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January 22, 2018 @ 8:00 pm

Fred Bollaci

Details

Date:
January 22, 2018
Time:
8:00 pm

Venue

Books & Books in Coral Gables
265 Aragon Ave
Coral Gables, FL 33134 United States

Phone:
305-442-4408


The ultimate guide for people who want to dine out guilt-free!

Fred Bollaci, who lost 150 pounds (from 330), offers a diet plan takes the pressure off of dieters dining out. He teaches readers how to read a menu, ask important questions of the staff, and have food customized to their dietary needs. He provides insights into converting this into healthy eating at home.
As Fred teaches readers how to eat out and lose weight, he reveals the real secret: It’s not about preparing “clean” food at home, or going “whole” and excluding wheat, sugar, and dairy; nor is it about counting calories or grams: It’s about WHY one overeats in the first place. Fred reveals his story of growing up in an Italian family, and how his parents’ divorce led to his eating compulsions. He tried every fad diet, but Fred was searching for a lasting solution. With the help of his doctor, a nutritionist, a trainer, and a psychologist, Fred was able to devise a four-phase diet and exercise plan. Fred proves that if he can do it, anyone can. He has kept the weight off for six years, running four marathons―he looks great, feels great, and can enjoy great food and drink wherever he is.

Featuring recipes from America’s most noted restaurant chefs, as well as original recipes from Fred’s own kitchen, The Restaurant Diet is for the 19 million Americans who love to dine out on a regular basis―and the 38% who are overweight.


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About the Author:

Fred Bollaci is a Miami local, world traveler, sommelier, writer, and gourmet and fitness expert. He is the CEO and President of Fred Bollaci Enterprises. He is also the author of “The Golden Palate” Appetite Column in VENÜ Magazine. While traveling the world and eating at some of the world’s finest restaurants, he lost 150 pounds just by making thoughtful, educated choices. This experience inspired him to write The Restaurant Diet to share his well-researched techniques with others.