Synopses & Reviews
The essential companion workbook to the New York Times
bestselling The New Atkins for a New You
and The New Atkins for a New You Cookbook
, this step-by-step guide makes it easier than ever to follow the Atkins diet and live the low-carb lifestyle.
The New Atkins for a New You Workbook takes the bestselling diet one step further with techniques that help you put the plan into action. The book includes grocery shopping guides, food lists (and carb counts) for common Atkins-friendly foods, tools for visualizing your weight-loss journey, and record-keeping for sixteen weeks of progress and staying on track—everything you need to incorporate the Atkins diet into your busy life.
Forget what you think you know about Atkins. The new Atkins Diet is all about personalization—including a range of delicious protein, healthy fats, and fresh vegetables—and this workbook is an essential part of the plan. It doesn’t belong in the kitchen or on a bookshelf: Take it with you for carb counting, motivational tips, and advice for shopping or eating on the go. The New Atkins for a New You Workbook offers tools for new and experienced dieters alike to achieve significant weight loss in an easy, practical, and measurable way.
About the Author
As Vice President of Nutrition & Education, Colette Heimowitz
is the driving force for nutrition information at Atkins Nutritionals, Inc. Among her responsibilities is keeping current with emerging research on human nutrition and specifically the Atkins Diet. She then “translates” that information for the general population on the Atkins website and in Atkins books. Colette is the nutritionist face to the Atkins Community, which is dedicated to helping people reach their weightloss goals. As part of this initiative, she publishes a weekly Nutritionist Blog. She is also responsible for content devoted to educating new members about the program, including introductory videos, phase-specific courses, and interactive FAQs.
Colette has been a guest on radio programs nationwide, as well as on television networks including CNN, Fox News Channel, and MSNBC. She has more than twenty-five years of experience as a nutritionist, which includes her time working with Dr. Robert C. Atkins as Director of Nutrition at The Atkins Center for Complementary Medicine in New York City. Colette received her M.Sc. in clinical nutrition from Hunter College of the City University of New York.
In addition to her daily exercise routine, which includes walking her dog, Colette relaxes by enjoying the fruits of her profession: namely, cooking and eating.