Get into the fight—the fight against fat! The U.S. Marine drill instructor who has inspired millions through the massively popular TV show, Celebrity Fit Club, reveals his star-studded formula for lifelong health and fitness. Countless marines have trained with Drill Instructor Walden—and now you can too. Harvey offers a workout so simple, you can do it watching your favorite TV show, and so effective, it will change your life. In Harvey Walden's NO EXCUSES! Fitness Workout, he becomes your personal drill instructor for a platoon of one—YOU! All he asks is that you give him half an hour a day, four days a week, to develop a new body, a new attitude—and a new you. The tough marine from Chicago’s South Side tells of his own personal challenges and the lessons he’s learned. He will teach you how to get beyond your excuses and meet the challenge of getting fit. Harvey knows all about excuses—from rookie marines to Hollywood celebrities, he’s seen every trick in the book. He knows just how hard people will try to AVOID getting fit. But he also knows that if you get off your butt, leave behind that sugary, salty, snacky food you’ve been chewing on, and follow his recipe for exercise success, you’ll turn your life around. He knows because he’s done it. And you can do it too! In this book, he sets out a complete three-stage fitness plan for YOU: Stage One: Get OFF Your Butt. Stage Two: Now You Are in the Fight. Stage Three: OOH RAH! You’re a Stud (or Studette)! With thirty-minute workouts for each level of fitness that keep you in motion while taking you through warm-up, cardio, strength training, and cool-down, each stage will hone and tone your body, introducing new challenges as you get fitter. A bonus gym section can take you further still. And Harvey gives his very own personal advice at every stage. So—No Excuses! It’s time to get in the fight.
Everyone has those times when they want to lose their love handles quickly - to get back in their jeans, lose weight put on over Christmas, or look fantastic for a special occasion or a holiday. Joanna Hall shows people how to achieve this and, more importantly, how to make sure the weight doesn't go straight back on. Tried and tested on 12 volunteers, "Drop a Size in Two Weeks Flat!" includes: a 14-day "Get Your Rear In Gear" plan to drop a dress size - an exercise routine that fits easily into your day, a starch curfew plan (no carbohydrates after 5pm), a diet plan including simple lunches, light evening meals and snacks, foods to avoid and "quick fixes" (fashion tricks, treatments and so on); a "maintenance" system - how to keep your body trim in the long term using a simple points system, so you can eat the foods you want while keeping up the starch curfew and tips on how to maintain the good habits of the 14-day plan using the 80/20 system - you only have to be good 80 per cent of the time; and "Damage Limitation" - how to minimize the harm when away on business trips, cooking for a family, entertaining or eating out. Joanna Hall has designed a simple plan which suits the way we actually live, is extremely healthy, does not encourage poor dietary habits and stresses the need to get active to get healthy.
A major new update and revision, incorporating up–to the minute information on the safety and efficacy of controlled carbohydrate weight–loss, as well as dozens of new case studies, and a two week jump–start program. This all–new revised and re–recorded edition of our very successful Dr. Atkins' New Diet Revolution audio will be updated throughout with new material, including a new jump–start program, new case studies, new information regarding using the diet safely, and new studies on efficacy of following the diet
Adolescent obesity and particularly anorexia can devastate seemingly happy famlies and leave lifelong psychological scars. The authors, who have vast experience in the treatment of eating disorders, argue convincingly that they are symptoms of a frustrated search for independence.
teach yourself Getting Pregnant explains everything the prospective parent may need to know as they face the physical, emotional and practical challenges of trying for a baby. It covers health issues in full, from basic biology and an explanation of fertility and cycles, to outlining what supplements are useful and what aren't, and how you can maximise your chances by following a healthy diet and cutting alcohol or nicotine intake. There are plenty of resources and guidelines for parents facing difficulties, including a guide to the medical options, and advice on how to seek further help. It will help couples to deal with the emotional issues faced when trying for a baby, and will also give practical information on who you should tell and who you must tell, and when. With coverage of all aspects of very early pregnancy, from do-it-yourself tests to the very first scan, it will be a useful resource which will help all prospective parents, whether looking to start or to expand their family.
