health, wellness and fitness industry.

Richard was the youngest qualified and registered personal trainer in Australia. At 18 years old he went on to be the owner of Australia's First Private Fitness Studio "Personal Best". This studio was the first studio to offer small group fitness as well as Personal Training. After a successful sale of the studio in 2001 he took his career overseas on both American and English passenger cruise liners, in which he presented health, wellness and nutritional seminars, as well as fitness programs to thousands of passengers on board throughout Europe, Alaska, Caribbean and Mexico.

Richard returned to Australia and drew his focus heavily in the areas of health and wellness for families, with his passion in the area of children and adolescence. In 2004 he started Lifestyles Corporate Wellness www.corporatewellness.com.au which was to become one of Australia Largest and leading nationwide health and wellness companies. Specialising in Corporate Wellness programs such as Seated Massages, Seminars, Health Expos, Corporate Fitness, Health Checks and Executive Fitness Training.

In 2007 Richard went to the US to live, learn and study with some of the world’s best internet marketing minds, to ensure that his health message could expand and reach many more people online.

In 2008 Richard along with his wife Joey released their book ‘Please Mum, Don’t Super Size Me!’www.pleasemumdontsupersize.com published by Rockpool Publishing. The book was a bestseller appearing in major book stores across the country attracting a large media following including Channel 10 news 6pm, Channel 9 A Current Affair, The Today Show, Alan Jones Breakfast radio, Sydney Morning Herald, New Idea, Home page NineMSN.

In 2009 he sold Lifestyles Corporate Wellness after building it up to a strong team of 80 staff around the country, in the same year Richard launched the Business arm of Marc Wellness International focusing on directory websites for small business to assist them in their own marketing strategies. www.meetyour.com.au as well as www.relocating.com.au which are both industry leaders online.

In 2011 Richard is a contestant on the first series of the Amazing Race Australia along with Joey.

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Joey Toutounji

Joey Toutounji

Fitness Specialist, Author

Joey is a Fitness Specialist who has been in the health and wellness field for over 10 years. Her experience is extremely diverse. She holds two diplomas, a Bachelor of Physical Education and Bachelor of Education, is a Zumba Instructor and in 2011 is the host of Feel Good TV.

Throughout the time Joey has been in the health and wellness industry she has worked with a variety of people in the community ranging from teaching children from the ages of three – 18 years old specializing in Personal Development, Health and Physical Education (primary/elementary, and secondary), Special Education and Dance. She has coached many kids sporting teams such as hockey, swim squad, softball, cricket, volleyball, basketball and netball teams.

In 2002 Joey established her own business spreading the word of Fitness to kids through “Happy Kids Fun Parties” which provided birthday parties for children, with the aim to promote parties that are fun yet active and healthy too.

In 2004 she started the Aussie Kids Rock band Kids4Life, www.kids4life.com.au. Where Joey entertained and educated kids on the importance of being active, good nutrition, positive self esteem, goal setting through live shows, her CD “Be wat you wanna be” and DVD “K4L’S Best Day Ever!”. She has appeared in many media streams including magazines, newspapers, radio and television. Throughout Kids4Life Joey was able to spread the word about healthy living to thousands of kids internationally.

Joey is also a published author, in 2008 her first book “Please Mum, Don’t Supersize Me!”www.pleasemumdontsupersize.com published by Rockpool Publishing, written with Richard Marc Toutounji which was a great success in Australia. The book appeared in major book stores across the country attracting a large media following including Channel 10 News 6pm, Channel 9 A Current Affair, The Today Show, Alan Jones Breakfast radio, Sydney Morning Herald, New Idea and Home page NineMSN

Since 2009 Joey has been hosted a variety of online lifestyle shows and currently the host of Feel Good TV coming to Foxtel in 2011. She has a passion for fitness, health, lifestyle, travel and total wellbeing and through Feel Good TV and her Fitness programs she is able to share with others in the community the importance of leading a healthy, happy, balanced lifestyle. In 2011 Joey will be a contestant on the first series of the Amazing Race Australia along with Richard.

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