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Yolanda Bergman, L.A.'s favorite food guru, is the woman who changed the eating habits of Dana Delany, Carrie Fisher, Kate Jackson, Bill Murray, Brian Wilson, and other stars with her nutrition coaching and catering service. Now she brings her delicious, healthful, and effective program to you. In Food Cop Yolanda explains how to shop, eat out, cook in, lose weight, and enjoy food without fear--and without counting calories ever again!
Yolanda's hearth-healthy, feel-good program works because it's tailored to your body and food preferences. teaching you how to replace the fatty, sugary, or salty junk that tempts you most with great-tasting food that satisfies the same cravings. Food Cop includes dozens of no-salt, fat-free recipes from Yolanda's successful catering service--even scrumptious desserts and fast-food style treats your children will love!
With a sense of humor and a firm hand Yolanda guides you through the greatest challenges you'll face--from holiday dinners to company picnics--and shows you how to trim the fat without feeling deprived. Most important, Yolanda understands that food sometimes means comfort--and tell you how to prevent one pint of Haagen-Dazs Deep Chocolate Fudge from derailing your eating program.
For years Hollywood's hottest stars have begged, "Yolanda, tell us what to eat!" Now, in Food Cop, you'll get the answers--and look and feel great.
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"[The recipes] include standouts...that make us pine for more from the Cop." -- Publishers Weekly
"Yolanda's creations are a true and wonderful delight to the palate...Eating her way, you never feel like you're dieting." -- Emilio EstevezFrom Kirkus Reviews:
Los Angeles diet counselor to the stars, Bergman supplies her clients (Carrie Fisher; Paul Stanley of KISS, etc.) with advice, admonishment, and her own line of fat-free dishes. She admits that she's not a nutritionist, and that shows in occasional slips here, most notably in her persistent assumption that bread is fattening. But mostly her recommendations are in line with current thinking, and she makes much of the popular ploy of not counting calories but instead limiting or all but eliminating fats. Another emphasis of Bergman's is that occasional indulgences are okay; she advises planning for them by stocking up on low-calorie versions of your particular junk-food weakness. Her recipes, which make up a small part of the book, are for pasta, fish, and poultry main dishes that employ prepared seasoning mixes, flakes, and powders; apparently this is how her clients cook, if they do. Since they also eat out a lot, there's a chapter on ordering to suit the diet; this and other chapters, on topics from reading labels to feeding kids, have some useful tips mixed in with chatty if not long-winded pep talks and references to her experiences with clients. Whether this approach can work in print as it does in person might be questioned, but no doubt Bergman's glamorous associations and tolerant policing will have some appeal. -- Copyright ©1991, Kirkus Associates, LP. All rights reserved.
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Book Description Bantam, 1992. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110553297295
Book Description Bantam, 1992. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0553297295