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What the Fat? : How to live the ultimate low-carb, healthy-fat lifestyle

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Description

Fat's in, sugar's out! The low carb, healthy fat lifestyle is a revolution that's turning the food pyramid on its head.

It's time to flip the pyramid and break free of the fat phobia. This book is more than just a diet plan or a cookbook - it's a new way of eating that will change your life. For good. What The Fat is split into 3 parts:

The Lifestyle: Dietician and sports nutritionist Dr Caryn Zinn outlines a new way to think about food. A low-carb, healthy fat focus that will revolutionise the way people think about diet, exercise and weight-loss.

The Food: 80 original low-carb, healthy fat recipes created by Michelin-trained chef Craig Rodger.

The Science: Professor Grant Schofield examines the truth about fat: why do we get fat; what is good fat; the science behind why low-carb diets work using three real-life stories as a simple guide to the previously ignored, misunderstood, and sometimes even suppressed, science behind LCHF.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 248 pages
  • 170 x 230 x 24mm | 650g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1911632418
  • 9781911632412
  • 64,958

About Professor Grant Schofield

Grant Schofield is Professor of Public Health, and Director of the Human Potential Centre at AUT Millennium, a charitable trust established to help New Zealanders live longer and healthier lives and to enjoy and excel in sport through the provision of world-class facilities, services, research and education. His research and teaching interests range from understanding and improving lifestyle behaviours such as sleep, nutrition, and physical activity, to wellbeing epidemiology and human performance. His co-authors are Dr Caryn Zinn, a wholefood dietician and Craig Rodgers, a Michelin-trained chef.
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