Eat More, Weigh Less: Dr. Dean Ornish's Life Choice Program for Losing Weight Safely While Eating Abundantly
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You really can eat more and weigh less -- if you know what to eat. As this groundbreaking book clearly shows, it's not just how much you eat, it's primarily what you eat.
Most diets rely on small portion sizes to reduce calories sufficiently. You feel hungry and deprived. Dr. Ornish's program takes a new approach: abundance rather than deprivation. If you change the type of food, you don't have to be as concerned about the amount of food. You can eat whenever you're hungry , eat more food -- and still lose weight and keep it off. Simply. Safely. Easily. In this book, you'll find 250 gourmet recipes from the country's most celebrated chefs.
Unlike high-protein diets that may mortage your well-being, Dr. Ornish's diet and lifestyle program is scientifically proven to help you lose weight and gain health. People not only keep off the weight, they lower their cholestoral and reduce their chances for getting heart disease and such other illnesses as breast, prostate, and colon cancer; diabetes; osteoporosis; and hypertension. Dr. Ornish's program has given millions of people new hope and new choices.
at L’Ermitage in Beverly Hills and Lutèce in New York City, and an instructor at the California Culinary Academy in San Francisco Joyce Goldstein is the chef and proprietor of Square One restaurant in San Francisco. She has been a columnist for Roiling Stone and Bon Appétit and currently writes a monthly food column for the San Francisco Chronicle. She is the author of The Mediterranean Kitchen (Morrow) and Back to Square One (Morrow), Hubert Keller is chef and co-owner of Fleur de Lys
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6 tortillas on a nonstick baking sheet. Sprinkle with cheese, cilantro, chiles, sprouts, and bananas. Cover with the remaining tortillas and press down firmly. Bake for 10 to 15 minutes, until the cheese is soft and melted. Cut each quesadilla into 6 wedges and serve with hot sauce or salsa. Serving size = 1 whole quesadilla or 6 triangles 121 calories 1.5 grams fat 0.5 milligram cholesterol 82.6 milligrams sodium PITA CHIPS WITH ROASTED EGGPLANT DIP Jill O’Conner and Tracy Pikhart