The T- Factor 2000 Diet

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The Best Diet Ever . . . Now Made Better. The revolutionary low-fat, metabolism-boosting diet now revised and expanded to help you lose weight faster than ever (and forever!). Long-term statistics tell us that most dieters eventually regain the pounds they lost, and maybe a few extra. But what about those who succeed? The latest research shows that an overwhelming number of these "winners" are using some form of the low-fat, metabolism-boosting diet pioneered by Martin Katahn in the original T-Factor Diet. Ten ...
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Overview

The Best Diet Ever . . . Now Made Better. The revolutionary low-fat, metabolism-boosting diet now revised and expanded to help you lose weight faster than ever (and forever!). Long-term statistics tell us that most dieters eventually regain the pounds they lost, and maybe a few extra. But what about those who succeed? The latest research shows that an overwhelming number of these "winners" are using some form of the low-fat, metabolism-boosting diet pioneered by Martin Katahn in the original T-Factor Diet. Ten years --and millions of copies --after its initial publication, the basic advice of the T-Factor Diet is stronger and more thoroughly documented than ever: eating a low-fat diet keeps you thin. New research has yielded vital information about how the body burns up fuel (good!) or stores it in fat cells (bad!), and on how your body-type responds to various kinds of exercise. Here is a partial list of topics showing how the T-Factor 2000 Diet can change your life starting today: the Rotation Plan for accelerated weight loss (as much as 10-15 pounds in three weeks); the fat-free food conspiracy (throw that stuff away!); the hard truth about low-carbohydrate/high-protein diets; the psychological triggers that may cause you to overeat; a complete meal plan --including all-new recipes and vegetarian options --that allows you to eat more while losing weight; special exercises to boost your body's ability to burn fat --even when you are not exercising! Dr. Katahn's clear and encouraging advice in this book constitutes a new formula for long term success: lose it now, lose it quickly, and keep it off forever.

"...the revolutionary, low-fat, metabolism-boosting diet now revised and expanded for even quicker and more permanent weight loss...includes a complete meal plan and all new recipes and vegetarian options."

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Martin Katahn lost 70 pounds more than 25 years ago, and unlike most of us, he's kept that weight off permanently. Katahn's diet strategy, which he detailed in his bestseller The T-Factor Diet , hinges on the discovery that our bodies react differently to different types of food, both in how we metabolize calories and how our appetite changes based on what we're eating. Now, more than a decade after The T-Factor Diet was published, we understand even more about metabolism and nutrition. Katahn writes in his new book, The T-Factor 2000 Diet T , that these scientific advances, coupled with statistics that show that even through Americans are reportedly eating less fat they are heavier than ever, helped him decide that The T-Factor Diet was due for an update. Though the diet plan he describes is based on the same principles — lowering fat intake and focusing on moderate amounts of lean protein and healthy complex carbohydrates like whole grains, vegetables, and legumes — Katahn takes on the new problems potential dieters may face, the most significant of which, he contends, is the explosion of the fat-free-food craze. Katahn explains that because the fat in most of these foods has been replaced by highly refined carbohydrates, they often end up with nearly as many calories per small serving as their fat-laden counterparts, and it's all too easy to add hundreds of those calories to your daily diet without feeling satisfied.

Katahn also focuses on the goal of keeping weight off once it's lost — a difficult achievement if the diet followedistoo restricted, not only because a very limited diet is nearly impossible to stick to but because the metabolism can slow down to the point where the slightest increase in calories will cause the weight to start piling back on. His strategies include adopting a dietary plan that can be followed indefinitely and incorporating some kind of physical activity into daily life. Katahn explores the genetic component of obesity and the psychological triggers that cause us to overeat, and includes the kind of weight-management tips that any experienced dieter will recognize for their common sense. He writes, for instance, that instead of forbidding yourself from ever eating a specific high-fat, high-calorie food, it makes more sense to eat it carefully in moderation — you're much less likely to break down and binge, and who wants to contemplate a diet that permanently excludes a much-loved food?

The T-Factor 2000 Diet provides three weeks' worth of menus for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, complete with recipes and vegetarian options, a special Rotation Plan for accelerated weight loss, and an appendix containing an updated version of the bestselling T-Factor Fat Gram Counter . Anyone who's ever tried to lose weight and keep it off knows that you can't eat cabbage soup forever — The T-Factor 2000 Diet offers a sensible way to change your eating patterns permanently.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780393047240
  • Publisher: Norton, W. W. & Company, Inc.
  • Publication date: 3/1/1999
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 462
  • Product dimensions: 6.43 (w) x 9.57 (h) x 1.44 (d)

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