In Eating Thin For Life, the real experts-hundreds of people from all walks of life who have shed unwanted pounds permanently-reveal how they manage their food lives: in the kitchen, at the table and in restaurants. From these 'masters' of weight loss, you'll learn how to enjoy food without being a slave to calorie counting. How to handle the tough times, from quitting smoking to having babies to dealing with pushy people. In short, you'll learn how these 'masters of weight control' get themselves to do the things we all know we should do-but can't seem to get ourselves to do-to lose weight permanently. Plus: --An easy weight-loss plan: 21 days of breakfasts, lunches, dinners and snacks from the masters. --122 of the masters' favorite low-fat recipes-from Pineapple Right-side-Up Coffee Cake to Oven-Fried Chicken to Rich Chocolate Cake with Raspberry Sauce.
"Ideal for those who are serious about changing their eatting habits. This book delivers a whopping dose of motivation for any dieter."
Anne M. Fletcher is a nationally known health and medical writer. Her best-selling book, Thin for Life: 10 Keys to Success from People Who Have Lost Weight & Kept It Off, with a foreword by Jane Brody (Houghton Mifflin, 1994), has sold more than 300,000 copies. Thin for Life won a National Health Information Award and was nominated for a Julia Child writing award. Fletcher's book Eating Thin for Life: Food Secrets & Recipes From People Who Have Lost Weight & Kept It Off won a National Health Information Award as well as the Beth Fonda Award for medical writing for a lay audience. Fletcher's articles on subjects ranging from osteoporosis to heart disease have appeared in Prevention, Redbook, Better Homes and Gardens, McCall's, Vogue, Good Housekeeping, Cooking Light, Reader's Digest, Parenting, and the Journal of the American Dietetic Association. In 1993 Fletcher received a William Harvey Award for medical writing. Previously, Fletcher was executive editor and chief writer of the Tufts University Health & Nutrition Letter and a contributing editor for Prevention. She also taught nutrition and biochemistry for Pennsylvania State University and was an assistant director of the Frances Stern Nutrition Center at New England Medical Center Hospital in Boston. She counseled hundreds of people with nutrition-related medical problems at the New England Institute of Nutrition and Health. Fletcher has appeared on The View, The Today Show, Donahue, Good Morning America, CBS This Morning, Cable News Network, and The Larry King Radio Show.