How to lose weight permanently with a healthy, lower-calorie lifestyle. Everyone who has been on and off the diet roller coaster knows that in order to lose weight, you must eat foods that contain fewer calories. The trick, however, is finding a way to stay motivated and eat less without getting bored or hungry or feeling deprived. Readers will discover just that in Low-Calorie Dieting For Dummies a delicious, easy-to-follow, safe low-calorie diet plan they can follow for life. Inside, along with six weeks worth of flexible, realistic, daily menu plans, readers will also find creative new ways to avoid falling off the diet wagon, eat healthier, and maintain weight loss. Susan McQuillan, MS, RD (New York, NY), is a registered dietitian, nutrition consultant, and writer. Susan is a former senior food and nutrition editor at American Health magazine and Reader's Digest General Books Division. Her work has appeared in Woman's Day, Family Circle, McCall's, Fitness, Women's Sports & Fitness, Prevention, Cooking Light, and Country Living magazines.