From the Back Cover
Eat a big breakfast, lose a lot of weight: It sounds counterintuitive, but it's true. Based on groundbreaking research into how the body's hormones and metabolism process foods differently depending on when you eat
, The Big Breakfast Diet
offers a 28-day-program—plus recipes—that lets you eat the foods you love (a doughnut or ice cream included) with the promise that you will lose significant weight and keep it off.
The science proves it: A diet based around a big, protein-rich breakfast sheds pounds; revs up metabolism; helps burn more calories by day and fat by night; banishes carb cravings; provides energy to burn; and satisfies hunger all day.
Learn to give your body the food it needs, when it needs it, and the rest is a piece of cake. Or pizza.
As actress Eva Mendes says, "I never leave my house without a big breakfast, and I've never had a weight problem; after reading this book, I know why."
About the Author
Daniela Jakubowicz, M.D., is a specialist in endocrinology and metabolic disease. Her studies have been published in The New England Journal of Medicine
and The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism
. She is originally from Venezuela, where an earlier version of her book, ¡Ni Una Dieta Mas! (Not Another Diet!)
, became a South American phenomenon.