The Insulin-resistance Diet

The Insulin-resistance Diet

How to Turn Off your Body's Fat-making Machine

Book - 2001
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Carbohydrates raise insulin levels, which causes between 50 and 75% of the population to pack on fat. The Insulin Resistance Diet shows readers how to combine controlled portions of carbohydrates with protein in an easy-to-follow ratio, and to wait at least three hours before eating more carbohydrates. The authors also provide balanced recipes, snack suggestions, and practical tips on living with this plan.
Publisher: Lincolnwood, Ill. : Contemporary Books, c2001.
ISBN: 9780809224272
Branch Call Number: 613.25
Characteristics: xv, 223 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Additional Contributors: Grossman, Mary Kay


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Apr 01, 2012

This is amazing book. For anyone who has had difficulty with weight loss and is addicted to carbs and sugars. It has changed my life and how I look at food. The best part is the "2 hour fat window". Also, no resitrictions on what you can eat which is great.


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