Stop the cycle of yo-yo dieting. Scientifically proven for weight maintainance.
World's Best Diet is not a 'diet', it's a lifestyle change designed for real people. Having achieved your goal weight, this is how you eat for the rest of your life.
The program is based on one of the world's largest dietary studies and combines a higher protein intake with low-GI carbs, which has been proven to prevent weight regain 'creep'. With delicious, satisfying recipes and easy-to-follow guidelines, this book is the ultimate solution to your weight problems.
About the Author
Christian Bitz holds a MSc in human nutrition and is Head of Research at Herlev Hospital in Denmark. His four previous books have all topped the bestseller lists in Europe. Christian is a regular expert on Danish TV and hosts a weekly TV show about healthy living.
Professor Jennie Brand-Miller holds a Personal Chair in Human Nutrition at the University of Sydney. She is recognised around the world for her work on carbohydrates and the glycaemic index (GI) of foods, with over 250 scientific publications. Her lay books under the series titles The New Glucose Revolution and The Low GI Diet have sold over 3.5 million copies worldwide in twelve languages.
Arne Astrup is a physician, DMSc, Professor of Nutrition, and Head of the Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports at the Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen. Known as 'The Professor of Overweight', Arne has built up one of the world's leading obesity research teams and is also an enthusiastic participant in media debates, public speaker and author.
Susan B. Roberts, PhD, is a Professor of Nutrition and Professor of Psychiatry at Tufts University, Boston, Massachusetts, US. She is an internationally recognised expert on nutrition and weight control, and the author of more than 200 research publications.
'The World's Best Diet may sound like an extravagant claim. However, unlike many grandiose claims made in the weight loss industry, this book is backed by solid scientific evidence.' Professor Manny Noakes, CSIRO