The A-List Diet: Lose up to 15 Pounds and Look and Feel Younger in Just 2 Weeks

The New Weight-Loss Revolution from the Diet Doctor to the Stars 

From red carpet premieres to TV interviews, celebrities are always under pressure to look their best. Dr. Fred Pescatore, author of the New York Times bestseller The Hamptons Diet, is sharing—for the first time—the secret diet he uses with his A-list clientele. You can drop up to 15 pounds in as little as two weeks—while enjoying delicious and satisfying food! 

With a unique dieting innovation, more than 100 delicious recipes, and easy-to-follow meal plans, The A-List Diet goes beyond Atkins, beyond The Whole30, beyond Eat Fat, Get Thin, and way beyond Paleo. By combining the benefits of protein boosting, protein rotation, inflammation busting, and acid-reducing alkalization, this diet maximizes your ability to drop weight. In The A-List Diet, there is no point counting, no obsessing over the scale, and no gimmicks. Just smart swaps, simple solutions, and a fresh new look at everyday choices. Dr. Pescatore helps you identify what type of dieter you are so you can customize his strategies to work best for you, so this is truly your diet secret. 

Featuring testimonials from Dr. Pescatore’s patients, The A-List Diet is your ultimate guide to losing weight with healthy strategies and quick results. Get red carpet ready with the fabulous new you!



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  1. 62 of 62 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Some good tips and recipes, May 1, 2017
    E. J. (Raleigh, NC)

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    I regretted the purchase of this book. Some good tips and recipes, but the nutritional supplement recommendations were extensive and cost prohibitive. I also went to the doctor’s website the prices were ridiculous. Put me on the B list.
  2. 120 of 120 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    First 11 Days: Daily account with Pros and Cons, June 12, 2017

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    I am a size 12, 42 year old peri-menopausal woman – possibly the hardest time to lose weight. I have always struggled with my weight due to both genetics (the women on my dad’s side are morbidly obese, type 1 diabetics) and lifestyle (we travel a lot and who can go for a 12 hour flight without wine or say no to pasta in Italy or croissants in France?). When I need to lose weight, I typically opt for Atkins, which usually works well. But, this year, things changed. I diligently stayed below 20g of net carbs a day with a caloric intake between 500 and 1000 calories and, after a month, the scale barely budged. Really? I was so frustrated, I didn’t know what to do. Then, I found Dr. Pescatore’s book through the article in First magazine. Although I found the claim of “drop 57 lbs by Memorial Day” utterly ridiculous, I’d be thrilled at a result at just 15% – 20% of that. So, I bought the Kindle version (hard cover was not yet available) and figured I’d give it a go.

    Reading the book:
    Although I am a lay person, I do like to know the “why” behind the do so I actually enjoyed learning about the functions of the different proteins and amino acids. Granted, I can’t recall enough of the details to pass a test but the science made enough sense to me to try out the plan. So, I readied myself for Phase 1 – Detox. This includes a 3 day (not 2 day as others claim) full liquid detox (day 3 is broth, which I don’t count as food). Yes, the supplements are expensive but I thought that if I was going to really try this out, I wanted to stick to it as purely as possible so that any failure would be the good doctor’s and not mine.

    Ordering the Product:
    When I went to the website, all items I ordered were in stock. Specifically, I ordered the following:
    • DetoxLogic
    • MetaMulti Advanced
    • Robuvit
    • Burn Logic
    Total Price – $264. The most egregiously priced is the multi-vitamin at $110 which you can probably do without. Mine didn’t arrive in time for my first week of Detox so I went with my usual multi-vitamin which seemed fine.

    Dealing with customer service is HORRIBLE. In my confirmation email, I was told I would receive a tracking # when the items shipped (all were in stock so I expected them to ship immediately). Days later, I heard nothing so I inquired. I then received an email notifying me that DetoxLogic (which showed in stock when I ordered) was back ordered for 20 days. What? I was planning to start my detox in 2 days so I emailed them back asking them to cancel my order. I was told that the order had processed and could not be cancelled. Two more emails back to them telling them I was not notified of the shipping delay at the time of payment and no longer need the item. Never heard a word back. It was eventually cancelled but no one told me until I called back a 4th time to try to get things settled.

    I ordered Nutricost BCAA powder ($20.95), Reg’Active Liver and Health ($37.50), Bulk Supplements DMG ($22.95) and Nature Made Tumeric Supplements ($9.62 for 60) on Amazon and got a Detox supplement through my grocery store. All in all, I spent around $350 for all of the supplements. Expensive – Yes (and you can probably cut that in half with a few swaps, especially the multi-vits). However, I haven’t found any other diet plans that are less expensive than this.

    Here’s how it went:

    My biggest fear was not the liquid fast (although 3 days did sound long) because I usually don’t eat a ton and often practice intermittent fasting (waiting 16-18 hours between meals). If you are someone who has to eat every 4 hours, this may not be the diet for you. For me, the lack of wine and coffee in my life was terrifying. But, I had committed. So, day 1, I drank water and herbal tea throughout the day and was surprised to find I was ok, except for some fatigue. Day 2 was similar. I didn’t experience headaches or hunger pains but was tired, really tired. The problem started that evening. I experienced awful muscle pains in my lower back, pelvic region and thighs. The pain was so bad, I couldn’t sleep at all that night. I tried self-massage and heating pads but the pain was in too many places. It was ok when I was standing but excruciating when I sat or lay down. I don’t know if it was my body releasing toxins or a lack of potassium or some other mineral but it was pretty unbearable. The pain continued through Day 3 when I broke down and took 3 Excedrin Migraine and, poof, all was better. (No, I am not a spokesperson for Execdrin but I would be willing to be now). This was my first foray into bone broth, which I purchased grass-fed, organic in the freezer section of Central Market. I’m not a fan of the gelatinous consistency so I didn’t repeat the broth through the rest of phase 1. On Day 4, you are allowed eggs. I had 2 at noon and then was shocked that I wasn’t hungry the rest of the day so I just…

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