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The Restaurant Diet - How to Eat Out Every Night and Still Lose Weight - cover

The Restaurant Diet - How to Eat Out Every Night and Still Lose Weight

Fred Bollaci

Publisher: Mango

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Key Selling Points:
•	Author is a well-known foodie and entrepreneur who loves to eat out and lost 150 pounds through his technique which he shares for the first time.
•	Explains to readers what to eat and what not to eat from the menu of a fine restaurant.
•	This is a non-restrictive diet! It empowers readers by giving them permission to continue to enjoy the fine foods and restaurants they love, rather than prescribing an unrealistic regimen as a means to achieve lasting success.Provide delicious and healthy gourmet recipes from 50 of the top restaurants in the country.
•	Provides delicious and healthy gourmet recipes from 50 of the top restaurants in the country

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