S.A.S.S. Yourself Slim: Conquer Cravings, Drop Pounds, and Lose Inches

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Harper Collins, May 8, 2012 - Health & Fitness - 304 pages
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Formerly Published as Cinch!: Conquer Cravings, Drop Pounds, and Lose Inches

Easy, Fast, Chocolate! Finally, The Plan You Can Stick With

I feel almost that this is too much food, too decadent.—Chris, age 54

I lost 8 pounds and 1.5 inches from my hips in just five days!—Adina, age 28

I love eating these meals. I don't feel deprived at all!—Laurene, age 36

Acclaimed nutritionist Cynthia Sass has proven, once and for all, that fast, sustainable weight loss is not about deprivation—in fact, this diet is anything but, featuring treats from guacamole to mandatory chocolate truffles. But it's the big results—up to eight pounds of weight loss in the first five days alone—that make S.A.S.S. Yourself Slim the ideal plan for anyone who's ready to take control of their diet, their weight, and their long-term well-being.

After just one month on the S.A.S.S. Yourself Slim plan, you will:

  • Know which healthy foods promote rapid weight loss (the answers may surprise you!)
  • Enjoy dozens of delicious, easy-to-prepare recipes that help you reach your weight-loss goal
  • Better understand, and control, the emotional triggers that often lead to overeating
  • Sleep better and enjoy more energy
  • Shed the stubborn inches and pounds you'd all but given up on

New material, including sensational swaps and seven new success stories!

Best of all, this program is designed for real lives. You won't have to pass up on nights out at your favorite restaurant, start shopping in specialty stores, or spend hours in the kitchen. S.A.S.S. Yourself Slim is a potent program that gives you the power to change your body, your health, and your life!

 

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User Review  - hanner.da.nanner - LibraryThing

I really loved this book! Its not only filled with how to do Sass's 30 day plan, but also contains tons of tips on nutrition in general. I think that was my favorite part about this book. I also ... Read full review

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A little different when it comes to Kritters reviews. I don't always get books that are nonfiction or are self helpish. I have read this from cover to cover like I would do any other book, but I have failed in that I wanted to complete the 5 day Fast Forward before I reviewed and many other things in life got put ahead, so I stand now to vow that I will do review part 2 after the 5 day Fast Forward is complete and the results are in!
Back to the review - I loved the combination of cold hard facts, real life people with their stories and practical recipes. With all three of these components, this book is more than just another diet book, I hate to even call it that - maybe more of a life guide book.
I would recommend this book to the readers who want to try a different lifestyle. I am not sure living with the former catering chef that I will be able to live this lifestyle full time for long term, but I could dabble in and out of it. I am glad to know what the power and cleansing foods are, so I can consciously add them to my diet on a weekly basis.
 

Contents

introduction
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2
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4
The Great SwapOut Rule
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6
photo insert
tricia caputo
I Returned My Size12 Wedding Gown for a Size 6
sandy mendoza
Ive Lost 24 Pounds and My Husband Has Lost 29
alison snyder
I Went from a Size 8 to a Size 0
I Didnt Think I Could Keep Weight Off31 Pounds Later Im a New Woman

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index
acknowledgments
about the author
Ive Lost 75 Pounds and Bought My First Bathing Suit in 22 Years
jen anzaldi
other works
copyright
about the publisher
footnotes
Copyright

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Cynthia Sass, MPH, RD, is a registered dietitian, the sports nutrition consultant to the New York Rangers and New York Yankees, and the nutritionist behind and coauthor of Flat Belly Diet! as well as the author of the New York Times bestseller S.A.S.S. Yourself Slim, among other books. She is the contributing nutrition editor at Health magazine and appears regularly on national television programs including The Today Show, Nightline, and The Doctors.

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