Lose up to a pound a day with more than 100 mouthwatering recipes for sugar-free meals, drinks, snacks, and desserts, based on the cravings-busting, fat-melting science from Zero Sugar Diet.
Now, with Zero Sugar Cookbook, Zinczenko shows how you, too, can melt away belly fat, boost your energy levels and metabolism, improve your gut health, and take control of your health.
Skinny Soups and Salads Slim down one taste at a time.
All-American Classics Make your favorite go-to comfort foods—and watch the pounds melt away.
And Delicious Desserts! Cap your amazing meals with insanely decadent post-dinner delights.
Inside you’ll discover: Belly-Filling Breakfasts Enjoy quick and delicious morning meals to supercharge your day.
Indulgent Pizza and Pasta Craft hearty Italian classics made healthier at home.
10-Minute Meals Whip up the quickest, easiest, tastiest meals for when you want something satisfying—fast.
“I’ve lost 15 pounds thanks to Zero Sugar, and my friends and family have all lost weight.
”—Lisa Gardner, Elgin, South Carolina “I have type 2 diabetes, and Zero Sugar changed my life!”—David Menkhaus, Liberty Township, Ohio.
With Zero Sugar Diet, #1 New York Times bestselling author David Zinczenko continued his twenty-year mission to help Americans live their happiest and healthiest lives, uncovering revolutionary new research that explained why you can’t lose weight—showing that it’s not your fault! The true culprit is sugar—specifically added sugars—which food manufacturers sneak into almost everything we eat, from bread to cold cuts to yogurt, peanut butter, pizza, and even “health” foods.
Easy and delicious, these recipes really work!”—Barbara Skarf, Southfield, Michigan “I lost 10 pounds and have a flatter tummy! And the best part is, I don’t need sugar and I don’t crave desserts.
Popular math at its most entertaining and enlightening.
The Babylonians invented it, the Greeks banned it, the Hindus worshiped it, and the Church used it to fend off heretics.
For centuries the power of zero savored of the demonic; once harnessed, it became the most important tool in mathematics.
Today, zero lies at the heart of one of the biggest scientific controversies of all time: the quest for a theory of everything.
“Zero is really something”-Washington PostA New York Times Notable Book.
Now it threatens the foundations of modern physics.
For zero, infinity’s twin, is not like other numbers.
Zero has pitted East against West and faith against reason, and its intransigence persists in the dark core of a black hole and the brilliant flash of the Big Bang.
In Zero, Science Journalist Charles Seife follows this innocent-looking number from its birth as an Eastern philosophical concept to its struggle for acceptance in Europe, its rise and transcendence in the West, and its ever-present threat to modern physics.
Here are the legendary thinkers—from Pythagoras to Newton to Heisenberg, from the Kabalists to today’s astrophysicists—who have tried to understand it and whose clashes shook the foundations of philosophy, science, mathematics, and religion.