Lose weight without giving up the foods you love with the Every Other Day Diet. Featured on BBCs Horizon: Eat, Fast and Live Longer this diet programme could not be easier to follow, or to sustain. Unlike many traditional diets that restrict both calories and food groups, the idea behind this radical regime is simple: eat less, every other day. Deprivation doesn't work - the minute you forbid yourself from eating something that's all you're going to crave.
That's why this diet is so effective. On your fast days you can eat anything as long as it doesn't go over your calorie allowance, yes anything! Then, on your feast days you can eat as much as you like. It almost sounds too good to be true.
Based on research from the leading expert in alternate day fasting, Dr Krista Varady tells us how, by restricting your calorie intake to 500 calories every other day, you can both lose weight and gain health. From the novice dieter to the weight-loss expert this accessible diet will transform your life. And with suggested foods and recipes included it couldn't be easier to enjoy your calorie restricted days as much as any feast day.
About the Author
Dr Krista Varady is the world's leading researcher into every-other-day dieting. This book is the result of her rigorous studies - and is the only intermittent fasting diet on the market with solid and consistent scientific support. Bill Gottlieb is a bestselling self-help author and health coach.
The sixth in Rory Clements' enjoyable series of Elizabethan thrillers featuring John Shakespeare . . . Clements has the edge when it comes to creating a lively, fast-moving plot - The Sunday TimesRory Clements again brings to life the dark side of Elizabethan England - Daily Mail[John Shakespeare] makes a plausible and likeable hero for tales of Elizabethan espionage. The Queen's Man is the sixth book to feature him and is set before the others, providing an engaging account of his introduction to the murky underworld of deceit and double-dealing over which Walsingham presides. It mixes a fast-moving plot and credible characterisation with a lively evocation of the dangerous times in which John must strive, in every sense, to keep his head. - BBC History MagazineAn exciting, well-plotted adventure investigation with twists, turns and believable, well-created characters. Highly enjoyable and highly recommended. - Historical Novels ReviewPraise for the John Shakespeare series:Enjoyable, bloody and brutish - GuardianI could not tear myself away - Daily MailReal quality . . . faster moving than C J Sansom - Front Row, Radio 4*GOOD HOUSEKEEPING READER RECOMMENDS*: I could not put down THE QUEEN'S MAN by Rory Clements - Good Housekeeping 'Reader Recommends'
Series: John Shakespeare Thrillers
Number Of Pages: 416
Published: 13th January 2015
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 19.7 x 13.3 x 3.1
Weight (kg): 0.33
Edition Number: 1