The Plan: Eliminate the Surprising "Healthy" Foods That Are Making You Fat--and Lose Weight Fast (Paperback)
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New York Times bestselling author and cutting-edge nutrition expert Lyn-Genet Recitas reveals the surprising truth behind the "healthy" foods that cause weight gain and provides personalized meal plans for rapid weight loss.
Carbs and portion sizes are not the problem when it comes to weight loss, contrary to popular belief. Foods that are revered by traditional weight loss programs, such as turkey, eggs, cauliflower, beans, and tomatoes, may be healthy in a vacuum, but when combined with each person's unique chemistry, they can cause a toxic reaction that triggers weight gain, premature aging, inflammation, and a host of health problems including constipation, migraines, joint pain, and depression.
Lyn-Genet's groundbreaking 20-day program helps readers finally unlock the mystery behind what does and does not work for their individual bodies. With detailed meal plans, recipes, and effective, personalized advice, you will discover how to:
Lose a half a pound a day while enjoying generous servings of foods you love
Identify your hidden trigger foods that are causing weight gain and inflammation, among other symptoms
Build a personalized healthy foods list that promotes rapid weight loss
Avoid feeling bloated, tired, or unhealthy again!
Feel better, look better, and be empowered by the knowledge of what truly works best for your body!
About the Author
Lyn-Genet Recitas is the New York Times and international bestselling author of The Plan and The Plan Cookbook, which offers an effective way to lose weight, improve health, and reverse the aging process. A sports and holistic nutritionist, Recitas has helped hundreds of thousands of men and women reach their best health by finding their chemical responses to food, not counting calories. Recitas has been featured on The Dr. Oz Show, Fox & Friends, and Fox News, and in Women's Running, Fitness, and More magazine, among others.
"The Plan is not a diet. It is a way of changing how you eat--for life. And that is why it works. And as promised, I didn't have to give up baking: I still eat sweets!" -Lesley Jane Seymour, Editor in Chief, More Magazine