The Peanut Butter Diet

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Macmillan, Aug 13, 2001 - Cooking - 240 pages
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Eat peanut butter every day and lose all the weight you want!

The amazing plan that lets you
Lose weight * Lower your cholesterol * Slash your risk of heart disease and diabetes

Slim down with your favorite comfort food!

Peanut butter not only tastes great, it's also very good for you. You can eat it every day and still lose weight! Many health-conscious dieters have shied away from this tempting treat, but new studies show that peanut butter can actually lower your risk for heart disease and diabetes and help you shed unwanted pounds. And because The Peanut Butter Diet is so satisfying, those who follow it may be more successful at slimming down than those who choose a traditional low-fat diet.

Dig in and discover:

* 50 fast-and-fabulous recipes
* 4 weeks of delicious, super-easy meal plans
* A day-by-day diet you can stick to-- even when you're eating out
* Fitness strategies to boost your metabolism and decrease body fat
* Special tips and treats for the whole family

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Lots of information and loads of technical data. I would rather have them cut to the chase and just give the diet plan. Most of the information I had read before in other books about weight loss. The ... Read full review

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It Only Sounds Too Good to Be True
The Science behind the Diet
Who Should Follow the Peanut Butter Diet?
Keep Your Heart Healthy
Balance Blood Sugar and Control Diabetes
Stop a Hidden Epidemic Syndrome X
Stock Up on Scarce Nutrients
Take the PingPong Pledge
Does Brand Matter?
A 4Week Plan for Peanut Butter Indulgence
The Menu Plans for Women
The Menu Plans for Men
The Recipes
Customize the 4Week Plan
Dont Forget Your Vitamin X

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About the author (2001)

Holly McCord, M.A., R.D. is a registered dietitian and nutrition editor for Prevention magazine. She writes a monthly column, "Nutrition News," and nutrition feature articles for the magazine. She is a member of the American Dietetic Association and has appeared as a guest on NBC's Weekend Today, the Fox News Channel, the TV Food Network, the Discovery Channel's Home Matters, Good Day New York, and National Public Radio. She is also the author of Win the Cholesterol War (Rodale, September 2001).

Prevention, America's #1 Choice for Healthy Living, is the single most popular health magazine in the country and is the third most trusted source for health advice in the country, trailing only behind the doctor and pharmacist in authority.

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