They explain that carbohydrate addicts most commonly crave popcorn, breads, bagels, rice, pasta, potatoes, ice cream, chocolate, pie, cookies, crackers, cake, fruit and fruit juice, potato chips, and pretzels. A questionnaire at the beginning of the book determines if you're indeed a carbohydrate addict, and if so, to what extent. (For those readers whose quiz doesn't indicate addiction, but who are bothered by their food cravings, the authors recommend a doctor's visit for an explanation.) The book includes a diet plan with dozens of easy recipes, a chart of the carbohydrate content of many common foods, and lists of binge triggers to watch for. The most appealing part of the diet--and one reason that it wins raves from its followers--is its once-a-day reward meal, which allows you to eat anything you want. The authors also offer helpful tips for incorporating the diet away from home, such as at parties and restaurants.
I'm not sure that such presizing measure of carbs- is a "life long solution"Published 27 days ago by Sarina
This had little new to add to my knowledge, but would be good for a novice to dieting.Published 1 month ago by Connie White
I am finally on the road to freedom from fat! This eating lifestyle is FUN, healthy, and liberating! NO MORE CRAVINGS!
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After reading this book and making some changes to the time of day that I eat carbs, I learned a lot about myself. Yes, I am a Cabohydrate Addict.Published 2 months ago by D. E. Denman
I might re- read this when I feel up to making notes from the lengthy paragraphs on the hows and whys, the sheer breadth and width of what to eat... It's an ideal book for some. Read morePublished 3 months ago by April2010