Maximum Fat Loss: You Don't Have a Weight Problem! It's Much Simpler Than That.

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Thomas Nelson Inc, Jan 7, 2001 - Health & Fitness - 256 pages
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Many experts agree that a high-carbohydrate, low-fat diet should be an effective way to gain control of weight problems. But statistics show that though we are consuming less fat, Americans are actually becoming fatter, not "fitter." Ted Broer challenges traditional thinking and offers a healthy alternative that reveals new findings in biochemistry. Maximum Fat Loss shows readers why high-carb/low-fat diets don't work-and what does. Readers will learn how to maintain muscle mass and increase their metabolism while losing body fat. They'll discover why carbohydrates increase body fat, how hormones control weight loss and gain, genetic predisposition for fat gain, what foods to eat and what foods to avoid, what supplements produce healthy results, and much, much more. Maximum Fat Loss takes advantage of the latest research to bring a better solution to the problem of weight gain.

 

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Contents

Fat And Getting Fatter and Sicker
The Twelve Vital Keys to Maximum Fat Loss
Face Up to Those Fat Cells
If Your Old Attitudes and Ideas Havent Worked Trade Them
Just How Fat Are You?Comparing What Is with What Should
Set a Target You Can and Want to
Feed Your Body Healthy MealsOften and Well 6 You Really Are What You
Get Thermodynamics on Your Side
SurpriseNot All Diet Foods Are Good for You
Fiberthe Key to Transporting Fat Out of Your Body
Not All Fats Are BadSome Are Essential
Keep Moving
The Supplements You Need to Fight the Fat
The Real Scoop on Cellulite
A Plea for Our Children 20 Surgical Options for Cutting
Choose to Be Lean and Fit All Your Life

Dump Out That Sugar Bowl
Five Foods to Avoid the Rest of Your Life
Coping with the Cravings
Tips for Shopping Cooking and Eating
What You Drink Can Be Just as Important as What You
Conclusion
Bibliography
Notes
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