Eat Fat, Get Thin

Eat Fat, Get Thin

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Title:Eat Fat, Get Thin
Author:Mark Hyman
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ISBN:147891162X
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  • Joyce
    Mar 01, 2016
    I have been reading health and nutrition books since I was pregnant in 1970. This is the most up to date and he put the info I had read from many sources in one simple easy to understand book. Since I had read similar things earlier, I didn't learn a lot. If you haven't kept up with research or care...
  • Andrew T. Garcia
    Mar 06, 2016
    This is not exclusively a "diet/weight loss" book. Read it for the sound up to date 'nutrition 2.0' information it contains:"Dietary fat speeds up metabolism..""Carbohydrates-not dietary fats- turn into saturated fats in your blood...""Dietary fat reduces inflammation..""Diets high in fat promote mo...
  • Katie Augley
    Mar 22, 2016
    I saw Dr.Hyman on PBS and he made sense to me. I bought the book and began the 21 days. I am now into my 2nd week with 9 days to go. I lost 5 lbs. Then gained 1 back. I am at the point where I don't want to eat because I can't stand my choices anymore. I now hate the taste of coconut. I've tried alm...
  • Sharon
    Mar 24, 2016
    I would say that overall the advice in the this book is mostly sound: eat whole foods, mostly plant-based. Hyman calls this a pegan diet, combining the best of paleo and vegan diets. I feel that the level of meat/fish/chicken consumption that he suggests is quite high. My main issue is the number of...
  • Becky
    Apr 09, 2016
    I almost wish that Eat Fat, Get Thin had been divided into two books. One book presenting the historical overview, the scientific research, and the essential philosophy behind the concept of eating fat to lose weight. The other book presenting his 21 day weight-loss plan. The first book which I imag...
  • Squibart
    Apr 23, 2016
    Before I read this book I was a fat Midwestern American. And after reading this book I am still a fat Midwestern American. I am not a credible source on the eating program contained in this book as I have not tried it. I am merely a reader who is telling you what I found in the pages of the book. Th...
  • Regina Martinez
    Apr 30, 2016
    Great book, well written and a lot of information. Nothing new however to me as I'm always reading the latest research etc in regards to health. Basically talks about the low-fat diet craze and how many have cut the fat have now increased carb and sugar consumption included in low-fat type snacks. B...
  • Yvonne O'connor
    Aug 08, 2016
    While the science behind this is compelling, unless you are a millionaire or live on a farm of your own, you cannot realistically adopt this diet long term. The groceries alone would be cost prohibitive, not to mention the supplements and planning involved in this. At that point, would this new life...
  • Leslie
    Sep 07, 2016
    Sell Book, Get RichOver fifteen years ago, my allergist told me that sardines were healthy and good for the brain. She said the body needed fat and that sugar was poison and addicting. I mentioned it to the other doctor I saw regularly, my psychiatrist. He said that low fat diets were very bad, and ...
  • Donna
    Jan 18, 2017
    I read a lot of books like this. I enjoy the research and and posture the authors adopt. They all think their book is the definitive answer to what ails people. But putting that aside, I also love the research that is coming out and how this area is constantly evolving to a better understanding on h...