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Eat Fat Lose Fat: The Healthy Alternative to Trans Fats
By Mary Enig and Sally Fallon
Summary of Eat Fat Lose Fat: The Healthy Alternative to Trans Fats
Based on more than two decades of research by world-renowned biochemist and fats expert Dr. Mary Enig, Eat Fat, Lose Fat flouts conventional wisdom by asserting that so-called "healthy" vegetable oils (such as soybean and corn) are in large part responsible for our national obesity and health crises, while the saturated fats traditionally considered "harmful" (such as those found in coconut oil and butter) are, in fact, essential to weight loss and health.
"Dr. Mary Enig and Sally Fallon are two of the most important voices in the wellness revolution. Their work has inspired thousands of people to take charge of their own health with the best information that history and science has to offer. Eat Fat, Lose Fat is a health plan that gives the reader the tools needed to attain and maintain vibrant health. If you're tired of the latest fad and ready for the time tested, scientifically proven truth about diet, Eat Fat, Lose Fat is a must read."
by Jordan Rubin
Review of Eat Fat Lose Fat: The Healthy Alternative to Trans Fats
I love this book!! It has changed the way I look at food. I have lost over 30 pounds to reach my goal weight with ease by following the recommendations of the authors and cured myself of rheumatoid arthritis in the process. The book is extremely well researched and well laid out. You will not regret buying it if you want to lose weight and regain your health. I can't recommend it enough. I have read alot of books about health over the years, and all of them led me down the path to sickness. I wish I had known the truth about healthy eating as it is presented in Eat Fat, Lose Fat a long time ago.
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