ISBN 9788184004687,Beauty Diet

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ISBN 9788184004687

Random House Publishers

Publication Year 2013

ISBN 9788184004687

ISBN-10 8184004680


Number of Pages 354 Pages
Language (Hindi)

Indian Writing

The Beauty Diet The Beauty Diet: Eat Your Way To A Fab New You is a detailed guide that helps women use the right kind of nutrition as a way of turning fitter and more fabulous than their regular selves. It seeks to redefine the entire concept of nutrition by offering a fresh perspective on food. In the form of tried-and-tested diet techniques, the author offers much sought-after advice to women of all age groups, helping them delay aging and reveal stunning new looks. She offers tips to cleanse the body using a basic detox and dispose unsightly flab from the tummy, thighs, and arms. She also offers tips that can help improve dental health, bring lustre to hair, and make ones skin radiant. Sabherwal introduces ways in which readers can use food to control their mood swings and maintain a positive temperament. She also presents techniques that can help them look younger, plainly by eating the right kind of food. The book is peppered with diet charts, illustrations, cooking techniques, and recipes. It also includes real life accounts of numerous celebrities about their varied experiences with nutrition and health. About the Author: Shonali Sabherwal Shonali Sabherwal is Indias only practising Counsellor/Chef and Instructor in Macrobiotics and that is her USP. She is a celebrity counsellor and chef to some of the hottest and fittest Bollywood beauties. Her clients include Hema Malini, Neha Dhupia, Esha Deol, Ahana Deol, Jacqueline Fernandez, Katrina Kaif, Tabu, Shekhar Kapur, Kabir Bedi, and Dalip Tahil. She is a graduate of the Kushi Institute, USA. Her tryst with macrobiotics began in 1998 when her father was diagnosed with cancer, and she wanted to help him with an alternative approach to recovery. She sought a diet that would enhance ones well-being from within, focussing on changing blood-condition and using food as a tool to change any kind of imbalances in the body and mind. She has been featured in The Times of India, Vogue, Elle, Hindustan Tim

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