There's more to chef James Martin than three-egg omelettes. For the first time, James talks frankly about life, love, and learning to foxtrot for live TV. He reveals how a hunger for success and a thirst for speed have turned him from humble Yorkshire lad into a British cooking sensation. Highly ambitious and relentlessly motivated, James Martin has worked extraordinarily hard to become one of Britain's most successful TV chefs. It hasn't all been a smooth ride and here James tells his remarkable story, looking back to his working class childhood in Yorkshire, relating the highs and lows of a career in the kitchen and revealing some of the astonishing events that have come with fame and fortune. James enjoys the open road almost as much as the kitchen and his tales of family, food, and fame are woven around the cars that have provided the pivotal moments in his life—from teenage fumblings in the back seat and buying his first Ferrari to hurtling round a track with James Bond actor, Daniel Craig, and taking part in the world's most prestigious vintage road race. Whether he's standing at the stove or sitting behind the steering wheel, this is a man who has never been afraid to put his foot down, and Driven is the intimate, fast-paced, no-holds-barred story of his fascinating life.
How many takeaway pizzas and long-congealed curries will it take to convince you that, as a student, you need this book? How much more of a hammering can your finances (not to mention your digestive system) take before you see sense? Get real and impress your friends with the gorgeous grub that you'll produce using this book. All the basics of cooking are explained, and with popular staples, meals for on or for a (student) household, foreign foods, veggie and healthy eating sections, this book is of far more use than a lecture. So forget about core texts: you won't regret adding this volume to your library.
Zoey and her friends have broken down the barriers of an all boys boarding school and are now students there. The girls are having to adjust to having roommates and the boys are having to adjust to sharing their school with girls.
A guide to setting up a small catering business, with advice on raising finance, buying equipment, costing, advertising, social etiquette, taking on staff and finding premises, as well as on other services which can be offered - freezer-fill, dinner parties, and boardroom lunches.
When her doctor told her she could suffer a stroke just by walking across the street, Susan Blech knew drastic action was called for. She was only 39 years old, and the scale registered a life-threatening 468 pounds. Rejecting the idea of gastric bypass surgery, Susan sold her office supply business in New York City and relocated to Durham, North Carolina, giving up all that was familiar and $70,000 of her life savings to devote herself to losing weight and getting healthy on the famed Rice Diet. In Confessions of a Carb Queen, Susan Blech speaks candidly about topics no obese person has dared to address: fat sex, eating binges, the lies you tell others, and the lies you tell yourself. She explores the psychological component of overeating and the connection between her own binge eating and the aneurysm that left her mother brain-damaged and a quadriplegic when Susan was a toddler. Her gripping story—a blend of memoir, advice, and delicious, health-conscious recipes—is a testament to her personal strength and willpower, and will be an inspiration to all who read it.
Problem Periods: PMS and Other Horrors (Natural & Medical Solutions)
Painful periods, heavy periods, erratic periods, shocking moods and pre-menstrual symptoms once a month: no wonder it's sometimes called "the curse"! This book explains the problems and offers a range of solutions for each. It is extracted and updated from women's health book, "Women's Trouble".
The popularity of muffins has exploded in recent years and this cookbook shows just how versatile a food they can be, with 100 foolproof recipes for tasty treats. Whether cooks are planning an original wedding cake or trying to lose weight without missing out on a mid-morning snack, there are recipes here that will work. In addition to recipes for traditional breakfast muffins, savory ones are also included that go perfectly with soup or salad. Bakers are given general secrets to successful baking, information on preparation and food storage, advice on cooking from frozen, and a troubleshooting guide. Recipes are broken into such categories as breakfast; kids; low-fat, low-carb, fat-free and sugar-free; classics; savory; holiday-themed; and scones. Lastly, special diets are accounted for, with sections of wheat-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, high-fiber, low-cholesterol, lactose-free, diabetic, and egg-free recipes.
Hamlyn All Colour Quick And Easy: Over 250 Mouth-Watering Recipes (Cookery)
When you are short on time and energy after a hard day it s easy to end up cooking the same dishes night after night, or even resorting to ready meals. This book offers a huge range of simple, fresh and delicious dishes, all of which can be put together in 30 minutes or less. With over 250 imaginative recipes for starters, main courses and desserts there s something for every occasion. Whatever you decide to cook, the clear instructions and handy time-saving tips in this book will help you to serve a perfect home-cooked meal in minutes.
