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Publisher Comments:

An easy-to-follow, customizable diet based on metabolic type that helps you get rid of excess fat and enjoy a healthy life

A diet that produces amazing results for someone else may fail miserably for you. Why? Researcher and nutritional consultant Felicia Drury Kliment explains that since people have different metabolic types, eating the wrong foods can lead to poor digestion, which causes weight gain and ill health. In Eat Right for Your Metabolism, you'll learn how to determine your metabolism type and customize a diet that helps you meet your goals for weight loss and long-lasting health.

Review:

"Kliment (The Acid-Alkaline Balance Diet) expands on her previous work to further pinpoint how the body's acid-alkaline balance, as well as issues regarding digestion, can disrupt metabolism, cause weight gain and initiate a series of other health concerns. The author purports that there are three main metabolism types — meat eaters, grain eaters and those with balanced metabolism — and that all can benefit from eating the right foods. To support her theories, Kliment cobbles together a mass of frequently unrelated medical studies, drawing conclusions about what they mean. In one instance, she links teens who drink milk, a theory that milk causes a growth spurt which in turn releases a growth hormone, and published medical research showing that taller people are at risk for certain cancers, to conclude that teens who drink milk are increasing their risk of cancer. In another instance, she suggests that eating cooked foods raises levels of stress hormones, 'causing the body to produce more nutrients than it needs' which leads to 'unwanted pounds.' In addition to such examples, Kliment gives 26 recipes and a list of seven-day eating plans. Although her suggestions may resonate with some, in general, the book lacks cohesion, and its examples are too scattered to make real sense." Publishers Weekly (Copyright Reed Business Information, Inc.)

Synopsis:

Lose weight and prevent disease--without dieting!

You've tried low-fat, low-carb, and high-protein diets, but you can't seem to keep the weight off. Why? As nutritionist Felicia Drury Kliment explains, all digestive metabolisms are not the same, and your friend's diet miracle could be your diet disaster. The fact is, when you eat right for your metabolism, your body automatically regulates your food intake.

In "Eat Right for Your Metabolism," you'll learn about the three basic metabolic types--meat eater, grain eater, and omnivore. You'll find out how to determine which type you are and how to customize an eating plan to help you: Shed pounds and maintain your ideal weight without dieting or drugs End unhealthy food cravings and yo-yo dieting for good Prevent heart disease, diabetes, cancer, arthritis, and autoimmune diseases Conquer insomnia, depression, headaches, acid reflux, IBS, and chronic fatigue

Whether you just want to lose weight or take the leap to a healthier, life-enhancing way of eating, you get everything you need, including: The niacin test to determine what diet plan you should follow Easy-to-follow weekly menu plans for the meat eater and grain eater Delicious recipes from a renowned chef

Synopsis:

Felicia Drury Kliment is a nutritional consultant in private practice and the

Product Details

ISBN:
9780071492102
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill
Subject:
Health & Fitness : Diets - General
Author:
Kliment, Felicia Drury
Author:
Felicia Drury Kliment
Subject:
Diets - General
Subject:
Nutrition
Subject:
Digestion
Subject:
Diets
Subject:
Metabolism
Subject:
Diet-General
Subject:
main_subject
Subject:
all_subjects
Publication Date:
April 2006
Binding:
eBooks
Language:
English
Pages:
288

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"Publishers Weekly Review" by , "Kliment (The Acid-Alkaline Balance Diet) expands on her previous work to further pinpoint how the body's acid-alkaline balance, as well as issues regarding digestion, can disrupt metabolism, cause weight gain and initiate a series of other health concerns. The author purports that there are three main metabolism types — meat eaters, grain eaters and those with balanced metabolism — and that all can benefit from eating the right foods. To support her theories, Kliment cobbles together a mass of frequently unrelated medical studies, drawing conclusions about what they mean. In one instance, she links teens who drink milk, a theory that milk causes a growth spurt which in turn releases a growth hormone, and published medical research showing that taller people are at risk for certain cancers, to conclude that teens who drink milk are increasing their risk of cancer. In another instance, she suggests that eating cooked foods raises levels of stress hormones, 'causing the body to produce more nutrients than it needs' which leads to 'unwanted pounds.' In addition to such examples, Kliment gives 26 recipes and a list of seven-day eating plans. Although her suggestions may resonate with some, in general, the book lacks cohesion, and its examples are too scattered to make real sense." Publishers Weekly (Copyright Reed Business Information, Inc.)
"Synopsis" by , Lose weight and prevent disease--without dieting!

You've tried low-fat, low-carb, and high-protein diets, but you can't seem to keep the weight off. Why? As nutritionist Felicia Drury Kliment explains, all digestive metabolisms are not the same, and your friend's diet miracle could be your diet disaster. The fact is, when you eat right for your metabolism, your body automatically regulates your food intake.

In "Eat Right for Your Metabolism," you'll learn about the three basic metabolic types--meat eater, grain eater, and omnivore. You'll find out how to determine which type you are and how to customize an eating plan to help you: Shed pounds and maintain your ideal weight without dieting or drugs End unhealthy food cravings and yo-yo dieting for good Prevent heart disease, diabetes, cancer, arthritis, and autoimmune diseases Conquer insomnia, depression, headaches, acid reflux, IBS, and chronic fatigue

Whether you just want to lose weight or take the leap to a healthier, life-enhancing way of eating, you get everything you need, including: The niacin test to determine what diet plan you should follow Easy-to-follow weekly menu plans for the meat eater and grain eater Delicious recipes from a renowned chef

"Synopsis" by , Felicia Drury Kliment is a nutritional consultant in private practice and the
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