Everything They Don't Teach At Harvard Medical School: A Diet For A Little Planet
In the past ten years, we have had many books on health and nutrition simply replicate the themes in "The Zone Diet" by Barry Sears, which changed the way we think about carbohydrate and our health. "Everything They Don't Teach at Harvard Medical School" uncovers exactly and specifically how the molecule we call fat is made in the body in a way a teenager can understand. The support for the design...
Paperback: 236 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (September 11, 2012)
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on how fat is made comes not from Okinawa, The French Riviera, or South Beach, but from little known secrets in the animal kingdom. Why didn't any book ever answer how fat was made? It would solve so many problems! Cattle raising has already been the cause of 90% of the South American rainforest destruction. Most low carbohydrate book are sending out the wrong message. This work recaptures the progressive spirit of Rachel Carson's "Silent Spring", which launched the environmental movement. "Where have been the breaking discoveries in science and medicine this decade?", the New York Times asks. It has been nearly two decades since "The Zone" illustrated how insulin stores body fat. Unfortunately, caloric theory still remains in every major hospital and medical school. As Mark Twain once wrote, "A lie well-told is hard to kill." "Everything They Don't Teach at Harvard Medical School" solves this controversy. The book is the first to break the fat code, hermetically and decisively, overturning both cholesterol and caloric theories.