Ellie Krieger, the host of Food Network's "Healthy Appetite" and "New York Times" bestselling author, has revised and updated her 12-week wellness plan, now with 25 new recipes for nutrition-packed meals and snacks, plus dozens of tips for apps and web sites to help you make the best choices for a healthy body.
This is an easy-to-start, simple-to-maintain, scientifically sound, 12-week program of small steps--just three each week--such as starting a food journal, choosing healthy fats and proteins, and replacing refined grains with whole grains. Now with 65 recipes, this revised edition helps you free yourself of junk food cravings and replace additive-laden fake food with healthy, real food for better sleep, more stamina, and a slimmer waist--all while eating delicious food. And you won't be forbidden to eat a single thing Krieger also tells you what technology to use for tracking your fitness progress and finding others who share your interests. At the end of twelve weeks, you will be armed with easy recipes (she includes the nutritional breakdown for all of them)--such as Poached Salmon with Mustard-Dill Sauce, Whole-Grain Rotini with Tuscan Kale, Pita Pizzas, and numerous easy, satisfying meals, to get you off the diet rollercoaster and eating healthy, so staying fit will be second nature.
About the Author
New York Times best-selling author and registered dietitian ELLIE KRIEGER was the host of Food Network's Healthy Appetite, which also aired on the Cooking Channel. She regularly contributes to CNN and USA Today, and appears often on national morning shows.
“Ellie Krieger’s book is so powerful because it gives a step-by-step approach on how to transform your life. People tend to get overwhelmed when they’re trying to lose weight. So be patient and don’t lose faith. Just keep making small changes, one step at a time, and big results will happen.” —Kathy Smith, leading fitness expert and author of Flex Appeal
“Spend just 12 weeks with Ellie and she will motivate you to make small, sensible changes to your eating and activity patterns that add up to better health and fitness.” —Barbara Rolls, Ph.D., professor and Guthrie Chair in nutritional sciences, Pennsylvania State University, and author of The Volumetrics Eating Plan
“In a world of diet fads and exercise gimmicks, it’s so nice to find a friendly voice of reason. Ellie has a way of giving commonsense advice without sounding parental and preachy. And she doesn’t leave you hanging. She’s a helping hand guiding you through every step of the way. She’s my friend—let her be yours.” —Paige Davis, host of TLC’s Trading Spaces