Want to Be Slim, Calm, and Sexy?

Here’s a plan for you. From nutrition expert Keri Glassman, RD, comes the Slim Calm Sexy Diet. The book provides a unique lifestyle plan that empowers readers to take control of their forks and focus on a new way of eating—one that is not just about losing weight, but controlling the stress that actually causes overeating—so that they look and feel their best every day.

Using research that shows how certain foods work in tandem with the body’s natural systems, Glassman demonstrates how this country’s (U.S.) traditional way of eating promotes fat and stress, and offers 365 food strategies that can help turn “fat, frazzled, and frumpy” into “slim, calm, and sexy.”

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Glassman’s approach isn’t about counting calories or deprivation—it’s about eating more of the right foods to look and feel great every day. The six-week plan not only tells readers what to eat, it tells them when and how to eat—eliminating the anxiety that often leads to hunger and overeating.

Slim Calm Sexy Diet also includes a comprehensive fitness plan that combines supercharged cardio, calorie-burning strength-training and energy-boosting yoga (that also tones and lengthens). The result is a sleek, sexy shape, smooth skin, a happier mood, and a more satisfying sex life.

The book is available from Tuesday, March 27 (Rodale Books; ISBN 978-1-60961-756-1; $21.99; 288 pages).

Keri Glassman, MS, RD, CDN, is the founder of Nutritious Life, a nutrition practice based in New York City. She appears on national television, including the Today show, The View, and Good Morning America, and is a contributing editor at Women’s Health magazine.

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