Eat More, Weigh Less: Dr. Dean Ornish's Program for Losing Weight Safely While Eating Abundantly

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Harper Collins, Feb 24, 1997 - Health & Fitness - 544 pages
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The phenomenal New York Times bestseller -- now revised and updated for a new century.

Eat more, weigh less? How is this possible? Because as this groundbreaking work clearly shows, it's not just how much you eat, it's primarily what you eat.

Most diets rely on small portion sizes to reduce calories sufficiently. You feel hungry and deprived. Dr. Ornish's revolutionary program takes a new approach, one scientifically based on the type of food rather than the amount of food. Abundance rather than hunger and deprivation. So you can eat more frequently, eat a greater quantity of food-and still lose weight and keep it off. Simply. Safely. Easily. With 250 delicious low-fat recipes by some of the country's most celebrated chefs.

Dr. Ornish's program is a medically proven approach that can help you improve your health and well-being, not just lose weight. It's also about learning how to begin healing emotional pain, loneliness, and isolation in your life, providing nourishment not only for your body but also for your soul. His program has given millions of people new hope and new choices.

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User Review  - Julia Watson - Book Verdict

You can eat more if you eat the right things, says Ornish, a physician. The program offers a spectrum of choices that reflect an individual's goals, rather than hard-and-fast rules. Read full review

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User Review  - lillpell - Overstock.com

I bought this book because my father wanted it for Christmas. He had the book two years ago and he used it so much that it wasnt in the best shape anymore. He wanted a hard cover version but I couldnt ... Read full review

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Dean Ornish, M.D., is president and director of the Preventive Medicine Research Institute in Sausalito, CA. He is assistant clinical professor of medicine at the School of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco, and an attending physician at California Pacific Medical Center.

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