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Best Book on Health I've read #12857745 08/08/18 05:55 PM
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I highly encourage you to read Genius Foods.


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What about is was worth reading? Sell me a little coach

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Originally Posted By: sdavis24
What about is was worth reading? Sell me a little coach


It debunks years of myths about dieting. It really explains down to the molecular level what your body needs nutrition wise and what foods to eat. It explains new research that basically says there is no evidence saying that grains are essential to life and that carbs from those sources are the reason for diabetes, dementia, Alzheimer's, heart disease, etc. It debunks the cholesterol myth and low fat diet myth. In some small studies they have given late stage Alzheimer's patients 4 tablespoons of olive and coconut oil and that their relatives said they gained years of loss back.


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Sounds like a rebranded keto diet.

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Originally Posted By: Tallgrass05
Sounds like a rebranded keto diet.


Not really, keto has some weird, hokie stuff to it, this is pure healthy eating, no eating spoon fulls of butter or stuff like that.


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Re: Best Book on Health I've read [Re: Der Vorsteher] #12858733 08/09/18 03:15 PM
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Olive and/or coconut oil helps with memory and mental functionality?

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Originally Posted By: Indianation65
Olive and/or coconut oil helps with memory and mental functionality?

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Yup


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What about is was worth reading? Sell me a little coach


It debunks years of myths about dieting. It really explains down to the molecular level what your body needs nutrition wise and what foods to eat. It explains new research that basically says there is no evidence saying that grains are essential to life and that carbs from those sources are the reason for diabetes, dementia, Alzheimer's, heart disease, etc. It debunks the cholesterol myth and low fat diet myth. In some small studies they have given late stage Alzheimer's patients 4 tablespoons of olive and coconut oil and that their relatives said they gained years of loss back.
I'm sold. I grabbed it on iTunes. Thanks

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Originally Posted By: Der Vorsteher
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What about is was worth reading? Sell me a little coach


It debunks years of myths about dieting. It really explains down to the molecular level what your body needs nutrition wise and what foods to eat. It explains new research that basically says there is no evidence saying that grains are essential to life and that carbs from those sources are the reason for diabetes, dementia, Alzheimer's, heart disease, etc. It debunks the cholesterol myth and low fat diet myth. In some small studies they have given late stage Alzheimer's patients 4 tablespoons of olive and coconut oil and that their relatives said they gained years of loss back.


All I can say is that I am doing everything they are debunking. I am low carb (less than 26g/day), low fat, low cholesterol.

In 5 months I am down 43 pounds to a weight of 170 pounds.

My cholesterol when I started was 297, now 221. Still high, but much lower. All done with diet nd exercise...no meds.

My blood pressure on meds was 140/90ish. Now, off meds is 115/75ish.

My triglycerides were 310, now 91.

I sleep way better with no snoring.

I just can't fathom these doctors saying cholesterol/fat/grease is not bad.


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What about is was worth reading? Sell me a little coach


It debunks years of myths about dieting. It really explains down to the molecular level what your body needs nutrition wise and what foods to eat. It explains new research that basically says there is no evidence saying that grains are essential to life and that carbs from those sources are the reason for diabetes, dementia, Alzheimer's, heart disease, etc. It debunks the cholesterol myth and low fat diet myth. In some small studies they have given late stage Alzheimer's patients 4 tablespoons of olive and coconut oil and that their relatives said they gained years of loss back.


All I can say is that I am doing everything they are debunking. I am low carb (less than 26g/day), low fat, low cholesterol.

In 5 months I am down 43 pounds to a weight of 170 pounds.

My cholesterol when I started was 297, now 221. Still high, but much lower. All done with diet nd exercise...no meds.

My blood pressure on meds was 140/90ish. Now, off meds is 115/75ish.

My triglycerides were 310, now 91.

I sleep way better with no snoring.

I just can't fathom these doctors saying cholesterol/fat/grease is not bad.



Doesn't mean its good for you, I can starve myself and lose weight but not good for me. Read the book and you will understand. I can't explain this stuff on here, lots of scientific research and reasons why this is the best way to eat. Cholesterol is not a bad thing if it is coming from the right sources, your brain actually creates and uses quiet a bit of its on cholesterol. Congrats on the great changes but I would recommend looking into the book to continue your longterm health.

Never did I say high grease, high oils. Huge difference. Your body cannot synthesis proteins without fats. Fats are essential to human body function.

With that said, one of the highest prescribed medications are cholesterol meds, they are trying to push that stuff, so of course they are going to say its bad for you.

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Thanks for the heads up on the book! I'll be looking into it.


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Best health book I've read is "Spark," the revolutionary new science of exercise and the brain. Not much diet info in there though, mostly exercise.


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Re: Best Book on Health I've read [Re: Jpurdue] #12868361 08/18/18 01:20 PM
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Best health book I've read is "Spark," the revolutionary new science of exercise and the brain. Not much diet info in there though, mostly exercise.


You should read it, its eye opening. My wife hasn't started exercising yet and has lost 8 pounds this last week. I don't call it a diet, it's nothing gimmicky, purely healthy eating and cooking. My caloric intake hasn't changed, in fact, we both probably eat more but are losing weight.


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my personal best book on health is eat to live.

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