Title:Eat to live the revolutionary formula for fast and sustained weight loss pdf
Author:Joel Fuhrman
Category:Health & Fitness.Health Book.
Genre:Book Food
Collection:Eat to live
Pages:299 Pages
Size:3.70 Mo
Edition:HACHETTE
ISBN:9780316735506
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Eat to live the revolutionary formula for fast and sustained weight loss pdf

Eat To Live Lose 20 LBS. or more in 6 weeks, by Joel Fuhrman

This book Eat To Live  PDF argues that your key to permanent weight loss is to mostly eat foods that have a high proportion of nutrients (noncaloric food factors such as vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and phytonutrients) to calories (from carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. This is known as high nutrient density or nutrient-per-calorie density, and the formula is Health = Nutrients/Calories, or H=N/C.

What makes many people overweight is not that they eat so much more but that they get a higher percentage of their calories from fat and refined carbohydrates, or mostly low-nutrient foods. This low-nutrient diet establishes a favorable cellular environment for disease to flourish. To avoid overeating on high-calorie foods, fill up on nutrient-rich ones.

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A medical breakthrough. If you give this diet your complete commitment, there is no question in my mind that it will work for you. MEHMET OZ, M.D.

The author “JOEL” in his book Eat To Live  PDF mentioned some foods to avoid which are:

Processed fruits
Canned fruit
Fruit juice
Dairy products (fatty)
Avoid full-fat dairy
Cheese – should be eaten rarely, if at all
Ice cream
Butter
Full fat milk (the cookbook says to avoid whole milk and 2% milk)
Animal products (processed)
Factory-farmed animal products, especially red meat; processed meats; barbecued meats; luncheon meats; bacon; hot dogs; pickled animal products; darkened animal products; blackened animal products
Salt
No salt should be added to any food. Keep your overall daily sodium intake under 1,200 mg and preferably under 1,000 mg
Avoid packaged foods that contain more milligrams (mg) of sodium than the number of calories
Avoid foods containing a lot of salt including pickles
Between-meal snacks
Processed foods
E.g. condiments, snacks, cold cereals (including whole grain), bagels, pasta, bread, baked goods, foods made with finely ground whole wheat flour
Commercially packaged nuts and seeds
Instant oats (steel-cut oats, old-fashioned oats, and quick oats can be eaten in limited amounts)
Foods with ingredient lists that contain long chemical words that you don’t understand
Foods that list any type of sweetener, such as sugar, sucrose, dextrose, or corn syrup
Sugars and sweeteners
Candy
Sugar (including honey and agave nectar – although date sugar is included in one recipe)
Sweeteners
Oils and fats
All oils including olive oil and vegetable oils (not listed in either book, but presumably including avocado oil, canola oil, coconut oil, corn oil, grapeseed oil, palm oil, peanut oil, safflower oil, sesame seed oil, soybean oil, sunflower oil). According to the cookbook, you can add a little bit of olive oil to your diet if you are thin and exercise a lot – however, the more oil you add, the more you are lowering the nutrient-per-calorie density of your diet, which will not promote health and longevity
Especially saturated fats and trans fatty acids/partially hydrogenated fats including margarines, and the fats consumed in processed foods
Use raw seeds and nuts instead
Beverages
Soda / soft drinks
Implied in the book but not listed in the 6-week plan
Caffeinated beverages (more than one cup of coffee a day)
Alcohol (more than one glass of wine a day)
Artificial sweeteners
Chocolate
Advice in the Cookbook:
Avoid:
Red meat and all barbecued, processed, and cured meats
Fried foods
Full-fat dairy 2% and above
Trans fats
Soft drinks, sugar, and artificial sweeteners
White rice and white-flour products

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