The Smart DietBook - 2000
Stop following restrictive diets, and lose weight? Yes you can Backed by the trusted Better Homes and Gardens name and written by registered dieticians, this book shows you how. The common-sense approach to weight loss means you will eat delicious foods without painfully counting calories and measuring food portions. Instead of being a slave to the numbers on the scale, you will learn to focus on what matters -- you and living your life The book offers 160 great recipes and ideas to help you make peace with food, yourself and your weight. Inside you will find: 160 great-tasting recipes for snacks, breakfasts, main dishes, side dishes and desserts; Better Homes and Gardens kitchen-tested recipes; A comprehensive primer on the right way to diet; A resource list for additional help on a smarter, healthier approach to weight loss; Food exchanges and nutritional analysis with every recipe.
Publisher: Des Moines, Iowa : Better Homes and Gardens Books, c2000.
Characteristics: 240 p. :,col. ill. ;,26 cm.