Prediabetes Books, Nook Books

The Insulin Resistance Diet; Hart/Grossman

The Insulin Resistance Diet: The Insulin-Resistance Diet: How to Turn Off Your Body’s Fat-Making Machine recommends a well-researched health program based on the relationship between insulin and fat. While low-fat foods are a part of the plan, Cheryle R. Hart and Mary Kay Grossman (doctors at the Women’s Workshop, a medical weight clinic) arm readers with comprehensible information about smart combinations of foods that allow for genuinely tasty treats. The book will be helpful for people who want a regimen as well as for those who just want to make informed eating choices.

The Insulin-Resistance Diet is really not a diet book at all-it’s an eating guide. It allows you to eat all the foods you like in the proper amounts and still control insulin resistance and lose weight. Inside you will find the following features:

Link-and-Balance Eating Method-links and balances carbohydrates with the right amount of protein at the right time for maximum weight loss
Self-tests-to determine if you have insulin resistance and to check your progress with linking and balancing
Food lists-include most foods and serving sizes
Real-world strategies-provide complete meal plans and snack ideas, lists of name-brand convenience foods, and linked-and-balanced restaurant items
Recipes-more than forty-five delicious, healthful, and easy-to-make recipes

These features together with in-depth sections on fitness and on understanding our relationship with food comprise a total weight-loss and weight-management program-one that is simple to follow and guarantees success.

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