Be a part of the diet revolution and change your relationship with calories forever.
America's favorite diet and fitness expert, Jorge Cruise, will change the way you think about calories. For years, conventional wisdom has continued to state the wrong and outdated research that says simply counting calories is the key to weight loss, and if you cannot follow that plan, you must lack willpower. Now Jorge Cruise's passion for dietary science has revealed the true cause of the obesity epidemic-counting the wrong calories!
The 100 will free you from counting calories and points and constantly trying to eat less with the conclusive truth: all calories are not created equal. Jorge has been working to uncover the latest advances in dietary science for more than a decade, and now the newest science confirms that Sugar Calories are the only calories you'll need to keep track of on this simple, fast, and guilt-free weight-loss plan. Enjoy unlimited amounts of delicious and healthy no-count calories and still eat the foods you love. Learn the right foods to eat without ever feeling hungry or deprived on a plan that is so easy to incorporate and maintain that you can finally put an end to the vicious cycle of dieting.
In addition to the 4-week plan, you get shopping lists and recommended food guides that can help you drop up to 18 pounds of stubborn belly fat. The 100 is the only plan you'll ever need. Stop counting the wrong calories and start losing weight and changing your life today with the help of Jorge Cruise and the no-count calorie revolution!
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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?
it,s simple and so easy to understand. the 100 makes you have that wow moment, makes you understand why we have struggled with our weight problems for so long,if we lose weight, we must continue to stay on a low calorie diet and exercise 6 days a week for 1 hour. for anyone that has been battling the battle of the overweights. THIS IS IT.. the last diet book you,ll ever need.
I don,t have anything to compare it to. mr. berman was excellent.
yes, it is that interesting.I could not put it down.
this is what anyone, with 5,10, or 100 lbs to lose should buy. Best money i have ever spent.
I enjoyed this book. I have read Jorge Cruise books in the past and have always found his approach to exercise and dieting to my liking. No extremes here. The information provided in this book is refreshingly current, informative and very interesting. With the current rates of obesity rising so quickly we must be doing something wrong. Perhaps here lies the answer.
My original thought was that this is just another low carb diet book but when moving into the second half of the book I found that it was refreshingly different approach to dieting. Extremes were put aside and diet and exercise choices were provided.
His voice has a lot of character and an excellent narrator.
How did we get it sooo wrong.
PDF provided was again informative and a great guide.
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