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by PHILIP LIPETZ

Download The Good Calorie Diet: The Anti Diet Diet Plan ePub
  • ISBN 0722530072
  • ISBN13 978-0722530078
  • Language English
  • Author PHILIP LIPETZ
  • Publisher THORSONS (1995)
  • Pages 272
  • Formats mbr lrf txt lrf
  • Category Nutrition and Health
  • Subcategory Diets and Weight Loss
  • Size ePub 1519 kb
  • Size Fb2 1464 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 244


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Many people choose to follow a diet plan to jumpstart weight loss and control their food intake. While 1,500 calories may be a good guideline for many people, be sure to calculate your exact needs to optimize your weight loss journey. This article explains how to follow a 1,500-calorie diet, including foods to eat, foods to avoid and tips for healthy, long-term weight loss. The number of calories you need depends on many factors, including physical activity, gender, age, weight loss goals and overall health. It’s important to estimate how many calories your body requires to both maintain and lose weight when determining your needs.

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com: The Good Calorie Diet: The Revolutionary New Diet Program Based on Inhibiting Fat Formation (9780060171124) by Philip, P. Through guidelines and original recipes, the author shows how to lose weight painlessly and permanently while eating normally, through distinguishing good calories from bad and avoiding foods with a high potential for fat formation. 125,000 first printing.

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Brick my own
excellent book filled with great information
Amhirishes
Great book!
Tejar
Easy diet to follow
Kamick
Had this book years ago and gave it away and was happy to find it.
Angana
I first learned of The Good Calorie Diet in 1997. I loss 50 pounds in six months - it really worked. So, I decided to search for the book and was pleased to find it on Amazon. The book arrived in excellent condition - I am on my way to weight loss once more.
Doukree
As a physician and also having earned a degree in nutrition in college, I would say this is a promising book. The diet is effective, as me and acquaintances I've refered to this book can attest. The science is very sound, and I suspect it will take about ten years before the nutritional concepts are understood and embraced by the medical profession, although as the author points out, there are many forces working against a successful diet, possibly explaining the little interest from the press in this guide.
The reviewer from Singapore in many ways reflects the confusion over dieting, specifically in defining the value of a 'calorie', which is really a concept derived from physical chemistry, not biophysiology. The author attempts to explain that a 'calorie' in physics (defined by how much heat a food creates upon burning) is quite different from a 'calorie' in nutrition (i.e. how likely it is to store fat). Understandably, this is complex biochemistry not readily accessilbe to laypeople, such as the other reviewer.
What I find intriguing is the similarity in biophysiology to the Atkins diet. Both are effective via the same means: normalization of blood glucose levels and regulation of glucose swings. Both diets attain this process through vastly different means, and both are effective if followed closely (the number one mistake of dieters who fail). That said, this diet is more likely to endure a person's lifelong dietary habits, as eating an Atkins diet becomes very monotanous and restrictive (and constipating).
My weight certainly has a tendency to swing, and this diet is as hard as any in the sense that once you neglect its basic principles you'll gain weight again. Its foundation, however, is really not that difficult to adhere to.
Arlelond
Different foods convert different percentages of calories into fat. Foods create blood sugar, and for overweight people (only! why?) excess blood sugar turns to fat. Good Calorie foods have a low glycaemic index (they create less blood sugar) and low-to-moderate fat content. Bad Calorie foods have a high glycaemic index. Firstly, why does this only happen to fat people? Apparently fat people's bodies create more fat from the same amount of calories than do thin people's bodies, because of the Starvation Response - when you go on a diet and eat less, the body thinks you're starving, so it turns food into fat for storage in anticipation of no food in the future. What about fat people who *don't* diet? Apparently they eat diets of protein and fat - which is what our Ice Age ancestors ate, when they hunted and had uncertain eating patterns (days of no eating, then killing an animal and feasting on fat/protein) - again making the body think we're in need of more food, thus bulking up on fat. But it's been a few million years, hasn't it? Wouldn't the body have evolved by now? And of course, there's always the `genetic susceptibility' answer.
The second problem for me is - if you eat a lot of food, even GC food, it has to go somewhere. If you eat more than your body needs, the excess *will* be stored as fat ... won't it? While it's definitely true that some foods have more fat calories (think cheesecake :P), in general eating more of any food means putting on more calories. So when Lipetz says that you can eat three times as much lentils as French bread for the same amount of blood sugar created - and thus, he says, fat put on - where do all the calories in the lentils go??
This book changed my life and compared to everything else I have read on this very confusing topic, Dr. Lipetz comes the closest to defining the truth - and he offers useful advice and a practical eating plan for life.
I was thinking today about the impact that this book had on my life and was wondering how I could ever thank this doctor for his insights and it occurred to me -- AMAZON!!! I can write a review and share what I learned. I hope his book will help others too. q