《Bran-New + How Anyone Can Regain Health And Lose Weight By Optimizing Nutrition, Detoxifying Diet, And Supporting Healthy Immune Function》PERFECT HEALTH DIET : Regain Health and Lose Weight by Eating the Way You Were Meant to Eat
This international bestseller in paperback edition is a bran-new book and nicely wrapped with protective book-wrapper. The original new book is sold at usual price RM81.75. Now here Only at RM22. Already a self-published word-of-mouth sensation--the simple four-step Paleo diet program that offers optimal nutrition for a lifetime of great health. Suffering from chronic illness and unable to get satisfactory results from doctors, husband and wife scientists Paul and Shou-Ching Jaminet took an intensely personal interest in health and nutrition. They embarked on five years of rigorous research. What they found changed their lives-- and the lives of thousands of their readers. In Perfect Health Diet, the Jaminets explain in layman's terms how anyone can regain health and lose weight by optimizing nutrition, detoxifying the diet, and supporting healthy immune function. They show how toxic, nutrient-poor diets sabotage health, and how on a healthy diet, diseases often spontaneously resolve. Perfect Health Diet tells you exactly how to optimize health and make weight loss effortless with a clear, balanced, and scientifically proven plan to change the way you eat--and feel--forever! Great things about this book: 1. For those that just want the facts super-fast this book gives you a one page summary of the eating plan within the first 6 pages of the book. The book also contains lots of extra information backing up their conclusions as well, for those that want it. 2. This book is about eating healthily and how to improve your health and reduce your risk of getting ill in the future with diet - rather than just about mere weight loss - which is so refreshing. Slow weight normalisation is a side effect of following this diet for sure, but it is not the primary focus. 3. The research for the book began when the authors were each working to improve their own health issues through diet. The authors are genuinely nice people that are passionate about helping others get the same results they have and the subject of a healthy diet and this comes through clearly on every page of this book. 4. The diet the authors recommend is made up of 20% carbs, 65% fat and 15% protein. So it is a low/moderate carb, high fat and moderate protein diet by calories, and 35% animal foods and 65% plant foods by weight. This is very similar to a traditional Pacific Islander diet, the authors explain. The sections explaining the facts of fats, carbs and protein are of a very high quality and seem to summarise the work of all the best books I have read on nutrition and diet lately. The problems with a high carb diet are clearly spelled out as are the benefits of a high fat diet. 5. The book also recommends avoiding all grains (other than rice), legumes, dry lean meats, vegetable oils and pasteurised dairy products and recommends eating unlimited non-starchy vegetables (750 grams a day or more or 1.5 pounds), 200 - 450 grams or so (0.5 to 1 pound) of fatty meat/seafood/eggs, about 4 teaspoons of healthy fats (ghee, lard and coconut oil and a bit of olive oil), and snacking on nuts, cheese and fruit. The authors warn that while fibre can be helpful, for some people too much fibre can be a real problem. 6. Where this book differs from many others in the same (reduced-carb and traditional foods) vein is that it explains that, yes, while your body can make the glucose it needs from protein when you eat a low carb diet, this process taxes the body unnecessarily and the conversion may be inefficient. This is especially true for those that are ill, the authors explain. Paul Jaminet has the most rational approach to nutrition I have ever seen. He is not afraid of complexity, which unfortunately is not a characteristic that sells many books or starts diet crazes. But in a world of knee-jerk headlines about the latest correlation-sans-cause diet study ("Diet Coke causes obesity!"), Paul's framework for nutrition is whole food nutrition for the mind. In order to discern a diet for "perfect health," Paul looks at the problem with sound logic and reasoning: 1. Everything you eat is essentially a collection of different nutrients (good) and toxins (bad). 2. Your goal is to eat the right amount of each kind of nutrient, and minimize the toxins. 3. For every nutrient you eat, there is an optimal range, there is too little, and there is too much. Using this framework as a baseline, Paul establishes the optimal range for each nutrient, and subsequently, the foods that provide it. He does this by looking at both empirical evidence as well as the biological mechanisms at play. This is crucial. Far too often diet information is lacking one or the other--theory without facts, or facts without theory--and both lead to misinformation. Finally, Paul does not rely on any one single source but instead a preponderance of evidence. Paul's book is for the layperson who is serious about understanding nutrition and is willing to invest time to do so. It's a serious book on a serious subject for serious people who want to be seriously healthy.
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