Why Eating Less and Exercising More Makes You Fat: Current Health Advice is Failing Us - Learn the Four Fundamentals For Burning Fat and Getting Healt by Stephanie J MooreWhy Eating Less and Exercising More Makes You Fat: Current Health Advice is Failing Us - Learn the Four Fundamentals For Burning Fat and Getting Healt by Stephanie J Moore

Why Eating Less and Exercising More Makes You Fat: Current Health Advice is Failing Us - Learn the…

byStephanie J Moore

Paperback | November 10, 2016

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Health care professionals and fitness experts constantly tell people who want to lose weight they should eat less and exercise more. Counting calories and eating low fat food while spending hours at the gym has become a modern day dogma for weight loss, but such advice is profoundly flawed and clearly not working. This book explains in a clear and accessible way, why this seemingly logical advice fails most people over and over again.

This book is a culmination of Stephanie’s years of training and experience along with personal experimentation to understand the true cause of weight gain, or more precisely fat gain, and the mechanisms with which you can re-set your body into being a fat-burner and not a fat-storer. Stephanie shares with you a system of interventions based on science to trigger fat burning and regulate appetite control, which leads to permanent fat loss and food freedom. This includes why blood sugar management is fundamental to long-term health and weight loss; how to exercise less to burn more fat; the surprising importance of a healthy gut microbiome – the 100 trillion bacteria that live in your gut and their influence on your weight, and why intermittent fasting is one of the quickest and easiest ways to restore the body to a fat-burning machine.

Title:Why Eating Less and Exercising More Makes You Fat: Current Health Advice is Failing Us - Learn the…Format:PaperbackDimensions:228 pages, 8.27 × 5.83 × 0.48 inPublished:November 10, 2016Publisher:Health-in-HandLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

ContentsPrefaceIntroduction Balance is key We're all on a diet Wake up to your metabolism The four fundamentals of overcoming metabolic misery Good-quality foodChapter 1: Not all calories are equal Feast and famine Chocolate cake or almonds? Why real food matters, not calories The glycemic index (GI) of foods Glycemic load (GL) To sum upChapter 2: The mechanics of getting fat How much is too much fat? Being 'naturally' thinChapter 3: How hormonal imbalance can make us fat The stress hormones The hunger hormone The satisfaction hormone The energy hormones The blood-sugar-regulating hormone Fat-storing enzymes To sum upChapter 4: Increasing your basal metabolic rate BMR Booster No. 1: Increase muscle mass BMR Booster No. 2: Avoid quick-release carbs BMR Booster No. 3: Intermittent fasting (IF) BMR Booster No. 4: Improve your gut health and nurture your good gut bacteriaChapter 5: Gut health and weight loss What is the gut microbiome? Feeding a happy gut: The 3Fs Foods to avoid for gut health Understanding our foodChapter 6: Fats The what's what of fat Saturated fats Polyunsaturated fats Monounsaturated fats To sum upChapter 7: Carbohydrates Grains, seeds and nuts Milk Fructose Sugars in processed foods Artificial sweeteners To sum upChapter 8: Proteins Undigested proteins Gluten Lectins Good sources of protein How much protein do we need?Chapter 9: How to de-sugar your system Sugar-kicking tipsChapter 10: How it all works in real life A typical day to maintain optimal fat burning Breakfast Lunch and dinner Common carb pitfalls The top 12 lifestyle and dietary factors for fat burning instead of fat storing ConclusionAppendix Frequently asked questions Recipes Supplements Recommended foods Resources and suppliers