Protein Power

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Protein Power

The High-Protein/Low-Carbohydrate Way to Lose Weight, Feel Fit, and Boost Yourhealth--In Just Weeks!

By Michael R. Eades; Mary Dan Eades

Bantam Books, Mass Market Paperbound, 9780553574753, 448pp.

Publication Date: November 28, 1997

Description
An effective, medically sound diet that lets you eat bacon, eggs, steak, even cheese?
It's true Lose fat.Feel fit.Stop craving.Without counting fat grams and without giving up the foods you love.
Based on cutting-edge research, this revolutionary and deliciously satisfying plan has already helped thousands of patients lose weight and achieve other lifesaving health benefits, including lower cholesterol and blood pressure readings and an improvement or reversal of common disorders such as heart disease, adult-onset diabetes, and gout.Developed by Doctors Michael and Mary Dan Eades, the simple regimen calls for a new way of eating: a protein-rich, moderate-fat, low-carbohydrate diet that will have you feeling better and more energetic within a week, and help correct blood sugar levels, high blood pressure, and elevated cholesterol within three weeks.So if you've been living the low-fat, no-fat way and still haven't lost weight, stop blaming yourself Instead, turn to the breakthrough metabolic program that replaces lifelong dieting with lifelong health.


About the Author
MICHAEL R. EADES, M.D. is the co-author of the New York Times bestselling book Protein Power, which has sold more than 4 million copies, as well as The Low-Carb CookwoRx Cookbook, the companion book to the PBS-TV series, The 30-Day Low-Carb Diet Solution, Staying Power, and The Protein Power Life Plan.

MARY DAN EADES, M.D. is the co-author of the New York Times bestselling book Protein Power, which has sold more than 4 million copies, as well as The Low-Carb CookwoRx Cookbook, the companion book to the PBS-TV series, The 30-Day Low-Carb Diet Solution, Staying Power, and The Protein Power Life Plan.


Praise For Protein Power

"The nutritional primer of the nineties."
--Barry Sears, author of The Zone