And a diet is useless if you can't stick with it. So Dr. Agatston developed his own. The South Beach Diet isn't complicated, and it doesn't require that you go hungry. You'll enjoy normal-size helpings of meat, poultry, and fish.
Author: Arthur Agatston
Publisher: Rodale Books
Category: Health & Fitness
Discover the #1 New York Times bestselling phenomenon that has helped millions reach their goal weight by focusing on cutting carbs and choosing healthy fats For years, cardiologist Arthur Agatston, M.D., urged his patients to lose weight for the sake of their hearts, but every diet was too hard to follow or its restrictions were too harsh. Some were downright dangerous. Nobody seemed to be able to stick with low-fat regimens for any length of time. And a diet is useless if you can't stick with it. So Dr. Agatston developed his own. The South Beach Diet isn't complicated, and it doesn't require that you go hungry. You'll enjoy normal-size helpings of meat, poultry, and fish. You'll also eat eggs, cheese, nuts, and vegetables. Snacks are required. You'll learn to avoid the bad carbs, like white flour, white sugar, and baked potatoes. Best of all, as you lose weight, you'll lose that stubborn belly fat first! Dr. Agatston's diet has produced consistently dramatic results (8 to 13 pounds lost in the first 2 weeks!) and has become a media sensation. Now, you too can join the ranks of the fit and fabulous with The South Beach Diet
The South Beach Diet: The Delicious, Doctor-Designed Foolproof Plan for Fast and Healthy Weight Loss. New York: Rodale Press, 2003. Bachman, John, and Donna Scaglione. “South Beach Diet Guru: Hidden Gluten Can Wreck Your Health.
Author: Marjolijn Bijlefeld
Category: Health & Fitness
This updated encyclopedia examines the basics of nutrition and dieting, presenting the important people, concepts, and criticisms involved and examining the pros and cons of different plans. • Offers a gateway to further study through helpful appendixes, expanded bibliography, and a listing of web resources • Includes a helpful chronology that traces the history of dieting in the United States • Introduces a wide variety of weight loss methods • Contains information on particular diets, support groups, and weight-loss services
Author: Nicholette M. Martin MDHCPublish On: 2014-09-16
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Author: Nicholette M. Martin MDHC
Category: Health & Fitness
Love What You Eat presents an eating plan that encourages people to change their habits and their lives-one food at a time. If youre looking for weight loss, more energy, better overall health, or all of the above, this book will be your guide. Love What You Eat educates the reader about the many factors that contribute to overeating and obesity, while teaching the importance of mindful eating for long-term health and wellness. Learning to eat differently without starving your body or your wallet is my unique approach. I believe this book will give the reader options they want and the simplicity they desire. As a physician, I am familiar with how the body works and what it takes to make it work properly. As the obesity epidemic continues to rage out of control and the number of people developing metabolic syndrome increases, more and more lives are at risk. We need to have a different relationship with food and what we call fuel for or bodies. Love What You Eat will show the reader how to do that.
The patients experienced excellent results, not only in their general health but also lost weight. Since hitting the shelves, Agatston's book The South Beach Diet: The Delicious, Doctor- Designed, Foolproof Plan for Fast and Healthy ...
Author: Kimball Hopson
Publisher: Kimball Hopson
Discover the unique flavors of the South here at "Soul Recipes From The Dirty South". ... There's a little something for everyone, so why not come visit and explore our kitchen! ... A collection of some of the most world famous southern and soul food recipes in one book. Complete with some of the Hottest diets around and Healthy eating tips
Agatston A. The South Beach Diet: The Delicious, Doctor-Designed, Foolproof Plan for Fast and Healthy Weight Loss. New York: Random House; 2003. 2. Goff SL, Foody JM, Inzucchi S. et al. Brief report: Nutrition and weight loss ...
Author: Caroline Apovian
Publisher: CRC Press
It is no secret that the United States is facing an obesity epidemic with the obesity rates continuing to rise year after year. According to the Center for Disease Control, one third of Americans are now obese. It is no longer sufficient to simply point out the health risks of obesity to our patients as the reason to lose weight. Patients are seeking guidance in terms of what specific diet plan to follow and what foods should be eaten. There are thousands of diets on the market with new ones introduced daily. Not all diet plans have proven results, nor will they work for every patient. More importantly, not all diets marketed to the public are safe to follow for an extended timeframe. In fact, research shows us that diet composition is not the key to long term success, but compliance to a calorie deficient diet is the solution. So how does one choose which diet plan to recommend to patients? Finally, a book for clinicians is here to help answer this question. This book provides information to help patients understand several different research proven diets on the market today including: the Atkins diet, the DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) diet, the I diet, the Mediterranean diet, Paleo Diets, South Beach, Vegetarian diets, Weight Watchers, and the Zone diet. Each diet is carefully and thoroughly reviewed in this book by some of America’s top obesity medicine and weight management specialists to provide health practitioners a knowledge of the diet composition, current research evaluating the diet, typical weight loss results, the pros and cons of the diet as well as which patients would most benefit from each diet plan. This book provides the necessary tools for clinicians to feel comfortable discussing several of the more popular and scientifically researched diets with patients. This book offers solid information to advise patients, based on their specific health history, on which diet will afford the greatest chance for success.
Why Diets Make Us Fat : The Unintended Consequences of Our Obsession with Weight Loss . New York : Current , 2016 . ... The South Beach Diet : The Delicious , Doctor - Designed , FoolProof Plan for Fast and Healthy Weight Loss .
