Diet Simple: 195 Mental Tricks, Substitutions, Habits & Inspirationsby Katherine Tallmadge
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The secret to losing weight and keeping it off for good is simple. It’s the small, easy changes you make in eating that have the most dramatic and lasting results. Diet Simple is the only program that shows you exactly which changes to make and how much weight you can expect to lose. Learn how to replace/b>/i>/b>
Matching Tips to Pounds
The secret to losing weight and keeping it off for good is simple. It’s the small, easy changes you make in eating that have the most dramatic and lasting results. Diet Simple is the only program that shows you exactly which changes to make and how much weight you can expect to lose. Learn how to replace fat-laden habits you’ll never miss, make substitutions you’ll relish, and retool your mind to view eating in a whole new way. All in a style that’s fresh, entertaining, and fun. Here’s just a taste of what you’ll discover inside:
- How singing in the shower can help you lose 26 pounds.
- How visiting “Old MacDonald” can help your kids lose 10 pounds.
- How your alarm clock can help you lose 14 pounds.
- How “Batch” Recipes can help you lose 40 pounds.
Plus lots more tips for the whole family!
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Meet the Author
Katherine Tallmadge, MA, RD, is internationally recognized and respected in the nutrition and weight loss field. She is also prized and sought after by the media for her expertise. National Spokesperson for The American Dietetic Association, she regularly appears on CNN and FOX News, and major network news programs such as ABC’s Good Morning America, 20/20, and ABC Nightly News, NBC’s Today Show and Evening News, and CBS’s Good Morning and CBS Nightly News. She has been featured on Jon Stewart’s The Daily Show, The Emeril Lagasse Show, and PBS’s Talk of the Nation. She is quoted in USA Today, Newsweek, the New York Times, Good Housekeeping, Martha Stewart, and others. She is an award-winning journalist and has written columns for The Washington Post, Shape Magazine, Vegetarian Times, and Restaurants & Institutions. She regularly contributes to Politico, Eating Well Magazine and others. She has been named “Best Nutritionist” by The Washington Post and Harpers’ Bazaar. Katherine is passionate about helping people transform their health and their lives. She has been sharing her insights through counseling, corporate wellness programs, speaking engagements, and media appearances for more than twenty years.
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