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by Robert E. Kowalski,Calvin Ezrin

Download The Type II Diabetes Diet Book: The Insulin Control Diet : Your Fat Can Make You Thin ePub
  • ISBN 1565653343
  • ISBN13 978-1565653344
  • Language English
  • Author Robert E. Kowalski,Calvin Ezrin
  • Publisher Lowell House (October 1, 1995)
  • Pages 292
  • Formats lrf lit docx mobi
  • Category Nutrition and Health
  • Subcategory Diseases and Physical Ailments
  • Size ePub 1439 kb
  • Size Fb2 1475 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 646

Offers a low carbohydrate diet and provides a simple exercise program, relaxation techniques, and a section on foods and recipes

Originally published: The endocrine control diet : how to beat the metabolic trap and lose weight permanently. New York: Harper & Row, 1990. Includes bibliographical references (p. (-311) and index.

Originally published: The endocrine control diet : how to beat the metabolic trap and lose weight permanently.

Proved to be effective for both Type II diabetics and nondiabetic people with chronic weight problems, the Insulin Control Diet - based on low-carbohydrate and low-caloric intake - allows patients to decrease insulin production and convert stored fat into fuel. This work provides ADA recommendations and a section on recipes and meal plans.

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The Diabetic Reader The diet designed to decrease insulin production and facilitate conversion of stored fat into burnable energy. Nutrition Today The Type 2 Diabetes Diet Book has helped millions decrease insulin production.

The Diabetic Reader "The diet designed to decrease insulin production and facilitate conversion of stored fat into burnable energy. Lose weight safely and quickly by converting fat into fuel! "The diet itself is remarkably simple. The entire regimen has been scientifically designed to provide good nutrition in a way that will put you on track for the rest of your life. - The Diabetic Reader.

The Type 2 Diabetes Diet Book : The Insulin Control Diet. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 20 years ago. Dr. Ezrin and Mr. Kowalski have written a clear description of how their diet works

The Type 2 Diabetes Diet Book : The Insulin Control Diet. by Robert E. Kowalski and Calvin Ezrin. Kowalski have written a clear description of how their diet works. Always consult your physician before starting any diet plan. After my yearly physical, it was apparent that i needed to reduce my weight and try to control my blood glucose. I followed the outline presented by Dr. Kowalski.

This book contains two weeks worth of recipes that promote the burning of fat for fuel and an easy exercise . Robert E. Kowalski has been a health writer and is author of the New York Times bestseller The 8-Week Cholesterol Cure.

This book contains two weeks worth of recipes that promote the burning of fat for fuel and an easy exercise program to aid weight loss. About the Author: Calvin Ezrin, . He is an attending physician at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and Tarzana Regional Medical Center in Los Angeles.

The diet you will be on throughout this program is both low-carb and low-calorie. It will help you lose weight while you keep your diabetes under control.

Former Library books. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. 100% Money Back Guarantee. Read full description. See details and exclusions. See all 2 pre-owned listings. Proved to be effective for both Type II diabetics and nondiabetic people with chronic weight problems, the Insulin Control Diet - based on low-carbohydrate and low-caloric intake - allows patients to decrease insulin production and convert stored fat into fuel.

by Calvin Ezrin, Robert Kowalski. The diet designed to decrease insulin production and facilitate conversion of stored fat into burnable energy. Using this guide, you can design a low-carb, low-calorie diet that helps you shed weight while controlling your diabetes.

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Mezilabar
That's how much I value The Type II Diabetes Diet Book; it is a work of genius. Whether you have Type II Diabetes or not, by following the system provided in this book you WILL lose weight and you WILL lower your blood sugar levels. What's more you will keep the weight off because you will be able to control the cravings for the foods you are presently addicted to; e.g., all things sweet plus bad carbohydrates. Seems impossible? My wife and I completed the recommended program and lost 30Ibs and 25lbs respectively to get back to our optimum weight which we have maintained for the past year - comfortably. We now eat to live NOT live to eat and I can't express adequately what a relief it is to go through the day NOT being tempted by candies, cookies, chocolates, bread et al. Forget the zillions of "weight control' diet books; you only need this one because the authors thoroughly understand how the human body works and thank God they put their knowledge into print. Finally, I should have written this review way back and was today reminded by Amazon to do it.
No, I am not related to these brilliant authors or compensated in any way for providing this review.
Miromice
My family physician recommended this book/diet for me since I was overweight. After almost 3 weeks, I have already lost 17 Lbs. The book is an easy read and the program is easy to follow. You have to like lean meats and fresh vegetables to like this diet - carbs are rare, and processes carbs are non-existant. However, you don't eat like this forever, just during the weights loss phase. With the ability to lose 4 lbs a week during the weight Loss phase you don't need to stay on the diet forever - just 2 or 3 months. I strongly recommend this book!
Fearlesshunter
Sensible way to loss weight. have used it many years ago, with success. Helping family member with it now.
Barinirm
Great book- tends to go with Death to Diabetes reasoning.
Golden Lama
Dr. Ezrin and Mr. Kowalski have written a clear description of how their diet works. If you read the book and follow their advice and suggested meal plans, the results do indeed follow. Always consult your physician before starting any diet plan. After my yearly physical, it was apparent that i needed to reduce my weight and try to control my blood glucose. I followed the outline presented by Dr. Ezrin and Mr. Kowalski. After the first 48 hours, I was NOT hungry AND my blood glucose levels have continued to drop on a daily basis. This diet may not be for everyone, but it is certainly doing all it promised for me.
krot
I found this book very informative and well laid out. I needed to alter my eating habits and this books helps and provide lots of great tips with reasons.
Hamrl
I could never follow all of the recipes and directions in this book. Too complicated. I'll stick with what my doctor gives out.
This book contains several serious flaws that perpetuate myths that have destroyed the health of Type II diabetics for years. First of all, it maintains that obesity causes Type II diabetics and that weight loss is the primary goal. The author does not understand that it is insulin resistance that causes Type IIs to become obese and that the primary goal must be to lower blood sugar. The idea of restricting carbohydrates is the only thing this book gets right. The extremely low calorie requirements are unrealistic and unnecessary if fat is not so carefully contolled. The author continues to propulgate the myth of "bad fat," while most recent studies find no proof of the assertions that fat in the diet causes the health problems of diabetics, but prove that it is sugar in all forms (carbohydrates) that causes high blood sugar, high cholesterol, et.al. This book also makes no distinction between simple and complex carbohydrates, all of which are deadly for diabetics, and it encourages fruit consumption (just sugar in another form). Finally, the book uses carbohydrate reduction for weight loss only and encourages diabetics who have reached a goal weight to "go off the diet" and resume eating 240 grams of carbohydrates a day, which is what got us all into this mess in the first place. Throw this book out and read Bernstein, Atkins, and Lutz. "Life Without Bread" is especially recommended.