Author: Nancy S. Hughes
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
Release Date: 1994-09-22
Imagine savoring three delicious, satisfying meals every day without worrying about counting calories or calculating fat grams. Now you can enjoy hundreds of combinations of tempting, flavorful breakfasts, lunches, dinners--even desserts--all for only 1200 calories a day. Every dinner contains no more than 400 calories per serving. Each breakfast and lunch contains only 350 calories per serving, and every delicious dessert contains just 100 calories per serving. All you have to do is select the meals you want to combine for any particular day. Choose from such low-calorie offerings as: Buttermilk pancakes with blueberry sauce, canadian bacon, and sliced oranges Roast beef salad with blue cheese in pitas and fresh apple slices Sliced turkey with mushroom gravy, whipped potatoes, peppered peas, and apricot halves Raspberry-kissed pears in phyllo nests Each low-calorie, low-fat recipe includes easy-tofollow instruction and fat grams per serving. Many recipes can be prepared in 15 minutes or less.
Author: Nancy Hughes
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
Release Date: 2008-12-07
Eat up. Slim down. It’s just that easy--with just 1,500 delicious calories a day! From the author of The 1,200-Calorie-a-Day Menu Cookbook, comes all new recipes for when you are counting calories but don’t want to sacrifice flavor, taste, or variety. While most low-calorie meal plans leave you hungry for more, this cookbook serves up a satisfying selection of energy-boosting breakfasts, fast-fix lunches, and delectable dinners--plus two healthy snacks and one guilt-free dessert--every single day! It’s hard to believe it’s just 1,500 calories.
Good Housekeeping makes eating healthy and losing weight a winning venture with these tasty diet-friendly meals! Most of the dishes take no more than 20 minutes from stove to table; that’s faster than picking up calorie-laden take-out. Even tentative cooks can easily make these triple-tested recipes. Best of all, the meals are not only slimming and nutritious, they’re delicious. Steak and Pepper Fajitas, Quick Chicken Mole, Grilled Shrimp with Black Bean Salad, and Fusilli with Ricotta and Fresh Tomato Sauce will lure anyone to the table. And don’t forget desserts like a Seattle Cappuccino Angel Food Cake. Veterans of the plan as well as newcomers will find this cookbook--which summarizes all the Supermarket Diet basics--a must-have!
Author: Karla Bro
Publisher: Independently Published
Release Date: 2019-03-18
Lose Excess Pounds and Eat Healthy with the 21-Day Cleansing Diet PlanEat Clean, Avoid Toxins, and Feel Great This cookbook includes the 3-week meal plan with calories, servings, and prep time for all dishes. It takes a person 21 days to fully form a new habit. That's why we propose you to try 3-week menu of clean eating diet plan.What do we propose you eat for your 3-week menu? Eat well while you diet Spend less time in the kitchen Try out simple and tasty recipes Lose weight without harming your health Weekly meal prep to try clean eating diet There are vegetarian, organic, gluten-free recipes in "21-Day Clean Eating Meal Plan - 1200 Calories." You'll find a detailed menu for five meals per day.Try these delicious dishes: Turkey Muffins with Mashed Potatoes, Peach Rice Bowl with Shrimp Warm Barley Chickpea Tomato Salad, Turkey Rolls with Vegetables Creamy Mashed Potatoes with Cauliflower, Dandelion Leaves Green Salad Buy "21-Day Clean Eating Meal Plan - 1200 Calories" today and change your habits and life immediately!
Author: Co-Program Leader in Cancer Prevention Bonnie Spring Director of Behavioral Medicine, Department of Preventive Medicine Northwestern University
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Release Date: 2008-08-20
Cigarette smoking is the single greatest preventable cause of death, disease, and disability in the United States. It is the number one cancer killer of women, surpassing breast cancer. More than 70% of smokers have expressed a desire to quit, but are unable to do so alone. Independent cessation is extremely difficult, with a long-term success rate of 3-9%. Couple this difficulty with the fact that many female (and some male) smokers do not even try to quit because they are afraid of the resulting weight gain, and it seems a near impossibility for smokers to quit alone. Any amount of counseling, from even one ten-minute session, drastically improves a person's chances for cessation success. Many therapists have clients who smoke, yet they do not encourage them to quit because they feel under-equipped to help them. There are very few books for mental health workers that teach smoking cessation techniques; almost all of the books on the market are self-help based. This book is to be used with the therapist guide as a resource for the monitoring forms, questionnaires and homework assignments that are crucial to cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT.) Structured as a 16-week group program, the treatment outlined in the therapist guide and reinforced in this book teaches clients to break their smoking habit, and to avoid replacing that habit with unhealthy eating. TreatmentsThatWorkTM represents the gold standard of behavioral healthcare interventions! DT All programs have been rigorously tested in clinical trials and are backed by years of research DT A prestigious scientific advisory board, led by series Editor-In-Chief David H. Barlow, reviews and evaluates each intervention to ensure that it meets the highest standard of evidence so you can be confident that you are using the most effective treatment available to date DT Our books are reliable and effective and make it easy for you to provide your clients with the best care available DT Our corresponding workbooks contain psychoeducational information, forms and worksheets, and homework assignments to keep clients engaged and motivated DT A companion website (www.oup.com/us/ttw) offers downloadable clinical tools and helpful resources DT Continuing Education (CE) Credits are now available on select titles in collaboration with PsychoEducational Resources, Inc. (PER)
Author: Dr. William Logan, M.D.
