LAUNCH OF THE BOOK
“YOU’VE LOST WEIGHT!”
The easy guide to receiving this compliment every day!
DR. SARITA DAVARE & MASTER CHEF SANJEEV KAPOOR
Forever young “Sridevi” launched the book
Guest- Dr.Deepak Namjoshi
Host for the evening- Sonali Kulkarni, Publisher -Harsha Bhatkal, Popular Prakashan
Date & Time- 12th December, 2017 on Tuesday at 6:30 pm
Venue- Manik Sabha Griha, Bandra Reclamation, Opposite, Leelavati Hospital
Size: 5” x 8”
Pages: 312 (Black & White)
Cover : Paperback
Master Code: 4489
If you change just one lifestyle habit, instead of struggling to power through a traditional “diet,” you can lose two or more pounds each week. If you change up to three habits, you may lose more. Sounds simple? It can be. It’s all about finding the ‘happy & healthy weight & body’ that one can feel good about. Dieting is not about deprivation of food, on the contrary, it’s about providing our body with the right kind of nourishment. Educative, easy to read and full of great advice, the book helps find solutions to all your fears and excuses, and discover an effective way of living, eating and losing weight through Dr. Sarita Davare & Sanjeev Kapoor’s new book “You’ve lost weight”.
The launch of the book saw the presence of – Raj Thackeray, Shankar Mahadevan, Tisca Chopra, Kapil Pathare, Rajeev Matta, Rohini Hattangadi, Bharti Achrekar, Mickey Mehta, Pinky Reddy, Subodh Bhave, Prashant Damle, Nirmiti Sawant, Sumeet Raghavan, Shilpa Tulaskar, Kedar Shinde, Harshada Khanvilkar, Bharat Jadhav, Vandana Gupte, Shrikant Narayan, Sikandar Kher, Kapil Patil (Member of Parliament, Lok Sabha Bhiwandi ), Avinash Abhyankar(MNS leader), Dr. Naam Joshi, Madhurima Nigam, Sikander Kher etc.
“I have devised a holistic plan that is varied and practical, yet with the desired impact on the body’s metabolism, resulting in overall improved health and weight loss” – Dr Sarita Davare
“I have personally followed this diet and found it to be very effective and easy to follow. For this book I have specially developed 130 recipes which will enable you to make the right food choices and have a diet plan that is tasty and exciting” – Sanjeev Kapoor
Shattering myths and putting the common Indian foods firmly back on the plate, the secret foods for health, vitality and weight loss lie in your own kitchens and backyards. This sequel to The Live Well Diet takes you further along the road to wellness by giving you the tools and techniques to change your eating and lifestyle habits. It also describes the various stages of habit formation so you can change harmful habits and build new ones. It also provides you with proactive defenses against ‘Excusitis’, the condition that afflicts many dieters who avoid or abandon diets on the flimsiest of excuses. The result: you begin to lose weight and inches, your health improves and you look and feel more confident, leading to regularly receiving the compliment, “You’ve lost weight!”
Enjoy 130 mouth-watering recipes by Master Chef Sanjeev Kapoor which proves that diets and deliciousness are not mutually exclusive: you can surprise your family and guests with many lip-smacking dishes that belie their status as ‘diet foods’. The secret to living a life of holistic wellness and weight loss, as described in this book, is to acquire the following habits
About Dr. Sarita Davare- Dr. Sarita Davare, a leading practitioner of health and wellness management for the past 21 years in Mumbai, has developed a holistic approach to wellness. Combining the best of traditional Ayurvedic principles with modern medical practice, she has discovered a successful solution to the health concerns of her patients. Specialising in pain and weight management, pain and sports injury, and acupuncture for the treatment of chronic ailments and obesity, Dr Davare has helped a large number of patients overcome chronic health disorders. A gold medalist with an MD in Ayurveda, she is the recipient of several awards for her sterling contribution to health management, including the prestigious Rajasthriya Savitri Award in Maharashtra in February 2013.
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