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The Best Diet Book Ever
by Joseph Parent
THE BEST DIET BOOK EVER: The Zen of Losing Weight, is a ground-breaking book that offers a fresh new perspective on the weight-loss journey: the freedom to enjoy positive choices rather than the pain and sacrifice of strict diets.
Easy to read and simple to apply, the tools in this book will empower you to fulfill the goals of the best diet program there is-your own.
Poor decisions are what make you gain weight and good choices are what enable you to lose weight. Your brain will respond to the changes you make, and your body will, too. Instead of recipes and requirements, you’ll receive time-tested techniques for being more present and mindful while cultivating good eating and exercise habits.
THE BEST DIET BOOK EVER provides great information and practical strategies that will help you become the lighter, slimmer you that you long to be.
The Best Life Diet Revised and Updated
by Bob Greene
What sets Bob apart from all the other experts who claim to have plans that work is that he admits that weight loss is difficult: seventeen years of watching people struggle to lose weight on a seemingly endless string of trendy crash diets, only to backslide and regain the pounds they’ve shed, have taught him that dropping pounds is not simply a numbers game. By acknowledging that it is not simple laziness but a complicated web of social rituals, cultural expectations, and habits that drives people to gain weight, Greene is able to attack the problem of weight loss realistically and offer not a short-lived, quick-fix formula, but a long-term program that accounts for the challenges and constraints of the real world.
Divided into three phases, The Best Life Diet gives you the tools you need to change your life. In each phase, you’ll be asked to reexamine the decisions you make on a daily basis and gradually alter your habits to achieve lasting results. The book also includes easy-to-follow meal plans that make it simple to meet your daily energy and nutrient requirements, whether you are on the run and breakfast means a quick smoothie or you have time to shop for fresh produce and make something special.
You’ll watch the weight disappear as you learn to prepare festive and flavorful dishes like Fire-Roasted Tomato-Shrimp Veracruz, Chicken Sausage Jambalaya, or Flank Steak with Chimichurri Topping and indulge in desserts like Roasted Peaches with Ricotta and Almonds or Apple Rhubarb Walnut Crisp. And for each delicious recipe, there is a detailed nutritional analysis, so you know exactly what you are eating and how it fits into your personal eating plan.
Most important, Bob’s plan doesn’t end once you’ve lost the weight. Instead, it gives you the tools you need to make living your best life second nature, because for Greene, a diet is not something you go “on” or “off” but a set of guidelines that will help you claim the life you deserve.
The Only Diet Book You’ll Ever Need
by Cyndi Targosz
I-nterested in long-term results?
E-xcited for the new and improved you?
T-ime to get a move on!
Tired of the roller-coaster ride called dieting? You are not alone! Now, with nationally celebrated weight-loss expert Cyndi Targosz as your guide, you can say goodbye to fly-by-night fad diets, create a real plan for losing – and keeping off – the weight, and have a great time doing it!
Complete with tips and tricks for curbing your cravings, personalizing your plan of attack, and embracing your new delicious life, you’ll be on the track to a better you in no time. With Cyndi’s Secrets’ for success, you will learn how to:
- find out the real reason you’re overweight
- Adapt the new Food Pyramid to your nutritional needs
- Shop, cook, and dine (in or out) and stay on course
Let Cyndi and her one-of-a-kind program refresh, inspire, and energize you. With The Only Diet Book You’ll Ever Need, your new life starts today. What are you waiting for?
Smart People Don’t Diet
by Charlotte Markey
The 20/20 Diet
by Phil McGraw
In The 20/20 Diet, Dr. Phil McGraw identiﬁes seven reasons other diets fail people over and over again: hunger, cravings, feeling of restriction, impracticality and expense, boredom, temptations, and disappointing results or plateaus. Then, he addresses each of these roadblocks by applying the latest research and theories that have emerged since his last best seller on the same topic, The Ultimate Weight Solution. Dr. Phil and his team have created a plan that you can start following right now and continue working for the rest of your life. In this diet, readers will start by eating only 20 key ingredients, called the “20/20 Foods,” which theories indicate may help enhance your body’s thermogenesis and help you feel full. But that’s just the beginning. This book explains why you haven’t been able to lose the weight before, and empowers you with cognitive, behavioral, environmental, social and nutritional tools so you can ﬁnally reach your goal, and learn lifelong healthy habits to maintain those results.
by David Ludwig
Forget calories. Forget cravings. Forget dieting. ALWAYS HUNGRY? reveals a liberating new way to tame hunger and lose weight . . . for good.
