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How many diets have you tried that haven’t worked for you? The Total Wellbeing Diet, developed by Australia’s CSIRO, is not just another diet, but a long-term eating plan that can make you feel good.
This easy-to-use, scientifically tested and nutritionally balanced diet can really work, helping you lose weight permanently. It can also help keep your hunger satisfied, helping you to reach and maintain your target weight.
With 85 mouth-watering recipes and 12 weeks of varied meal plans to get you started, this book contains everything you need to know about the Total Wellbeing Diet – how to start, what to cook and how to keep the weight off for good.
Various food and agricultural industry bodies have provided funding towards part of CSIRO's research.
Part 1 Understanding the CSIRO Total Wellbeing Diet
1 The CSIRO Total Wellbeing Diet
2 Energy balance & exercise
3 Eating for lifelong health & wellbeing
Part 2 Menu plans for the CSIRO Total Wellbeing Diet
Part 3 Recipes for the CSIRO Total Wellbeing Diet
Eggs & things
Sauces, marinades & rubs
Chicken & pork
Beef & veal
Desserts & drinks
Part 4 Maintaining your new low weight
5 The CSIRO Total Wellbeing Diet maintenance plan
Dr Manny Noakes is the stream leader for the Substantiation of Health Benefits of Integrated Lifestyle Programs at CSIRO Health Sciences and Nutrition, where she manages clinical trials exploring the effects of different foods, diets, supplements and pharmaceuticals on health. She is an affiliate senior lecturer in the School of Medicine at Flinders University, affiliate senior lecturer in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of Adelaide and affiliate associate professor in the Department of Medicine, University of Adelaide.
Dr Peter Clifton is research director for nutrition, obesity and related conditions at CSIRO Health Sciences and Nutrition. He is also associate professor of medicine at the University of Adelaide and practises as an endocrinologist at the Royal Adelaide Hospital and the Flinders Medical Centre.