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Eat to Win for Permanent Fat Loss: The Revolutionary Fat-Burning Diet for Peak Mental and Physical Performance and Optimum Health

April 21, 2010 by  
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Product DescriptionIn the 1980s, Robert Haas fueled a diet revolution with his number one bestseller Eat to Win. Now, with Eat to Win for Permanent Fat Loss, he shows you not only how to lose weight and dramatically improve your performance in all areas of life, but also how to keep the fat off–forever. Based on cutting-edge research on how and why our bodies use carbohydrates, proteins, and fats, Haas created a “Mediterrasian” diet that combines the best and healthiest aspects of diets from the regions where people live the longest. His approach features a ratio of 50 percent carbohydrates, which includes grains, fruits, and vegetables; 25 percent protein; and 25 percent fat. Haas also provides the specific reasons why this is the ultimate ratio for maximum energy, fitness, and permanent fat loss. Eat to Win for Permanent Fat Loss offers a remarkably flexible, healthy food plan that encourages both the use of the new “functional” foods, such as tofu hot dogs and soy-chicken nuggets, and treats that most diet plans forbid entirely, such as chocolate, wine, and coffee. In fact, Haas tells you why enjoying chocolate and coffee every day could actually make you healthier, providing both satisfaction and valuable phytonutrients that prevent illness. It’s the kind of eating plan that works for the entire family. As for exercise, Haas’s recommendation is just as simple: Burn a minimum of 300 calories–the equivalent of 45 minutes of walking–throughout the day, through any activity you choose. Haas’s combined diet and exercise program changes lives.

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5 Responses to “Eat to Win for Permanent Fat Loss: The Revolutionary Fat-Burning Diet for Peak Mental and Physical Performance and Optimum Health”
  1. Anonymous says:

    After searching many diet/health books to use to start a weight loss program, this one was immediately interesting – and somewhat different. Haas writes in an intelligent way and motivates with his clear explanations. I have never used the supplements he recommends but I am interested in pursuing them and trying his suggestions.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  2. Anonymous says:

    This book seemed to repeat many of the same ideas and thoughts Mr. Haas talked about in his previous books. It has some interesting ideas, but lacked originality. It was hard to get through the entire book without yawning.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. Anonymous says:

    Finally, a diet that makes sense and helps you manage what you eat without retooling your lifestyle. It didn’t make me tired or leave me feeling hungry, and within a week I started to feel lighter! The recipes are great too.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. Lyn Nielson says:

    It wasn’t as thorough as I had hoped. . . no “plan”, or recipes. . .
    I need everything mapped out, the first ‘Eat to Win’ is fab, but my edition is in storage, I thought I could just order a new one, and get going.
    The Amazon service was GREAT!
    I resorted to going to a Barnes & Noble to search out another 28 diet plan, with recipes
    . . . found one, we’ll see . . . the original ‘Eat to Win’ is the perfect 28 day starter diet. . .
    Rating: 2 / 5

  5. Me says:

    Followed advice closely.
    Weight falls off, sports performance through the roof.

    It works!!
    Rating: 5 / 5

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