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Flat Belly Diet! Paperback – December 22, 2009
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About the Author
Liz Vaccariello is senior vice president and editor-in-chief of Prevention, the #1 healthy lifestyle magazine brand with nearly 11 million readers. Vaccariello regularly appears on Today and Good Morning America. She's also been featured on The Biggest Loser, Rachael Ray, the Early Show, and The View.
Cynthia Sass, MPH, RD, Prevention's former nutrition director, has more than 15 years of experience helping people lose weight.
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- Lose inches in just 4 days
- Drop up to 15 pounds in 32 days
- Boost your energy as the weight falls off!
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Top Customer Reviews
First off, I study the major medical changes in diets. That means, I scoff at the "university studies" you see in the news or magazines with "shocking" news that was only done in limited time on a limited number of people, not using things like a hyperbolic chamber to measure caloric expenditure etc. Some diet news is simply not regulated and only done to MAKE the news.
However, there are other medical studies that are accepted as fact and have changed dieting as well as updated medical journals of physicians...because they are done as long as an 8 year study with almost a thousand people or with major medical controlled studies at, for example, Johns Hopkins University.
These I discuss with clients and these go into the medical journal as fact and working.
And this book took ALL of them into each meal.
I am small, I work out often, I have never been able to go over 1,300 calories per day however when I want to lose weight. And I'm always hungry...Read more ›
They do recommend some brands of things that are hard to find, but it tells you in the book how to substitute as long as it has similar ingredients and calories. The diet can be a little pricey to start with... lots of nuts and so forth.. but they last a long time so your not buying them every week. I purchased mine at BJ's and Trader Joes where they are cheaper. I'm sure if you stopped buying all the other stuff (chips, dips,sauces, etc) the cost would probably even out.
I find this diet is really successful for me because it's not very restrictive, so I know I can stick to it and really simple to follow.
If you are considering buying this book, I found the pocket book a bit more helpful with the food menu's, recipes and shopping. The cookbook is also good. So maybe just get this one from the library and actually buy the pocket guide.
It worked for me anyway... hope you found this helpful.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Just another diet book trying to sell you diet myths. I bought this book in 2009 out of curiosity before I knew any better. Read morePublished 1 month ago by EddieP50
recipes easy and delicious. Who would have known that a diet book would be great food. I have lost 2. Read morePublished 1 month ago by diane e myers