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The Party Diet

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Go ahead and enjoy the holidays (isn't that what they're for?) and still slim down! Guaranteed.

The Diet That Lets You Indulge

Wait! Don't resign yourself to gaining weight over the holidays like you usually do. This eat-what-you-love-and-still-lose program makes it possible to put yourself at the top of your to-do list (and go to the office party looking hot).

On these pages, Melissa Clark and Robin Aronson, authors of The Skinny: How to Fit in Your Little Black Dress Forever (Meredith Books), give you a starter kit for eating right on the run with a week's worth of meals and snacks, including easy recipes you can whip up fast, as well as healthy takeout and prepared foods. Going to a party? Swap the day's snack and dessert for one of the goodies in "You Can Indulge Guilt-Free" on the final page.

Follow this plan and you'll consume about 1,500 calories a day and drop 5 pounds in a month. (For variety, replace some of the foods with your favorites; eat about half of your usual-size portion.) Even better: Combine the diet with our fat-blasting workout and you'll double your weight loss to 10 pounds in just four weeks!

Next:  Day 1


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a3984502 wrote:

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2/2/2012 02:26:50 AM Report Abuse
Nikky wrote:

Probably this diet is difficult to me

1/24/2011 12:33:23 PM Report Abuse
mreagan3 wrote:

Lame. You need an I don't like this button.

12/13/2009 03:35:23 PM Report Abuse
fdeverteuil wrote:

Some sugar is good for your body. It helps to creat muscle, fuel energy etc... Reports of people who eliminate sugar, using only artificial sweetners in coffee etc... lose weight when they switch back to sugar. It is important to know that everything should be done in moderation.

12/11/2009 02:39:14 PM Report Abuse
stephanie.barton1 wrote:

berries are great, but way out of season--bad for both one's wallet and planet.

12/11/2009 02:34:17 PM Report Abuse

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