Eat What You Love Everyday!

Eat What You Love Everyday!

[200 All-new, Great-tasting Recipes Low in Sugar, Fat and Calories]

Book - 2014
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Magician in the kitchen" Marlene Koch is back with the third book in her bestselling "Eat What You Love" series. Eat What You Love Everyday! offers 200 brand-new guilt-free recipes for every day, every occasion and everyone! No one knows the foods Americans love to eat best, or makes fat, calories, and sugar disappear" like Marlene. With easy-to-make great tasting recipes, and gorgeous mouthwatering images, Eat What You Love Everyday! is the golden ticket for anyone who wants to eat the foods they love, and still look and feel their best, including those on weight loss or diabetes diets.
Publisher: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania : Running Press, ©2014.
ISBN: 9780762451630
0762451637
Characteristics: 350 pages :,color illustrations ;,24 cm
Additional Contributors: Legato, Steve - Photographer

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LRS1969 Jun 08, 2015

Sounds good... but is truly Junk Science. You simply can't have it both ways. Your body has energy requirements. Either via carbohydrate (very bad) or fats (very good if healthy - animal origin or plant oils that are saturated like Coconut oil or Palm Oil). If you have Low Carb (which this is NOT - it's recipes are loaded with carbohydrates) then you'll have no energy, High fatigue and eventually soon die as numerous early trappers and explorers discovered when they fell victim to the "rabbit starvation diet".

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rabbit_starvation

You can eat a lot of protein - tons of it. As long as it is eaten with a lot of fat. That's why fatty meat cuts (and organs) are much better than lean meat.

Low carb is NOT high protein... it's high fat.

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