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What if the healthiest diet included the foods you love? You couldn’t screw it up!
Every year, diets suggest they have found the real reason you gain weight. The problem isn’t a single food, it’s the complicated, expensive, and frustrating diets themselves. Diets don’t work because they aren’t designed for real life. It’s a game you can’t win.
It’s time to embrace a refreshing approach that helps you stress less and lets you enjoy food (including takeout!) without the guilt. Instead of worry about every gram of sugar you eat or wondering how many times you need to eat per day, research suggests the real secret is having a plan that is hard to screw up.
Adam Bornstein is a bestselling author and a trusted consultant for major athletes and celebrities. He’s one of the most trusted voices in health because of his ability to get results without gimmicks, supplements, or suffering. In this easy-to-follow book, Bornstein shows how upgrading your health and losing weight for good requires you to turn your back on the typical dieting culture by following successful habits and frameworks not typically seen in nutrition and fitness.
You Can’t Screw This Up is a refreshing look at how we eat, why diets have made us less healthy over the last fifty years, and how five simple tools can transform your life. It includes:
A 6-week plan that allows you to eat the foods you prefer without counting calories or stressing macros. Take-out options from the top fifty most visited restaurants in America (so you can eat anywhere guilt-free)Thirty satisfying, nutritious recipes for all meals, including cinnamon-raisin French toast sticks, nachos, and sweet potato mac & cheese with baconEffective 15- to 30-minute workouts based on basic movements.
Once you embrace that no foods are completely off limits, you can make the healthy lifestyle changes you’ve been chasing. Bornstein gives the nonjudgmental support you need to live your healthiest life in ways that are doable, realistic, and respectful of our stressful, overbooked lives.