25-Day No-Cooking Diet

25-Day No-Cooking Diet

by Gail Johnson

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Overview

2nd Edition - Updated and easier to use!

This eBook has 25 daily delicious 1200 Calorie and 1500 Calorie NO-COOKING menus covering
breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks. The authors have done all the planning and calorie counting - and made sure the meals are nutritionally sound. The 25-Day No Cooking Diet contains no gimmicks and makes no outrageous claims. This is an easy-to-follow sensible diet from NoPaperPress you can trust.

Most women lose 9 to 14 pounds. Smaller women, older women and less active women might lose a tad less, and larger women, younger women and more active women often lose much more.

Most men lose 17 to 23 pounds. Smaller men, older men and less active men might lose a bit less, and larger men, younger men and more active men lose much more.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Which Calorie Level is for You?
How Much Weight Will You Lose?
How to Use This eBook

1200 Calorie Meal Plans
- 1200 Calorie: Days 1 to 5
- 1200 Calorie: Days 6 to 10
- 1200 Calorie: Days 11 to 15
- 1200 Calorie: Days 16 to 20
- 1200 Calorie: Days 21 to 25

1500 Calorie Meal Plans
- 1500 Calorie: Days 1 to 5
- 1500 Calorie: Days 6 to 10
- 1500 Calorie: Days 11 to 15
- 1500 Calorie: Days 16 to 20
- 1500 Calorie: Days 21 to 25

Appendix A - Shopping Lists

Appendix B - 25-Day Guidelines
- Breakfast Strategies
- Lunch Guidelines
- Dinner Guidelines
- About Frozen Foods
- Sodium Problem
- Big-Bowl Salad Every Day
- Snack Recommendations
- About Bread
- Exchanging Foods
- Your Night Out
- Eating Out Caveats
- 25-Day Diet Facts
- Important Notes
- Keep It Off

Appendix C - Microwaveable Soups

Appendix D - Frozen Entrees by Manufacturer

Appendix E: Frozen Food Safety

Product Details

BN ID: 2940149660216
Publisher: NoPaperPress LLC
Publication date: 07/27/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 496 KB

About the Author

Over her long career, Gail Johnson, M.S. has been a manager of recipe development, a respected chef, a nutrition instructor and a free-lance health writer. She is a long-time health advocate and fitness enthusiast. Ms. Johnson is now semi-retired and when not writing, she enjoys spending time with, and cooking for her grandchildren, as well as traveling with her husband for several months every year.

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