Best diet books of all time
In this guide, a psychiatrist teams up with a nutritionist to show how to break through the weight-loss barrier by gaining mastery over self-defeating habits and attitudes. With it, you’ll learn how to: set realistic goals and meet them day by day, moment by moment; design a tasty, healthy diet for yourself based on a simple two-staple system; incorporate delicious low-fat meals into your lifestyle using fast and easy recipes; overcome anxiety, all-or-nothing thinking, self-blame and procrastination; develop your willpower; convert your body into a fat-burning machine; form a positive, attainable self-image of a thinner you; and recover from lapses – and allow yourself treats. You’ll be healthy – not hungry – as you follow guidelines proven not only to help you lose weight and gain self-confidence, but also to prevent cancer, heart disease, osteoporosis, and other common ailments.
More free books The Homocysteine Solution : The fast new way to dramatically improve your health – Dr. James Braly
Your homocysteine level is the single most important statistic you need to know in order to determine how healthy you are and how long you will live. Your 'H level' is now widely understood to be a greater risk factor for heart disease than cholesterol. Homocysteine expert Dr James Braly has shown that a high homocysteine score is a major risk factor for cancer, arthritis and even […] Superfoods for Women : 300 Recipes That Fulfill Your Special Nutritional Needs – Dolores Riccio
In a cookbook designed specifically to meet the nutritional needs of women, over three hundred easy-to-prepare recipes outline a healthy, vitamin-rich diet that can help prevent osteoporosis, breast cancer, heart disease, and other fearful diseases.
Author: Dolores Riccio
Size: 16.34 Mb Genocide : How Your Doctor’s Dietary Ignorance Will Kill You!!!! – James Carlson
Setting the record straight once and for all, Genocide: How Your Doctor's Dietary Ignorance Will Kill You!!!! by Dr. James E. Carlson breaks the chains of ignorance when it comes to dieting and staying healthy. Concern for his patients led this medical doctor to unveil common misconceptions regarding carbohydrates, fat, proteins, sugars and cholesterol that are perpetrated and […] Muscle Up : How Strength Training Beats Obesity, Cancer, and Heart Disease, and Why Everyone Should Do It – P D Mangan
Over the past few decades, mainstream health experts have universally recommended aerobic exercise as a uniquely health-promoting activity. Yet now, Americans are fatter than ever. Aerobic exercise not only has a very poor record at fat loss, it might even cause weight gain. Strength training - also known as weightlifting or resistance training - has much greater power to cause fat […] The Anti-Ageing Diet : Includes the diet secrets of the longest-living and healthiest people on earth – Sally Beare
Today, we are living longer than ever before. However, many of us are anxious at the thought of living to 100, knowing that we may be plagued with 'diseases of ageing' such as cancer, heart disease and stroke during our final years. Yet there are places in the world where people commonly live to 100 or more without suffering so much as a headache. How do they do it? The answer is […] Weights for 50+ : Building Strength, Staying Healthy and Enjoying an Active Lifestyle – Karl Knopf
Weight training is one of the fastest, most effective ways to lose fat, improve muscle tone, and strengthen bones. It also helps guard against osteoporosis, diabetes, and heart disease. Weights for 50+ shows how easy it is for anyone - at any age - to get started with weights. It teaches exercises that are suited to varying ages and degrees of strength, including super-easy, easy, […] Focus on Exercise & Health Research – Thomas B. Selkirk
In the last 50 years significant numbers of men and women take little exercise in the course of their occupation. The computer keyboard, the rise of private transport, the world by television, household labour-saving devices mean that with the minimal of physical effort people work and play. The benefits of doing regular exercise include a reduced risk of: heart disease, stroke, […] Progress in Exercise & Women’s Health Research – Janet P. Coulter
In the last 50 years, significant numbers of men and women take little exercise in the course of their occupation. The computer keyboard, the rise of private transport, the world by television, household 'labour saving' devices mean that with the minimal of physical effort people work and play. The benefits of doing regular exercise include a reduced risk of: heart disease, stroke, […]
Best diet books of all time