The Rebel Diet: Break the Rules, Lose the Weight

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John Wiley & Sons, Apr 9, 2010 - Health & Fitness - 256 pages
Your fantasy diet-chocolate, bread, and caffeine-is here!

For those accustomed to thinking of diets as deprivation, former gymnast and doctor Melissa Hershberg has developed a food plan that breaks all the cardinal rules of dieting. Offering medical insight on why common diet myths (like eating five times a day) don't work, she presents dozens of rule-breaking "Try-it" action plans that let you skip breakfast or consume coffee, carbs, and sweets-if that's what you want. If you're a restaurant-hopper, a dessert lover, or someone who eats on the go, she tells you how to lose weight while making food work for you. A program tailored for real people living in the real world, The Rebel Diet reveals how to lose weight, improve your nutrition, energy and health-without following the standard diet rubric.

  • Shows you to stay fit and trim without logging in long hours at a gym
  • Dr. Hershberg is the author of The Hershberg Diet

This revolutionary book finally makes food work for you-and lets your inner "rebel" finally shed those unwanted pounds!

 

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Contents

Intro
1
Part One The Rules that were totally going to break
7
Part Two The Goods that were going to buy and make
105
Part Three The Plan the route that youre going to take
147
Acknowledgments
225
About the Author
226
Index
227
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