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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|Food plus medication equals....
|Making the cut - at restaurants
|'Old' wheat strains not safer for Celiacs
|Consider the source - of funding
|Inflammation and depression
|Live longer with legumes
|Soybeans, legumes, and type 2 diabetes
|Whole grain pasta is more satisfying
|License to eat
|Should you avoid full-fat cheese?
|Caffeine safe for those with A-fib
|Will eating more vegetables reduce the risk of red meat?
|When should you eat your main meal?
|How to use an activity tracker to help with weight loss
|Encouraging those on SNAP to make better food choices
|Not all fats
|Don't demonize potatoes
|Low-carb diets do not burn fat
|The gap between daily and healthy
|What green tea extract may actually do
|Don't believe the picture
|Do overweight elders live longer?
|How to fight insulin resistance
|Eat less: better in body and mind
|A history of moderation may improve your chances of surviving colorectal cancer
|How to help protect your daughters from breast cancer
|Cranberry juice for UTIs redux
|Another reason to avoid sugared sodas: your brain
|An apple a day may help keep the grim reaper away
|The importance of youthful fitness
|Lose weight without trying - with beans
|Long term high protein diets: bad for you?
|Should you eat breakfast?
|The impact of larger serving sizes
|Tomatoes for prostate cancer
|How to prevent hip fractures
|How accurate is your wearable activity tracker?
|Eggs and your risk of diabetes
|Resolving the obesity paradox
|Comparing the cost of meatless and non-meatless diets
|More on the plate means more in the tummy, grownup version
|Does the DASH diet have to be low-fat?
|Shelf scores help improve food choices
|Portion size perception is relative
|It doesn't matter what kind
|Watch the salting