Bread. Pasta. Potatoes. For decades, Americans have been told that these foods made them fat, bloated, and unhealthy. Millions followed that advice and gave up carbohydrates. And we, as a nation, gained MORE weight. Now the editors of Health magazine, the leading authority on healthy living, are setting the record straight. The world’s most respected weight-loss experts have revealed to Health that certain carb-rich foods—especially those with an amazing ingredient known as Resistant Starch—will:
- suppress your appetite
- boost your metabolism
- improve your mood
- reduce your stress level
- make you THIN FOR LIFE!
Through hundreds of studies and expert interviews, The CarbLovers Diet
has taken this revolutionary new science and turned it into an easy-to-follow, dietitian-approved plan that people everywhere are loving—and using—to lose weight.
It will help you lose 15, 35, 100+ pounds forever!
The CarbLovers Diet
begins by explaining how eating carbohydrates makes you thin: Carbs shrink fat cells, boost fat burning, preserve muscle mass, curb cravings, control blood sugar, and keep you feeling full longer than other foods.
We’ve included fun-to-follow eating rules, tricks, shopping tips, and more than 75 amazing recipes anyone can make, enjoy, and share. Don’t feel like cooking? The CarbLovers Diet
offers hundreds of quick bites, convenience foods, and restaurant choices, too - all selected by Health magazine’s experienced team of registered dietitians.
CarbLovers will change your life: You’ll be thinner, happier, and healthier than you ever imagined possible!
|About the Author
||Ellen Kunes (right) is the Editor in Chief of Health magazine and the Editorial Director of Health.com, the premier healthy lifestyle brand, with more than 14 million readers. She was the founding editor of O, The Oprah Magazine, and is the author of Live Well Or Even Better—on Less. She lives in New York City with her husband, David, and sons, Winston and Branch.
Frances Largeman-Roth, RD, is the Senior Food and Nutrition Editor at Health magazine. She has helped women across America lose weight and feel incredible with her healthy recipes and smart diet advice. Frances earned her undergraduate degree from Cornell University and completed her dietetic internship at Columbia University. She is also the author of Feed the Belly: The Pregnant Mom’s Healthy Eating Guide. Frances lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her husband, Jon, and daughter, Willa.