If you are reading this, then you are probably interested in losing weight or maintaining recent weight loss. There are many diet books in print today. Although they are all different, most of them work on a single principle such as “low-fat” or “low-carbohydrate”. The PVC Diet should not be looked upon as a diet, but rather as a simple set of rules to assist you in choosing your food. The PVC diet is designed to provide you with simple, straightforward advice. There are no gimmicks or fads here, just a lot of common sense principles.
Two-thirds of the US population is overweight with a BMI of over 25. At the request of his patients, Dr. Kosinski wrote The PVC Diet as a simple, easy to remember eating guide for weight loss, weight maintenance and overall health. Using PVC, many of Dr. Kosinski’s patients have been able to get their BMI into a healthy range and maintain the healthy eating habits without being on a fad diet.
The PVC Diet teaches readers how to tailor their meals to their specific body needs. Using a little science and a little humor, Dr. Kosinski speaks to the readers as though he is talking directly to them. With each chapter only a few pages long, the book can easily be read in one or two sittings. PVC Points noted throughout the book highlight tips like “Stick with protein that swam or flew while it was alive”, “Half the circumference of your plate should always be green”, and “Calories from protein are not free calories” that are easy for readers to remember throughout their day.
Weight maintenance is a lifelong process and the PVC Diet can help.