THE SOUTH BEACH DIET BOOK TWO: RECIPES, POINTERS AND TIPS - It is not low-carb. Nor is it low-fat. It teaches you to rely on the right carbs and the right fats--the good ones--and enables you to live quite happily without the bad carbs and bad fats. [NOOK Book]

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THE SOUTH BEACH DIET RECIPES AND TIPS
Foods to Enjoy Phase I
Beef: Lean cuts such as ...
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THE SOUTH BEACH DIET BOOK TWO: RECIPES, POINTERS AND TIPS - It is not low-carb. Nor is it low-fat. It teaches you to rely on the right carbs and the right fats--the good ones--and enables you to live quite happily without the bad carbs and bad fats.

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Overview

SNEAK PEAK:

THE SOUTH BEACH DIET RECIPES AND TIPS
Foods to Enjoy Phase I
Beef: Lean cuts such as sirloin (including ground), tenderloin.
Poultry (skinless): Cornish hen, turkey bacon, turkey breast, chicken breast. Seafood: All types of fish and shellfish.
Pork: Boiled ham, Canadian bacon, tenderloin.
Veal: Chop, cutlet, top round.
Luncheon meat: Fat-free or low-fat.

Cheese (fat-free or low-fat): American, Cheddar, cottage cheese, cream cheese substitute (dairy-free), feta.
Nuts: Peanut butter, peanuts, pecans, pistachios.
Eggs: Whole eggs are not limited unless otherwise directed by your doctor. Use egg whites and egg substitute as desired.
Tofu: Use soft, low-fat, or light varieties.
Vegetables and legumes: Artichokes, asparagus, beans and legumes, broccoli, cauliflower, celery, cucumbers, eggplant, lettuce, mushrooms, spinach, tomatoes, zucchini.

Fats: Canola and olive oils.
Spices and seasonings: All seasonings that contain no added sugar, broth, butter sprays, pepper.
Sweets (limit to 75 calories per day): Chocolate powder (no added sugar), cocoa powder (baking type), hard candy, sugar substitute (all sugar-free unless otherwise specified).

Foods to Avoid
Beef: Brisket, liver, rib steaks, other fatty cuts.

Poultry: Chicken wings, thighs, and legs, turkey wings, duck, goose, poultry products (processed).
Pork: Honey-baked ham.
Veal: Breast.
Cheese: Brie, Edam, all full-fat.
Vegetables and legumes: Barley, beets, black-eyed peas, carrots, corn, pinto

3 beans, sweet potatoes, white potatoes, yams.
Fruit: Avoid all fruits and fruit juices during Phase

Starches: Avoid all starchy food during Phase 1, including all types of bread, cereal, matzo, oatmeal, rice, pasta, pastry, potatoes, and baked goods. Dairy: Avoid all dairy foods during Phase 1, including ice cream, milk, soy milk, yogurt.
Miscellaneous Fats: Canola and olive oils.
Spices and seasonings: All seasonings that contain no added sugar, broth, butter sprays, pepper.
Sweets (limit to 75 calories per day): Chocolate powder (no added sugar), cocoa powder (baking type), hard candy, sugar substitute (all sugar-free unless otherwise specified).

No Alcohol of any kind, including beer and wine.
Foods You Can Eat Again Phase II
Fruit: Apples, blueberries, cantaloupe, grapefruit, grapes, mangoes, oranges, peaches.
Dairy: Milk (light soy, fat-free, or 1%), yogurt.
Starches (use sparingly): Bagels (small whole grain), bran muffins, bread (multi-grain, bran, whole wheat), cereal (high-fiber, oatmeal [not instant]), pasta (whole wheat), pita, rice (brown, wild).

Vegetables and legumes: Barley, black-eyed peas, pinto beans, sweet potatoes, yams.
Miscellaneous: Chocolate (bittersweet or semisweet, sparingly), pudding (fatfree).
Foods to Avoid or Eat Rarely
Starches: Bagels (refined wheat), bread (refined wheat, white), cookies, cornflakes, dinner rolls, matzo, pasta (white), potatoes (white baked, instant), rice cakes, rice (white).

