The Cheater’s Diet: Lose Weight by Taking Weekends Off
Monday, July 9th, 2012 at
There is yet another new diet to consider. If you’re the type of person that can’t see yourself completely giving up the fatty foods you love, this could be the diet for you.
Finally, an enjoyable eating program for life that proves cheaters always win and winners always cheat! While helping 15,000 people lose weight, internist and bariatrician Dr. Paul Rivas discovered a secret: The people who cheated on their diets lost weight the fastest and kept it off the longest. This engaging book explains Rivas scientifically validated secret: Its not whether you cheat on your diet (because you will!), but how and when you do it. Regular weekend cheating sets up a chain of events that tricks your body into permanent weight loss because your metabolism doesn’t get used to a certain low-calorie set point. Increasing your caloric intake over the weekend revs your metabolism so that when you go back to your regular weekday eating program, you’re burning optimal calories. So go ahead and: Eat chocolate . . . but make it Dove bars (dark chocolate is healthy, milk chocolate is not) Eat sweets . . . but make it cinnamon buns (cinnamon improves blood sugar metabolism) Drink wine . . . but only cabernet and pinot noir (the resevertol in these grapes is an anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory). Forget the guilt! It’s a program, it’s scientific and it works.
About the Author
Paul Rivas, M.D., has specialized in obesity for over a decade and has successfully treated over 15,000 patients. A sought-after expert, he has been interviewed on more than 50 radio and TV shows, including Good Morning America, and has appeared in articles in the Wall Street Journal, Cosmopolitan and the Los Angeles Times. He lives in New York.
You can buy ‘The Cheater’s Diet’ written by Dr. Rivas for $12.89, on Amazon.com.
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