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Each season on The Biggest Loser, America watches the contestants transform their bodies at the Ranch. But what you can’t see on television is the even more incredible physical transformation that takes place on the inside, as Biggest Losers radically change their health and quality of life through diet, exercise, and lifestyle changes.
The Biggest Loser: 6 Weeks to a Healthier You brings the Ranch into your home and gives you the same tools, medical advice, nutrition tips, and exercise instruction that the contestants receive there. In just 6 weeks, you can change your future and make strides toward preventing and reversing conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, and high blood pressure. You’ll also learn how to• Boost your mood and brainpower with simple yoga poses and omega-3 rich foods like the Veggie Cheese Omelet and Mexican Turkey Burger. • Protect yourself from colds and flus by enhancing immunity with the power of vitamins A and C, found in the Southern Start breakfast and Fire-Roasted Tomato Soup. • Cut your cancer risk with strength training and the power antioxidants, like those in the Bye-Bye Blues Smoothie and Berrylicious Oatmeal. • Help prevent heart disease by getting plenty of aerobic exercise and trimming saturated fat from your diet with lean protein dishes like the Sweet Pepper Chicken Sandwich and Egg White Bites.
With delicious recipes, easy-to-follow meal plans, and 6 weeks of exercises to get you moving, The Biggest Loser: 6 Weeks to a Healthier You helps you lose pounds—and gain a lifetime of good health.
3 Stars Informative but…….
I read the book and believe the information is very interesting and informative, I am a little frustrated in the fact that from day to day I have to purchase another grocery list of items to prepare a new soup or meal and I have a tone of ingredients left over that just seem to go to waist, I feel like it is a waist of groceries and is expensive, I was really excited to start this and get on a biggest loser plan but financially it is really not feesable for me, I guess I will follow the instructions and try to incorporate the meal plans in more than just one day. On the more positive side, since I have been on it I do not feel hungry and I do feel that the meals and snacks are filling and satisfying.
3 Stars biggest loser book
I didn’t thin this book was that great while I was reading it. I came in great condition and I am keeping it but a lot of the recipes I wouldn’t use. thank you
2 Stars Disappointed
I really regret buying this book because the day by day meal suggestions were too much for me. There’s too much variety in this book and whoever wrote that part of the book didn’t think about our wallets because in today’s economy we don’t have hundreds of dollars to go out and buy food. If the menu was more limited it would’ve been more of a help but I gave up on this book as I saw the diet/meal plan. Other than that they had interesting health information in this book. But if you want to read something much better, check out The South Beach Diet Supercharged!
5 Stars Biggest Loser
Great Book…helpful and tasty recipes. Exercises basic but progress for more advanced participants. A little too for me about the past participants on the show but could be useful testimonials for some.
5 Stars I love ALL the Biggest Loser Books!
I absolutely love ALL the Biggest Loser books! Yes, the info is the same as the previous ones before but basically, aren’t they all? There is nothing new or different about losing weight now, or in the past: get off your duff and exercise, choose healthier foods, eliminate sweets/sugar, drink lots of water…EVERY diet book says the same things; its just how it is packaged and said in a way that motivates YOU as the one reading it, to do it.That is why BL is so popular in the first place; the motivation they give the average person, is amazing.
The information is basic, honest and things we already know but need hearing again; the stories, pictures and lives of the former and current contestants are inspiring and motivating. The recipes are simple, easy and taste great! Banana fudge smoothie? Who wouldn’t want to drink that? Yummm!! I just saw a review that said the recipes were too hard and that many of the ingredients most people don’t have lying around the pantry or kitchen……Ummm, you mean salt? Pepper? Fruit? Oatmeal? Where do you live that you can’t find that at a local supermarket or even Farmer’s Market? And unless you are SUPER lazy, how can the recipes be too difficult? Really?
I can’t wait til season 10 starts in a few months! The book is good, the recipes are good and for beginners, it is a great book to start out with to ease yourself into a new life of health and fitness.