It's 3 o'clock in the afternoon. You're tired and hungry. It's true -- you didn't eat breakfast. You weren't hungry then. And that cup of coffee and doughnut gave you enough pep to last until lunch. You had a big salad then. Pretty healthy -- all that green stuff, even if you did pour on the dressing. So why are you starved? And where have your energy and concentration gone?
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About the Author
Pamela M. Smith, R.D., is the author of several bestselling books, including Eat Well, Live Well; food for Life; and The Energy Edge. A sought-after national expert on women's health, she is also a leader in the wellness movement and a popular speaker and media guest. Pam's daily radio tips for Living Well are broadcast across North America and in seven foreign countries. Through her work with nationally famous sports figures such as Shaquille O'Neal and sports organizations such as the Orlando Magic, the WNBA, and the PGA, Pam Smith has earned a place as one of America's most trusted nutritionists.
Table of Contents
|1||Right Eating at the Right Time||8|
|2||Fiber and Fat: More of the Best, Less of the Rest||16|
|3||Fruits and Vegetables: A Dynamic Duo||24|
|4||Vitamins and Minerals: Food Is the Best Source||30|
|5||Water: An Essential Nutrient||36|
|6||Food Traps: Robbers of Wellness||38|
|7||The Super-Quick Weight-Loss Diet||42|
|8||Stress-Busters: Exercise and Nutrition||54|
|9||Don't Make Rules--Develop Habits||58|
|10||Dining Out: Making Healthy Choices||64|
|11||At the Grocery Store: Vote for Variety||70|
|Great Sauces, Marinades and More||76|
|Healthy Appetizers and Punches||114|
|The Healthy Gourmet's Guide to Light Entrees||122|
|Whole and Wonderful Grains||166|
|Vegetables With New Zest||182|
|Desserts: A New Way||196|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Eat Well Live Well based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
On page 14 of this book, I was happy to see that the author stated that, quote 'To give your body the best proteins, shift the major source of it from meat and dairy foods to fish, soy products and the other legumes, which are low in calories and fat.' But then, she continues on with the rest of the book and doesn't include these soy products in her weight-loss meal plans. I guess I expected if fish, soy products and legumes were stated to be the BEST source of protein, that they would be more at the forefront of her food plans.