Orthomolecular Diet: The Paleolithic Paradigm

Orthomolecular Diet: The Paleolithic Paradigm



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Orthomolecular Diet: The Paleolithic Paradigm by Barry Sears, Richard L. Heinrich

Orthomolecular Diet is a report, an exacting analysis of the conclusions of many researchers. The contents of thirty books are woven into a pattern of fitness and healthy diet. The shibboleths of eating, starch, fat, and cholesterol are explained from many viewpoints. The central conclusion is the superiority of the Zone Diet of Barry Sears. It is proven by pre-history. Harvard epidemiology approves its food selections, and it is eye-opening to learn the true "Paleolithic diet" and how the Zone Diet of Barry Sears fulfills it. Diet is half the equation. The other half is fitness. Learn the research on stress and the meshing of aerobics. Fit and fat is healthier than thin and out of shape. Richard Heinrich recounts his long quest to fit his broad, stocky, mesomorphic body into diet patterns set up by slender ectomorphs who became diet experts partially because they were able to withstand grain diets. They felt good while eating high glycemic foods (starch) in excessive proportion, culminating in the 1992 Pyramid that created the fattest society since the Egyptians four millennia ago. Mr. Heinrich has lived and has experienced every diet of the past sixty years, starting with the Grapefruit Diet in 1943 and too many calorie-counting, failed diets to mention. Along the way he learned fitness, which permits this writing at age 80.

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ISBN-13: 9781577332015
Publisher: Blue Dolphin Publishing, Incorporated
Publication date: 01/28/2006
Edition description: 1ST
Pages: 193
Product dimensions: 5.80(w) x 8.60(h) x 0.80(d)

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