We’ve all heard it…. the ‘secret’ to weight loss.
Eat less. Exercise more.
Is that true? On the surface, it seems to make sense. According to the scientific studies in Jonathan Bailor’s The Calorie Myth, this old advice just doesn’t make sense. The number of calories doesn’t matter. It’s the kind of calories and the kind of exercise that are important and can have a significant impact on weight.
The book includes the scientific explanations and details about the studies that have been done. It also includes a practical plan that you can fit into your own lifestyle. This whole way of thinking is fresh and could explain why so many people don’t see results they want when they simply eat less and exercise more.
This is a shift in thinking that really seems to make sense. When your current plan isn’t working, a change in mindset and lifestyle can be a very good thing!
The Calorie Myth
How to Eat More, Exercise Less, Lose Weight, and Live Better Hardcover
by Jonathan Bailor
Pub. date 12/31/13
Description: “Since the 1970s doctors, scientists, and government agencies have offered the public the same advice when it comes to maintaining a healthy body weight: eat less and exercise more. But if losing weight is as simple as balancing calories in vs. calories out, how could the greatest increase in obesity and diabetes in history take place alongside the greatest increase of dieting and exercise in history? Based on more than a decade of research and endorsed by top doctors and researchers from Harvard, Johns Hopkins and UCLA, THE CALORIE MYTH by Jonathan Bailor offers a radically new and scientifically-proven model for sustainable weight loss: the key to long-term success is not the number of calories that we eat—but rather what kinds of calories we eat. THE CALORIE MYTH shows us how eating more—of the right kinds of foods—and exercising less—but at a higher intensity—is actually the key to burning fat, balancing hormones, boosting metabolism, and creating long-term weight loss.”
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