The Fast Food Diet Lose Weight And Feel Great Even If You're Too Busy to Eat Right (Paperback)
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|A respected physician gives readers clear and simple strategies for surviving (and enjoying) fast food and sidestepping the guilt. Dr. Sinatra offers an accessible, easy-to-follow plan to help busy readers stay lean and healthy even when they must resort to fast food for several meals a week.|
From the Publisher:
We are busier than ever before and seem to have less and less time of our own. In a world that buzzes with multitasking, demanding careers, and media and information overload, we increasingly realize that our health is in our own hands and that we should be making responsible food choicesbut we often just dont have time. Now, this terrific new book from a respected physician gives readers clear and simple strategies for surviving (and enjoying) fast food and sidestepping the guilt. Dr. Sinatra offers an accessible, easy-to-follow plan to help readers stay lean and healthy even when they must resort to Burger King for breakfast or McDonalds for lunch or dinner two or three (or more) times a week.||
Dr. Sinatra makes it a snap to select the healthiest menu items from a wide variety of fast food restaurants while offering tips on what to eat during the rest of the day and week to regain nutritional balance. With 25 years of experience using nutritional therapies to help patients prevent and reverse heart disease, Dr. Sinatra provides authoritative advice, including many meal plans for optimal health for families on the go. For the millions who have both the desire to eat healthy and a schedule that makes it difficult to do so, this book will become a constant companion.||
Stephen Sinatra, MD (Essex, CT), was Chief of Cardiology and Director of Medical Education at Manchester Memorial Hospital in Connecticut for almost 20 years. He is published in medical journals and has appeared on many national television and radio outlets, including CNN and MSNBC. His health newsletter has nearly 50,000 subscribers. James Punkre (Santa Fe, NM) is a professional writer.Lose weight eating at McDonald's, Burger King, KFC, and Wendy's?