The Sonoma Diet: Trimmer Waist, Better Health in Just 10 Days!

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Meredith Books, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 319 pages
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With a focus on 'power foods', portion control, and healthful eating, 'The sonoma diet' focuses on relishing meals without considering calories or pretty much anything that smacks of a typical diet. Using Northern California's Sonoma County as a background for health and vitality, the diet is grouped into 3 'waves' of weight loss and transformation. Grapes, tomatoes, almonds, bell peppers, blueberries, strawberries, broccoli, olive oil, and whole grains are the 10 'power foods' that act as the crux of the diet. To the joy of dieters, wine is also included. With 500 recipes - like Chopped Salmon Salad, Chili Mint Burgers, Greek Pizza, and Peachy Berry Cobbler - there's a lot to choose from.
 

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great book

User Review  - hazelnut100 - Overstock.com

so far all the recipes have been great. we have enjoyed eating great tasting food and still eating healthy. We did not use it as a diet book to loose weight in our house but as a guide to healthier ... Read full review

Love the cookbook this is ok too.

User Review  - shelwel - Overstock.com

Pairs well with the cookbook so you understand the diet better. Read full review

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Connie Guttersen, R.D., Ph.D., is a leading nutritional and dietary expert on the health benefits of diets inspired by the eating styles and influences of Mediterranean, Latin American, and Asian cuisines. As a registered dietitian and nutrition instructor at the world famous Culinary Institute of America, Dr. Guttersen has spent her career focusing on developing flavorful and nutritious approaches to healthy eating and weight reduction. Her many accomplishments include developing the Standards of Care for the Obesity Treatment Center in Bellevue, Washington, as well as serving as a nutritional and dietary consultant for a broad range of corporations and Fortune 500 companies, such as Kraft, Nestlé, Sodexho, Marriott Hotels, Radisson Hotels, and Panera Bakery Café, among others. In addition, her background includes serving as an instructor on nutrition and food science at Texas Christian University, where she earned her undergraduate degree in nutrition and dietetics. She has also been a guest lecturer for international food and dietary conferences around the globe. Dr. Guttersen is a resident of Sonoma, California, and a contributing author to the Techniques of Healthy Cooking from the Culinary Institute of America.

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