Everybody cheats. On diets, that is. Marissa Lippert, twice voted one of New York's best nutritionists, has seen her clients cheat and give up, again and again-so she created an eight-week weight loss program that starts with cheating. As her thousands of success stories show, it's a matter of accepting the cheats, building them into the week, and moving on. In eight weeks, Lippert's clients lose up to twenty pounds, and with her new book everyone else can, too. Part I of The Cheater's Diet helps readers map out their social calendar, gym time, food shopping time, and cooking time. Each week has a food plan and fun recipes, most of which take less than twenty minutes to prepare, as well as an illustrative qcheatingq lesson or two. Part II is the sneaky part, in which Lippert shows when, where, and how to cheat. There are two kinds of cheating: accidental and purposeful. For the former, Lippert shows readers how to make up for too much fat, sugar, meat, or booze. And for the latter, she takes a proactive approach, with topics like qExtra Baggage: How to Compensate for Travel Food, Fast Food, and Eating Outq Throughout, readers will learn how to eat healthfully and well. The Cheater's Diet is a sassy, motivating, and effective plan for those who want to have their chocolate and drink wine, too.The Sneaky Secrets to Losing Up to 20 Pounds in 8 Weeks Eating (and Drinking) Ev erything You Love Marissa Lippert ... 1a2 lemon 1a4 teaspoon sea salt, or to taste 1 to 2 tablespoons cooking water from the peas Potatoes 8 small baby red potatoes 1 teaspoon ... Sprinkle the chives, garlic scapes, and cayenne pepper over the top of the fish. ... While the fish is cooking, make the pea puree: Cook the peas in a medium saucepan of boiling water, then drain, reserving the cooking water.
|Title||:||The Cheater's Diet|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2010-04-15|