Wednesday, October 2, 2013

5:2 Diet Books review

I have really been trying to lose 20lbs for a while now and not alot helps. I am not a great dieter because I love food and carbs. Not that I eat alot but I love to snack. I usually last week or 2 then I start cheating. This is what I like about the new 5:2 diet. You can eat pretty much what you want and only 2 days you actually diet a week. That is so easy I can even do it! The recipes are awesome and delicious. The books really help me understand the diet plan and I think they can really help. So check them out today!

More about the book:
Intermittent fasting is one of the quickest and healthiest way to lose weight—and keep it off. Limit your caloric intake to 500 calories just two days a week, eat whatever you want the other five days, and lose weight while doing it. Changing your life and improving your health has never been so easy.

These two books will pave the way... “The 5:2 Diet” by Kate Harrison A comprehensive guide to understanding and implementing the 5:2 diet. You’ll learn how to slim down naturally, increase energy, reset your metabolism, and heal your body on a cellular level, while also fighting the onset of cancer, diabetes and heart disease.

 “The 5:2 Diet Cookbook” by Laura Herring, photographs by William Reavell Fasting days call for simple, delicious meal ideas, and “The 5:2 Diet Cookbook” serves them up! Choose from 120 recipes that are low in calories and high in flavor (and browse through 60 photos!). Enjoy Wholesome Oatmeal with Cinnamon (137 calories) for breakfast, Spicy Beef Soup (115 calories) for lunch, Lemon Chicken (190 calories) for dinner, and Spiced Ladyfingers (50 calories) as a snack for a total of 492 calories. With “The 5:2 Diet” and “The 5:2 Diet Cookbook,” dropping pounds will be a snap!

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