Diet secrets of the rich, famous, and thin!
Where health meets style, where the world-renowned Hamptons meet the Mediterranean--that's the Hamptons Diet, a weight-loss plan that has been a breakthrough success for some of the world's leading celebrities. In The Hamptons Diet, Dr. Fred Pescatore, one of the world's most highly visible diet experts, offers you a prescription for losing weight quickly while looking great and staying healthy that's inspired by the healthy lifestyles and demanding palates of the rich and famous. With the Hamptons Diet, you eat healthy carbohydrates and ample protein, achieving a naturally low-glycemic balance. In this satisfying, easy-to-follow program, you get everything you need to lose weight quickly and safely, including thirty days of meal plans, a secret ingredient--macadamia nut oil, which boosts your metabolism and is the healthiest cooking oil on the planet--and almost 200 sumptuous recipes.
"Dr. Pescatore's diet is delicious and sound and represents one of the best options."
--Ann Louise Gittleman, author of the New York Times bestselling The Fat Flush Plan and The Fast Track One-Day Detox Diet
"Dr. Pescatore's The Hamptons Diet takes the Diet Revolution to the next level--a healthy, sensible diet and lifestyle plan that will make us all thinner, happier, and healthier."
--Fran Gare, N.D., Southampton, author of Anti-Aging Diet Evolution
About the Author
FRED PESCATORE, M.D., is one of the most celebrated doctors practicing nutritional medicine in the world. Before establishing his own practice, Dr. Pescatore was Medical Director of the Atkins Center. He has appeared on the Today show and The View and has been featured in the New York Timesand other major media. He lives and works in New York and East Hampton.
“…breakthrough new diet book…” (Goodness Foods, September 2004) The latest geographically correct diet with star appeal—Sara Jessica Parker and Renée Zellweger are said to be fans—Dr. Fred Pescatore’s plan stresses veggies, fish, omega-3 fatty acids and monounsaturated fats like Australian macadamia nut oil (Your Diet, June 21, 2004) Named after the exclusive Long Island, NY, beach community he calls home (as do many A-list celebs), Dr. Fred Pescatore’s get-thin guide takes the low-carb craze and makes it safer by focusing on healthy cards (wheat bread is allowed, white is off limits) and fats (monounsaturated), instead of restricting them entirely. Recipes like Gardiner’s zucchini salad are perfect for summer. (Star Magazine, May 24, 2004) “It’s the new Atkins but better, easier to follow, good for you…” (Sunday Mirror, 28 March 2004) “the latest on the low-carbohydrate dieting craze…” (UK.news.Yahoo.com, 18 March 2004) “The Hamptons Diet has the perfect credentials for fashion-obsessed New Yorkers seeking to purge themselves of unwanted calories.” (The Independent, 22nd March 2004) —