The 7-day Low-carb Rescue and Recovery Plan: For Every Low-carb Dieter, on Any Program, who Needs Real Help--right Now

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Drs. Rachel and Richard Heller, authors of the revolutionary New York Times bestselling Carbohydrate Addictrs"s books, are renowned for their ability to motivate readers with their own combined 200-pound weight loss success. Drs. Heller understand the physical and emotional reasons why people struggle to stay on their low-carb diets-or fall off them completely. Now comes the right help at the right time-a plan to put the low-carb dieter back in control-without deprivation-in only a week or less!Holidays, vacation, stress, boredom, and daily emotional wear and tear are all factors that can chip away at the most sincere diet commitment. What starts out as a simple "cheat" often leads to bona-fide failure. In the end most low-carb dieters are left to watch helplessly as their eating spirals out of control and the pounds creep (or rush) back on. Drs. Heller know that once someone has fallen off any low-carb diet, they need help to get back on, and stay on.Now therers"s a day-by-day, scientifically-based motivating and empowering program that will immediately reduce cravings, satisfy the bodyrs"s need for carbohydrates, and help low-carb dieters regain control over their eating and their weight.

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RACHAEL F. HELLER, Ph.D., is an assistant clinical professor emeritus at Mount Sinai School of Medicine and in the Department of Biomedical Sciences at the City University of New York. As a health and research psychologist, she has twice been named Helena Rubenstein Foundation Scholar.

RICHARD F. HELLER, Ph.D., is a professor emeritus at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City and in the Department of Biomedical Sciences at the City University of New York. He has published more than fifty books, abstracts, articles, and scientific papers.

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