A Guy's Gotta Eat: The Regular Guy's Guide to Eating Smart

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Marlowe & Company, 2004 - Cooking - 290 pages
Millions of modern American men want to eat better but don't have the time to count calories. They are turned off by the prospect of forever giving up burgers and fries and confused by the media's conflicting health-related messages. A Guy's Gotta Eat proves that healthy eating is a surprisingly easy option. Self-taught nutritionist and weekend warrior triathlete Russ Klettke, along with sports nutritionist Deanna Conte, provide all the tips and tools men need to start eating better, from nutrition facts to advice about cooking for a hot date. Included are shopping lists of the 60 grocery items every man should have in his kitchen—and "combinations" (rather than traditional recipes) which make whipping up good, healthy food easier than ever. The authors make smart eating automatic and simple, whether one is cooking at home or dining out. Loosely based on the immensely popular Zone diet and focusing on fruits, vegetables, proteins, and "good" carbs, A Guy's Gotta Eat is a whole-life guide for men who say, "I should eat better but don't know how."

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About the author (2004)

Russ Klettke has managed to feed him-self well without recipes for more than twenty years. He has done public relations work for many major food companies. Klettke lives in Chicago.

Conte is a registered dietician for the Boston branch of Sports Club LA, where she provides healthy eating advise to clients.

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