The CSIRO Total Wellbeing Diet book 2
Following on from the phenomenal success of The CSIRO Total Wellbeing Diet, comes Book 2 of the diet.
21 October 2006 | Updated 14 October 2011
Dr Manny Noakes with Dr Peter Clifton, The CSIRO Total Wellbeing Diet Book 2, Penguin Books. Australia.
This companion volume provides everything you need to keep on track with your healthy new lifestyle: a summary of the essential principles of the diet; over 80 delicious new recipes, together with healthy ideas for taking your lunch to work and tips on eating out; and a
simple, 'do anywhere’ exercise program.
Book 2 introduces an exercise program designed to assist and encourage the most resistant people off the couch.
As with any complete wellbeing program, exercise is a key factor. Book 2 introduces an exercise program designed to assist and encourage the most resistant people off the couch, with simple and easy-to-follow exercises. Answering all the questions from Book 1’s success including "How appropriate is the diet for me?" and "Can certain foods be substituted to accommodate personal taste?"
Dr Manny Noakes is the stream leader for the Substantiation of Health Benefits of Integrated Lifestyle Programs at CSIRO Nutrition, a centre of Food Science Australia, where she manages clinical trials exploring the effects of different foods, diets, supplements and pharmaceuticals on health. Dr Noakes is:
affiliate senior lecturer in the School of Medicine at Flinders University
affiliate senior lecturer in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of Adelaide
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 Nutrition, a centre of Food Science Australia. 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.
The CSIRO Total Wellbeing Diet Book 2 is available from all good bookshops and CSIRO PUBLISHING.