You're not going to try one more fad diet that leaves you feeling hungry and deprived. What's the point? When the beast - hunger - attacks, you grab the nearest Twinkie or double-chocolate brownie. Eventually you give up on your struggle to lose weight and go back to your old, bad eating habits. You may have given up on weight loss, but at least you're not miserable.
It doesn't have to be this way. You can lose the weight, keep it off and beat the beast at the same time. The But I'm Hungry! diet/life plan provides the exact combination of healthy foods and lifestyle changes you need to lose weight, feel great and never be hungry again. No more fad diets, just healthy living."
|Publisher:||Springer Publishing Company|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.00(d)|
About the Author
"Crystal Petrello, MS, RD, is an experienced and accomplished registered dietitian operating her own dietary consulting company, Crystal Clear Wellness & Nutrition, in Las Vegas, Nevada. She's also a member of the American Dietetic Association, American Diabetes Association, and the American Congenital Heart Disease Association. She's also the Physician's Committee for Responsible Medicine's RD spokesperson for Las Vegas.||While serving in the Air National Guard, she earned her bachelor's degree in medical dietetics from Ohio State University. Later she earned a master's degree in community nutrition and health from Ohio University, where she conducted research around how fruit and vegetable consumption reflect perceptions of health and food security.||Her work and volunteer experience has brought her around the world from Indian reservations in Minnesota to rural hospitals in India. Recently, she served as the director of nutrition for a hospital in southern Ohio and later managing dietitian for an Arizona WIC program.||Crystal has taught classes for the annual Celiac Disease Conference at Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus, Ohio.|"
"Edited by Sue Mellen president of YourWriters, began her career more than 20 years ago as a feature/arts and entertainment writer for the Cape Cod Times. During her seven years as a writer for the Cape's only daily paper, she wrote movie, theater and music reviews and produced a regular column profiling local artists and craftspeople. In recent years, Sue has specialized in business/ technology, writing regularly for Mass High Tech, Boston Business Journal, Worcester Business Journal and the News and Information page for DCI's Web site. ||She has written articles for the Boston Globe and produced two novels, one of which she sold to an independent film company. She has also taught writing at Northern Essex Community College and worked in health care and automotive public relations. Sue also produces content for corporate Web sites and marketing communications pieces.|"
Table of ContentsStep 1: Learn
1. Decoding Hunger
2. What Your Body Needs Vs. What You Think It Needs
3. What Satisfaction Feels Like
4. Throwing Exercise into the Mix
5. Revving Up for Weight Loss
6. Set Your Mind on Weight Loss
7. Your Weight-Loss Toolbox
Step 2: Live
8. Satisfaction Solution: Eat Five Times a Day
9. Satisfaction Solution: Combining Carbs with Protein or Fat
10. Satisfaction Solution: Protein
11. Satisfaction Solution: Fat
12. Satisfaction Solution: Fiber
13. Satisfaction Solution: Water
14. Satisfaction Solution: De-Stress
15. Satisfaction Solution: Sleep
16. Going the Long Haul
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I just got this last night but we've looked all through it already. There's a lot of good information in here that we can use. My husband and I both already go to the gym and try to pay a lot of attention to nutrition and this had some good information for us. The book details how to deal with that feeling of being hungry and not just grabbing any old thing to eat which can be difficult when you are busy. It gets into the science of why we may have that feeling even though we should have eaten enough. We both really liked the ideas of what to add to healthy snacks to make them satisfy hunger more. We eat a lot of fish and it gives a website for finding out what fish is healthiest for you right now (based on mercury levels and things like that). It details how much water you need and how much protein. The protein guide is good for us because some in my family do use protein drinks and it's good to know how much we should all actually be getting. Also, it specifically says what you can safely eat at fast food restaurants that we go to. It's a great resource! I usually give books away after I read them and my husband actually asked, "Is this ours to keep?" We will be keeping this one. Didn't really like the recipes so that's why it's not 5 stars. Besides that it's very helpful.