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Women's Health Perfect Body Diet: The Ultimate Weight Loss and Workout Plan to Drop Stubborn Pounds and Get Fit for Life
Synopses & Reviews
Lets face it—women simply do not shed pounds or build muscle as easily as men do. Drawing on fascinating recent research that has shed new light on the gender differences in food metabolism and the effect of exercise, the editors of Womens Health, the healthy lifestyle magazine for todays active woman on the go, have devised a weight-loss plan that works especially well for women who would like to lose 5-25 pounds.
Key features of Womens Health Perfect Body Plan include:
For the millions of women trying to drop a size or two, "Womens Health" offers a proven, fiber-based diet tailored to womens specific needs, including the way their bodies metabolize food and respond to exercise. Illustrated.
Carrying the trusted Womens Health name and featured on the Today show and in Time magazine, this diet combines a customized eating program with a body-shape-specific exercise plan. Women all over the country are discovering how it transforms their bodies in record time. Keys to the plans success include:
- customization for a womans hormonal balance, body shape and current weight, individual metabolism, personal goals, and lifestyle
- two types of balanced-macronutrient diets— Greens and Berries (slightly lower in carbs, higher in fats) and Grains and Fruits (lower in fat, higher in carbs)—with tests to show a woman which type she needs
- glucomannan, a natural, soluble fiber that when used properly makes one feel full faster, stay satisfied longer, and consequently eat less
- 2 weeks of meal plans, more than 80 easy-to-prepare recipes using glucomannan, and 73 exercises
Thanks to Womens Health Perfect Body Diet by Cassandra Forsythe, MS, every woman has the tools to achieve her personal best and make her own body the best it can be.
About the Author
CASSANDRA FORSYTHE, MS, is a doctoral candidate at the University of Connecticut, studying exercise science and nutrition. She also works as a nutritional educator and weight loss coach, assisting with exercise training and testing. She lives in Connecticut.
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