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Publisher Description

Dr Michael Greger shares 100 delicious recipes that will help you achieve weight-loss for good.

Dr Michael Greger founded the viral website Nutritionfacts.org with the aim to educate the public about what healthy eating looks like and connect everyone with a community through food-related podcasts, videos, and blogs. Since then, Nutritionfacts.org has grown and so has Dr. Greger's platform. How Not to Die and the How Not to Die Cookbook were instant hits, and now he's back with a book about mindful dieting – how to eat well, lose, and keep unwanted weight off in a healthy, accessible way that's not so much a diet as it is a lifestyle.

Greger offers readers delicious yet healthy options that allow them to ditch the idea of 'dieting' altogether. As outlined in his book How Not to Diet, Greger believes that identifying the twenty-one weight-loss accelerators in our bodies and incorporating new, cutting-edge medical discoveries are integral in putting an end to the all-consuming activity of counting calories and getting involved in expensive juice cleanses and Weight Watchers schemes.

The How Not to Diet Cookbook is a revolutionary addition to the cookbook industry: incredibly effective and designed for everyone looking to make changes to their dietary habits to improve their quality of life.

GENRE
Food & Drink
RELEASED
2020
10 December
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
272
Pages
PUBLISHER
Pan Macmillan UK
SELLER
Macmillan Publishers Australia and Pan Macmillan Australia
SIZE
144
MB

Customer Reviews

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Wonderful recipes : delicious, flavoursome, healthy, nutritious, tasty and yummy

Is 2020 the end of the tween-twenties decade or the beginning of the twenties decade? No matter, Dr. Michael Greger’s book titled “How Not To Diet Cookbook” wins health-conscious and evidence-based nutrition cookbook of the previous decade and possibly the upcoming decade.

2020 has been a year for the record books, mostly for negative reasons but the “How Not To Diet Cookbook” plants (get it?) a bookend of positivity to conclude a crappy year on an uplifting note. Speaking of notes, as the "fat lady sings" to conclude 2020, the very same singers should action these recipes to improve their health in 2021 and beyond. In fact, the majority of people embracing the standard-western-diet around the World should aim to incorporate these recipes into their daily routine to improve their health, longevity and well-being.

I for one plan to learn all of the "salad" recipes off-by-heart so that I may improve the plumbing in my own cardiovascular pump and arterial pipelines. Of course I said the same thing about the "How Not To Die Cookbook" released in 2017 and failed miserably. No worries, it is time to get back on the horse, scrap that - beanstalk, and try again.
- Michael Richards, Brisbane, Australia.

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