Dr. Gott's No Flour, No Sugar(TM) Diet
by Peter H. Gott
More than a diet book, this foolproof guide to sensible eating has already helped thousands achieve and maintain their desired weight. No flour, no sugar. Thats it. Simple and inexpensive, Dr. Gotts informative plan can help anyone maintain a healthy body and shed unwanted pounds. Complete with recipes and easy-to-follow meal plans for breakfast, appetizers, snacks, entres, and dessert, its an effective diet that delivers phenomenal, fast results.In this book, you will learn how to: Satisfy your sweet tooth without sugar Plan for success and stay on track Curb your carb cravings without flour Keep the weight off in the long term The book also includes firsthand questions and challenges from his readers, and Dr. Gott's informative and helpful responses.
This book is full of good, common-sense advice about how to eat a healthier diet. If you're a person who eats a lot of fast food or junk food, this book will really help you make more nutritious choices. By cutting out flour and sugar, it forces you to choose less processed foods, which are naturally better for you as they usually contain a higher nutrition to calorie ration than processed foods, which are full of empty calories.
I especially like the recipe section. Everything i've made from the book so far has been delicious--seafood gazpacho, halibut baked with fennel and sun-dried tomatoes, roasted garlic salmon, pork chops with dried cherry reduction, spicy peanut sauce. Even the sugar-free desserts are delicious. I especially liked the lemon panna cotta and I'm looking forward to trying the strawberry crepes with dark chocolate sauce, too!
This book will definitely help you make better food choices, and it will give you lots of ideas for what to cook, too!
Sara in California (Amazon.com)
About the Author
Peter H. Gott, M.D. is a hugely popular medical columnist. His Q&A-style health column, "Ask Dr. Gott," appears in over 350 newspapers: a terrific platform from which to promote this new edition. Dr. Gott has maintained a solo practice in rural Connecticut since 1966, and is the medical director of the Hotchkiss School, a co-ed preparatory boarding school in his community.