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Why struggle to lose weight when the solution has been published in this highly revealing new book?

BETHESDA, MARYLAND, November 3, 2014, With the Holiday Season fast approaching, many people are concerned about shedding some weight or are afraid of piling on the pounds with that big Turkey Dinner. There are many diet plans available, some work, some are a waste of time. Co-Authors James Guetzkow, M.D., and Jason Guetzkow, have published a diet plan backed by a well-known clinical study. “The Greek Yogurt Diet – Lose Belly Fat and Get Slim Now” is the last diet that anybody has to attempt, and that is simply because it works. Anybody can make such a claim, but in this case, a study that was conducted by The University of Tennessee, and published in the International Journal of Obesity, states very succinctly why Yogurt is the answer.

Researchers found that obese adults who ate three servings of fat-free yogurt a day as part of a reduced-calorie diet lost 22% more weight and 61% more body fat than those who simply cut calories and didn’t bone up on calcium. Yogurt eaters also lost 81% more fat in the stomach area than non-yogurt eaters. “Not only did yogurt help the study participants lose more weight — the average weight loss was 14 pounds — they were about twice as effective at maintaining lean muscle mass,” says researcher Michael Zemel, PhD, professor of nutrition at the University of Tennessee.

These findings are significant, and validate the diet protocols explained in “The Greek Yogurt Diet”. Readers will find this book an easy read, and filled with facts and tips that can be used in everyday life. The book has created quite a buzz on the Dieting Forums and Blogs. Readers have commented on the thoughtful way the book is laid out: It gives readers a comprehensive lifestyle and diet program with meal plans and dozens of delicious recipes. Exercise, sleep patterns, relaxation and eating habits all work together to improve health and help lose weight.

“The Greek Yogurt Diet” is 284 pages, and divided into six sections: The Greek Yogurt Diet, Live Like a Genius, Eat Like a Genius, Just Add Yogurt, Greek Yogurt Recipes, and More Recipes. Each section is comprised of explanatory chapters, 21 in all. Reader Testimonials have been pouring in and attest to how successful they were with the Yogurt Diet. Take a look at what J. McCort, a Verified Amazon Purchaser, has to say: “I just purchased the Kindle edition yesterday and am almost finished reading this most excellent book! This book is one of the most comprehensive “diet books” I have ever read. And I’ve read many. It certainly makes a compelling case for Greek yogurt, but contains a wealth of tips, tantalizing recipes, and much more.”

He goes on to say: “The cool thing is that every suggestion made in this book is based upon scientifically proven (and quoted) principles, and yet the authors write in an easy-to-understand style. I am excited to begin incorporating the elements of the “Greek Yogurt Diet” into my life. I will update later with the results. If you purchase only ONE diet book, make it this one.”

James Guetzkow, M.D., has served as an on-air, medical commentator in national segments for NBC. He has been a board-certified member of the American Board of Family Medicine since 1978. Dr. Guetzkow has also received board certification from the American Board of Internal Medicine with a Focused Practice in Hospital Medicine. He has acted as a licensed physician investigator and has served as the principal investigator in a number of clinical trials. Dr. Guetzkow has also trained students in the medical field as an adjunct clinical professor at Stanford University.

Jason Guetzkow is an attorney and writer. Jason is a graduate of the New York University School of Law and UC Berkeley, and is passionate about preventive medicine.

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