Get healthy in just 15 days with this diet plan from the celebrity trainer and New York Times bestselling author featured on Khloé Kardashian's Revenge Body--now revised with the latest nutrition science and updated recipes.
Harley Pasternak has worked with most of Hollywood, whipping celebs into shape for roles and the red carpet and also appearing as a celebrity trainer on Revenge Body with Khloé Kardashian. With The Body Reset Diet, he introduced his ultimate reset plan to the word, and rebooted readers' systems to set them on the path to thinner, healthier, happier lives. Now he's updating this beloved plan with a new introduction, the latest findings in nutritional science, and new recipes.
This three-phase program focuses on the easiest, most effective way to slim down: blending. The five-day jumpstart includes delicious, expertly crafted smoothies, dips, snacks, and soups--all customizable to any preference or diet restriction. Over the following ten days, readers will reintroduce healthy versions of their favorite foods along with the blended recipes, keeping their metabolisms humming. The plan also explains how the easiest form of exercise--walking--along with light resistance training is all it takes to achieve the celebrity-worthy physique that every reader craves.
Whether readers are looking to lose significant weight or just those last five pounds, The Body Reset Diet offers a proven program to hit the reset button, slim down, and get healthy in just fifteen days--and stay that way for good!
About the Author
Harley Pasternak, is the New York Times best-selling author of The 5-Factor Diet, 5-Factor Fitness, and The 5-Factor World Diet. He was a co-host on ABC's The Revolution and makes regular appearances on the Today show and Good Morning America. He has also appeared on The View, The Oprah Winfrey Show, CNN, E!, and Rachael Ray. Harley has been featured in Cosmopolitan, Us Weekly, In Touch, Shape, People, Glamour, Elle, Allure, Men's Health, Fitness, Seventeen, Marie Claire, New York Post, Los Angeles Times, and The Washington Post. He holds a master of science degree in exercise physiology and nutritional sciences from the University of Toronto and an honors degree in kinesiology from the University of Western Ontario.