Extreme Fat Smash Diet: With More Than 75 Recipes

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St. Martin's Press, Apr 3, 2007 - Health & Fitness - 240 pages
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Dr. Ian Smith's Extreme Fat Smash Diet is safe, fast and ultra-effective—taking his proven weight loss system to its hard core. No gimmicks, no denying yourself entire categories of food (like carbs), no nonsense. Instead, Extreme Fat Smash Diet delivers quick, permanent results. On Extreme, you'll set yourself up for:

--losing up to 12 pounds the first 3 weeks
--learning your dieting profile: are you an alpha, beta or gamma?
--choosing one of three cycles of dieting for three different weight loss goals: 5 pounds, 10 pounds, and 15 pounds and up
--real-world exercise ideas
--fresh recipes for quick, tasty meals
--a schedule that allows both meals and snacks
--Dr. Ian's tips and strategies to keep you on track
--a maintenance plan that's designed to stick

If your dieting goal is time-sensitive, Extreme Fat Smash will work for you!


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Lose 12 pounds in 3 weeks claims the book. And after reviewing it, I believe it just might be possible. Written by the author of last year's "The Fat Smash Diet," the idea of this seems to be, if you ... Read full review

A program that finally worked for me

User Review  - abandance - Overstock.com

This worked so wel l for me because of the simplicity of the meals preparing the food and taking it to work or just with you thruout the day. I like the fact that you can start seeing the weight ... Read full review


1 Extreme Fat Smash Philosophy
2 Why It Works
3 Extreme Fat Smash Diet Instructions
4 Which Dieting Type Are You?
5 Metabolism Our Internal Engine
6 Cycle 1
7 Cycle 2
8 Cycle 3
9 Maintenance Phase
10 Snacks
11 Easy and Tasty Recipes

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_______________ Types ________________ Time ________________ ______________________________________ Notes __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ Foods__________________________________________________ MEAL __________________________________________________ Foods__________________________________________________ SNACKS __________________________________________________ MEALS BREAKFAST _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ Day 1⁄2 teaspoon 200 calories 4-ounce 45 minutes baking bell pepper black pepper bread BREAKFAST Time __________________________________________________ brown rice calories cereal cheese chicken breast chickpeas chile powder cup chopped cup of boiled cup of brown cup of cooked cup of freshly cycle dirty rice duration ______________________________________ Notes egg whites EXERCISE Time _______________ EXTREME FAT SMASH FAT SMASH DIET foods freshly ground black garlic glycemic index grill ground black pepper heat Ian’s Tip Journal Entry BREAKFAST lentils mayonnaise metabolism milk minced minutes of cardio mustard Notes __________________________________________________ MEALS olive oil onion pepper to taste piece of fruit pounds quantity _______________________________________ EXERCISE sauce sauté serving of vegetables SNACKS Time ________________ soy milk soy sauce tablespoons turkey Type and quantity Types and duration veggies weight loss Worcestershire sauce you’re

About the author (2007)

Ian K. Smith, M.D., is the number one bestselling author of The Fat Smash Diet, The 4 Day Diet, The 4 Day Detox, Happy and EAT. He is a medical contributor on The View and The Rachael Ray Show, the diet expert on VH1's Celebrity Fit Club, and host of the nationally syndicated radio show Healthwise on American Urban Radio Networks. He writes a medical column for Men's Health magazine. He has written for various publications including Time and Newsweek, and been featured in People, Essence, Ebony and Cosmopolitan, among others. He is a former medical correspondent for NBC and for NewsChannel 4 in New York, where he filed reports for NBC's Nightly News and The Today Show. In 2007, he created the 50 Million Pound Challenge, a free national weight loss initiative with a growing list of more than 1.9 million people registered. Dr. Smith graduated from Harvard College with an AB and received a master's in science education from Columbia University. He attended Dartmouth Medical School and completed the last two years of his medical education and graduated from the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. A native of Danbury, Connecticut, Dr. Smith currently resides in Manhattan.

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