Showcases vegetables and brings them centre stage as the main dish of the meal. This title contains a range of recipes, including: Soups, Casseroles and Curries; Fried Vegetables, in the form of Fritters, Stir-fries and Frittatas; Roasts, Gratins, Bakes and Braises, Pies, Tarts and Quiches; Pasta, Noodles and Grains; Pickles and Preserves.
Smart Food is a collection of 140 inspiring and innovative recipes for impressive weekend cooking and those occasions when you want something special. Whether you are entertaining or just like to enjoy cooking something more adventurous, these exciting, flavourful recipes will provide a wealth of tempting ideas. The book covers the full range of starters, main courses with fish, chicken, meat and game, side dishes and desserts. The recipes are all very achievable and owe their flair to innovative ways of using ingredients and flavourings to maximum effect. Starters include delights such as Asparagus with quail eggs and prosciutto, Warm artichoke and hazelnut salad and Fish timbales with hazelnut dressing. Main courses range from Seafood pasta with coconut cream sauce and Roasted monkfish with saffron aioli to Coq au vin with thyme and juniper and Lamb with Chinese spices. Irresistible desserts include such treats as Iced pear parfait and Chocolate star anise cake. 100 colour photographs add to the mouth-watering inspiration of this must-have book.For every cook who wants not only to make something a bit different, but also tofeel confident that they will produce impressive and delicious results, this book is essential!
Slurp: Soups to Lap Up and Love throws the spotlight on a food that is as much drunk as it is eaten. Whether steaming hot and heartwarming or chilled and cooling for a sweltering day, soups also can be made über-funky to start a chic dinner party or thick and chunky for a one-dish meal on a lazy day. Singapore-based Christopher Tan is a formidable force of foodie and food journalist in equal parts, and in this book, he shares 60 recipes that span the gamut from classic to creative and are fully kitchen-tested, so you can confidently serve up a stunning soup no matter what the occasion.
Packed full of inspiration, this super book contains 120 mouth-watering recipes for both sweet and savoury muffins. Written with simple instructions using easy-to-find ingredients, this book is a must-have for any muffin-lover.
Mushrooms: Great Recipe Ideas With a Classic Ingredient>>in 60 Ways
Mushrooms in 60 Ways introduces a variety of mushrooms that are widely available today from the common Button Mushroom to the elegant looking Enoki Mushroom.Drawing inspiration from both the East and the West, Mushrooms in 60 Ways, features a variety of recipes suitable for everyday cooking and for special occasions.Udon Noodle Soup with Assorted Mushrooms and Mushrooms and Beef Stroganoff make an easy to prepare weekday meal, while Shiitake Mushroom Dumplings make an elegant dinner party nibble.Featured recipes include:1. Miso Soup with Tofu, Shimeiji Mushroom and Spring Onions2. Shiitake Mushroom Dumpling3. Five-Spice Pork, Mushroom and Almond Stir-Fry4. Portobello Burger5. Quiche aux Champignon6. Shiitake Tempura7. Creamy Salmon and Mushroom Pie8. Prawn and Mushroom Green Curry9. Fettuccine with Shiitake Mushroom Sauce10. Mushroom and Cashew Chow Mein
One of a series devoted to eating a wide variety of colorful fresh foods, this book shows the versatility of quick, top of the stove, one-pot cooking. It also tells the nutritional benefits of foods by season and color family. Using high-heat cooking preserves nutrients and heightens flavors in fresh vegetables, fruits, grains and legumes. Many of the 60 recipes use three or four ingredients and are ready in 10 minutes or less. These include Cashew Chicken Stir-Fry, Shrimp with Papaya and Coconut, Herbed Cherry Tomatoes, and Winter Peach Shortcake. Nutritional information for each recipe.
