In the new book,
The Beer Diet:
How to Drink Beer and Not Gain Weight,
renowned natural health journalist
Gary Greenberg shares his secrets on
how to enjoy the world's most popular beverage without piling on the pounds.
Rugby players are known to drink a lot of beer, and Gary is a homebrewer to boot.
But that doesn't keep him from flying high as an Old Boy, who still fits into his size 32 rugby shorts.
It's truly a BREWtiful life for Gary.
Read The Beer Diet and learn how you can have your brew and waistline, too.
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"Original, unique, exceptionally informative, impressively entertaining, amazingly effective, and thoroughly 'user friendly' in organization and presentation, "The Beer Diet: How to Drink Beer and Not Gain Weight" is essential reading for any and all dedicated beer enthusiasts seeking to enjoy the benefits of their favorite beverage while avoiding unintended consequences to their health and well-being."
The Beer Diet includes enough references to Rugby and beer to make Gary’s experiences in that realm credible, but they’re peripheral to all the information about the process of making beer, nutrition, the effects of alcohol and even the collection of some of his favorite soup recipes included in the appendix.
In a wide-ranging interview, Gary offers insights about diet, exercise and how sipping beer by a turtle pen can make you happy.
A leading craft beer advocate reports on rugby star Will Greaves winning a rare proof copy of The Beer Diet.
Miami's leading alternative newspaper features Gary and The Beer Diet.
Former NBC VP and public relations legend Tom Madden talks about Gary's annual beer fast on his popular blog, Madden's Mischief.
A portion of proceeds from book sales will benefit the nonprofit food bank Boca Helping Hands, because a lot of people are more concerned with putting food on the table than beer in their bellies.