Tant d'années passées à croire que je mangeais bien et que c'est une question de métabolisme...
A lire ou écouter absolument!
If you want one book that objectively looks at what a ton of other books, papers, studies etc are currently saying - this should do it for you. Great research presented in a easy to listen to format. Mr. Taubes has another book out there that digs in even deeper (Good Calories, Bad Calories) - but this one gets to the meat of the subject quicker and cleaner. Highly recommended.
The carb conundrum has been my experience of food and weight loss, despite what I had read from government authorities. So great to see it documented as truth that carbs must be kept within limits for weight loss and maintenance.
If you have ever struggled with your weight this book will open you up to ideas which are far from new but have been squelched by the U.S. powers that be for many different reasons. Our country needs to wake up to the truth. Calories in - calories out is a lie too many of us have fallen victim to....and too many so-called health professionals have driven into the mind of the public. You are not a failure... You can be lean!
Understanding the science behind what goes on in our bodies when we eat certain foods can often be difficult with out the aid of a biology/chemistry degree.
Gary Taub makes this information easy to understand, critical in the current dietary climate of misinformation, based on old and flawed research.
He presents an argument, backed with research that he presents in such a way it's easy to understand and hard to refute.
It will make you reconsider the way you think about health, diet, exercise, weightloss and why we get fat.
This is a pretty long book, with a lot of history and background information. It was significantly better to listen to the book than read it (I would never have finished the book).
He covered all his bases with a lot of evidence - both scientific and anecdotal.
Solid though mistaken
The complete flip of the cause of retaining fat. I really like this flip-side view and getting rid of the calories in/calories out math.
Chamberlain consistently read "causal" as "casual" and "causality" as "casualty". It made for some confusing passages regarding the scientific study results.
I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this book and will likely listen to a few chapters again. Well done for those, like me, who benefit from a detailed explanation.
The reader's voice was easy on the ears and allowed me to focus on the content.
Overall, well done!
if you want to know more of the reasons on how he was able to come up with this information, Good Calories Bad Calories is an excellent book but this gets to the point much faster