Losing weight and getting healthier. (The Nutrition Detective).
This is a program, not another "diet." Follow it and you'll reduce your sensitivity to carbohydrates, called insulin resistance, and lower your risk for diabetes. You'll also stop craving sweets and starches. If you're a vegetarian, the Fat Flush Plan has its challenges. These can be overcome. In fact, when Ann Louise and I ate breakfast together a few months ago, we ate identical meals.
Vegetarians can modify this program to make it work. If you're serious about being both healthy and losing weight, take a look at this book. My only concern is the high animal fat and animal protein content. So I suggest adding tofu, tempeh, and beans. In my opinion, this is best for long-term use. You can easily use this program safely for two weeks to a month with high amounts of meat. Then decide on your next step.
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|Publication:||Women's Health Letter|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||May 1, 2002|
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