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The Insulin-Resistance Diet–Revised and Updated: How to Turn Off Your Body’s Fat-Making Machine

June 20, 2010 by  
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Product DescriptionConquer insulin resistance. Reduce cravings. Eat your favorite foods. And lose weight! If you have tried every diet and are still struggling with your weight, the real culprit may be insulin resistance. When you have more glucose than your body needs, your body responds by producing more insulin to stabilize your blood sugar level and store the excess glucose as fat. In The Insulin-Resistance Diet, Cheryle R. Hart and Mary Kay Grossman show you how to control insulin resistance and lose weight without sacrificing all of your favorite foods. Overcome insulin resistance and lose weight with: The exclusive Link-and-Balance Eating Method, which balances carbs with the right amount of protein at the right time for maximum weight loss Self-tests to determine your insulin resistance and check your progress with linking and balancing Real-world strategies for eating at home and out on the town Easy-to-make, tasty recipes and livable meal plans

  • ISBN13: 9780071499842
  • Condition: NEW
  • Notes: Brand New from Publisher. No Remainder Mark.

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5 Responses to “The Insulin-Resistance Diet–Revised and Updated: How to Turn Off Your Body’s Fat-Making Machine”
  1. Mark Twain says:

    Ever notice how many “Wow, this really works!” reviews you read when looking at diet books on Amazon? The strange thing is very few of them ever give statistics or meaninful testimony. My favorite is the review that reads something like this “5 stars! I tried this diet for 1 week and already I feel much better!” How is that objective or helpful?
    Or how about this one: “I lost 8# in 2 weeks. . . down from 365 to 357!” Come on people you have to realize that small weight losses like this are due to water weight loss and not much else after only a few weeks.

    This is the problem with fat people – they want something that is “EASY” rather than sucking it up and doing the work – as in reviews that read “Its so EASY to use!” as if we are all fat, lazy people with no discipline to put a healthy eating plan into practice if it is the least bit difficult – no sir, it must be “EASY”! – gosh maybe that is our problem in America where 60% of the population is obese.

    I also love diet book reviews that read “I never really got hungry on this diet – thank goodness!”, as if being hungry is just about the worst disaster that could ever happen in the civilized world. Got news for you folks, being hungry is a natural condition for human beings. We eat, we digest and we then we wait until we are HUNGRY before we eat again – er, oh, no? No, the mainstream will say “Never let youself go hungry because bad things will happen. . . ” What utter nonsense! Gosh do you suppose that is why we have a diabetes epidemic and everywhere you look all you see is fat people wearing tank tops proudly displaying their flabby bulges?

    If you are going to review a book and wish to be helpful to others who will read your review – try to give some meaningful information – oh, and at least TRY the diet for several months to a year before you start to preach to everyone how great it is.

    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. Anonymous says:

    I was amazed and the nonsense in this book! The idea you could lose weight by eating protein with everything, and I mean anything, just does not fit. There does not seem to be good nutritional advice. The links and balances was cute, but seemed a bit too complicated for everyday use. This book would be good for those who do not really want to lose weight, but like to read about it.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. This is a good theory but in real use, doesn’t work. I read the book twice and went out and bought all the protein items and the lower carb items; I wrote everything down. Ate 6 times a day (small meals/snacks) and after 3 weeks I’m down a big 4 lbs. I’m going back to WW where I can lose 6 or 7 lbs the first week. All this is is another scam diet book. . . Weight Watchers is the best.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  4. C. Mular says:

    Don’t waste your money on this book! You have heard it all before. It was mildly interesting to hear the medical explanations, but that’s it.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. This is one of the worst diet books I’ve ever tried. Terrible recipes full of fake, tasteless, plastic fat-free foods. The food on this plan gave me horrible cravings because I wasn’t eating enough fat. Also, the authors don’t address sugar cravings and hypoglycemia. So I made the chocolate cake and ate half of it at once and then made myself throw the rest out so I would stop eating it. I stopped using this plan after a day or two, it was obvious it wouldn’t satisfy me and my energy wasn’t great either.
    Rating: 1 / 5

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