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Flat Belly Diet! Paperback – December 22, 2009
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From the Back Cover
Join the million-plus people who have found the answer to losing their belly fat while eating satisfying and delicious foods.
With the Flat Belly Diet you can:
- Lose inches in just 4 days
Drop up to 15 pounds in 32 days
Boost your energy as the weight falls off!
Prevention, America's most trusted healthy-living magazine, presents the New York Times-bestseller Flat Belly Diet in mass market--now with a new foreword by Dr. David L. Katz describing new research about the many health and weight loss benefits of this amazing eating plan. Enjoy delicious dishes such as Seared Wild Salmon with Mango Salsa, Slow Cooker Chili, and Pumpkin-Maple Cheesecake--and you will lose belly inches and greatly enhance your likelihood of living a longer and healthier life.--This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.
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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sliced cucumber, lemon, grated ginger, and fresh mint
I like to put it in a pitcher that diffuses flavor but keeps the seeds and ginger gratings. Delicious!
If you are already eating healthy, you may want to try the book Cinch, by Cynthia Sass. But, if you are just starting out trying to change your lifestyle, this is a decent place to start.
The premise is to eat 1 large serving fruit or vegetable, 1 protein, 1 whole grain, 1 plant-based fat, and some spice at every meal - keeping the portions under control, and drinking plenty of water. See, not exactly groundbreaking.
Another good thing about the book is that even if you know about nutrition and the proper way to eat, it can sometimes be difficult to do so. Some people do much better following a "diet" that provides all of the rules and regiment to stick to. This would be a good book for that type of person.