Health - Diet & Nutrition
by Arthur Agatston, MD
If you're like most Americans, chances are that work and family keep you busy and on the go. Probably you purchase at least one meal a day in some sort of restaurant. But can you dine out regularly and still stick to the South Beach Diet? The answer is a definite "Yes."
Inspired by the sun-drenched foods and vibrant lifestyle of California's breathtakingly beautiful wine country, The Sonoma Diet is a surefire weight loss plan based on wholesome, satisfying, flavorful meals.
One of New York's top weight-control doctors finally reveals the secrets to the enviably lean bodies leaving her Park Avenue offices. Based on science, and proved by the success of client after client, Dr. Jana Klauer's diet is the key to how successful, rich, and busy modern men and women get it off and keep it off.
Think of your most addictive foods, the ones that make you lose control -- they're usually a jumble of sweet, salty, and savory flavors. Eaten alone, none of those flavors will make you fat. But when you combine them, you'll usually eat too much.
The South Beach Diet is more than a renowned weight loss program that has helped millions lose pounds and improve their health. It's a lifestyle based on what experts agree is the healthiest way to eat: a diet based on good fats, good carbohydrates, lean sources of protein, lots of fiber, and plenty of great-tasting, nutrient-dense whole foods.
Is it possible for you to shed pounds without cooking two different meals -- one for you and one for the rest of the family? Do you find your husband's chocolate ice cream or the kids' potato chips irresistible? And could your family ever join together to get lean and fit?
Finally ready to jump off the dieting merry-go-round? Are you fed up with risking your health using diet pills and supplements that don't deliver on their promises? Have you had it with feeling ashamed about your weight and guilty about every bite you eat? Well, you've come to the right place.
Alex Jamieson shows us how to clean up our lives by replacing packaged foods with whole, fresh, healthful foods that will strengthen our systems, restore our vitality, and protect us from major illnesses and disease.
With a foreword by Mehmet Oz, M.D., and 40 lush color photographs, 12 Best Foods Cookbook reveals on every page that perhaps the ultimate benefit of eating what's good for you is how very good it can taste.
As a professional chef for 25 years, Rozanne Gold is a big believer in using only the best and freshest ingredients -- and treating them simply to achieve fabulously flavorful results. Now Gold works her 1-2-3 magic on low-carb cooking.
Modern agriculture and food-preservation methods have done serious damage to the human diet. The detrimental effects on the human body caused by acidic wastes from processed food and chemical additives are myriad.