Bringing Back the Bread – New E-Book Encourages Running, a Balanced Diet, and Calorie Control

May 31, 2011 by admin  
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Bringing Back the Bread – New E-Book Encourages Running, a Balanced Diet, and Calorie Control










Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) August 24, 2004 – Sack Publishing, LLC, launched its first E-

Book, “The Runner’s Diet”, touting the benefits of running and calorie control for overall health and weight loss.

The Runner’s Diet encourages a return to sensible eating, discouraging faddish food group exclusions, and opting instead for balanced, portion controlled meals. The E-Book emphasizes the benefits of running as one of the more effective exercise choices, and that true weight maintenance depends on both the duration and frequency of your running routine.    

More information on the Runner’s Diet can be found at http://www.runnersdiet.com.

About Sack Publishing LLC

Sack Publishing, LLC, is a Minnesota-based electronic non-fiction publisher, founded by Joseph Sack.

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Atkins Diet Recipes: Low Carb Flax Bread (IF)

April 6, 2011 by admin  
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Additional contact methods: Twitter: twitter.com IM: Ask One of the questions I get quite often is how do you give up bread on the Atkins Diet, and my point is you don’t have have to. I learned this bread from Book, my Atkins Diet Drill Sergeant about 4 years ago. It is perhaps more English Muffin than bread or bun tasting, but it is good tasting. It’s tastes like a course ground wheat muffin, perfect for a sausage or egg. Book’s Flax Bread: 1 TBS Butter 1 Large Egg 2 TBS Flax Meal (Golden Flax if possible) 1/2 tsp Baking Powder Soften butter. Mix all ingredients together. Microwave for 2 minutes. Makes 2 Servings. Calories: 105 Calories, 9.75g Fat, 2.4g Carbs (2g Fiber), 4g Protein Note: I have started posting collab videos for the FitnessManswers Channel. Please watch my latest video and subscribe: www.youtube.com www.youtube.com (IF = Induction Friendly)