The Virgin Diet Cookbook

image001150 Easy and Delicious Recipes to Lose Weight and Feel Better Fast

Thousands of people have overcome weight loss resistance with JJ Virgin’s New York Times bestseller, The Virgin Diet, by addressing food allergies, food sensitivities, and other food intolerances. Now, Grand Central Life & Style is thrilled to publish the eagerly anticipated companion cookbook, THE VIRGIN DIET COOKBOOK. Now, readers can have JJ’s internationally acclaimed health and weight loss program in the best place possible: their own kitchens.

In THE VIRGIN DIET COOKBOOK, JJ shows how to incorporate anti-inflammatory healing foods into your diet so you can reclaim your health and reset your metabolism while avoiding the seven foods most likely to cause food intolerance. The recipes are not only easy to make, but also free of gluten, soy, dairy, eggs, corn, peanuts, sugar and artificial sweeteners—and they’re tasty to boot.  JJ also helps you stock your kitchen, provides delicious substitutes for common ingredients, and offers up simple swaps for eating out and on-the-go.

Turning some of the most challenging weight-loss resistant cases into major success stories, JJ has made it her mission to better lives through expert nutrition and diet advice. THE VIRGIN DIET COOKBOOK is JJ’s toolkit for every home, outlining easy and delicious dishes readers will enjoy while losing weight and becoming healthier.

JJ Virgin is a 25-year veteran of the health and fitness industry who has coached high-performance athletes, CEO’s and A-list celebrities.  She frequently offers health advice for national television, radio and print media.  She spent two years as the nutrition expert on Dr. Phil and most recently was the co-host of TLC’s Freaky Eaters.  Virgin is also an adjunct professor at Bauman College of Nutrition and is on the faculty of the Smart Women’s Institute. She is the past president of the National Association of Nutrition Professionals, has a PhD in holistic nutrition, and is a board-certified Health and Fitness Specialist with the American College of Sports Medicine. Visit JJ’s website at


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