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The Smarter Science of Slim: What the Actual Experts Have Proven About Weight Loss, Dieting, & Exercise

Saturday, April 20th, 2013

Since the 1970’s we have been told that eating less and exercising more is healthy and leads to lasting weight loss. Since then obesity, diabetes, and other diet related diseases have risen to epidemic levels, overtaken tobacco as leading cause of death in the United States, and account for over $190 billion a year in health-care spending.

Consistent with these trends, but in sharp contrast to what the food, fitness, and pharmaceutical industries tell us, Jonathan Bailor’s new book The Smarter Science of Slim, the single largest scientific analysis of health and fitness ever conducted, proves that eating less and exercising more harms our health and leads to fat gain 95.4 percent of the time.

The Smarter Science of Slim simplifies the analysis of over 1,100 scientific studies to bridge the gap between the scientific world and the everyday world, dispel the myths and marketing that have fueled the current health care crisis, and provide a proven lifestyle for lasting wellness by focusing on quality of food and exercise and then eating more and exercising less — but smarter. The Smarter Science of Slim is endorsed by the world-wide scientific community including top doctors at the Harvard Medical School, John Hopkins, and UCLA, and approved as curriculum for registered dieticians (RDs) by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

“We all know what the typical approach leads to,” remarked Bailor who is confident that the last forty years of research from the most brilliant medical minds around the world prove that we can use this atypical “eat more, exercise less but smarter” approach to generate atypical results: improved health and reduced obesity and diet-related disease rates.

More info: TheSmarterScienceOfSlim.com

——————-Benefits——————-

Lower your risk of diabetes, heart disease, cancer, and cardiovascular disease
Lose body fat
Improve cholesterol and blood pressure
Avoid hunger
Enjoy higher energy levels
Improve confidence and self-esteem
Increase insulin sensitivity and control diabetes
Curb cravings
End overeating
Get sick less often
Improve complexion and skin tone
Boost your ability to concentrate and mood
Sleep better and feel more rested
Enhance strength, fitness, cardiovascular health, and athletic performance
Enjoy less anxiety and depression
Improve sexual performance
Reduce chronic pain and arthritis
Speed-up metabolism
Improve estrogen and testosterone levels
Develop compact lean muscle tissue
Enhance bone density

———————Reviews———————-

“Proven and practical.”
—Dr. Theodoros Kelesidis
Harvard & UCLA Medical Schools

“The latest and best scientific research.”
—Dr. John J. Ratey
Harvard Medical School

“An important piece of work.”
—Dr. Anthony Accurso
Johns Hopkins

“Smart and health promoting.”
—Dr. JoAnn E. Manson
Harvard Medical School

“The last diet book you will ever need to buy.”
—Dr. Larry Dossey
Medical City Dallas Hospital

“Revolutionary, surprising, and scientifically sound.”
—Dr. Jan Friden
University of Gothenburg

“Compelling, simple, and practical.”
—Dr. Steve Yeaman
Newcastle University

“Stimulating and provocative.”
—Dr. Soren Toubro
University of Copenhagen

 

Wheat Fast Low Carb CookBook for Weight Loss: Top 49 Wheat Free Beginners Recipes, Who Want to Lose Belly Fat Without Dieting and Prevent Diabetes.

Friday, April 12th, 2013

Who else Want to Know? How to Lose Weight Without Dieting In Seven Days?

When eliminating wheat from your diet, the good news is that you can lose up to 1 pound a day even if you are consuming lots of protein, cheese, nuts, etc. Thus, you can lose weight faster than what you think. Therefore, if your goal this year is to lose weight and to show the world the new you, take advantage of this “Wheat Fast Low Carb Diet”.

The Primary Culprit to Weight Gain and Belly Fat:

The primary culprit in this scenario is refined grains, sprouted, multigrain, or organic. Refined wheat flour has a direct connection to weight gain. Many individuals eat foods that are high in calories but low in nutritional value. This type of eating is what leads to an increase in the body’s production of fat. Wheat contains a carbohydrate called amylopectin A, which is quickly metabolized and raises your blood sugar. Genetically modified wheat actually accelerates your craving for breads, cereals, pastas, and other wheat based foods, making you want to eat more. The empty calories and the craving for these wheat products set up a vicious cycle of overeating, poor nutrition, and increased body and belly fat.

Why Low carb diet:

Another reason you might decide to stay away from wheat is if you are following a low-carb diet to lose weight. These diets suggest you eat 20 to 100 grams of carbohydrates per day to begin with and 45 to 100 grams per day after that, compared to the government-recommended 225 to 325 grams of
carbohydrates per day. The goal is to stabilize your blood sugar levels to prevent weight gain. If you are following a diet like this, you will also want to reduce your intake of other types of grains like oats,corn, and more. In addition, carbohydrates are not only found in grains; they are also in fruits, seeds, legumes, and starchy vegetables like potatoes. However, some complex carbohydrates, instead of simple carbohydrates like those found in white bread and other processed grains, can actually help with weight loss and maintenance; thus, the diet does not greatly restrict all of them. The recipes in this cookbook can help you create more meals with healthier types of carbohydrates and with reduced amounts of carbohydrates.

Why Wheat Fast Diet:

For many years, it was thought that the grains are necessary to fit our life, but the research shows that the most eaten grain “wheat” is responsible for many diseases including:
• Obesity
• Diabetes
• High Blood Pressure
• Insulin Resistance
• Arterial Disease
• IBS
• Aging Signs
• Hair Loss
• Eczema
• ADHD

What You Get in this Book:

This book has Top 49 Easy recipes for your Breakfast,Lunch, Dinner, Appetizers, Cookies, Snacks and Desserts that can be cooked easily in your Kitchen-
• Fruity French Toast.
• Peanut Butter Protein Shake.
• No-Wheat Apple Muffins.
• Pumpkin Puree Pancakes.
• Italian Scramble.
• No-Granola Yogurt Parfait.
• No-Grain Crepes.
• Trail Mix No-Grain Granola Bars.
• Slow-Cooked Hidden Vegetable Pulled Pork.
• Southwestern Salad with Homemade Dressing.
• No-Fuss Broiler Shrimp.
• Beef Roast with Orange Root Vegetables.
• Sesame Ginger Tofu with Roasted Vegetables.
• Baked Tilapia.
• From-Scratch Green Bean Casserole.
• Tropical Chicken Stirfry.
• Comfort Food Chili.
• Sirloin Lettuce Wraps with Seasoned Black Beans.
• Stuffed Peppers Bean Stew.
• And many more…

Your’s Ready Made Nutrition Value of Each Recipes:

• Calories
• Fat
• Sodium
• Carbs
• Fiber
• Protein Value.

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