From Amazon.com ~ You may not realize it but you can take control of your metabolism. Identical twins and registered dietitians, Lyssie Lakatos and Tammy Lakatos Shames embarked on a twin study to determine precisely what does and doesn't increase the rate at which our bodies burn calories and fat. Their findings? Small changes have big results. The nine weight-loss principles and the 200 tips that help you incorporate them into your lifestyle in Fire Up Your Metabolism are surprisingly simple: Eat breakfast before you get to work. Learn which sugary snacks trump others (peanut M&Ms boost metabolism but Twizzlers don't). Drink water, which is essential to burning calories. Always eat dinner, even if it's late. Focus on muscle building, not cardiovascular workouts. With Fire Up Your Metabolism, you won't have to avoid restaurants or follow a diet (though one is included if you like regimentation). The fatigue and distracting hunger that derail most dieters won't affect you because revving your metabolism is all about eating. You will enjoy breads and other carbohydrates. You will boost your metabolism with power proteins, including hamburgers, and avoid other proteins that bog you down. You will indulge in snacks you thought a dieter could never touch. Lyssie and Tammy's clients have experienced not only dramatic weight loss but also the thrill of having more energy than ever before. Now you, too, can rewire your metabolism to lose weight fast and forever.
To be honest, there is nothing new in this book. But it's an excellent book!
What are the nine principles?
1. Never skip meals.
2. Eat at the right times.
3. Choose a diet rich in the best carbohydrates.
4. Appropriately time intake of lean proteins.
5. Drink appropriate amounts of certain beverages at specific times.
6. Eat a diet low in "bad" fat.
7. Get enough sleep every night.
8. Find surprising ways to stay active.
9. Incorporate muscle strengthening in your exercise routine.
Everything is well explained. There are food lists, sample meals, workouts, etc.
I read this book a couple years ago and it was a good reminder for me.
I'd love to try the diets in certain books like these but as a diabetic, dairy intolerant person who only eats 1 meal a day cos she can't afford to buy more food it doesn't look very likely lol
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