The South Beach Diet Supercharged: Faster Weight Loss and Better Health for Life by Arthur AgatstonFive years ago, with the publication of The South Beach Diet, renowned Miami cardiologist Dr. Arthur Agatston set out to change the way America eats. Now he has an even more ambitious goal: to change the way America lives by helping Americans become fitter as well as thinner and healthier . . . for life. In the all-new The South Beach Diet Supercharged, Dr. Agatston shows you how to rev up your metabolism and lose weight faster while following the proven healthy eating principles of the original diet: choose good carbs, good fats, lean protein, and low-fat dairy. Collaborating with Dr. Joseph Signorile, a professor of exercise physiology at the University of Miami, Dr. Agatston presents a cutting-edge, three-phase workout that perfectly complements the three phases of the diet itself. Based on the latest exercise science, this ease-into-it fitness program combines low- and high-intensity interval exercise (with a focus on walking) and functional core body-toning exercises. The result: Youll look fitter and youll burn more fat and calories all day--even at rest. Also included is the latest nutritional research on how specific foods high in vitamins, minerals, fiber, and a host of phytonutrients help keep you healthy; new and expanded lists of Foods to Enjoy; taste-tempting Meal Plans for phases 1 and 2; and dozens of easy-to-prepare new recipes, including Eggs Frijoles, Chock-Full-of-Veggies Chili, Roasted Tomato Soup, Homestyle Turkey Meatloaf, and South Beach Diet Tiramisu. In every chapter youll find inspiring success stories from real-life South Beach dieters and plenty of effective weight loss tips. And as an added bonus, Dr. Agatston answers the questions youve most often asked him about the diet since the original book was published.
Nutrition & Diets : What Can You Eat on the South Beach Diet?
Sample Meal Plans for Phase 2 of the South Beach Diet
The South Beach Diet, which is named after a glamorous area of Miami, is sometimes called a modified low-carbohydrate diet. The South Beach Diet is lower in carbs carbohydrates and higher in protein and healthy fats than is a typical eating plan. But it's not a strict low-carb diet, and you don't have to count carbs. The purpose of the South Beach Diet is to change the overall balance of the foods you eat to encourage weight loss and a healthy lifestyle. The South Beach Diet says it's a healthy way of eating whether you want to lose weight or not. Check with your doctor or health care provider before starting any weight-loss diet, especially if you have any health concerns. The South Beach Diet says that its balance of good carbs, lean protein and healthy fats makes it a nutrient-dense, fiber-rich diet that you can follow for a lifetime of healthy eating.
Learn about South Beach Diet Phase 2 food lists, plus get tips on sticking to the weight loss plan to reach your goal.
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South Beach Diet
What you don't get to eat: starches no bread, pasta, or rice of any kind and sugars no fruits and fruit juices, cakes and cookies, wine and beer. Once you've achieved a healthy weight, you'll move on to Phase 3. At this point you'll fully understand how to make good food choices while maintaining that healthy weight. See more low-cal diets. Three-Bean Salad: Combine equal amounts of black beans, kidney beans, and chickpeas with chopped red onion to taste.