Publisher: Dorrance Publishing
Release Date: 2016-04-12
Genre: Health & Fitness
Health Control the Common Sense Way by Dr. William Logan, M.D. As we grow, many parts of our body stop working or get depleted. The process usually begins between thirty and thirty-five years of age, depending on how well you’ve taken care of yourself up to that point. But it happens to everyone. We all reach the crossroads. In his book, using neither fancy projections nor impractical goals, Dr. Logan will give it to you straight and guide you on how to control your weight, lose your excess weight, maintain your appropriate weight, and live healthy in a safe approach, by learning to use the basics and, of course, your common sense.
Author: Joy Bauer, M.S., R.D., C.D.N.
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Release Date: 2005-02-01
Genre: Health & Fitness
Joy Bauer, New York City's hottest nutrition guru, has taken the nation by storm with The 90/10 Weight-Loss Plan. Now, Joy reveals the secrets to creating meals that will help you lose weight and keep it off. Following the 90/10 plan--an easy, balanced diet of 90% nutritious food and 10% Fun Food--Cooking with Joy is the perfect book for those looking to create healthy at-home meals. Only Cooking with Joy features: *Over 100 recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, AND DESSERT! *Joy's Guide to Navigating the Grocery Store *Kids in the Kitchen--a chapter devoted to kid-friendly meals and snacks.
Author: The Editors of Cooking Light
Publisher: Time Inc. Books
Release Date: 2017-01-03
Lose weight and love it with 150+ amazingly tasty recipes and smart tips to stay on track. Cooking that Counts delivers sustainable 1,200-1,500 calorie-controlled meal plans packed with tasty food in an easy-to-use format. Unlike other weight-loss plans that rely on processed meals and preportioned snacks, the Cooking Light solution emphasizes delicious meals prepared with whole, natural foods and teaches proper portion sizes to ensure you lose weight and keep it off, for life. With more than 150 recipes, readers will enjoy menu variety (hopefully picking up some new favorite recipes along the way!) as well as some flexibility to enjoy desserts and alcohol while still losing weight. More than just a cookbook, the Cooking Light editors offer suggestions throughout to create full meals that meet daily calorie goals, as well as providing simple serving suggestions for sides to help readers stay on track without feeling deprived. Readers will find information about fresh, convenient options for when time is tight, including suggestions for healthy readymade foods, shopping guidance, and make-ahead tips.
Author: Susan Chen
Publisher: NoPaperPress, LLC
Release Date: 2019-05-30
Genre: Health & Fitness
2nd Edition - Updated and easier to Use! The 50-Day Flex Diet features both cooking and no-cooking menus in one easy-to-use eBook. Every day, for 50 days, you decide whether you want to cook or not, and then pick an appropriate 1200 Calorie daily menu. And there's plenty to choose from. All told, there are 40 no-cooking daily menus and 40 cooking daily menus. Of course, the cooking menus come with delicious, easy-to-prepare recipes. You'll be surprised, not only by what you can eat, but also by how much you can eat. Enjoy pasta, pancakes, swordfish, burgers and more. Most women lose 14 to 22 pounds. Smaller women, older women and less active women might lose a tad less. Larger women, younger women and more active women often lose much more. Most men lose 25 to 33 pounds. Smaller men, older men and less active men might lose a bit less; whereas, larger men, younger men and more active men often lose a great deal more. The 50-Day Flex Diet is another sensible, easy-to-follow diet from NoPaperPress. And we recently updated this eBook and made it much easier to use! TABLE OF CONTENTS - Why You Lose Weight? - Expected Weight Loss - Flex Diet Info - Start With a Medical Exam - Variety Is the Key - No-Cooking Meals - Have a Big-Bowl Salad - Cooking Meals - Have a Tossed Salad - Try These Salad Dressings - About Bread - Exchanging Foods - Eating Out - Flex Diet Notes - Keep It Off No-Cooking Daily Meal Plans - Meal Plans 1 to 10 - Meal Plans 11 to 20 - Meal Plans 21 to 30 - Meal Plans 31 to 40 Cooking Daily Meal Plans - Meal Plans 1 to 10 - Meal Plans 11 to 20 - Meal Plans 21 to 30 - Meal Plans 31 to 40 Recipes & Diet Tips - Recipe 1: Chicken with Peppers & Onions - Recipe 2: Baked Herb-Crusted Cod - Recipe 3: French-Toasted English