Vegetables: Beets, carrots, corn, white potatoes.
Fruit: Bananas, canned fruit, fruit juice, pineapple, raisins, watermelon. Miscellaneous: Honey, ice cream, jam.

Don't Forget (All Phases)
1. Drink at least eight glasses of water or decaf beverages (club soda, unsweetened flavored seltzers, decaf tea or coffee [no sugar], decaf sugarfree sodas) per day.

2. Limit caffeine-containing beverages to 1 cup per day.
3. Take a daily multivitamin and mineral supplement.
4. Take a daily calcium supplement (500 mg for men of all ages and women under 50, 1,000 mg for women over 50).
The following represents a complete list of all the foods and ingredients recommended for Phase I of the South Beach Diet. There are no absolutes here, just a loosely organized list of the things that you'll need to buy (or have at home)

if you want to make all the items on the Phase One Menu Plan for the first 14 days.
South Beach Diet Shopping List Phase 1 Vegetable juice cocktail Tomato juice
Romaine lettuce
Mixed greens
Celery
Asparagus
Cucumbers
Green bell peppers
Red bell peppers
Yellow bell pepper
Cherry tomatoes
10-oz.pkg.frozen chopped spinach Onions (red, yellow, white)
Scallions (green onions)
Boston lettuce
Cucumber
Medium pear-shaped tomatoes
2 medium artichokes
Fennel or endive
Radishes
Avocado
Small head green cabbage
Broccoli
Salmon spread
Smoked salmon
Orange roughy filets
Mahi Mahi
Salmon
Salmon roe (optional)
Shrimp
1 lb. fresh halibut, scrod, swordfish, salmon, or tuna steak cut

one inch thick
6 oz. can water-packed tuna
6 oz. can crabmeat

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013364905
  • Publisher: S.H.W.
  • Publication date: 10/1/2011
  • Series: THE SOUTH BEACH DIET , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 765,075
  • File size: 575 KB

Meet the Author

Arthur Agatston, MD, attended New york University School of Medicine. He did his internal medicine training at Montefiore Medical Center at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and his cardiology fellowship at NYU. He spent a year on staff at NYU while training to best combine both academic medicine with clinical practice. Agatston then moved to the Mt. Sinai Medical Center in Miami Beach, associated with the University of Miami School of Medicine, and later became the director of the Mt. Sinai Non-Invasive Cardiac Lab.

Agatston continued to pursue his practice and research in the field of noninvasive cardiac diagnostics, specifically in the areas of echocardiography and transesophageal echo. He began lecturing regularly and published articles in academic journals on topics such as aortic stenosis, pericarditis, and hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. He also became involved in several societies including the American College of Cardiology, the American Society of Echocardiography, and the American Heart Association, where he served as president of the Greater Miami Chapter.

Agatston and his colleague Warren Janowitz, MD, a radiologist, did early work on quantifying calcium in the coronary arteries as a measure of arteriosclerosis (as a predictor of heart attack and stroke). He is one of the developers of the electron beam tomography scan, or EBT, a screening method used to detect coronary artery disease and other diseases. EBT scans for this purpose are given a score on the "Agatston Scale," to gauge the severity of the disease.

The South Beach Diet: The Delicious, Doctor-Designed, Foolproof Plan for Fast and Healthy Weight Loss, Agatston’s first nonacademic work, provides an important prevention message. Agatston did not set out to develop a weight-loss diet. His role as a heart doctor was to help stop his patients from having heart attacks and strokes. With the advent of the "statin" drugs and further understanding about lipids and cholesterol, he knew there was more he could do. He studied the work of Valetin Fuster, MD, and Bill Castelli, MD, of the famous Framingham Heart Study and pursued the use of EBT as a screening method for early detection of atherosclerosis. He knew his patients weren’t faring well on the standard American Heart Association diet; in fact, they were getting heavier and their blood chemistries weren’t good. Agatston began to investigate diets and the origins of insulin resistance...
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