Optivia Diet Cookbook: Over 40 Lean & Green Meal to Taste to Kickstart Rapid Weight Loss, Boost Your Metabolism, Easy, And Cheap Healthy Dish (Paperback)

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Do you want to put your air fryer oven to good use and optimize your weight loss by following the optIvia diet?


The OptIvia diet is a healthy eating pattern which helps you to lose weight and maintain health. You will consume a combination of purchased, homemade "lean and green" meals and processed food - called "fueling". With this diet, there is no need for counting calories or carbs.


This book will show you everything you should know about this awesome diet plan. The foods you should take and the ones you shouldn't, the OptIvia Diet plan to follow in order for you to lose weight and enjoy a healthy life


All the ingredients included in this cookbook can be bought at your local grocery stores. You will find many recipes for the whole family but also vegetarian or picky eater guests.


With this cookbook in your kitchen, you will:


Have 50 quick and easy recipes that follow the guidelines of the OptIvia diet to keep you on track of ultimate weight loss


Experience rapid weight loss with these carefully selected recipes that obey the restrictions and guidelines of the diet


Boost your metabolism and burn fat while enjoying delicious, easy to make meals in just minutes


Discover the method and science behind the success of the OptIvia Diet and why it's so effective for thousands of people


Save time cooking lean and green meals in your air fryer rather than slaving over the stove for hours


Feel confident and happy with how you look as you watch the pounds just melt off your figure


And Much More


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It's important to provide your body with sensible food choices, but...

The essential part is also to know how to combine them in order to achieve maximum results. Luckily, you just got your hands on a program with Recipes To Diverse Your Diet and Never Feel Like It Is The Same Thing All Over Again


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Product Details
ISBN: 9781801548427
ISBN-10: 1801548420
Publisher: Katy Smith
Publication Date: March 17th, 2021
Pages: 170
Language: English

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