The Atkins diet meets The South Beach Diet ...dieting secrets of the rich, famous - and thin! Atkins results. Hamptons style. As the former medical director of the Atkins Center and a frequent guest on radio and television, Dr. Fred Pescatore is one of today's most highly visible low-carb diet doctors. And his visibility is sure to increase now that he is taking over the customer base of the Atkins Center, following Dr. Atkins's untimely death in early 2003. Building on the low-carb, Mediterranean-style diet plan he pioneered in Thin For Good, Dr. Pescatore now presents The Hamptons Diet, a program that introduces a secret ingredient - macadamia nut oil, the most monounsaturated oil on the planet - among other delicious components. Complete with 30-day meal plans featuring more than 100 mouthwatering recipes from celebrity chefs and just in time for the summer beach season, The Hamptons Diet is 2004's exciting new low-carb diet book - a deliciously satisfying, medically sound weight-loss program that can help anyone slim down and feel like the rich, famous, and thin.
Fred Pescatore, MD (New York, NY, East Hampton, NY, and Dallas, T-X), is the head of the Centers for Integrative and Complementary Medicine and the author of Thin For Good (0-471-41012-8).
Fred Pescatore, M.D., is head of Partners in Integrative Medicine in New York. Before establishing his own practice, Dr. Pescatore worked alongside the legendary Dr. Robert C. Atkins as Medical Director of the Atkins Center. He has appeared on The View, Deborah Norville, and Weekend Today and has been featured in the New York Times and other national media. Dr. Pescatore's other books include The Allergy and Asthma Cure, Thin For Good, and Feed Your Kids Well. He lives and works in New York, Dallas, and East Hampton.