Cooks and gourmets everywhere know how delicious Asian food can be. Asian cuisine is so different, yet so appealing, to the western palate, that we make it a cornerstone of our tasting experience.While we know that shrimps bok choi and sprouts are among the distinctive elements of Asian cooking, the sauces that make dishes special are a mystery to many Western chefs. They are widely available in Asian shops, supermarket specialty food sections, and by mail order. But the bottles are often labeled in Chinese or Vietnamese characters. Even labels in English don't actually describe the tastes or uses of the special sauces that we would like to use - but may be reluctant to buy.Asian Sauces and Marinades unlocks this mystery of the orient. It is the key to the pungent, aromatic and richly spiced sauces that are easy to obtain and use to make the rich and complex flavors that are authentic and satisfying. It contains: An 8-page glossary of terms, from Annato to Hoi Sin to Sambal Oeleek Marinades for fish, meat, poultry and tofu Stir-fry sauces and techniques Dressings and pickling sauces for vegetables and fruits Dipping sauces and relishes Rubs and glazes for meat and seafood Stews and braised dishes Curries, mild to fiery Soups, broths and stocks Sauces as accompaniments Dessert sauces.Each section is filled with familiar and unusual recipes (80 in total) that are uniquely associated with the sauces and marinades described. There is a history of the dish and the national cuisine and dozens of very tempting full-color photographs of the dishes described.There is a great need for the information in this book, and Wendy Sweetser presents it in a form and style that is inviting and accessible to Western cook, from novice to experienced. "All great chefs agree that the secret to delicious dishes is the sauce. This volume does a superb job of showing you how fundamentalthey are in Asian cooking and explains their many uses. Having this book in your collection is like having a magic wand in your kitchen." - Chef Martin Yan, - host of Yan Can Cook
Features over 40 vegetables and everything you could possibly want to know about them. Arranged by season, this book will ensure that you always have the freshest and tastiest ingredients at the ready. Each vegetable is described in depth, featuring full-color photographs, and followed by two pages of indispensable recipes.
There's no better way to spend time with loved ones than to sit down together with delicious barbecued food, full of great flavour and using straightforward methods, to enjoy the relaxed feeling that could only come from cooking in this way. This book is for anyone who wants to achieve this, offering exciting and inspiring barbecue and griddle pan recipes to share with friends and family. The book kicks off with an introductory chapter explaining the different global takes on barbecuing before moving on to a useful tips section of how to have a successful barbecue. There are also handy hints on using the tools of the trade, followed by the recipes section, which features 130 delicious ideas, each accompanied by a colour photograph. Recipes are broken down into mouth-watering starters followed by a tempting selection of main courses divided into meat, fish, veggie dishes and salads. There is also a section on barbecue basics, showing how to whip up the perfect accompaniment to enjoy with your meal. This book has a wide selection of recipes that can be enjoyed using the ease and immediacy of a griddle pan or the smoky charcoal of the barbecue, whatever the weather, season or time of day.
"Saturday Kitchen" Cookbook: The Top 100 Recipes from the TV Series (Cookery)
Saturday Kitchen Cookbook offers culinary inspiration for every occasion, with contributions from 30 star cooks, including Antony Worrall Thompson, Gennaro Contaldo, Valentina Harris, Ken Hom, and Manju Malhi. Dishes include Tuna Carpaccio with Arugula and Chili Tomato Dressing, Neapolitan-style Pizza, Chicken Bhuna with Pilau Rice, Coconut Butternut Squash Stew, and Warm Chocolate Sponge Cake with Chocolate Sauce and Chantilly Cream. Packed with tempting color photos and useful tips, this is a must-have cookbook for every day of the week.
Now more than ever patients are taking control of their own health care, leaving many conventional physicians unsure about their role as dispensers of medical knowledge. More waiting rooms are now filled with highly informed medical consumers seeking to partner with their doctors. They want to explore all promising treatiments, both mainstream and alternative, and connect emotionally. To physicians, these patients seem needy and demanding. They expect a lot of attention, but are all too quick to question authority and battle doctors for control of medical care. To patients, though, such physicans come off as distant and stodgy, even arrogant. Many walk away entirely from mainstream medicine seeking a better partnership or they neglect to mention the alternative treatments they're using for fear of disapproval. Less assertive patients simply clam up-put off by doctors' increasingly brusque bedside manner and shorthand use of "medicalese." The unfortunate result in each case is the same: miscommunication and missed opportunities. Patiens fail to receive the best care available to them, and doctor-patient relationships fall far short of the caring and mutually satisfying exchanges they should be. "How to Talk with Your Doctor" is a book for patients and doctors alike. It arms patients with the tools and knowledge they need to communicate better with physicians about using the best high-tech and alternative treatments while also helping doctors balance their skepticism of complementary and alternative approaches with open-mindedness.
Hamlyn All Colour Pasta provides everyone with a comprehensive guide to creating over 100 easy-to-make and tempting pasta recipes. Whether you fancy a simple Spring Garden Pasta Salad, a Classic Meat Lasagne or a more extravagant pasta dish with Swordfish, Artichoke Hearts & Black Olives, this book supplies recipes for all tastes, appetites and occasions. Every recipe is accompanied by a full-page colour photograph and clever variations and new ideas to give you over 200 meals to choose from. The hardest part for you is deciding which delicious dish to cook first!
