Life Without Bread: How a Low-Carbohydrate Diet Can Save Your Life

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McGraw-Hill Education, 2000 - Sports & Recreation - 256 pages
Based on more than 40 years of clinical research, this illuminating book unravels the mysteries of nutrition and shows that changing the way we eat can help us feel better and live longer. It describes how a low-carbohydrate/high-protein diet can prevent cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and obesity, as well as increase strength, endurance, and muscle mass.

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User Review  - Pipina - Goodreads

In spite of its title, this is actually a moderate and sustainable diet. Eat bread, by all means, and rice, and pasta, and fruit. But do it the traditional way. Italians have only about 2 oz of pasta, and then they eat a meat and vegetables course. So must we. Read full review

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User Review  - Clueless - LibraryThing

Funnily enough this is a low carb plan that allows some bread. This is a very moderate plan by an Austrian doctor. Read full review


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Christian B. Allan, PhD, has performed research on the chemistry of minerals, biochemistry, and nutrition at Lawrence Berkeley Laboratories, the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, and the National Institutes of Health. He currently works for a biotechnology company in Maryland.

Wolfgang Lutz, MD, has studied low-carbohydrate nutrition on thousands of patients in his clinical practice. He has had great success in alleviating their ailments and building a comprehensive theory to explain why low-carbohydrate diets improve human health.

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