The Reverse Diet: Lose 20, 50, 100 Pounds or More by Eating Dinner for Breakfast and Breakfast for Dinner

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Here is the breakthrough diet plan that has people all across North America eating better, losing weight, and getting healthier. Now you can stop counting calories, avoiding carbs, and feeling deprived. Eat dinner for breakfast and shed pounds! If you’ve been a yo-yo dieter and nothing seems to work, this terrific new diet plan allows you to lose 20, 50, 100 pounds or even more for good, simply by reversing your meals. Dozens of tasty, easy recipes are included.

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As they say knowledge is power! This book gives an interesting perspective for a different approach on the weight loss quest. I like how thorough their explanations are on the various weight loss topics and since diets are now lifelong eating plans...this is a good alternative to consider. Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Tricia Cunningham devised the Reverse Diet, lost over 150 pounds on the plan, and has maintained her weight loss for more than seven years. A motivational speaker, she has appeared on Today, Good Morning America, and The 700 Club, and in numerous national magazines. Her popular Web site is www.reversedietsolution.com.

Heidi Skolnik, MS, CDN, FACSM, runs a private nutrition practice and is the nutritionist for the New York Giants and the American School of Ballet. She is the weight-loss columnist for Men's Health magazine and appears frequently on television programs, including CNN's American Morning, Good Morning America, and others.

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