The Case for Keto by Gary Taubes
Despite the fact that we’ve been misled for more than a century, the best-selling author of Why We Get Fat and The Case Against Sugar is here to correct our misconceptions about healthy eating. Gary Taubes presents a manifesto for the twenty-first-century battle against obesity and diabetes based on twenty years of investigative research and interviews with 100 practicing doctors who believe the keto diet is the greatest prescription for their patients’ health.
For years, health groups have promoted the same weight-loss guidelines: limit your caloric intake, consume less calories, and increase your physical activity level. So, why isn’t it working for everyone then? This book by Gary Taubes, whose groundbreaking book Good Calories, Bad Calories and cover articles for The New York Times Magazine revolutionized the way we look at diet and health, corrects several long-held misconceptions. Put the ketogenic diet trend in its proper historical and scientific context by reading “The Case for Keto.” As a result of the medical community’s collective clinical experience, it provides valuable practical guidance and dispels important myths regarding obesity and nutrition. (No, individuals do not get fat merely because they eat too much.) For millions of us, the established guidelines about eating healthily may be inaccurate, and low-carbohydrate, high-fat/ketogenic diets may assist many of us attain and maintain a healthy weight for the rest of our lives.
Sugar-Free Kids by Maria Emmerich, Halle Berry
Sugar is well-known to cause hyperactivity and mood swings in children, as well as to contribute to the growing problem of childhood obesity. More and more research show that it is harmful to the health of both children and adults. In order to give your children the greatest possible start in life, Maria Emmerich, author of the best-selling low-carb book Sugar Detox, is here to show you how. As a mother of two sons who eat a diet devoid of processed carbohydrates and heavy on lean protein and healthy fats, Emmerich can attest to the positive effects of this approach.
Sugar-Free Kids provides a wealth of easy-to-make sugar-free recipes for parents on the go. Not only does Maria keep the needs of today’s families in mind, but she also knows that children’s palates are fussy. Even youngsters can whip up many of the recipes in this cookbook, which includes 150 recipes using easy-to-find ingredients. Gummy bears and graham crackers are just two of the many treats available to parents who want their children to eat healthy foods without the sugar and processed carbohydrates that may contribute to health problems later in life. Also, Maria includes replacements for children who are allergic to dairy and eggs as well as a range of vegan and vegetarian meals. The following are a few examples of recipes: Strawberry Chocolate Pancakes for Breakfast Quick Breads Touchdown for the Pigs in a Blanket Tacos Crispy Assortment of Baked Ravioli Pizza Dogs These chicken wings taste just like an Oreo cookie sandwich. Blue Moon Ice Cream that Doesn’t Need to Be Churned.
The New Pritikin Diet Cookbook For Beginners And Dummies by Lenora Sawyer
Many bold claims are made in the Pritikin diet. Following this diet may help you lose weight and prevent health problems according to proponents. Scientific studies have substantiated some of these outlandish assertions. The Pritikin diet has been linked to better heart health because of the lifestyle changes it advocates. Aims of the Pritikin Diet are to prevent or aid in the recovery from sickness. It was never meant to be a diet plan. Cardiovascular disease, hypertension, and glucose management are the key objectives of this medication.
The Ornish diet emphasizes stress management, quitting smoking, and exercise in addition to nutrition. The Pritikin Diet requires a lot of self-discipline since it is a completely vegetarian diet. As a general rule, you should consume a lot of natural food. Weight gain must be avoided as well. Diets based on the Pritikin method are low in saturated and trans fats, cholesterol, and salt. On the other hand, the diet is heavy in carbohydrates and fiber. High-calorie, high-energy-density, and heavily processed foods are all on the list. A variety of nutritious foods such as whole grain breads and other grain-based products, fruits, vegetables and starchy root vegetables like yams and sweet potatoes as well as low-fat milk, soy and fish are readily available. White rice and white bread, as well as other products prepared with white flour, are off-limits. Instead of using fat or salt as flavor enhancers, herbs should be employed. The Pritikin diet has a fat content of less than 10%, making it one of the lowest fat diets available. About 15 to 20 percent of the remaining nutrients come from protein, while about 70 percent come from carbohydrates. Men and women are restricted to 1,200 and 1,000 calories per day, respectively, in order to lose weight. Pritikin Cookbook For Beginners And Dummies: A Complete Guide To Maintaining A Fit Lifestyle, Weight Control/Reduction And Lots Of Delicious Recipes For A Healthy Life is included in this book. There is a lot you can learn about (heart disease). Introduction It’s a Pritikin tale This diet is known as the Pritikin Diet. What’s Involved Foods to Eat and Foods to Avoid Time Spent on a Diet What’s Good & What’s Bad Caloric Intake Who Is Eligible To Participate? Are There Any Dietary Restrictions That I Can Make? Cardiovascular Health: Is It Beneficial? Whether or if the Pritikin Diet improves one’s health is an open question. Risks and Consequences of Using the Product An Example of a Meal Plan Many DELICIOUS RECIPE SUGGESTIONS Scroll to the top and click the “Buy Now” button to complete your purchase. Have a great time and be as healthy as possible! (
The Plant-Based Weight Loss Solution by Marina Savelyeva RD CNSC, Viktoria Waite MS DTR
With the power of a whole-food, plant-based diet, you can lose weight naturally. Losing weight doesn’t have to be harmful to your health or the environment in order to be effective. Using helpful counsel, an easy-to-follow meal plan, and a plethora of delectable whole-food recipes, this guide/cookbook helps you make a lifestyle shift by eating healthier whole foods. Beyond more plant-based whole-food cookbooks, try these: Kickstart for 28 days With the help of a plant-based cookbook, you’ll be able to get started quickly and easily.
A guide to incorporating more plant-based foods into your diet
Learn how to stock your plant-based kitchen, how to include exercise into your diet, and more. Recipes free of SOS You won’t find any salt, oil, or sugar in any of the recipes in this plant-based cookbook because the tastes of the ingredients shine through. Take control of your weight reduction with this plant-based guide.