The Metabolism Miracle

The Metabolism Miracle

3 Easy Steps to Regain Control of your Weight ... Permanently

Book - 2010
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There is a reason that some people can eat all they want and seemingly never gain a pound, while others count every calorie, exercise, and can't lose an ounce. Millions of people--an estimated 45 percent of dieters--have Metabolism B, a condition that causes the body to over-process carbohydrate foods into excess body fat. Registered dietitian Diane Kress's scientifically based, easy-to-follow program has helped thousands of people with Metabolism B lose weight and keep it off.

As someone who struggled with Metabolism B for years, Kress knows firsthand the frustration of diets that don't work. The solution? A simple, three-step, carb-controlling program that stabilizes blood glucose levels and reprograms the metabolism to melt away fat. The Metabolism Miracle starts working on Day 1.

Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. :, Da Capo Lifelong, an imprint of Perseus Books Group,, 2010
Copyright Date: ©2009
ISBN: 9780738213866
Branch Call Number: ANF 613.25 KRE
ANF 613.25 KRE
Characteristics: xvi, 308 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm

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fletchmo
Aug 19, 2010

author is an R.D. who herself developed type 2 diabetes while following low fat calorie counted diet with exercise.

this diet is meant to treat metabolic syndrome. (an 8 week very low carb period--25 grams per day, followed by progressively more carbs (about 110 to 180 grams/day)
I am not this despiritted--25 grams is very very low!)

2 ideas that were new to me were that about 45 % of people have a change to the shape of the insulin receptors on their fat cells when those cells become-well--fat--ie stretched. When receptor shapes are changed insulin resistance occurs. the other 55% of pple can get very very fat and still maintain the perfect insulin receptor shape on fat cells.

the other idea in this book is that a major problem for some people is that the liver 'overshoots' its glycogen stores into bloodstream when meals are too far apart (more than 5 hours or during the night) with resulting overshoot in insulin and then low bloodsugar and carb cravings--thus a person can actually gain weight by skipping meals...
I like the coleslaw dressing....

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