How to Eat Well and Not Wear It stands above the plethora of nutrition and weight loss books with its fresh, fun, and engaging presentation. Want to make healthier food choices? Try viewing them as “those you wear and those you don’t!” Nancy Bennett, a registered dietitian and certified diabetes educator, teams up with Roy Doty, the veteran cartoonist of Laugh In, to translate the health professional’s message of increasing one’s activity into mental images that inspire lifestyle change: “Start looking at walking as cheap liposuction!” How to Eat Well and Not Wear It entertains, enlightens and motivates the toughest, most reluctant and reticent individuals into healthier, life-altering behaviors.
Table of contents includes a list of food substitutions that translate into pounds lost per year, personalized meal plans for weight loss, menus for meals and snacks, solutions for maneuvering through a junk food riddled environment, tips for eating on the run and grocery shopping. Appendix includes delicious, easy and healthy recipes, and additional resources such as scientific references, books, newsletters, and websites. Nancy Bennett, whose mantra is “manage your health care with your fork”, is a professional speaker who travels throughout the country teaching thousands about the role of nutrition and weight control in the prevention of diabetes and other chronic illnesses.