The Delicious 6-Week Weight Loss Plan for the Real World
Timothy S. Harlan, MD, FACP has counseled thousands of his patients on healthy, sustainable weight loss. Now he's compiled his best tips and recipes into a six-week plan for you to learn how to eat great food that just happens to be great for you.
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|Smoking for weight control
|Fruits' fiber for life
|Live longer (on a cellular level) with a Mediterranean Diet
|Preventing fracture: more evidence against vitamin supplements
|Good news about salt substitutes
|Daily juice intake linked to higher central blood pressure
|Fast food linked to depression in kids
|Drinking milk may be bad for your bones
|Cut calories by planning ahead
|DASH diet helps treat effects of PCOS
|Eating fish keeps your brain robust
|Visualize the sugar
|Cure Type 2 Diabetes with a Mediterranean-Style Diet
|Diet drinks may encourage long term weight gain
|Drinking black tea may reduce your risk of ovarian cancer
|More poorly designed diet research: low-fat vs. low-carb diets
|Sodium might make you... fat?
|Non-celiac gluten sensitivity: does it exist?
|Don't let the brand fool you
|Whole grains reduce your risk of Type 2 diabetes and heart disease
|Belly fat and sodas
|Exercise because it's fun
|Added sugars may affect heart health risk factors in children
|Connecting the dots
|A high-GL diet may help maintain weight loss
|Could what's good for you be good for the planet?
|What The American Beverage Association wants you to think
|"Reduced fat" doesn't mean "reduced flavor"
|Fool yourself with plate design
|Kids skipping breakfast: more than oversleeping
|Kids who cook
|Are we ready to cut salt?
|Parents' portions, kids' portions
|Smart Phones and Childhood Obesity
|One Way to Resist Cravings
|Dieting? Spicy Foods May Help
|Fruits and vegetables are good for your heart
|Take a moment and eat less, even when you're hungry
|Why you eat more while watching TV
|Another reason to avoid added sugar
|Finding a direct link from sodium to heart disease
|The "Blood Type Diet"
|How to Keep the Weight Off
|Should you take Vitamin D for your bones?
|Prevent Diabetes without Losing Weight
|Lose More Weight with a Big Breakfast