Book summary

Are you interested in losing weight, adopting a healthier lifestyle, or seeking answers for doctor prescribed diet restrictions? Do you find that your busy lifestyle makes it difficult to eat healthy and your waistline is beginning to feel it? Or do you find that you just need the answer to a nutrition question that has been concerning you?

If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then this book is for you. Too Busy to Diet was designed to be similar to a Travel Guide. It was not written to be read from page to page. But to be picked up fast during our busy day to find quick and easy solutions to our nutrition concerns.

The book was created to answer the questions that our patients have been asking us for the last 35 years. How can I get more calcium in my diet, what foods are high in fiber, how do I lower my cholesterol intake without sacrificing taste and food enjoyment? It also gives quick and easy solutions to planning your meals, shopping for meals, reading nutrition labels, simple to put together meals, and eating out.

Too Busy to Diet explains the reasoning for nutrition modification and then gives menu ideas, eating out suggestions, quick tips, and lifestyle changes to slowly ease you into new eating behaviors. In other words, this book can be useful for most of us who are interested in healthy eating and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

Too Busy to Diet is Recommended for

  • Employee Wellness Programs as a guide for staff
  • Personal trainers for sharing with their clients
  • Working Professionals
  • Busy moms
  • College students
  • Newlyweds
  • Seniors placed on modified diets