Fruit Belly: A 4-Day Quick Fix To Relieve Bloating Caused By High Carb, High Fruit Diets by Romy DolléFruit Belly: A 4-Day Quick Fix To Relieve Bloating Caused By High Carb, High Fruit Diets by Romy Dollé

Fruit Belly: A 4-Day Quick Fix To Relieve Bloating Caused By High Carb, High Fruit Diets

byRomy Dollé

Hardcover | September 29, 2015

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The title of Swiss author Romy Dollé's, Fruit Belly, refers to abdominal bloat often accompanied by digestive distress; a common result of some basic dietary misconceptions in many fast-track, low-fat, weight loss plans. With well-defined, easy to ingest information about how the body actually breaks down and distributes fats and nutrients, Fruit Belly provides a clear 4-Day Quick Fix plan to not only relieve any existing abdominal distress, but help re-set the metabolism and reawaken the body's natural desire for the kinds of real food it wants and needs to function at its best ? while still losing unwanted pounds.

Fruit Belly outlines the fundamental advantages of combining a Primal/paleo style diet with a well-rounded exercise routine for a balanced, non-aggressive approach to weight loss that's suitable to even the busiest modern lifestyle. The book's 4-Day Quick Fix program provides menu guidelines for breakfast, lunch, and dinner (including between meal snacks!) and lots of quick and tasty recipes with affordable and easily accessible ingredients. Common misconceptions about the distribution of fat and muscle weight are also addressed, and a photo-illustrated roster of simple core-strengthening stretches and exercises that can be done almost anywhere is included.

Moreover, the book explains in basic terms and beautiful graphics how the human body digests and distributes the nutrients in the foods we eat; how our metabolism becomes quickly and chronically addicted to sugar (which includes fruit and carbohydrates); and the bio-chemical connection between mind and body that drives our sense of hunger and satiety.  Fruit Belly provides a comprehensive and holistic solution to counter the crash-course weight loss approach - and puts you back on the path to a healthful and more energizing "non-diet" diet.

Romy is an entrepreneur, author, devoted mother, and MBA wielding, Swiss-certified banking specialist. She grew up in a small mountain village in Switzerland, where the food was picked fresh, collected locally, and left entirely un-adulterated. Growing up, she dreamed of traveling the world and sought the financial freedom to do so. Th...
Title:Fruit Belly: A 4-Day Quick Fix To Relieve Bloating Caused By High Carb, High Fruit DietsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:227 pages, 6.2 × 8.6 × 0.8 inPublished:September 29, 2015Publisher:Primal Nutrition, Inc.Language:English

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ISBN - 10:1939563216

ISBN - 13:9781939563217

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Hard to read some parts but great info It is difficult to read this book because the information is printed in black ink on medium grey coloured pages. This is very hard on the eyes. There is a lot of good information, but also some mis-information depending on whether you are familiar with your digestive system or not. So far I have read half the book and find it interesting. Still waiting to see what kind of a meal plan I can get started on as I am vegan, wheat and milk intolerant and so far have not seen any menu that includes food that I can eat since they start by telling you not to eat fruit not specific enough on which are good and which are not. The 4 day fix is not possible for me because of the meat. Do go to the back (Page 122) for alternative meal plans and read the paleo recipes (126) which are much easier to read due to different colour backgrounds. I have to avoid seafood so looked for recipes that did not contain any meat or seafood. Eggs are allowed in vegan and Diabetic recipes, especially poached or soft boiled. I do occasionally allow myself to eat a meat dish, but very rarely so those recipes will not go to waist/waste. I particularly enjoyed the section about the types of sugars/sweeteners available and which ones are bad/good/etc. Still looking for an alternative to Honey as it causes much pain. Anything that goes through a Bee does this. But without bees we would not have great plants to eat. Also great information regarding the right exercises and how to do them properly. Add to this any good Therapeutic Yoga, gentle stretch and release and low impact cardio (especially for the elderly) and it is a good reference book.
Date published: 2016-10-15