Eating Thin for Life: Food Secrets and Recipes from People Who Have Lost Weight and Kept It Off

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1998 - Cooking - 352 pages
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From the masters, you'll learn how to get yourself to do what you know you need to do... forever. You'll learn how to eat what you really want -- without guilt. How to handle cravings and overcome the deprivation syndrome. How to enjoy food without being a slave to the scale or to calorie-counters. How to stay motivated long after you reach your goal weight. "Eating Thin for Life" also includes an easy weight-loss plan to get you started -- 21 days of lively, varied meals from the masters that you can mix and match without struggling with complicated 'exchanges' or fancy recipes. Best of all, the masters share 122 of their favorite low-fat recipes: breakfasts, lunches, dinners, snacks and desserts that they return to again and again. Plus dozens of tips on everything from how to cut fat corners in your own recipes to how to deal with your tough times of day without overeating.
 

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Contents

FOREWORD
10
Food Secrets of the Masters
16
CHAPTER
25
CHAPTER THREE
36
Fix Your Full Button
46
CHAPTER FOUR
63
CHAPTER FIVE
80
CHAPTER
109
PART III
141
Breads and Breakfast Fare
150
Index
343
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Anne M. Fletcher, M.S., R.D., is the author of Thin for Life, the Thin for Life Daybook, Eating Thin for Life, and Sober for Good. As a registered dietitian, she has counseled hundreds of clients with weight problems in clinical settings. Fletcher was executive editor of the Tufts University Health and Nutrition Letter and a contributing editor for Prevention. She has won several National Health Information Awards as well as awards from the American Medical Writers Association and the American Psychological Association. She has raised three teenagers.

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