Protein Power: The High-Protein/Low Carbohydrate Way to Lose Weight, Feel Fit, and Boost Your Health-in Just Weeks!

Protein Power: The High-Protein/Low Carbohydrate Way to Lose Weight, Feel Fit, and Boost Your Health-in Just Weeks!

Michael R. Eades, Mary Dan Eades

Language: English

Pages: 429

ISBN: 0553574752

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

An effective, medically sound diet that lets you eat bacon, eggs, steak, even cheese?

It's true!  Lose fat.  Feel fit.  Stop craving.  Without counting fat grams and without giving up the foods you love.

Based on cutting-edge research, this revolutionary and deliciously satisfying plan has already helped thousands of patients lose weight and achieve other lifesaving health benefits, including lower cholesterol and blood pressure readings and an improvement or reversal of common disorders such as heart disease, adult-onset diabetes, and gout.  Developed by Doctors Michael and Mary Dan Eades, the simple regimen calls for a new way of eating: a protein-rich, moderate-fat, low-carbohydrate diet that will have you feeling better and more energetic within a week, and help correct blood sugar levels, high blood pressure, and elevated cholesterol within three weeks.  So if you've been living the low-fat, no-fat way and still haven't lost weight, stop blaming yourself! Instead, turn to the breakthrough metabolic program that replaces lifelong dieting with lifelong health.













medication for any of the insulin-related disorders, you may want to take the following note to your doctor. To Our Physician Colleagues: Your patient has brought this note to your attention after reading our book, Protein Power, about how to control insulin-related disorders by nutritional means. We have used these methods to successfully treat these conditions in our own clinical practice for nearly a decade. Hypertension: Using these dietary guidelines, your hypertensive patients will

Refer to Figure 4.1. These figures are photo reproductions of four CAT photographs that show us what we would see if we could cut a person in half and look end on at the fat, the muscle, the bone, and the organs. Figure A represents an “average” healthy subject, figure B is a very lean trained athlete, figure C an apple-shaped person who stores fat inside the abdominal cavity, and figure D a pear-shaped person who lays down fat mainly in the hips and legs. In these instances the total body weight

additional three to four weeks. 2. When you have recomposed your weight to your desired lean and fat percentages on Phase II. 3. When you are within 5 percent of your ideal body weight if you’re using the plan to lose body fat. 4. When you must leave the plan for some reason—such as surgery, pregnancy, severe injury, or illness. You should not place yourself in a reduced-calorie state in any of these circumstances, and you should, if they arise, quickly move to controlled maintenance at

steaks over white ash-coated coals, or sauté them for about 1 minute on each side. Toss the salad and serve. PER SERVING: 10 GRAMS CARBOHYDRATE, 29 GRAMS PROTEIN • Tuna cooks particularly fast because of its oil content, so be sure not to overcook it or it will be very dry. As soon as the steak hits the heat you can actually monitor the cooking process by watching the edge of the meat. The opaque gray color will rise like a thermometer. Turn the steak before the color line reaches the center

without breaking up the lumps. Mix together the next 6 ingredients and fold carefully into the crabmeat. Add the crushed oyster crackers and lightly form the meat into 4 round cakes without compressing it. Refrigerate the cakes for 1 hour. Lightly dust both sides with presifted flour. Melt the butter in a skillet large enough to hold the crab cakes. Sauté them in the melted butter over medium-low heat until golden brown and heated through, about 4 minutes on each side. PER SERVING: 5 GRAMS

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