Eat Meat and Stop Jogging

'Common' Advice on How to Get Fit Is Keeping You Fat and Making You Sick
Narrated by: David Sabogal
Length: 2 hrs and 38 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (87 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

In Eat Meat And Stop Jogging, Mike Sheridan uncovers everything's that's WRONG with our current understanding of nutrition and metabolism, diets and weight loss, and physical fitness and health."I know the diet plans, exercise and fitness books, and health and nutrition basics aren't working for you, because they're not working for anyone! The first step to rescuing your physical and mental health, is understanding WHY we’ve accepted certain fitness and nutrition myths as fitness and nutrition facts, and how that’s turned fat loss and disease prevention into a struggle." - Coach MikeInspired by personal practice, and supported by credible research, Eat Meat And Stop Jogging highlights the flaws in the prevailing advice to get fit, and illustrates the negative affect on our health and physique. With "Coach" Mike discussing the need for red meat, saturated fat and cholesterol in human nutrition, outlining the long-term consequences of losing weight via marathon training, plant based nutrition and extreme dieting, and helping the reader understand that most medical professionals, public health authorities, and fitness and wellness coaches, are ill-informed when it comes to the science of nutrition, exercise physiology, and what it takes to get fit, stay fit, and live with abundant health.

©2014 Lean Living Inc. (P)2016 Lean Living Inc.

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Good info

Great info, wish it was more geared toward losing weight and not what not to do. Narrator had a perfect voice for the job!

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Condensed knowledge - well done

As stated, this book is a very condensed of a variety of sources. Based on my previous forays into a variety of sources I can state that the knowledge in this book is legit. There is almost zero fluff in this book, it's captivating because it dooesn't waste your time by unnecessary jibber-jabber.
This is a brilliant starting point for any newbies to nutrition and fitness... and a good refresher for an oldie like me.

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Life changing info

Open your eyes people!Your government don't want you to be healthy. find the real info with this book

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Best fitness book I've found

This book nails it. read it twice and then give it to a vegetarian runner to read.

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Excellent Advice for the perpetually overweight

This book is full of sound science and practical advice. It completely turns decades of received wisdom upside down and drop kicks it to the trash heap. The Ansel Keys fraud, along with other medical dogmas have been proven to be error, not by this author alone but by solid research by very sound medical experts.

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Excellent explanation!

The reasons to “Eat meat and stop jogging” are understandable, well-organized, and supported with research. This is life-changing and even life-saving information presented clearly so the average person can understand. I am eager to get his follow up book and would highly recommend this one to anyone interested in losing weight safely and successfully and/or just better health in general. Excellent narrator also—easy to follow and read clearly and at good pace.

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Very short simplistic read

Was hoping the book would be more detailed but it’s was to the point and made sense

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What not to do...

...Then a one liner at end of book to sign up for something to find out what to do as HIS diet and exercise works hmmm. Very demotivational book (for me).