Dr. Joe's Man Diet (Paperback)
Lose 15-20 Pounds, Drop Bad Cholesterol 20% and Watch Your Blood Sugar Free-Fall in 12 Weeks
Page Street Publishing, 9781624141799, 208pp.
Publication Date: March 1, 2016
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Clinically proven with more than 10,000 patients!
Without cutting carbs or eliminating fat, Dr. Feuerstein will help readers lose 15-20 pounds in 12 weeks, drop their cholesterol by at least 20% and watch their blood sugar free-fall.
Dr. Joseph Feuerstein, Director of Integrative Medicine at Stamford Hospital and an Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at Columbia University, has tested Dr. Joe's Man Diet with more than 10,000 of his own patients.
This lifestyle and eating plan is proven to help men get their cholesterol, blood sugar and blood pressure under control, lose weight and regain their health-all without medication and all from a leading practitioner of Integrative Medicine. Backed by scientific research, the book offers a medication-free lifestyle makeover, explains common blood tests and hormone readings, details exactly what to eat and when and provides 50 recipes to keep readers on the right path.
About the Author
Joseph Feuerstein, MD is Director of Integrative Medicine at Stamford Hospital in Stamford, Connecticut and Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. The Man Diet lifestyle and diet plan was published in 2011 in a peer-reviewed journal, Current Nutrition and Food Science, and presented in 2012 at the International Research Congress on Integrative Medicine. On The MD Minute (http://www.drfeuerstein.com), Dr. Feuerstein's weekly video blog, he presents the latest research on lifestyle, nutrition and weight loss. Dr. Feuerstein lives in Stamford, Connecticut. Gavin Pritchard is a Registered Dietician and a professional chef. He lives in New York City.
Praise For Dr. Joe's Man Diet: Lose 15-20 Pounds, Drop Bad Cholesterol 20% and Watch Your Blood Sugar Free-Fall in 12 Weeks…
"When considering a healthy weight-loss diet, the first words that come front and center are: tasteless; fiber; broccoli; and don’t forget to run 3 miles before 5 am. How can physicians recommend such a regime to their obese patients much less to themselves? The answer is we need not. The solution is in the recently published book, Dr. Joe’s Man Diet." - Michael M. Deren, MD, Connecticut Medicine Book Review