Fat Loss for Humans
by Carl Blake
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• Fun and fact-filled eater’s digest with the manifesto: “liberation from the tyranny of fat.” • Everyday nutrition imaginatively designed using fat assets, supreme proteins, and carb addictions and additions. • Nutrition is difficult but eating isn’t. • You are what you eat, sleep, secrete and excrete. • Multiple primary causes for fat-gain and primal solutions for fat-loss made intelligible. • Recreational calories manifested in three prize-winning dessert recipes prepared in minutes. • Promise of permanent fat-loss occurring with small deficits of calorie consumption and small increments of calorie expenditure over time. • Good news for fitness-averse eaters. Great news for fitness warriors. • Taking advantage of enormous benefits of intense exercise and the equally beneficial period of rest and recovery that follows. • The N.E.A.T way to exercise. • Nutritional superstars already in your kitchen. • Sabotaging nutritional and exercise progress with chronic stress. • Harnessing the hormones for fat-loss is powerful strategy. • Simple (painless) and effective strategies that target fat-loss. • Ease in getting nutritional allotment of vegetables and fruits in your daily feedbag. • How to gain muscle and lose fat • What blood sugar and the stock market have in common. • Nutritional myths busted. • Some of your favorite foods exonerated. • Giving your body an oil change. • Change of content of calories automatically reduces calories. • Cooperate rather than compete with deep biological urges. • Human blood and chlorophyll are the same except for one molecule. • Become a salad king/queen. • Humor and physical transformation are not mutually exclusive.
- AuthorHouse, March 2012
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