New Book Keeps Readers Healthy and Gastronomically Satisfied

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Lifestyle diet introduced by Dr. Dan Eichenbaum does not need one to weigh, measure, compare, exchange, look up, or keep track of anything

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For the past 20 years, Americans continue to gain weight and develop adult-onset diabetes at an alarming rate. The costs of this epidemic – in terms of death, disability, and essential medical/nursing care – are enormous and continuing to increase. While numerous diet “gurus” push low-calorie, low-fat eating regimens that are mostly too complex to follow, Dr. Dan Eichenbaum presents a simple, easy-to-follow, no-brainer eating program that only takes five basic steps.

Based mostly on Dr. Atkins’ low-carbohydrate dietary regimen, The Five-Finger Lifestyle Diet is an instruction manual for eating, a how-to book for managing food intake, and a catechism to help readers live a healthy lifestyle. “My goal is to give you a simple, understandable eating lifestyle to break the carbohydrate addiction that will ruin your health and shorten your life,” Eichenbaum shares.

Unfortunately, most are always looking for the easy way, a magic pill, a painless alternative to achieve weight loss and good health. While the Five-Finger Lifestyle is close to painless, it does require commitment to a plan of action. Basically, the diet lets readers understand what foods they must not eat (the Five Untouchables) and why they are not good.

Including low-carb recipes, The Five-Finger Lifestyle Diet will help the overweight and diabetic eat pleasurably but wisely as well achieve weight loss and blood sugar control.

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About the Author
Dan Eichenbaum, MD, has been a practicing ophthalmologist in Murphy, North Carolina, for the past twenty-four years. He received a BS degree from the University of Michigan with high distinction and honors and an MD degree from Yale University School of Medicine as cum laude. A military veteran of the Vietnam era, he served as a commissioned officer in the navy and U.S. Public Health Service stationed in Bethesda, Maryland, from 1973–1975. Prior to moving to North Carolina, he practiced for several years in New York and Florida. Professionally, he is the author of numerous scientific articles and has lectured at ophthalmology meetings in the United States and abroad. He has six patents and has past business experience related to the manufacture, sale, and distribution of these medical devices.

The Five Finger Lifestyle Diet * by Dr. Dan Eichenbaum
Publication Date: March 20, 2012
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 66 pages; 978-1-4653-0963-1
Trade Hardback; $24.99; 66 pages; 978-1-4653-0964-8

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