Drink This Not That!
Drink This Not That!
The No-Diet Weight Loss Solution
Rodale Press, Paperback, 9781605295398, 319pp.
Publication Date: May 25, 2010
Drink This Not That by David Zinczenko with Matt Goulding
The fastest way to lose weight isn't on the treadmill. And it's not by counting calories, either. Believe it or not, the easiest, fastest, and longest lasting way to lose weight doesn't even involve watching your food intake: It's all about watching what you drink.
See, if you're like the average American, today you will drink about 450 calories. That's a quarter of the calories you're supposed to eat in an entire day and then, of course, you'll eat plenty of calories, too
But now there's Drink This, Not That , the breakthrough new book from the editors of Eat This, Not That New research reveals that it's not just our food that's making America fat it's the beverages we wash it all down with. But you can strip away calories and fat up to 23 pounds this year alone simply by changing your choices of drinks (and still eating all your favorite foods)
Did you know:
*One bottle of Sunkist orange drink has more sugar than four packs of Reese's Peanut Butter Cups
*A large Grape Expectations II Smoothie from Smoothie King has more sugar than 13 Twinkies
*If you turn your large latte into a large cappuccino, you could lose more than 9 pounds this year
*A White Chocolate Mocha from Starbucks has more than 20 times as many calories as their regular coffee
With this illustrated guide to hundreds of drink options and eye-opening nutrition secrets for fast and permanent weight loss you'll make the smartest choices for you and your family, every time.
Additional features in Drink This, Not That include:
The 20 Worst Drinks in America
The Truth About Bottled Water
The Truth About High Fructose Corn Syrup
The Anatomy of America's Most Popular Beverages
Energy Drinks: Energy or Enemy?
The Ultimate Smoothie Selector
Matt Goulding is the food and nutrition editor of Men's Health. He has cooked and eaten his way around the world, touching down in Allentown, Pennsylvania, where he divides most of his time between computer and stovetop.