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Eat

The Effortless Weight Loss Solution
Smith, Ian (Book - 2011)
Average Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5.
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"With EAT, Dr. Ian Smith has created a diet book in the flexible spirit of Mireille Guiliano's French Women Don't Get Fat or Michael Pollan's The Food Rules: it doesn't dictate quantities, portion sizes or verboten foods. Instead, it intelligently and persuasively lays out the ten simple rules anyone can internalize and follow in any situation for stress-free weight loss and lifetime maintenance. Dr. Ian's rules are straight-forward and simple: once a reader understands why whole wheat bread is almost nutrition-free, but whole grain bread is a magic food; why soda--both regular and diet--can sabotage any diet; why "diet" food may be having a distinctly non-dietetic effect, EAT will become their bible. Fans everywhere will ask each other: "You look thinner--are you doing EAT?" Dr. Ian's Ten Simple Rules for Good Eating: - Choose Color - Go Organic Only Selectively - What's the Natural State? - Size Matters - Gorge at the Protein Bonanza - Tap the Power of Awesome Carbs - Taste Matters - Sharpen Your X-Ray Eye for Hidden Calories - Whole Grains All the Time - Drink Smart (Don't Let Liquids Wash Out Your Good Eating)"--
Authors: Smith, Ian, 1969-
Title: Eat
the effortless weight loss solution
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, c2011.
Edition: 1st ed.
Characteristics: xii, 210 p. :,ill. ;,22 cm.
Contents: Follow the rainbow
Carb heaven
The whole truth about whole grains
Feel full fiber
Protein bonanza
Spicetopia
Size matters
You are what you drink
Unearthing the "organic" truth
The perfect snack
Strategic eating.
Summary: "With EAT, Dr. Ian Smith has created a diet book in the flexible spirit of Mireille Guiliano's French Women Don't Get Fat or Michael Pollan's The Food Rules: it doesn't dictate quantities, portion sizes or verboten foods. Instead, it intelligently and persuasively lays out the ten simple rules anyone can internalize and follow in any situation for stress-free weight loss and lifetime maintenance. Dr. Ian's rules are straight-forward and simple: once a reader understands why whole wheat bread is almost nutrition-free, but whole grain bread is a magic food; why soda--both regular and diet--can sabotage any diet; why "diet" food may be having a distinctly non-dietetic effect, EAT will become their bible. Fans everywhere will ask each other: "You look thinner--are you doing EAT?" Dr. Ian's Ten Simple Rules for Good Eating: - Choose Color - Go Organic Only Selectively - What's the Natural State? - Size Matters - Gorge at the Protein Bonanza - Tap the Power of Awesome Carbs - Taste Matters - Sharpen Your X-Ray Eye for Hidden Calories - Whole Grains All the Time - Drink Smart (Don't Let Liquids Wash Out Your Good Eating)"--
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ISBN: 0312548435
9780312548438
Statement of Responsibility: Ian K. Smith
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Headings: Weight loss.
Topical Term: Weight loss.
LCCN: 2010054464
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This book is always available in the PlaneTree Health Information Center @ Cupertino Library. - BB 320 S 2011

Sep 27, 2011
  • m2 rated this: 3.5 stars out of 5.

Wow! What simple and clear and straighforward explanations on how to eat your way to health! Since I have read China Study, I don't agree with his moderage approach to milk and meat -- but he is so persuasive and so clear and so upbeat -- he's gonna change lives. I hope to be one of them!

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