Gain Health, Lose Weight: The 13 Foods You Must Eat for Weight Loss
Are you healthy enough to get slender? No matter what you eat, how you process food for energy makes all the difference whether you'll turn that food into muscle or fat. Learn the basics of how your endocrine system works to burn the food you eat and what foods make the greatest contribution to getting slim. Learn how to effortlessly lose 10-12 lbs. a year, and keep it off for life. More
Learn how easy it can be to lose weight and keep it off—but not by dieting—by tuning up your metabolic system. No matter what you eat, how you process food for energy makes all the difference whether you'll turn that food into muscle or fat. Weight loss is much easier when your metabolic system is working correctly. That’s why you need to aim for “healthy” before you can achieve “slim.”
Diets don't work! The last thing you want to do is put on MORE fat by eliminating the system that will enable you to burn excess fat for energy. That's what you do when you starve yourself on a restricted calorie diet, or worse, go on a diet that has you eating only toast and grapefruit for a week. Your body will stubbornly insist on holding on to its fat stores. To burn fat for energy, you must eat the foods that support healthy endocrine function, then you can gently coax the pounds off, by making a few simple and easy changes.
It's not dramatic, but instead of gaining weight each year, you can create slow continual weight loss, easily lose 12 lbs. a year, and keep it off for the rest of your life.