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The Wall Street Diet

Created by a dietitian for high-paced individuals.

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If you have a Wall Street-esque work style – long hours, spending too much time in airports and at client dinners – then you are all too aware of how difficult it is to eat healthy and lose weight given your frenzied work life. But your life and your waistline just got a break thanks to the book, The Wall Street Diet: The Surprisingly Simple Weight Loss Plan for Hardworking People Who Don't Have Time to Diet, by dietitian Heather Bauer. Bauer offers strategies and solutions for those who don’t have time to count calories but want to shed a few pounds or just want to know how to navigate their way through a five-course fundraiser dinner.

The book starts by having you decide if you are a member of the Clean Plate Club or the Controlled Eater club. This classification then dictates what diet course you follow. Filled with ways for how to handle tempting office parties, airport food courts, pastry-heavy conference meetings, and other business situations, The Wall Street Diet doesn’t give you any diet information that you haven’t been told before but what it does give are practical and effective solutions for how to lose weight, improve your health and still be a workaholic.

PRO
  • Offers practical and healthy solutions
  • Wall Street Diet is not about deprivation
  • Educates reader on important nutrition principles
CON
  • Tailored to people who work
DIET and NUTRITION

The Wall Street Diet’s main intention is to make losing weight an easy part of leading a busy work life. Bauer offers nutrition guidelines that are the mainstay of most diets such as avoiding sugar, refined carbohydrates and fried foods but she also gives guidelines for how to deal with business situations where food is aplenty. Included are tips like scanning restaurant menus ahead of time for healthy options, what to eat at all-you-can buffets and fast-food calorie cheat-sheets that help you keep your calories in check while not feeling deprived or looking like the Black Sheep dieter at important business dinners.

EXERCISE

The Wall Street Diet recognizes how difficult it is to find time to exercise. Rather than exercise starting immediately, Bauer has you build up to implementing a fitness regimen. Included are effective 20-minute exercise programs that should be done three times a week. Bauer also includes tips for how to exercise when you’re on the road, the best workout videos and how to exercise at home.

CONCLUSION

The Wall Street Diet is a practical and effective weight loss guide for those who lead hectic corporate lives. Rather than spending time preparing meals, counting calories and working out at the gym, author and dietitian Heather Bauer offers simple and effective ways for you to lose weight and regain your health while still maintaining overtime-fueled work week.

Common Misspellings

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