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Ebook ☆ The South Beach Diet Supercharged Faster Weight Loss and Better Health for Life 337 pages Download ß Horticulturetrader Î [KINDLE] ✽ The South Beach Diet Supercharged Faster Weight Loss and Better Health for Life Author ArthurPh Signorile a professor of exercise physiology at the University of Miami Dr Agatston presents a cutting edge three phase workout that perfectly complements the three phases of the diet itself Based on the latest exercise science this ease into it fitness program combines low and high intensity interval exercise with a focus on walking and functional core body toning exercises The result You'll look fitter and you'll burn fat and calories all day even at rest Also included is the latest nutritional research on how specific foods high in vitamins minerals fiber and Thank you South Beach Diet Great Way to Loose Weight and eat healthily South Beach Rocks SOuth Beach Rock South BEch Rocks

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A host of phytonutrients help keep you healthy; new and expanded lists of Foods to Enjoy; taste tempting Meal Plans for phases 1 and 2; and dozens of easy to prepare new recipes including Eggs Frijoles Chock Full of Veggies Chili Roasted Tomato Soup Homestyle Turkey Meatloaf and South Beach Diet Tiramisu In every chapter you'll find inspiring success stories from real life South Beach dieters and plenty of effective weight loss tips And as an added bonus Dr Agatston answers the uestions you've most often asked him about the diet since the original book was published The book is definitely fantastic

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The South Beach Diet Supercharged Faster Weight Loss and Better Health for LifeFive years ago with the publication of The South Beach Diet renowned Miami cardiologist Dr Arthur Agatston set out to change the way America eats Now he has an even ambitious goal to change the way America lives by helping Americans become fitter as well as thinner and healthier for life In the all new The South Beach Diet Supercharged Dr Agatston shows you how to rev up your metabolism and lose weight faster while following the proven healthy eating principles of the original diet choose good carbs good fats lean protein and low fat dairy Collaborating with Dr Jose I don't read a lot of diet and fitness books so I'm approaching this review not as an expert but as a 'regular joe' reader I started the diet as a New Years' resolution at the recommendation of a doctor I'm glad I had the book because I referred to it many times but you could probably get away without buying it if you were already pretty dedicatedIt's divided into three sections first an explanation of why this diet is supposed to work Second comes a breakdown of the three phases of the diet with an explanation food list and sample menu Third is a workout routine with drawings of how to complete the workouts and generally why it's a good ideaI found the first section the explanation sufficiently detailed to convince me that Arther Agatston is a real doctor who believes in the science behind his diet The nerd in me would have liked some annotations of studies to look up research on my own but Agatston used medical terminology where appropriate and made the language relatable but not overly simplified I like that I found the argument mostly compelling and had confidence that South Beach was not some crazy fad diet but was a plausible way to eat for a short period of time for weight loss purposesThe actual breakdown of the three phases of the diet was helpful I liked the sample meal plan in particular even though it was uickly apparent that there was no way I was going to have that much diversity in my diet if I made a snack one day odds were good that I was eating that snack for the next four days so I had better like it So I wouldn't say the sample was necessarily realistic or practical but it was a good model to work off of The three phases are broken down well easy to understand and I really appreciated that Agatston goes out of his way to insist that the most restrictive phase while the fastest at inducing weight loss is no practical way to eat all the time Indeed this gave me a lot faith in him as a doctor tooI mostly ignored the exercise portions It uickly became obvious that the target audience for the book as a whole was middle aged people who had never performed exercise and who were much overweight and out of practice than I am Because I had already completed a Couch to 5K running program in addition to weekly dance classes I feel like I'm advanced pretty far past this baseline group and the exercises were not relevant or useful to me So I skipped that whole section Also the book is shiny This was probably floated as a great marketing idea because it certainly draws attention but if you're like me and a little embarrassed to admit that you're on a diet this basically means you don't want to take the book anywhere or read it in public because it is SO eye catching that everyone is sure to know I have the paperback version and that nicely fits in a purse or maybe even a pocket so I took it to the grocery store once but the distracting cover made me self conscious and uncomfortable As for the diet itself I found it was successful but difficult I did not cheat in the critical first phase but that also meant I spent far than my normal food budget in order to prepare the approved foods and was not able to eat at any restaurant Even in the later phases eating at a restaurant is ridiculously challenging and it's hard to not inadvertently cheat While that's plausible in an ideal dieting world in real life a lot of social interaction happens in restaurants Not eating there meant skipping a lot of social time It also meant devoting a great deal of energy and focus on what the heck I was going to eat I had to plan intensely for every single meal; there are no shortcuts on this diet Be prepared to spend a lot of time chopping vegetables In fact this diet is the one thing that has made me really want to get a food processor I struggle to imagine what this would be like for someone who also had to cook for a familyThat's my other criticism of the diet though Agatston claims that it is workable on any budget I have a hard time believing that is true I blew my typical grocery AND restaurant budget out of the water on grocery items alone and that was even when I looked for bargains For some things you practically are reuired to shop at a store like Sprouts or Whole Foods just to find something please no one makes wheat tortillas That's just crazy man and those types of stores are not cheap It may be plausible in theory to stick to this diet on a low income budget but you'll be eating the same thing every single meal which doesn't sound like a recipe for success to me This is very much a diet dreamed up by a middle aged wealthy man Who maybe as a personal chef to spend all day laboring over difficult to prepare multi step recipes Or at least has an hour to cook a lunch from scratch rather than trying to pack somethingI have found the diet successful and am mostly continuing on phase 2 until I meet my goal but after completing the initial 8 weeks I broke and let myself eat a burger And it was delicious proving that Agatston's premise that food from before wouldn't be as appealing is absolutely crazy Besides I needed a mini food vacation just to relax from some of the rigor of trying to maintain such a restrictive diet I'll continue and it was successful but I don't know that I'll worry about following it to the letter