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The Natural Fat-Loss Pharmacy

April 12, 2010 by  
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Product Description

Finally, information about weight loss supplements that isn’t based on hype or hope, but on scientific fact! Written by Harry Preuss, MD, a doctor and university-based researcher, and Bill Gottlieb, former editor-in-chief of Rodale Books, this is the first and only reliable guide to the nutritional supplements and herbs that can safely and effectively help you lose weight and keep it off.

You’ll learn how to:

Speed fat burning—with green tea extract

Lose fat and build muscle without dieting or exercise—with CLA (conjugated linoleic acid)

Stop weight regain—with MCT (medium-chain triglycerides)

Reduce carbohydrate cravings—with 5-HTP

Balance blood sugar for easier dieting—with chromium

Block the absorption of excess starch and sugar—with white kidney bean extract and L-arabinose

Get off a plateau, where pounds don’t seem to budge—with HCA (hydroxy citric acid)

Turbo-charge fat-burning exercise—with HMB (hydroxy methylbutyrate) or BCAA (branched-chain amino acids)

You’ll also read about the weight-loss supplements that aren’t likely to work or are possibly unsafe.

You’ll find a customized program to help you pick the one or more supplements that are right for you. And you’ll discover an easy-to-follow, no-diet food plan for controlling calories, and a simple, no-sweat approach to physical activity for long-term weight control.

  • ISBN13: 9780767924078
  • Condition: NEW
  • Notes: Brand New from Publisher. No Remainder Mark.

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5 Responses to “The Natural Fat-Loss Pharmacy”
  1. Ken Williams says:

    Sorry i have not reviewed this book as it was a gift

    Regards
    Ken
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. This book runs down the most popular natural supplements for weightloss and tries to back up claims for each with results from various scientific studies. The most underwhleming part of this book is the way it tauts something on one page as causing lots of weightloss, and the next, you find out that after an 8 week trial, average weightloss was 3-6 pounds. Well wippity doo, you can get results like that from just cutting out 500 calories a day and exercising. The author is honest at least about when studies contradict each other and makes no absolutist claims about any of the supplements. Some of the supplements are quite expensive. I am trying several right now: Green tea extract, Hoodia, Cinnamon, and fiber. Only the fiber seems to have any appetite blunting effect. There is some good info here, just dont expect to find one thing that will magically make you lose weight. It wont be 1 or 2 tricks that leads to weightloss, but the combination of good food, moderate portions, exercise, and 10 or more tricks.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  3. D. Baier says:

    The book is easy to read and easy to find specific information it was quite informative and was well worth the used price I paid for it.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  4. Great book – for semi-intelligent readers. This guy is GOOD! In fact, it was so good I bought another copy, sent it to my daughter, and we will get on the phone for an hour to read it together and decide what we want to do.

    I get zillions of ideas on losing weight, forget them, and hope this one works. My daughter has lost 20 # on the “TUMS” diet, and now we will add the “Green Tea with Caffeine” route.

    And Amazon got it to us in time!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. This book brings together many studies and, tells you which products work. How they work. And most importantly: How and when to use them. I ordered it for my mother, and after skimming through the first 2 chapters: I ordered 3 more copies to give to others that could use it.
    Rating: 4 / 5

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