Eat Fat, Get Thin: Why the Fat We Eat Is the Key to Sustained Weight Loss and Vibrant Health: 5 (The Dr. Hyman Library)
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Daniel Amen, he created The Daniel Plan, a faith-based initiative that helped The Saddleback Church collectively lose 250,000 pounds.
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Confusingly, the book actually states that these two specific saturated fats may have a negative effect on cardiovascular disease, although the study actually showed no relationship. Rather the authors highlight that it is more likely the glycemic load of some refined carbohydrates that may be problematic, but only in those who are not healthy weight. Of note, 35% fat intake is within the suggested fat intake range found in the Dietary Guidelines for Americans.Oz's HealthCorps, which tackles the obesity epidemic by educating American students about nutrition.
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Additionally, the effects of individual components of extra virgin olive oil and their effects on cells may not translate to humans due to a number of factors including diet complexity, bioavailability, etc. While such reductions are likely to be beneficial on balance, the book also promotes a high intake of saturated fat, which may be problematic. The solution presented by the book is to adopt a diet high in fat with an overall reduction in carbohydrate intake.One of the first studies mentioned by Eat Fat, Get Thin to support its claim that eating more fat is better for weight loss is a metabolic ward study. However, they did not find a relationship between either total carbohydrate or when considering all refined carbohydrate intake and heart disease.
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Therefore, it is not clear whether the reduction and elimination of the medication can be attributed to the low-carb aspect of the diet or if it was the hypocaloric diet and reduction in weight that caused the change.The “pegan” diet still has a high level of food restriction but allows for more fruit, legumes, and grains.