The Obvious Diet by Ed Victor

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At last, a diet so obvious, it works! Literary agents are famous for lunching, and there is no more famous agent than Ed Victor. If Ed can lose twenty pounds in three months without changing his lifestyle, so can everyone! The Obvious Diet recognizes that the rules you make yourself are the rules you are most likely to stick to. It shows you how to devise an eating regimen that is based on avoiding your own particular weakness, whether that is carbohydrates, animal fats, or sugar. It works because, rather than imposing a rigid plan from on high, it allows you to mix and match elements from different diets to suit your own lifestyle.

If you have tried many diets over the years but found they didn’t work, than this is the book for you. With ideas and advice from Ed Victor’s celebrity friends and clients, the book provides anecdotes and inspirational tips to help you stick to your plan. Mel Brooks, Anne Bancroft, Tina Brown, Sidney Sheldon, Andrew Lloyd Webber, and many more contribute their recipes and words of wisdom. Dieting has never been this interesting! Millions of Americans are overweight and want to do something about it. If a gourmand like Ed Victor can do it, so can you!
 

About Ed Victor

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Ed Victor is one of the world's most successful literary agents, whose many famous clients and friends include celebrities Erica Jong, Peter Jennings, and Martha Stewart among others. She is one of Britain's most recognized culinary personalities & the food editor for British Vogue. Her first book, How to Eat, was published to huge acclaim & was the basis for a television series in England. She has been profiled in Gourmet magazine & writes regularly for the London Observer. She lives in London. Larry King is the author of Powerful Prayers (Renaissance Books, 1998) and Future Talk (HarperCollins, 1998). He lives in Washington, D.C.
 
Published June 1, 2011 by Arcade Publishing. 288 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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