Dr Libby's the calorie fallacy / Libby Weaver.

By: Weaver, Libby, 1974- [author.]Material type: TextTextDescription: 304 pages : illustrations ; 22 cmISBN: 9780473292379Other title: Calorie fallacy [Portion of title]Subject(s): Digestion | Weight loss -- Health aspects | Nutrition | Weight lossDDC classification: 613.23
Contents:
Introduction -- Nutrients for biochemical reactions -- The calorie equation -- Fat cells and toxicity -- Why eat organic? -- Detox engine -- The foundation of nourishment -- Feed the good bugs -- Red zone green zone -- Can stress increase body fat? -- A few reasons why diests don't work -- Hormone havoc -- Driving metabolic rate -- Fat storage, sugar and appetite -- Flexitarian eating -- Regular over-eating -- Food is ... -- What do I really want? -- It's not about the weight -- Something to ponder -- The wrap-up.
Summary: How many of us have been told that if we burn more calories than we eat, weight loss will be inevitable? How many of us have discovered that this century old philosophy does not seem to apply to our body no matter how hard we work, in this modern world? In a world obsessed with calorie counting, we find ourselves instead watching the waistlines of the Western world continually increasing. What if the foundation nutritional philosophy that the calorie equation is the sole determinant of weight loss is completely outdated and in many cases wrong? Through sharing her own personal story and the journey that set her on to uncover and explore the biochemistry of sustainable weight loss, Dr Libby shares countless case studies of clients she has worked with over the past 16 years, along with her two decades of scientific research into the principles of body fat loss.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 297 - 300).

Introduction -- Nutrients for biochemical reactions -- The calorie equation -- Fat cells and toxicity -- Why eat organic? -- Detox engine -- The foundation of nourishment -- Feed the good bugs -- Red zone green zone -- Can stress increase body fat? -- A few reasons why diests don't work -- Hormone havoc -- Driving metabolic rate -- Fat storage, sugar and appetite -- Flexitarian eating -- Regular over-eating -- Food is ... -- What do I really want? -- It's not about the weight -- Something to ponder -- The wrap-up.

How many of us have been told that if we burn more calories than we eat, weight loss will be inevitable? How many of us have discovered that this century old philosophy does not seem to apply to our body no matter how hard we work, in this modern world? In a world obsessed with calorie counting, we find ourselves instead watching the waistlines of the Western world continually increasing. What if the foundation nutritional philosophy that the calorie equation is the sole determinant of weight loss is completely outdated and in many cases wrong? Through sharing her own personal story and the journey that set her on to uncover and explore the biochemistry of sustainable weight loss, Dr Libby shares countless case studies of clients she has worked with over the past 16 years, along with her two decades of scientific research into the principles of body fat loss.

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