Author: Barry Estabrook
Publisher: Lorena Jones Books
Category: Health & Fitness
The New York Times bestselling author of Tomatoland test drives the most popular diets of our time, investigating the diet gurus, contradictory advice, and science behind the programs to reveal how we should—and shouldn’t—be dieting. “Essential reading . . . This will completely change your ideas about what you should be eating.”—Ruth Reichl, author of Save Me the Plums Investigative journalist Barry Estabrook was often on the receiving end of his doctor’s scowl. Realizing he had two options—take more medication or lose weight—Estabrook chose the latter, but was paralyzed by the options. Which diet would keep the weight off? What program could he maintain over time? What diet works best—or even at all? Over the course of three years, Estabrook tried the regimens behind the most popular diets of the past forty years—from paleo, keto, gluten-free, and veganism to the Master Cleanse, Whole30, Atkins, Weight Watchers—examining the people, claims, and science behind the fads, all while recording his mental and physical experience of following each one. Along the way, he discovered that all the branded programs are derived from just three diets. There are effective, scientifically valid takeaways to be cherry-picked . . . and the rest is just marketing. Perhaps most alarming, Estabrook uncovered how short-term weight loss can do long-term health damage that may go undetected for years. Estabrook contextualizes his reporting with an analysis of our culture’s bizarre dieting history, dating back to the late 1800s, to create a thorough—and thoroughly entertaining—look at what specific diets do to our bodies, why some are more effective than others, and why our relationship with food is so fraught. Estabrook’s account is a relatable, pragmatic look into the ways we try to improve our health through dieting, revealing the answer may be to just eat.
What are the foundations of some com- mercial weight loss programs? What are the strengths and weaknesses ... The South Beach Diet: The delicious, doctor-designed, foolproof plan for fast and healthy weight loss. New York: Rodale Press.
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
Category: Health & Fitness
Consumer Health: Making Informed Decisions is a concise, current text with the most up-to-date information about health care reform and insurance. It is devoted to the most important issues relative to consumer health issues, including advertising, dietary supplements, herbal remedies, weight management, and medications. There are in-depth analyses of the American health care system, insurance options, and consumer protection. The text also takes a critical look at complementary and alternative therapies. Throughout the text, there are guidelines for making decisions that can benefit the individual. A comprehensive list of learning objectives precede each chapter and a list of study questions conclude each chapter. The questions are designed to help the student summarize the major points of the chapter, prepare for exams, and critically analyze the material contained in the chapters. Instructor Resources: PowerPoint Presentations
His book The South Beach Diet: The Delicious, Doctor-Designed, Foolproof Plan for Fast and Healthy Weight Loss (2003), was a best seller and his diet plan swept the nation. To support weight-loss programs and do-it-yourself diets, ...
Author: Andrew F. Smith
• More than 700 A–Z entries on fast food, comfort food, and junk food, ranging from breakfast cereals to burgers and fries to snack chips and candy • A chronology of the significant events in the history of junk food and fast food • A bibliography containing more than 200 entries with citations to books, articles, and websites • A glossary of important terms used in the encyclopedia • A Resource Guide containing important DVDs, films and videos, and television series
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Author: Kathleen Keller
Category: Body size
Obesity is a serious health issue and is a key discussion and research point in several disciplines from the social sciences to the health sciences and even in physical education. This text is a much-needed authoritative reference source covering major issues of, and relating to, obesity.
Author: Patricia Barnes-SvarneyPublish On: 2015-02-23
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Author: Patricia Barnes-Svarney
Publisher: Visible Ink Press
Category: Health & Fitness
Your fitness, health, and well-being depend on food and proper nutrition. Yet, knowing what is in the foods we eat, understanding the differences between good and bad fat, learning which foods are good sources of vitamins, keeping up on the latest scientific discoveries, or discerning the effectiveness of different diets can be challenging. To help answer these questions there's The Handy Nutrition Answer Book. Additionally, the book scrutinizes the pros, cons, and effectiveness of the biggest, most popular, and trendiest diets on the market today. This handy reference examines, explains, and traces the basics of nutrition, the value of vitamins, minerals, fats, proteins, the science behind food-processing and the modern food industry. It traces nutrition—and nutritional misconceptions—throughout history. It explains how to read food labels and what to watch for in food additives. From the newsworthy to the practical and from the medical to the historical, this entertaining and informative book brings the complexity of food and healthy nutrition into focus through the well-researched answers to nearly 900 common questions, such as … How do our muscles obtain energy? What is a calorie in terms of nutrition? How are calories measured? Why do vegetarians need to know about complementary proteins? How does a person interpret how much fat to eat based on the daily calories they want to consume? What is omega-9? How have trans fats in foods changed in the past—and how might they change in the future? Can dense carbohydrates that are high in fat and calories affect our sleep? What are some “healthier” natural sweeteners? What recent study indicated that red wine and dark chocolate are not as healthy as we think? What are some of the worst ways to cook vegetables that destroy nutrients? What is the Maillard reaction? What recent study showed how beer can help grilled foods? How does human taste work? Does the percent of water in our system change as we age? What’s the difference between gluten sensitivity, celiac disease, and wheat intolerance? What “sugar” can act like a laxative? What did the ancient Roman soldiers eat? Why did so many men die from starvation during the American Civil War? What does the word “natural” mean on a label? Why will food labels change in the near future? What are genetically modified organisms (GMOs)? Is there a controversy concerning farmed fish versus wild-caught fish? What is irradiation of food? Why is high fructose corn syrup so controversial? How can diet help with premenopausal symptoms in women? Can soy products lower my cholesterol? Why do some people seem to eat whatever they want—and still lose or maintain their weight?