We are bombarded in the media with images of beautiful women with flawless complexions, perfect bodies and impeccable grooming. But how are the rest of us - those who are less physically advantaged, cash-strapped, and juggling the demands of work and family life - supposed to compete? Well, on our own terms and by making the most of our natural assets - including the curves - and adapting our routines to fit our purse and our lifestyle. Here GMTV star Lorraine Kelly shows in her trademark down-to-earth manner that you don't have to be a supermodel to look gorgeous, though you may well have to make some changes; it's all about attitude, eating healthily, doing enough exercise and enhancing your body shape by toning and slimming down (or even putting on a few pounds) if necessary. In this book Lorraine shares her own health, hair and beauty secrets and provides an effective plan for getting into shape and defying age.
Eating, Drinking, Overthinking: The Toxic Triangle of Food, Alcohol, and Depression--and How Women Can Break Free
A noted expert on women and depression offers a guide to balancing women's relationship to eating, alcohol, and overthinkingBased on extensive original research, "Eating, Drinking, Overthinking" is the first book to show women how they can navigate the often painful and destructive worlds of the title. While it is widely known that women suffer from depression in disproportionately large numbers, what is less well known is the extent to which many women use food and alcohol to regulate their moods. Integrating the insights of her popular first book, Women Who Think Too Much, Yale psychologist Susan Nolen-Hoeksema has written a pathbreaking and highly readable account of the ways in which eating, drinking, and overthinking, can wreak havoc on women's emotional well-being, physical health, relationships, and careers.As "Eating, Drinking, Overthinking" reveals, the coping strategies that lead women into the "toxic triangle" can be turned around to guide them out of it. Instead of letting negative thoughts gain the advantage, Nolen-Hoeksema provides exercises to help women manage their thoughts and maintain a balanced perspective. Susan Nolen-Hoeksema, Ph.D., is a professor of psychology at Yale University. She has been conducting research on women's mental health for twenty years. She and her research have been profiled on the "Today" show, "USA Today," and in "The New York Times." The former director of the Institute for Research on Women and Gender at the University of Michigan, Nolen-Hoeksema was awarded the Leadership Award and Early Career Award by the American Psychological Association and received an Excellence in Research Award from the University of Michigan. She lives in Connecticut with her husband and young son. What causes the vicious cycles of binge eating, drinking, and overthinking that troubles so many women? Susan Nolen-Hoeksema, whom "USA Today" calls "one of the nation's leading authorities on women and depression," examines how these three problems, each fairly commonplace in women's lives, can work together to seriously threaten their health and well-being. As Susan Nolen-Hoeksema revealed in her book "Women Who Think Too Much," women are especially prone to overthinking. Now, in "Eating," "Drinking," "Overthinking," she describes how women who begin by overthinking will often smother their negative feelings in food or drown them in alcohol: as many as 80 percent of the women who report suffering from one "arm" of this toxic triangle report suffering from one or both of the others. * 45 percent of women report that they are chronically on a diet, while 32 percent of college-age women say they binge-eat at least twice a month. * 1 in 5 adult women suffers from some form of alcohol abuse and over 12 percent engage in binge drinking. * 1 in 4 women will suffer a severe depressive episode at least once in her lifetime, while over 13 percent experience mild symptoms of depression. In her book, Susan Nolen-Hoeksema shows women how to harness their emotional and personal strengths to overcome the stress caused by a destructive relationship with food, alcohol, and overthinking. Readers learn how to transform their vulnerabilities into strengths, as well as how to establish new, realistic standards to live by and stay healthy. Dr. Nolen-Hoeksema goes even further, addressing the ways in which young women are particularly vulnerable to the toxic triangle, and explains how they can avoid it. "Eating," " Drinking," " Overthinking "will help women create effective, healthy strategies for living the life they deserve. "An astute analysis with useful recommendations for change."--"Psychology Today" "[Nolen-Hoeksema] teaches mindfulness and meditation techniques that can help women get in touch with their true feelings and keep bad thoughts from snowballing."