South Beach Diet
Resources for This Diet
Books on the South Beach diet include:
The South Beach Diet: The Delicious, Doctor-Designed, Foolproof Plan for Fast and Healthy Weight Loss by Arthur Agatston, MD. New York: Rodale Press, 2003
The South Beach Diet Cookbook by Arthur Agatston, MD. New York: Rodale Press, 2004
Official Web site for the South Beach Diet: www.southbeachdiet.com
The South Beach Diet. my.webmd.com/health_and_wellness/food_nutrition/lose_weight/default.htm; accessed 4/30/2004.
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