The Reverse Diet: Lose 20, 50, 100 Pounds or More by Eating Dinner for Breakfast and Breakfast for Dinner

The Reverse Diet: Lose 20, 50, 100 Pounds or More by Eating Dinner for Breakfast and Breakfast for Dinner

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by Tricia Cunningham, Heidi Skolnik MS, CDN
     
 

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Enjoy delicious foods, reduce cravings, and lose weight!

"The Reverse Diet is a smart and effective way to lose weighta??and keep it off."
a??Lisa Callahan, M.D., author of The Fitness Factor

"A simple, smart concept that will help people rethink the way they eat."
a??Matt Bean, Senior Editor, Men's Health magazine

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Enjoy delicious foods, reduce cravings, and lose weight!

"The Reverse Diet is a smart and effective way to lose weighta??and keep it off."
a??Lisa Callahan, M.D., author of The Fitness Factor

"A simple, smart concept that will help people rethink the way they eat."
a??Matt Bean, Senior Editor, Men's Health magazine

Have you tried diets on which you lost weight, only to have it creep back? This popular diet plan allows you to lose pounds and keep them off simply by reversing your meals. You fuel your body in the morninga??when you need energy the mosta??then have healthy snacks, a hearty lunch, and a refreshing light dinner. Combining dozens of delicious recipes, several weeks of meal plans, and plenty of motivational tips and support, The Reverse Diet teaches you to:

  • Determine the goal weight that's right for you
  • Choose nutritious foods from the extensive Reverse Diet food list
  • Break through your emotional and motivational obstacles
  • Reach and maintain a healthy weight
  • Handle plateaus, problems, dining out, and slip-ups

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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
The adage "breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, dinner like a pauper" inspired this book, for Cunningham, a motivational speaker who lost 172 pounds in nine months with that approach. She and coauthor Skolnik, a nutritionist, met while filming a food-centric segment for Good Morning America, and have paired up to recommend a lifestyle change that emphasizes fueling up with a larger meal early in the day and, in the later hours, replenishing as needed via snacks and smaller meals. While much of the duo's advice is not new (whole foods are preferable to processed ones, eat more vegetables, avoid sugary sodas), it is intriguing. Food lists, portion information and recipes help with planning ahead-preparing meals ahead of time is also key, the authors say. A section on setting realistic goals aims to help readers manage their expectations, and recommendations for using a "hunger scale" encourage mindfulness. (Jan.) Copyright 2006 Reed Business Information.
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* The adage ""breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, dinner like a pauper"" inspired this book, for Cunningham, a motivational speaker who lost 172 pounds in nine months with that approach. She and coauthor Skolnik, a nutritionist, met while filming a food-centric segment for Good Morning America, and have paired up to recommend a lifestyle change that emphasizes fueling up with a larger meal early in the day and, in the later hours, replenishing as needed via snacks and smaller meals. While much of the duo's advice is not new (whole foods are preferable to processed ones, eat more vegetables, avoid sugary sodas), it is intriguing. Food lists, portion information and recipes help with planning ahead—preparing meals ahead of time is also key, the authors say. A section on setting realistic goals aims to help readers manage their expectations, and recommendations for using a ""hunger scale"" encourage mindfulness. (Jan.) (Publishers Weekly, December 11, 2006)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781118039038
Publisher:
Turner Publishing Company
Publication date:
12/15/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
272
Sales rank:
798,880
File size:
1 MB

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