Lose weight, increase energy, and boost your immunity—without giving up meat!"With her flexible mix-and-match plans, Dawn Jackson Blatner gives us a smart new approach to cooking and eating."
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Thanks to the growing health movement known as “flexitarianism,” you can manage your weight, increase your energy, and lower your health risks with a flexible nutrition plan that minimizes meat without excluding it. The Flexitarian Diet is not a diet in the strict sense of the word but a smart new way of cooking, eating, and living that's as flexible as you are. You can eat what you want with the Five-by-Five Flex Plan--five basic five-part guidelines that you customize to your taste:
Here's how it works:
There are no rules and no restrictions. Just eat more plants during your regular meals--and try to do the best you can. It's that simple. Once you understand the basics of “FlexFoods,” you can swap your ingredients, change your dinner plans, beef up your main dishes with “meaty” alternatives, and spice up your vegetables for fully satisfying meals.
The choice is yours. Just follow some of the suggestions some of the time, and you can still lose weight, improve your heart health, decrease your risk of diabetes and cancer, and live longer--with the veggie-smart diet that let's you have your meat and eat it too.About the Author:
Dawn Jackson Blatner, RD, LD, is a national media spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association, and an internationally recognized speaker on nutrition topics. She has been quoted in dozens of articles that have appeared in USA Today, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Minneapolis Star-Tribune, Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times, Today's Chicago Woman, Chicago Magazine, Shape, Women's World, Fitness Magazine, Newsweek, Self, and Cooking Light. She has a regular Healthy Eating segment on Chicago's FOX News in the Morning television show, and guest-hosted the radio show Let's Talk Health Chicago. Additionally, Ms. Blatner has been a guest on many television and radio programs, both locally and nationally, including the Today Show, NPR, CNN, NBC Nightly News, Dateline, and Chicago Tonight. Ms. Blatner is also the main nutrition expert for LifetimeTV.com. She consulted on the Academy Award-nominated Super Size Me documentary, and currently appears in a national public service announcement promoting Registered Dietitians. Ms. Blatner has written health and wellness articles for national magazines, such as Fitness and Health, and has contributed to several books, including the American Medical Association Guide to Weight Management. She has a regular column in Obesity Management journal, a monthly Ask the Expert column for ALL YOU Magazine on line, and a featured blog on the FOX Chicago news Web page. She is a food and nutrition consultant for Diet.com.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Education - Europe, United States, 2010. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 226 x 150 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. The Flexitarian Diet is the first book to describe what is potentially the next big diet and nutritional movement - flexitarianism . The concept has grown so popular that Bon Apetit selected flexitarian as a hot trend for 2010. A flexitarian diet is part-time vegetarianism but, as the name suggests, flexitarianism is also about flexibility! a healthy, guided, customizable, appetizing, and family-friendly flexibility. The Flexitarian Diet begins with a quiz examining three nutrition factors: food preferences and aversions; whether the reader s current diet is likely to cause shortfalls or overloads in particular nutrients; and, which food habits they most want to change. The answers point to best starting point for that reader. This way, readers make gradual, rational changes one meal, one food group at a time. Each section includes information about how to substitute flexitarian recipes for traditional favorites, tips on how to assure that family members are engaged in the process, suggestions for foods that are easy to incorporate in the average meal, and sneaky ways to hide healthy foods under fabulous taste! There are no strict rules or program guidelines. Readers will learn how to incorporate FlexFoods into their current diet one at a time, and are given the freedom to move through the food categories at their own pace, which increases their chance for success. This is a 5-by-5 Program: 5 main FlexFood categories, 5-Ingredient Recipes, 5 types of Troubleshooter tips, 5 keys to Improve Your FlexLife, and a 5 Week Meal Plan. Bookseller Inventory # BZV9780071745796
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