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The Pink Ribbon Diet: A Revolutionary New Weight Loss Plan to Lower Your Breast Cancer Risk Paperback – September 28, 2010
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Publishers Weekly, 8/16/10
“This user-friendly and preventive diet plan will benefit every woman concerned about breast cancer and health.”
“[The Pink Ribbon Diet] offers some delicious dishes.”
“A delightful cookbook…The plan is convenient and flexible and serves up delicious choices for every meal and snack of the day. Not only is the ‘Pink Ribbon’ program more promising than the conventional, recommended low-fat diet, it also is an eating plan that women find more satisfying and can sustain for life.”
Today’s Dietitian, March 2011
“Nutrition professionals will want to add this innovative book to their shelf.”
Top Customer Reviews
I confess I was skeptical at first, thinking this was another diet that was full of "don't's", but I was pleasantly surprised to discover that the recipes (there are 150) are great and foods that are discouraged aren't missed. I love soups and there are plenty to choose from, along with sandwiches, baked goods, casseroles and salads. Meat is allowed, as are cheese and eggs, but in limited quantities for reasons the authors give based on the study. This book isn't pushing vegetarianism, but documents real reasons why some meats in high quantities increase the cancer risk, whereas whole grains, olive oil, vegetables, and fruit actually help the body fight cancer and lose weight. The book outlines a 1500 calorie diet and gives sample weekly meal plans along with recipes and advice on how to stock a pantry with more healthful, cancer-fighting foods.
This is a diet book that does restrict calories and some foods while focusing on those that promote healing and weight management. The reasons for the restrictions are based on what increases the risk of cancer and what helps prevent it.Read more ›
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Easy to understand. Tasty recipes for dishes that you can feel good about eating!Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
SIMPLISTIC - REPLETE WITH SIMPLISTIC BUT DISCREDITED IDEAS.
Mary Flynn’s PINK RIBBON DIET book is deeply disappointing. Read more
This is a wonderful book! Very informative and easy to read and follow. I would recommend it to all women!Published 11 months ago by nancy bethencourt
Love the recipes and after a week on diet - no more chocolate or "sweet" cravings! Worth the investment!!Published 17 months ago by Cheryl Loeffler