Eat Right When Time Is Tight: 150 Slim-Down Strategies and No-Cook Food Fixes

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NorlightsPress, 2010 - Health & Fitness - 180 pages
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Today's women barely have time to breathe, let alone worry about their nutritional intake. Whether traveling for work, shuttling kids to music lessons and soccer practice, or simply attempting to make it to the gym at least once a month, if you're a typical woman you tend to eat on the run. You don't have time to cook; you don't have time to bring a healthy lunch from home; you don't even have time to read a menu. That's no way to eat - and no way to live. Eat Right When Time Is Tight includes the latest health and nutrition research and is packed with doable, practical, "no time/no brainer" meals and snacks you can grab on the run. Patricia Bannan's ten master strategies empower you to make smart choices, even when you're tired, stressed, and overwhelmed. As a result you'll have more energy, a happier mood, and lose weight - without suffering.

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After readig this book I asked myself the following:
Need to lose weight?
How to lose weight fast ?
How to lose weight in a week ?
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Fantastic, well written book with excellent, factual nutrition tips! Much needed in this day and age with our busy lifestyles!
Ann R. RD, LD, CDE

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Patricia Bannon, MS, RD is a Los Angeles based registered dietitian specializing in nutrition and health communication. She develops news segments for television, writes articles for magazines, and serves as a consultant an spokesperson to PR agencies and industry groups nationwide.

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