The End of Dieting: How to Live for Life. / Joel Fuhrman, 2014. HarperOne. 314 pages. [Read more…]
According to some nutritionists and medical doctors, carbohydrates are at the root of your weight problems. This is a very logical deduction, one that can be backed up by empirical evidence. Be aware though, that for the most part, the “carbs” that are villanous are in fact the refined, packaged, processed carbohydrates—the breads, cakes, pastas, cookies, white rices and white potatoes that are prepared with a loss of nutrients, which just gets stored as extra water weight and fat tissue. Portion size is a big indicator of whether or not you will lose weight, but you might be better off just losing the refined carbs, indefinitely. See the following post for more on how to lose weight, according to Ann Louise Gittleman.
The New Fat Flush Plan. / Ann Louise Gittleman, 2017. McGraw-Hill Education. 312 pages, Notes, Resources and Index.
What are “carbohydrates” or “carbs”? If you’re like many people, carbohydrates is a fancy term for muffins, breads, pasta, cakes, and sugary drinks. If you’re lucky, [Read more…]
Radical Beauty: How to Transform Yourself from the Inside Out. / Deepak Chopra and Kimberly Snyder, 2016. Harmony Books, an Imprint of Crown Publishing. 340 pages, plus 8 plates of color illustrations, chapter notes, and index.
This post is part of the series on carbohydrates that begins with Eat, Savor, Love Your Carbs!