Forget everything you’ve been taught about dieting. In the New York Times bestseller ALWAYS HUNGRY?, renowned endocrinologist Dr. David Ludwig explains why traditional diets don’t work, and presents a radical new plan to help you lose weight without hunger, improve your health, and feel great.For over two decades, Dr. Ludwig has been at the forefront of research into weight control. His groundbreaking studies show that overeating doesn’t make you fat; the process of getting fat makes you overeat. That’s because fat cells play a key role in determining how much weight you gain or lose. Low-fat diets work against you, by triggering fat cells to hoard more calories for themselves, leaving too few for the rest of the body. This “hungry fat” sets off a dangerous chain reaction that leaves you feeling ravenous as your metabolism slows down. Cutting calories only makes the situation worse-creating a battle between mind and metabolism that we’re destined to lose. You gain more weight, even as you struggle to eat less food.
ALWAYS HUNGRY? turns dieting on its head with a three-phase program that ignores calories and targets fat cells directly. The recipes and meal plan include luscious high fat foods (like nuts and nut butters, full fat dairy, avocados, and dark chocolate), savory proteins, and natural carbohydrates. The result? Fat cells release their excess calories and you lose weight-and inches-without battling cravings and constant hunger. This is dieting without deprivation.
ONE OF THE “BEST DIETS 2016” (NPR’S THE SALT)
“10 MOST EXCITING HEALTHY BOOKS TO READ IN 2016,” (WELL + GOOD)
The No Need To Diet Book
by Pixie Turner
Our obsession with being healthy and living forever has driven us to push our bodies to the absolute limits, but still every year we’re being told how unhealthy we are as a population. Despite a wealth of information at our fingertips, there are still so many things we get wrong about food and health.
The No Need To Diet Book explains the reasons why diets and over exercising don’t work; the problems with eating for aesthetic goals; the science behind orthorexia, food anxieties and emotional eating, and other unhealthy habits formed by misinformation. This book will challenge our misconceptions about what is healthy, and get to the heart of it using evidence-based science.
The Plant-Based Solution
by Joel K. Kahn
With The Plant-Based Solution, Dr. Kahn provides a comprehensive guide for moving toward a plant-based diet, supported by decades of scientific studies on our health and our environment. A vegan of over 30 years, Dr. Kahn includes a 21-day plan for implementing changes in your own life, complete with easy and delicious recipes from his popular vegan restaurant, the Greenspace Café in Ferndale, Michigan.
Join Dr. Kahn to explore: Expanding compassion through vegan living; how plant-based eating impacts global warming; plants and your gut health; major religions and veganism; the surprising link between vegan diets and sex drive; reversing cancer and autoimmune disease; why plants might hold the key to better aging; and more!
The Super Health Diet
by K. C. Craichy
Diet and the Disease of Civilization
by Adrienne Rose Bitar
Diet books contribute to a $60-billion industry as they speak to the 45 million Americans who diet every year. Yet these books don’t just tell readers what to eat: they offer complete philosophies about who Americans are and how we should live. Diet and the Disease of Civilization interrupts the predictable debate about eating right to ask a hard question: what if it’s not calories—but concepts—that should be counted?
Cultural critic Adrienne Rose Bitar reveals how four popular diets retell the “Fall of Man” as the narrative backbone for our national consciousness. Intensifying the moral panic of the obesity epidemic, they depict civilization itself as a disease and offer diet as the one true cure.
Bitar reads each diet—the Paleo Diet, the Garden of Eden Diet, the Pacific Island Diet, the detoxification or detox diet—as both myth and manual, a story with side effects shaping social movements, driving industry, and constructing fundamental ideas about sickness and health. Diet and the Disease of Civilization unearths the ways in which diet books are actually utopian manifestos not just for better bodies, but also for a healthier society and a more perfect world.