Dine out and lose weight by michel montignac
Dine Out and Lose Weight: The French Way to Culinary "Savoir Vivre" by Michel MontignacThe nefariousness of sugar, the goodness of wine, and the virtues of chocolate are all expounded upon in this longtime European bestseller. Keeping in mind the person with an epicurean flair who is determined to stay fit without abandoning the culinary pleasures of life, author Michel Montignac advises a program of watching ones consumption of beer, bread, sugar (it should be labeled with a skull and crossbones since it is a dangerous product when consumed in large amounts), starchy foods, after-dinner drinks, sodas, milk, and fruit juices. Without counting calories, but simply avoiding his list of bad foods, Montignac says that weight loss is inevitable. Theres a technical section at the back with charts of lipid biochemistry and a detailed explanation of the regulation of insulin secretion that will fascinate some but may make others eyes glaze over. But for the most part, this books filled with good news and painless dietary guidelines that will keep even a gourmet complaint-free.
How To Lose Weight With Out Low Carb Diets, Low Calorie Diets, Low Fat Diets
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Michel Montignac, a French businessman turned diet guru who believed people could lose weight without counting calories, has died. He was Montignac died Aug. His website and a website for his daughter, Sybille, confirmed the death but no other details were disclosed. We have in France the slimmest people in the world, and we have the smallest cardiovascular rate in the Western world.
View Larger Image. Ask Seller a Question. Publisher: Montignac Publishing UK. Edition Artulen UK. ISBN: Slight tan to paper edges. Otherwise the unread book remains in very good condition throughout.