The Every-Other-Day Diet: The Diet That Lets You Eat All You Want (Half the Time) and Keep the Weight Off

The Every-Other-Day Diet: The Diet That Lets You Eat All You Want (Half the Time) and Keep the Weight Off

Krista Varady

Language: English

Pages: 256

ISBN: 1401324932

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

"The Every-Other-Day Diet is the perfect diet for me."

That's the satisfied declaration of a dieter who lost 41 pounds on the Every-Other-Day Diet. (And kept it off!) You too can expect dramatic results with this revolutionary approach to weight loss that is incredibly simple, easy, and effective. Created by Dr. Krista Varady, an associate professor of nutrition at the University of Illinois, the Every-Other-Day Diet will change the way you think of dieting forever. Among its many benefits:

It's science-tested, science-proven. Dr. Varady has conducted many scientific studies on the Every-Other-Day Diet, involving hundreds of people, with consistently positive results published in top medical journals such as the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition and Obesity. Unlike most other diets, the Every-Other-Day Diet is proven to work.

It's remarkably simple-and effective. On Diet Day, you limit calories. On Feast Day, you eat anything you want and as much as you want. You alternate Diet Day and Feast Day. And you lose weight, steadily and reliably.

There's no constant deprivation. The Every-Other-Day Diet doesn't involve day after day of dietary deprivation--because you can still indulge every-other day.

It's easy to keep the weight off. With other diets, you lose weight only to regain it, the frustrating fate of most dieters. But The Every-Other-Day Diet includes the Every-Other-Day Success Plan--an approach to weight maintenance proven to work in a study sponsored by the National Institutes of Health.

This book offers all of the research, strategies, tips, and tools you need to believe in the Every-Other-Day Diet and easily implement it in your life. It also includes more than 80 quick and delicious recipes for Diet Day, as well as a list of tasty prepared foods that make meals as easy as 1-2-3.

The Every-Other-Day Diet is perfect for anyone who wants to shed pounds and feel great, without hunger and defeat.



















100-calorie snacks, like Berry Smoothie Pops, Greek Yogurt Parfait, and Chocolate Stack. In chapter 5, you’ll find an extensive list of packaged snack foods that range from 50 to 160 calories, supplementing the calories in your lunch or dinner entrée on Diet Day to add up to 500 calories for the day. When should you have your snack? The participants in my studies have eaten their Diet Day snack any time of day (or night): first thing in the morning, midmorning, midafternoon, early evening,

cholesterol, the type of LDL that does the most damage to arteries.15 Steak Tacos 1 (4-ounce) sirloin steak ½ cup canned diced tomatoes with green chilies, such as Ro-Tel Tomatoes & Green Chilies, undrained 2 small corn taco shells, such as Old El Paso ½ cup shredded lettuce 2 tablespoons reduced-fat shredded cheddar cheese Cut steak into thin strips. Spray a medium skillet with nonstick cooking spray. Place steak strips in skillet and sauté for 5 to 6 minutes over medium-high heat.

serving) Quaker Chewy Dipps Granola Bar (per bar) Quaker Soft-Baked bars (per bar) Smart Ones Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Sundae Smart Ones Smart Delights Double Fudge Cake Chobani Greek Nonfat Yogurt, 6-ounce container, Blood Orange and other flavors Fage Total 1% Yogurt, 1 single-serve container, Blueberry and other flavors Goldfish Grahams, Vanilla Cupcake and Fudge Brownie flavors (35 pieces) Goldfish Crackers Pizza flavor (55 pieces) Goldfish Crackers Cheddar Made with Whole Grain

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