Vegan Before 6 00: High Protein Low Carb Vegan Recipes

Vegan Before 6 00: High Protein Low Carb Vegan Recipes

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by Linda Carter
     
 
VB6 can make you healthy and help you to loose weight. This is not not some two-week snake-oil miracle cure—though you’ll probably see changes for the better in the first two weeks you’re on this diet, if you take it seriously— but with an easy-to-make change that you’ll want to stick to for the rest of your life. And best of all, you

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VB6 can make you healthy and help you to loose weight. This is not not some two-week snake-oil miracle cure—though you’ll probably see changes for the better in the first two weeks you’re on this diet, if you take it seriously— but with an easy-to-make change that you’ll want to stick to for the rest of your life. And best of all, you will be able to do just that while eating as well as (or better than) you ever have before, and without denying yourself any food you really love.

In fact, the rules are what VB6 has in common with “regular” diets; because anyone can say (and many people do), “Eat sensibly, don’t overeat, increase your consumption of fruits and vegetables, eat less junk and high-calorie, low-nutrition foods.” If it were that easy, there will be no need for diets. But by telling you “Don’t eat animal products or refined foods during the day, and feel free to eat what you like at night,”

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781304409898
Publisher:
Lulu.com
Publication date:
09/09/2013
Sold by:
LULU PRESS
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
578,365
File size:
311 KB

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I bought this book thinking it was 100% vegan but searching for recipes I noticed that a burrito recipe called for cheese? I am confused. Is the nook book incomplete in it's information? Does the author explain why there is cheese in a vegan book in the paperback version? In addition, the recipes are okay but very little reads very appetizing and there is no information to the author's nutrition background. This is so disappointing!