Diet 911: Food Cop to the Rescue with 265 New Low-Fat Recipes

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Random House Publishing Group, 1998 - Cooking - 416 pages
L.A.'s favorite food guru, Yolanda Bergman has introduced countless celebrities and readers to dishes that are so delicious, it's hard to believe they're good for you. Here, she offers a sensible, gimmick-free weight-loss plan that works: easy-to-follow recipes, and advice on what to eat, what not to eat, and how to read food labels.

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Apparently Bergman, a.k.a. the "Food Cop," is even more intimidating to would-be binge eaters than the spastic Susan Powter. Here, she offers a collection of healthy recipes. Read full review


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Daryn Eller is a health writer whose articles have appeared in many national magazines, including Health, Prevention, Parents, Parenting, Ladies Home Journal, and Fitness. A former staff writer at Mademoiselle and Self, and senior editor at Women's Sports and Fitness, she lives in Southern California.

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