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The Carbohydrate Addict's Healthy Heart Program Break Your Carbo-Insulin Connection to Heart Disease (Paperback)

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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0345426118
ISBN-13: 9780345426116
Sku: 30649131
Publish Date: 11/1/2000
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 7H x 4.25L x 1.25T
Pages:  448
Age Range:  NA
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There was a time when we ate food simply because it tasted good and gave us pleasure . (from the first line)
Now it seems, a most amazing transformation has taken place. Food is viewed as medicine, chosen for its ability to ward off an impending state of health, rather than for the pleasure or satisfaction it gives. We keep our bodies under strict surveillance, and act as if they harbor some untrustworthy beast waiting to attack us from within--one that requires a strong hand and a disciplinarian's watchful eye. Activity, now in the form of regimented exercise, has become arduous and demanding. Pleasure has been replaced by a self-righteous sense of sacrifice and society's confirmation that by giving up all things enjoyable we offer proof of our goodness, dedication, and self-discipline.
Now in paperback, Drs. Richard & Rachael Heller -- "New York Times" bestselling authors -- and cardiovascular surgeon Dr. Fred Vagnini share their breakthrough program to help prevent and reduce risk of heart disease in carbo sensitive individuals.
From the Publisher:
A guide to the low-carbohydrate diet offers advice on how to stave off heart disease, reduce blood pressure and blood fats, lose weight, and promote a long and healthy life by reducing the body's dependence on insulin. Reprint.
In this guide to restricting carbohydrates, the authors define carbohydrate addiction as "a physical imbalance that leads to compelling hunger, craving, or desire for high-carbohydrate foods--an escalating, reoccurring need or drive for starches, snack foods, junk foods, or sweets." They argue that excessive carbohydrates stimulate the body to produce too much insulin. An overproduction of insulin, they feel, causes heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and excessive weight gain. This book teaches readers how to greatly reduce carbohydrates from their diets and provides several low-carbohydrate recipes, including Cauliflower & Ham Supreme, Classic Pork Roast, and Broiled Lamb Chops.

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Product attributeBook Format:   Pocketbook
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0448
Product attributePublisher:   Ballantine Books
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