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Living Low Carb: Controlled-Carbohydrate Eating for Long-Term Weight Loss Paperback – January 5, 2010
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But when the low-carb diet supposedly fell out of favor with the public in 2005 after the big low-carb food marketing craze subsided, Dr. Bowden's publisher discontinued printing the book despite strong sales. Then in 2009 there was such a great demand for this book by people sincerely interested in learning more about what low-carb living was all about and the emergence of a whole host of solid scientific evidence supporting low-carb diets that the publishers had no choice but to contact Dr.Read more ›
It's not. And we're not. Plenty of us happily eat low carb, and enjoy optimal health. We look and feel great. We have not died of kidney failure, or whatever "dangers" supposed health experts warn about eating this way.
Thankfully Jonny Bowden has revised his brilliant "Living the Low Carb Life," the absolute best book of its kind to learn about this way of eating. Even if biochemistry scares you away, Bowden has a way of writing that's simultaneously entertaining, enlightening, and a pleasure to read. That's true even if you never group "biochemistry" and "a pleasure to read" in the same sentence.
The new edition contains a chapter about talking to your doctor, some additional reviews of new diet and exercise plans/ books, and more current studies to support low-carb eating. Everything you need to know about eating healthily, taking supplements, exercising, and feeling great is right here. I didn't think this book could get any better, but it did.
Read "Living Low Carb," and you'll have an intelligent, science-based argument for anyone who bemoans how terrible, or unsafe, or whatever, low carb diets can be.
Even people who know better espouse this fallacious thinking. I am almost finished with a Masters degree in nutrition.Read more ›
I've been fat almost my entire adult life and six years ago I was diagnosed as insulin resistant and two years after that I had full blown Type II diabetes. I've never really managed to get my blood sugars under control and now I know why. I am, and always have been a carb addict. Bread, crackers, chips and pasta had always been the mainstay of my daily food intake and that's why I'm fat and have diabetes. Not much of a refined sugar lover but when you put starchy carbs in your body there's really no difference.
Six months ago I joined WeightWatchers and committed to eating clean, whole foods and sticking with a low-fat, lean protein, high fiber lifestyle. Well guess what, I've done exactly what I committed to and 6 months later I have lost only 6 pounds from where I started. That's a hard reality to accept not to mention the levels of frustration I have lived with over those last 6 months.
About 5 years ago, I went on a low-carb plan and I took it to the extreme of no-carbs and it worked. I lost a lot of weight in a short amount of time but about 3 months into my no-carb plan I developed a kidney issue. After multiple tests and multiple doctors no one had an answer for my kidney problem so ultimately I was told that the culprit was the fact that I was not eating carbs and that I needed to add them back in. So I did and I gained back everything I had lost and then some and was then diagnosed with full Type II diabetes.Read more ›
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I thought I had enough books on low carb dieting and I almost passed on this one, but I'm glad I got it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Marie McC
Get educated! This is a great book, I can't put it down whenever I start reading. Many topics, keytosis, glucose, the science, the art, explains a bunch of low-carb diets out there... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Northwest Dad
This is an excellent book that changed how I look at food. You can't really change your eating habits till you understand which habits are wrong and which ones are right. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Campegius Bronkhorst
I bought the audio version of this book. It explains low carbohydrate eating in a way that makes sense to me. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Michael Morrisett
Initially I bought this book because I thought it would be filled with recipes and I could also look at the other low carb diets it mentions. Boy was I wrong. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Monkey Allen