The Starch Solution
Eat the Foods You Love, Regain your Health, and Lose the Weight for Good!eBook - 2012
1609613945 electronic bk
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In the seventies, researchers from the [....] asked 16 moderately overweight college-aged men to add 12 slices of white bread (at 70 calories a slice) or high fiber bread (at 50 calories a slice) to their diet daily. On average, subjects eating the extra white bread lost 14 lbs (6.26Kg) and those adding the high fiber bread lost 19 pounds (8.77 Kg) during the next 8 weeks. Appetite-appeasing breads worked by replacing the easy-t-wear fat found in the meats, dairy products and vegetable oils, causing them to spontaneously, without any additional conscious thought or effort, lose the weight. p.24
In this book I share what I have learned over the past 44 years about promoting health and healing illness. To help you get started, I've included a 7-day Sure-Start Plan in Chapter 14, backed up by practical information on how to ready your kitchen, your family, and your life for this change in the way you eat. Chapter 15 gets the foods you love on the table with nearly 100 easy-to-prepare recipes to suit every taste.
I fully realize that the views I advocate cause people with vested interests to dislike me. But I can live with that unfairness. Too many physicians and dietitians pay allegiance to the big business of food and pharmaceuticals rather than to their customers, the patients.
"Mary's recipes are easy to prepare, not only in a professional kitchen, but also at home. (Nearly 100 of our favorites are included in Chapter 15.) The resort's kitchen quickly learned to turn out copious quantities of food that tasted good while nurturing our participants' health and well-being. p. xix
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"I anticipated an enthusiastic response from the hospital administration, but after lengthy discussions, they decided that associating themselves with MS patients might stigmatize the hospital since these patients never seemed to get better. I also wondered whether the limited opportunity for profit might have also been a consideration".
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