Trick yourself into losing weight. From using chopsticks to added milk to green tea, author Eileen Daspin shares her weight loss advice.
New York women are surrounded by more four-star restaurants than any other city on the planet, not to mention a pizzeria on every block and a donut cart on every corner. They enjoy it all and yet somehow they manage to look so damn good. What's their secret? They have a whole lot of them, it turns out--:and now women (and men) everywhere can learn to lose weight, eat, and live the way New Yorkers do--and enjoy the same results.
Manhattan Diet reveals how real-life New York women think about dieting and how they eat, shop for food, cook, order in restaurants--even how they splurge and remain in gorgeous, fit condition.
Drawing on the stories of real Manhattan women plus wisdom from top nutritionists, The Manhattan Diet offers a detailed weight-loss program and 28-day eating plan. There are also recipes from the city's most celebrated chefs. This diet has glamour, chocolate, and waist-trimming tips. What else would you expect from the most fabulous women in the world?
- Includes stories of Manhattan celebrities like Anna Wintour, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Julianne Moore
- Gives you a complete diet program and easy-to-follow meal plans
- Shares the secrets and weight-loss success stories of real New York women
- Includes recipes from celebrated Manhattan-based chefs, such as Mario Batali and Eric Ripert
The Manhattan Diet Explained
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