Dr Shapiro's Guide to Picture Perfect Weight Loss
The doctor is in, and he's here to help you visualize better eating.
You can develop the skills to make healthier eating choices with Dr. Howard Shapiro's Guide to Picture Perfect Weight Loss. He's developed a program around Food Awareness Training. Dr. Shapiro says it's the choices you make that have the most impact and will help you find ways to incorporate more filling, delicious foods and snacks into your diet without loading up on calories.
The Picture Perfect Guide dieters follow photos to gain perspective on their eating habits. Dr. Shapiro compares several lean servings of calorie-packed foods against bigger servings of low-calorie foods to show you how easy the choices can be. For instance, for 1,360 calories you could indulge in an ice cream sundae with the works- chocolate sauce, nuts and whipped cream. Or, for 1,360 calories you could have four frozen yogurt sundaes with chocolate sauce and whipped cream (or just enjoy one sundae for 1/4 of the calories). While you wouldn't sit down to eat four sundaes, the point is that you can treat yourself to the sweet things you love, without packing on all the unnecessary calories.
Picture Perfect Weight Loss dieters will be able to maintain their ability to make better eating choices after the 30-day plan is completed because Dr. Shapiro suggests the photos will serve as a constant reminder of the healthy choices that are so easy to make.
- Very effective weight loss approach
- Helped NYPD and NYFD lose weight
- Teaches you how to eat more healthily
- Does not provide exercise guidance
You're given alternatives that may be shocking. You can lose 50 percent of your breakfast calories by replacing an on-the-go toaster pastry with toaster waffles, light syrup and fresh blueberries. For dinner, skip greasy chicken quesadillas and try shrimp with salsa, rice, beans and baby squash.EXERCISE
Dr. Shapiro's plan centers on food choices, not exercise.CONCLUSION
While Dr. Shapiro's Guide is calorie-driven, dieters are encouraged to not count their calories and instead make lower calorie choices. He suggests that counting calories is where dieters find frustration when trying to lose weight. Dr. Shapiro also steers clear of other common dieting fodder - like meal times, portion sizes and restricted foods. The Picture Perfect plan relies on dieters' minds by using compelling images to motivate.Common Misspellings
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