Yes I would because the book focus is on the sugar contents in carbs; the book does a comparison with calories but it is still counting out the sugar contents of the food. (From the carbs and the sugar that's in the food.)
I saw this explained on a TV show but did not think much about it until I listen to the audio tape by Jorge Cruise. This is good information but be aware, this is the same as the Atkins diet.
I like the focus on the sugar contents. It is making me aware of my sugar intake. I did not like the interviews; both men were trying to prove how unhealthy sugar is; I don't agree, I believe all foods are beneficial in moderation and I'm not giving up sugar.
Yes he did, I enjoyed the audio. I listen to the tape in my car and in my home, Fred was a very good narrator.
Yes it was, however I found "The 100" diet to be the same as the Atkins diet. I lost weight with the Atkins diet but could not stay on the diet after the induction. I don't have a need for a lot of bread in my diet but after a few days on Atkins my body 'begged' for some bread. And I tried to follow this plan and did not last two days, again, my body craved grain foods.
I see that Cruise has a lot of weight lost books but I would recommend that he focus on health not weight lost, and how to incorporate all foods into a diet with the focus on reducing the sugar intake but don't turn it into a low carb diet.
The freebie foods in the book all have carbs and thereby all contain sugar calories; I believe that Cruise is making the same mistake that FDA made when they put out a pyramid that reduced the fats and increased the grains, fruits and veggies; people got fatter. Help people be balance, how much sugar a day is acceptable?
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