--"The New Haven Register" "I have witnessed the toxic triangle tear apart friends, but never had the name for it before reading this book. Susan Nolen-Hoeksema offers young women like myself new ways to understand their pain in clear, unpatronizing language. Most important, her book describes pragmatic tools to heal. As I was reading, I kept thinking of additional friends who would benefit from her wise and tested perspective."--Courtney E. Martin, author of the forthcoming "Perfect Girls," " Starving Daughters""" "A brilliant and eminently practical book that brings the best current research to bear on helping women get untangled from overly reflective thinking and the problems with eating, drinking and depression that go with it. By identifying 'the toxic triangle' connecting these disorders and discussing ways to address their root causes, Dr. Susan Nolen-Hoeksema helps those who suffer tap into a wellspring of positive energy and ultimately cure those disorders whose common roots are too often overlooked by practitioners and patients alike."--William S. Pollack, PH.D., author of "Real Boys "and "Real Boys' Voices" "Nolen-Hoeksema presents a theory that women who battle eating disorders, alcohol abuse and depression are really suffering from a single disorder for which she has coined the term 'toxic triangle.' The author claims to be among the first to recognize this (most experts, she says, choose one as the cause of the other two) . . . The book's main strength is its excellent exploration of the impact of all three problems, individually and collectively, on women's lives. Eating disorders, alcohol abuse and depression affect women's relationships, careers, health and put them at risk for assault. Nolen-Hoeksema helps readers make sense of their past experiences and the genetic influences that can also make a difference, perhaps leading to a better understanding of their behavior."--"Publishers Weekly"
Following on from the success of the Good Homes 101 range, the Good Food 101 series features the same compact format, stylish design and diversity of ideas. But this time each book contains recipes for 101 tasty and imaginative dishes. For family meals in a flash, try Good Food 101 Simple Suppers. Divided into Soups and Salads; Snacks; Pasta, Rice and Noodles; Meat; One-pot Dishes; Fish and Puddings, youre guaranteed to find a delicious recipe for every occasion. Taken from BBC Good Food Magazine, Britains top cookery title, the 101 recipes are all short and simple with easy-to-follow steps, using readily available ingredients and are accompanied by a full-colour photograph of the finished dish. Whether you choose Turkey and Wild Mushroom Fusilli, Lamb with Root Vegetable Crush or Roasted Nectarine with Ginger Crumbs, every recipe has been tried and tested by the Good Food team to ensure fantastic results, every time you cook.
Professor Anne de Looy and her team at the Department of Dietetics and Nutrition, Queen Margaret College, in Edinburgh, have been investigating the properties of a new diet. The result - System S - has had a trial group of 30 volunteers in a 12 week study. The properties of this diet include allowance of sugar-coated cereals, biscuits, chocolate and sugary-drinks, while loosing weight.
Move over, Merlot. Craft beer has finally found a place at the fine dining table.Renowned beer sommeliers Hallie Beaune and Christina Perozzi offer a down-to-earth guide to craft and artisanal brews that celebrates beer for what it truly is: sophisticated, complex, and flavorful. Beaune and Perozzi cover everything from beer basics to the science behind beer, food and beer pairings, home brewing, and tips for perfecting one’s palate. This edgy, no-nonsense guide exposes hidden truths, debunks every misconception, and reveals the power that comes with knowing an ale from a lager.
Burn fat, shrink your waist, and get into the best shape of your life with this journal, the essential companion to fitness superstar Jorge Cruise’s newest revolutionary method of resistance training–the 12-Second Sequence.
For the entire 8-week program, you will find: -workout and eating logs to keep you on track -Inspirational quotes and meditations -Journal space to record your own reflections
What’s good for the bitch is good for the bastard. Hundreds of thousands of women have been inspired to “use their head” and get real about the food they eat after reading the best-selling manifesto Skinny Bitch. But it turns out some men have been reading over their girlfriends’ shoulders. Professional athletes such as Milwaukee Brewers’ Prince Fielder and the Dallas Mavericks’ Jerry Stackhouse have adopted a whole new eating plan because of the book. Now authors Rory Freedman and Kim Barnouin think it’s time for the guys to have a book of their own. In Skinny Bastard, they’ll explain why the macho “meat and potatoes” diet is total crap, why having a gut is un-cool (and a turn-off), and how to get buff on the right foods. Eating well shouldn’t be a “girlie” thing—and the Bitches will whip any man into shape with their straight-talk, sound guidance, and locker room language.