Muffin - Recipe 4: Low-Cal Meat Loaf - Recipe 5: Veal with Mushrooms - Recipe 6: Grandma's Pizza - Recipe 7: Baked Salmon with Salsa - Recipe 8a: Ideal Egg (Breakfast) - Recipe 8b: Veggie Burger - Recipe 9: Wild Blueberry Pancakes - Recipe 10: Artichoke-Bean Salad - Recipe 11: Mom's Pasta with Marinara Sauce - Recipe 12: London Broil - Recipe 13: Baked Red Snapper - Recipe 14: Cajun Chicken Salad - Recipe 15: Grilled Swordfish - Recipe 16: Pasta alla Puttanesca - Recipe 17: Shrimp and Spinach Salad - Recipe 18: Pan-Broiled Hanger Steak - Recipe 19: Four-Bean Plus Salad (side) - Recipe 20: Beans and Greens Salad - Recipe 21: Tina's Grilled Scallops & Polenta - Recipe 22: Fettuccine in Summer Sauce - Recipe 23: Barbequed Shrimp & Corn - Recipe 24: Cheeseburger Heaven - Recipe 25: Baked Sea Bass - Recipe 26: Grilled Turkey Tenders - Recipe 27: Pasta Rapini - Recipe 28: Grilled Tilapia - Recipe 29: Broiled Lamb Chop - Recipe 30: Chicken with Veggies - Recipe 31: Pasta e Fagioli - Recipe 32: Beef Kebob - Recipe 33: Baked Haddock - Recipe 34a: Chicken Cacciatore - Recipe 34b: Blueberry Muffins - Recipe 35: Poached Cod - Recipe 36: Chicken Piccata - Recipe 37: Beans & Greens Salad - Recipe 38: Pan-Fried Sole - Recipe 39: Beef Steak Strips - Recipe 40: Grilled Scallops and Polenta Appendix A: Calorie Value of Foods Appendix B: Soup in Microwaveable Bowls Appendix C: Important Frozen Food Info - Storing Frozen Foods - Frozen Food Safety - Sodium (Salt) Problem Appendix D: Frozen Entrees - Healthy Choice - Lean Cuisine - Kashi - Smart Ones
Healthy Cookbook Series: Eat the Foods You Love and DASH Have you been looking for a healthy cookbook series to improve your meals and help you make healthy food without too much effort? This book collects two great healthy cookbooks designed to keep you eating all your old favorites without packing on the pounds or hurting your body. You'll learn about healthy eating habits portion control intuitive eating and many other techniques that will let you bake your cake and eat it without worrying about whether it will hurt your body. Healthy nutrition doesn't have to be intimidating or complicated. It all comes down to choosing the right ingredients. In a world full of processed chemically-treated convenience products it's easy to end up cooking with foods that just aren't good for your body. True healthy living involves avoiding these foods and picking simpler more natural ingredients that lead to better more healthy cooking. These whole foods don't even take much more time to prepare and they're full of beneficial nutrients that many processed foods now lack. By learning how to incorporate these foods in your healthy recipes and by understanding what makes a sensible portion size you can enjoy all your favorite foods without worrying about weight gain high blood pressure and other problems. You'll be able to enjoy delicious tuna salad ginger beef cheesecake pie and old-fashioned Sunday pot roast. If you think a healthy lifestyle doesn't include foods like ham and shepherd's pie it's time to think again! It's time to stop feeling as though you have to give up happiness and satisfaction with your food in order to eat well. Take the time to investigate all your options and enjoy great recipes that'll please the whole family. Your doctor will be happy too since the strategies in this volume can contribute to lower blood pressure weight loss a healthier heart and lowered risk of diabetes. It's time to start eating the healthy way!
Whether you're on a weight loss plan already or looking to begin anew, this book is your one-stop shop for healthy, deliciously comforting meals that won't bust your fitness goals, but rather boost you to them!
Author: Paula Conway
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Release Date: 2007-11-01
Genre: Health & Fitness
If counting calories makes you cringe, this easy-to-use cookbook is just what you need! Mix and match recipes to effortlessly map out your meals for a day, a week, or a month. Based on a 1,200-calorie-a-day diet, The Everything Calorie Counting Cookbook features 300 mouth-watering recipes for every occasion, from super suppers to sensible snacks, including: Banana Chocolate Chip Pancake Wrap Honey and Cheese Stuffed Figs Creamy Potato Soup Beef Fondue Chili-Crusted Sea Scallops Chicken and Green Bean Casserole Spicy Ranch Chicken Wrap Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Pie Reward your taste buds while you count calories. You can have it all - and eat it, too!