Always Hungry?: Conquer Cravings, Retrain Your Fat Cells, and Lose Weight Permanently
There is a revolution in weight regulation and loss. Always Hungry? by David Ludwig, starts with his personal history. He found that if forgot about calories and concentrated on eating nuts, full-fat dairy foods, vegetables drenched in olive oil, and slightly increased protein consumption; he felt better, lost weight and inches, craved food less, and had much more energy. That is the basis of this book. The author determined that we need to retrain our fat cells and listen to what our body is telling us; that starving ourselves to temporarily lose a few pounds is not sustainable. He has three phases, first a two week boot camp to start retraining fat cells and jump start weight loss, then a phase two adding more foods back in and finally the long term for sustaining good health. They are not onerous, indeed, the foods suggested in the all the phases contain many items usually not allowed in diets. About one half of the book are recipes, and they are comprised of easy-to-find, common foods. The biggest plus for the book is the common sense approach that has produced results for real, everyday people. I recommend this book and the author’s approach.
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|Page Count||384 pages|
|Publisher||Grand Central Life & Style|
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|Category||Health, Fitness & Dieting|