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DASH for Weight Loss An Easy-to-Follow Plan for Losing Weight, Increasing Energy, and Lowering Blood Pressure

Koslo, Jennifer (author.).

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  • ISBN: 9781984824875
  • ISBN: 1984824872
  • Physical Description: print
    240 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York : Harmony, [2019]

Content descriptions

General Note: Includes index (pages 236-240).
[Trade Paperback]
Summary, etc.: Beginning with an easy-to-read, non-scientific explanation of DASH and its benefits, this book is a comprehensive plan that includes menus, recipes, exercise prescriptions, weight-loss tools, and all the need-to-know information for setting up a DASH kitchen and getting started right away. The book will teach followers how they can adapt DASH to gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian, and dairy-free eating styles, and will include resources like substitution lists, a grain cooking guide, and basic vegetable cooking charts.
Subject: Weight loss -- Popular works
Nutrition -- Popular works
Exercise -- Popular works
Hypertension -- Diet therapy -- Recipes -- Popular works
Genre/Form: Cookbooks.
Self-help publications.

  • Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2019 October #2
    Like many diet books, this tome on DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) supplies everything anyone ever wanted to know about weight loss, eating, and health. It reflects standard operating procedure, covering the education, tricks, and tips so necessary to success, from how to transition (read labels, fill half the plate with vegetables, and lower sodium) and debunking myths like losing weight is linear and fast food is off limits when dieting. Koslo adds to the general how-to-lose info with her in-depth knowledge and advice, including a four-week schedule of meals and exercise, expert counsel on burning 100 calories (bowling for 30 minutes for example), and even psychological guidance. The 100-plus recipes carry that expertise one step further. Each features not only full nutritional information, a photograph, and instructions, but also fairly extensive tips, such as substitutes/variations for ingredients and enhanced spices. A few examples: Quinoa and spinach power salad, two-potato cauliflower soup, oatmeal-crusted chicken tenders, a single-serving cherry-vanilla cupcake. Serious about improving health? Start, and continue, with Koslo. Copyright 2019 Booklist Reviews.

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