The Biggest Loser: 6 Weeks to a Healthier You: Lose Weight and Get Healthy For Life! Paperback – Mar 16 2010
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PRAISE FOR URSULA K. LE GUIN
"She never loses touch with her reverence for the immense what is."—Margaret Atwood
"Like all great writers of fiction, Ursula K. Le Guin creates imaginary worlds that restore us, hearts eased, to our own."—Boston Globe
'There is no writer with an imagination as forceful and delicate as Le Guin's."—Grace Paley
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About the Author
CHERYL FORBERG, RD, is the nutritionist for The Biggest Loser and co-creator of the eating plan. A James Beard Award-winning chef, she is the author of Positively Ageless (Rodale 2008) and The Biggest Loser: 30-Day Jump Start (2009). She is on the Advisory Board for Prevention magazine and is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley.
MELISSA ROBERSON is the editor of BiggestLoserClub.com, the website that offers food, fitness, and exercise tips. She is a web veteran, having worked on new media projects for Time Inc., The New York Times, News Corps., Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com.
LISA WHEELER, an international dance/fitness professional based in New York City, is the National Creative Manager for Equinox Group Fitness, a Contributing Editor for Shape Magazine and Choreographer for Cal Pozo's Fit Vid Productions, where clients include The Biggest Loser, Dancing with the Stars, American Gladiators and Denise Austin.
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I admit that the main reason I purchased this book was for the recipes. Some of my family's favorites so far are: Sizzling Ginger Pork, Sweet Pepper-Chicken Sandwich, Berry-Licious Oatmeal, Banana Fudge Smoothie, Mexican Turkey Burgers, and My German Lover. Every recipe calls for readily available ingredients, the directions are simple to follow, and the results are delicious and healthy.
The information is basic, honest and things we already know but need hearing again; the stories, pictures and lives of the former and current contestants are inspiring and motivating. The recipes are simple, easy and taste great! Banana fudge smoothie? Who wouldn't want to drink that? Yummm!! I just saw a review that said the recipes were too hard and that many of the ingredients most people don't have lying around the pantry or kitchen......Ummm, you mean salt? Pepper? Fruit? Oatmeal? Where do you live that you can't find that at a local supermarket or even Farmer's Market? And unless you are SUPER lazy, how can the recipes be too difficult? Really?
I can't wait til season 10 starts in a few months! The book is good, the recipes are good and for beginners, it is a great book to start out with to ease yourself into a new life of health and fitness.