The Sonoma Diet

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The Sonoma Diet is a new and better way of eating without starvation.

The Sonoma Diet is a weight loss diet plan that allows you to eat the foods you enjoy. It combines healthy meal plans and recipes into an easy to follow and very delicious diet plan.

With the Sonoma Diet you don’t focus on all the things you are NOT eating, but on the things you are eating, which are truly delicious.

The Sonoma diet is a Mediterranean type diet that recommends:

  • Whole grains
  • Lean meats
  • Fruits – strawberries, grapes
  • Vegetables – spinach
  • Healthily fats, such as olive oil
  • Nuts – almonds
  • Wine in moderation

Benefits of the Sonoma Diet

The Sonoma Diet book delivers all the information you need to lose weight and keep it off forever in a very manageable way.

The book is very well structured compared to the South Beach Diet.

The author Connie Guttersen has included interesting information about the 10 power foods, which will help you make better food choices.

The Sonoma Diet recipes are great and you will never get bored with them.

You will lose weight and won’t crave for “bad foods” after the diet, as you usually do after other diets. This is because The Sonoma Diet provides nutritional information about healthy foods, meal plans and recipes, as well as more details on weight management and healthy eating for life.

The Sonoma Diet has 3 waves (phases)

The first wave helps you reduce the amount of processed foods in your menu for about 10 days. After these 10 days your body will get healthier than ever. 

The second wave is where you will start losing weight. Here you will learn how to incorporate the Sonoma Diet healthy eating habits into your life.

The final wave is the maintenance one, in which you learn to how to eat healthily for the rest of your life.

The Sonoma Diet: Trimmer Waist, Better Health in Just 10 Days, by Connie Guttersen R.D., Ph.D. (available at Amazon – Hardcover)

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