The Reality Diet: Lose the Pounds for Good with a Cardiologist's Simple, Healthy, Proven Plan

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Penguin, 2006 - Health & Fitness - 417 pages
Developed by Dr. Steven A. Schnur, founder of the largest cardiology practice in south Florida, this breakthrough program is the only diet that keeps the fat off forever. Not a low-carb, low-fat, or high protein diet plan, The Reality Diet is rich with delicious foods from all food groups and high in one key fat-fighting ingredient-fiber. Fiber not only stops hunger, but it also significantly lowers the risk of heart disease, colon cancer, and a host of other conditions.

By following The Reality Diet you will:

- learn and apply the 2:90 Rule-the key to choosing nutritious carbs with the right fiber content
- enjoy mouthwatering meals using more than 200 quick, easy recipes designed by a top recipe developer and a registered dietician
- eat all the foods you love and have been told to avoid-pasta, rice, waffles, potatoes, bananas, watermelon, corn-on-the-cob
- lose 2 pounds a week and 30 pounds in 3 months
- learn proven strategies for maintaining your weight loss-for life

Flexible and forgiving, this program is for real people living in the real world. With eight weeks of Action plan menus for men and women, tips for eating in restaurants, as well as an effective exercise program, The Reality Diet is both a comprehensive weight-loss plan and a blueprint for lifelong health.
 

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About the author (2006)

Steven A. Schnur, M.D. is a board-certified internist and cardiologist, as well as the founder and president of South Florida Cardiology Associates. He received a fellowship in cardiology at Mount Sinai Medical Center, where he was chief medical resident. His research has been published in journals such as The American Heart Journal and he is a frequent speaker at professional conferences.

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