Published: Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, c2012 Description: 266 p. ; 25 cm ISBN/ISSN: 9781118016145 (hardback), 1118016149 (hardback), 1118016149 :, Language: English
Machine generated contents note: AcknowledgmentsIntroductionChapter 1. Forget the French: How We ActChapter 2. A Manhattan State of Mind: How We ThinkChapter 3. Dark Chocolate, Almonds, and Discipline: How We EatChapter 4. Grocery Love: How We ShopChapter 5. Walk the Walk, Talk the Talk: How We ExerciseChapter 6. The Manhattan Diet Weight-Loss Plan: How We Order This WayChapter 7. White Truffle Risotto and Other Dilemmas: How We Order in RestaurantsChapter 8. OK, We Cheat: How We Break the RulesChapter 9. Expert Handling: How We Get HelpChapter 10. Confident in the Kitchen: How We CookChapter 11. A Spoonful at a Time: The Manhattan Diet RecipesSourcesIndex
"How to lose weight and feel great-Manhattan-style!New York women are surrounded by more four-star restaurants than any other city on the planet, not to mention a pizzeria on every block and a donut cart on every corner. They enjoy it all and yet somehow they manage to look so damn good. What's their secret? They have a whole lot of them, it turns out:and now women (and men) everywhere can learn to lose weight, eat, and live the way New Yorkers do-and enjoy the same results. The Manhattan Diet reveals how real-life New York women think about dieting and how they eat, shop for food, cook, order in restaurants-even how they splurge and remain in gorgeous, fit condition. Drawing on the stories of real Manhattan women plus wisdom from top nutritionists, The Manhattan Diet offers a detailed weight-loss program and 28-day eating plan. There are also recipes from the city's most celebrated chefs. This diet has glamour, chocolate, and waist-trimming tips. What else would you expect from the most fabulous women in the world? Includes stories of Manhattan celebrities like Anna Wintour, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Julianne Moore Gives you a complete diet program and easy-to-follow meal plans Shares the secrets and weight-loss success stories of real New York women Includes recipes from celebrated Manhattan-based chefs, such as Mario Batali and Eric Ripert"--
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