Fat Fast Cookbook: 50 Easy Recipes to Jump Start Your Low Carb Weight Loss [NOOK Book]

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Jump-Start Your Low Carb Weight Loss with Fat Fast Cookbook!

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Fat Fast Cookbook: 50 Easy Recipes to Jump Start Your Low Carb Weight Loss

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Overview

Jump-Start Your Low Carb Weight Loss with Fat Fast Cookbook!

Are you having trouble losing weight, even on the Atkins Induction phase?

Have you lost weight successfully on low carb, but hit a plateau or started to regain weight even though you’re still following your low carb diet?

Are you looking for a way to add more healthy fat to your low carb diet?

If you suspect you’ve been doing something wrong, we’ve got your solution.

Introducing your new low carb weight loss tools: The Fat Fast and Nutritional Ketosis.

Your Weight Loss Stall Is Not Your Fault
For years you’ve been told that eating fat makes you fat and that a calorie is a calorie is a calorie. Anyone who understands the science of Low Carb dieting knows this is just not true. Prepare to have your mind blown!

Who would have thought that the fastest way to lose fat – while maintaining muscle mass – was to eat mostly fat?!

In testing, the Fat Fast (also called the Atkins Fat Fast) – 1000 calories per day, 90% from pure fat – resulted in average fat loss – not just weight loss, but fat loss – of over a pound per day! It’s a radical, short-term strategy, but boy, does it work – and it’s based on clinical research.

The Fat Fast Cookbook includes 50 fabulous low carb, high fat recipes that can help you break your weight loss stall or help your body become keto-adapted, catapulting you into Nutritional Ketosis. It does this with 50 great recipes to help you implement the Fat Fast.

Break Your Weight Loss Stall with the Atkins Fat Fast
Popularized by Dr. Robert Atkins in his book Dr. Atkins New Diet Revolution, the Fat Fast is the most powerful tool for getting metabolically resistant low carb dieters back into Nutritional Ketosis and restarting their low carb weight loss.

Restart Your Low Carb Weight Loss With Nutritional Ketosis
Nutritional Ketosis is a metabolic state in which we use stored body fat for energy. The Fat Fast helps low carbers break weight loss plateaus and rapidly get back to burning fat for fuel when they have gone off plan.

Fat Fast Cookbook is a collection of healthy Low Carb / High Fat recipes created by best-selling author Dana Carpender with contributions by Amy Dungan of Healthy Low Carb Living (HealthyLowCarbLiving.com), and Rebecca Latham of My Low Carb Road to Better Health (lowcarbbetterhealth.blogspot.com), with photography by Amy Dungan and Jeff Guyer.

Here’s What You’ll Get In The Fat Fast Cookbook

50 Delicious Low Carb / High Fat Recipes:
These quick and easy-to-prepare recipes are written by Dana Carpender, Managing Editor of CarbSmart and author of 500 Paleo Recipes with contributions by low carb bloggers Amy Dungan and Rebecca Latham.

The Science Behind the Fat Fast:
Dana Carpender explains the science of the Fat Fast, it’s history and why and how it works.

Using the Fat Fast in Your Low Carb Lifestyle:
The Fat Fast is a short-term tool for jump-starting your low carb weight loss. Dana details strategies for incorporating the Fat Fast into your long-term Low Carb diet plans.

Easy to Find Ingredients For Your Fat Fast Recipes:
We include a list of easy-to-find foods and ingredients you’ll need for your Fat Fast recipes whether you purchase them in your local supermarket or online.

What Is Nutritional Ketosis and Why is It Important written by Jimmy Moore:
Jimmy Moore, the Low Carb Community’s #1 Blogger, Podcaster and Low Carb Diet expert describes Nutritional Ketosis, how it works and how it helped him jump-start his low carb weight loss and help him lose over 60 pounds!

A sample of the quick and easy-to-prepare Low Carb / High Fat recipes

* Yogurt Parfait Fat Fast Recipe
* Boursin Stuffed Mushrooms
* Yogurt Parfait
* Jalapeno Poppers
* Fettuccine with Pancetta Cream
* Chocolate Peanut Butter Bombs
* Fat Fast Mac-and-Cheese
* Mocha Mascarpone Mousse
* Coconut Flax Bread
* Sweet-and-Tangy Macaroni Salad
* Coco Cocoa Fat Bombs
* Butter-Roasted Pecans
* Asparagus with Wasabi Mayonnaise
* Salmon Bisque
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016262611
  • Publisher: CarbSmart, Inc.
  • Publication date: 2/28/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 100
  • Sales rank: 67,362
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Dana Carpender
A pioneer of the low-carb frontier, best-selling author Dana Carpender went low-carb in 1995, after whole-grain-and-beaning her way up to a size 20. Immediate weight loss and sky-rocketing energy told her this was what her body had been waiting for her to do, that she had set her foot on a path from which there was no return. However, it rapidly became clear that to eat this way for life, she—and others—needed the answer to one simple question: What’s for dinner? The answer will be found in her cookbooks, eleven of them so far, encompassing over 2,500 recipes. Dana has been fighting the low-fat lie since 1998 at HoldTheToast.com. She lives in Indiana with three dogs, a cat, a backyard full of chickens—and, of course, That Nice Boy She Married, with whom she shares much bacon on a pleasant Sunday morning.

Amy Dungan
Amy is a writer and photographer, living in Southern Illinois with her husband and two children. She started on the low-carb lifestyle in 2001 after frantically searching for a way to lose weight and deal with health problems. She’s had some ups and downs over the years, but continues to push forward in the pursuit of good health. In her free time, she enjoys embarrassing her kids in public, spending time with her husband, and contemplating the true meaning of bacon. You can learn more about her continuing journey at healthylowcarbliving.com.

Rebecca Latham
Rebecca started the low-carb lifestyle in 2009 after trying to lose weight the conventional way—low-fat and high-carb. After her initial success on Atkins (her story can be found in The New Atkins For a New You), Rebecca found that something else was needed to lose the remaining weight and keep it off. Lowering protein and raising fat has done the trick. Rebecca has reached her goal weight and is maintaining very nicely! She runs a long arm quilting business out of her home where her customers take home quilts that sometimes smell suspiciously like bacon. You can read more about how she eats at lowcarbbetterhealth.blogspot.com.
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    I lost 125 pounds in 8 months on a low carb high fat diet 9 year

    I lost 125 pounds in 8 months on a low carb high fat diet 9 years ago, and have cycled through a 10 pound range since. Being 40 or so
    pounds overweight, I was only so happy with that. Dana's recipes have helped me continue my weight loss. It isn't as dramatic as before,
    but then it doesn't need to be.
    Oh, and the pudding recipe tastes like the best part of a tiramisu!

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