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It's not about willpower--it's about your body chemistry
You've tried dieting, and, after some initial success, you always seem to put the weight back on. Stop blaming yourself! The problem isn't with you; it's with the diets themselves.
Many are based on the glycemic index, which doesn't make a distinction between good carbohydrates, such as carrots, from bad ones like starches--potatoes, white pasta, sugar, etc. Nor do they take into account real-life serving sizes; the GI numbers are based on lab-controlled portions. The good news is that nutritional scientists have developed the glycemic load, a powerful new tool for controlling weight that's based on what people actually eat and allows for more of a variety of foods.
In The Glycemic-Load Diet, cardiologist Dr. Rob Thompson unveils a revolutionary eating and exercise plan that helps you reverse insulin resistance, allowing you to:
Rob Thompson, M.D., is a board-certified cardiologist in private practice who has counseled patients with high blood cholesterol and heart disease for more than twenty-five years. He is on staff at Swedish Hospital Medical Center in Seattle and is the author of The New Low-Carb Way of Life.
This diet book made a lot of sense. It's not really a diet book, however, teaches you how to eat food in what orders. It was very helpful.Published 2 hours ago by Deborah L. Jarosch
Just started reading the book. It was recommended by my cardiologist. Side note, the author is a friend of the cardiologist. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Duane W. Smart
Highly recommend this book. I am not diabetic but I became interested in learning how to prevent insulin spikes throughout the day so my body stays in the "sweet spot" and... Read morePublished 27 days ago by keZiah
I had been compiling a spreadsheet that converted ounces to grams and with the glycemic index, the corresponding glycemic load. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jon