Plan D (Paperback)
How to Lose Weight and Beat Diabetes (Even If You Don't Have It)
It Books, 9780062226259, 320pp.
Publication Date: December 31, 2013
In Plan D, Sherri Shepherd, Emmy Award winner and cohost of The View, presents her easy-to-follow program for losing weight, managing sugar sensitivity, and getting moving—all to help you feel and look your best.
For years, Sherri Shepherd was told that she was pre-diabetic. And for years, she ignored her doctor’s advice to lose weight and get healthy before she developed full blown diabetes. When she finally got the big-D diagnosis of Type 2 diabetes, the same disease that took her mother’s life, Sherri vowed that she’d change her ways so that her son wouldn’t be left alone, without a mother, as she had been.
With the help of her doctor, she created this program, lost more than 40 pounds, and she looks great and has more energy than she did in her twenties. Sherri’s diabetes is under control, and she was happy to show her stuff, wowing the world on Dancing with the Stars.
With tools to help you live a long and healthy life, Plan D is a smart and supportive plan designed to help you lose weight safely, make exercise a real, and fun, part of your life, and control your sugar sensitivity. And through it all, Sherri Shepherd is there, like a trusted friend, offering advice, encouragement, and of course a healthy dose of humor.
About the Author
Sherri Shepherd is an Emmy Award-winning talk show host, comedian, and actress. She is cohost of ABC's The View and has starred in major films, including One for the Money, Think Like a Man, Crash, Precious, Beauty Shop, and Big Momma's House 3. She has been a guest star on 30 Rock and Hot in Cleveland, and a contestant on Dancing with the Stars. She lives in New York with her husband and son.
Billie Fitzpatrick has coauthored numerous books, including several New York Times bestsellers. She specializes in mind-body health, neuroscience, nutrition, and diet and fitness.
Praise For Plan D: How to Lose Weight and Beat Diabetes (Even If You Don't Have It)…
— Dr. Mehmet Oz