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The Carb Lovers Diet: Eat What You Love, Get Slim For Life
Bread. Pasta. Potatoes. For decades, Americans have been told that these foods made them fat, bloated, and unhealthy. Millions followed that advice and gave up carbohydrates. And we, as a nation, gained MORE weight. Now the editors of Health magazine, the leading authority on healthy living, are setting the record straight. The world’s most respected weight-loss experts have revealed to Health that certain carb-rich foods—especially those with an amazing ingredient known as Resistant Starch—will:
Through hundreds of studies and expert interviews, The CarbLovers Diet has taken this revolutionary new science and turned it into an easy-to-follow, dietitian-approved plan that people everywhere are loving—and using—to lose weight.
It will help you lose 15, 35, 100+ pounds forever!
The CarbLovers Diet begins by explaining how eating carbohydrates makes you thin: Carbs shrink fat cells, boost fat burning, preserve muscle mass, curb cravings, control blood sugar, and keep you feeling full longer than other foods.
We’ve included fun-to-follow eating rules, tricks, shopping tips, and more than 75 amazing recipes anyone can make, enjoy, and share. Don’t feel like cooking? The CarbLovers Diet offers hundreds of quick bites, convenience foods, and restaurant choices, too - all selected by Health magazine’s experienced team of registered dietitians.
CarbLovers will change your life: You’ll be thinner, happier, and healthier than you ever imagined possible!
Author Web Link: http://www.health.com/
Ellen Kunes, author of The CarbLovers Diet, is Editor in Chief of Health Magazine and Editorial Director of Health.com. She has more than 25 years of experience in the publishing industry. Prior to Health, Kunes was the Founding Editor of O, The Oprah Magazine, which became one of the most successful launches in magazine history. After O, she became editor-in-chief of Redbook. Earlier in her career, Kunes served as executive editor at Cosmopolitan and Lifestyle Director at McCall’s. She has held a variety of editorial posts at such titles as Self, Mademoiselle, and Seventeen. Kunes is also the author of Living Well--Or Even Better--On Less (Perigee/Putnam).
Kunes has made numerous appearances on Good Morning America, The Today Show, The CBS Morning Show, Entertainment Tonight, Extra, A&E Entertainment News and CNN.
Kunes currently resides in Manhattan with her husband and twin boys.
Author Web Link: http://www.franceslargemanroth.com/
Frances Largeman-Roth, RD, is the author of Feed the Belly: The Pregnant Mom’s Healthy Eating Guide (Sourcebooks, 2009). She is also the Senior Food & Nutrition Editor at Health magazine, where she works on healthy recipes, food trends, weight loss issues, and the latest nutrition research. Frances writes a monthly food and health trend column for Health called Best in Food. She was previously part of the editorial team at the Discovery Health Channel, and held the post of managing editor at FoodFit.com. She has had the opportunity to work with top chefs and food personalities, putting a healthier spin on recipes from Jamie Oliver, Mark Bittman, Emily Luchetti, Gayle Gand, Rick Bayless, and Bobby Flay, among others.
Frances earned her undergraduate degree from Cornell University and completed her dietetic internship at Columbia University in New York. She’s a frequent guest on national TV, including the Today Show, CBS Early Show, and Good Morning America. She has also appeared on Food Network’s Challenge series. Frances is a member of the American Dietetic Association and the International Association of Culinary Professionals.
Frances lives in Brooklyn with her husband, baby daughter, and flat-coated retriever. (http://www.franceslargemanroth.com/)
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