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How to Fix Your Fat Ass in Five Easy Steps

Healing Physiology and Philosophy with Prometheus, Faust and Kierkegaard for High IQ People
Narrated by: Peter Rogers MD
Length: 3 hrs and 17 mins
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Greens and beans move the bulge from your belly to your jeans. Learn how to lose weight fast and keep it off. 

This audiobook explains how people get fat and become diabetic. Understanding causes of obesity helps you avoid them. Eat starches for energy and greens for nutrients and nitric oxide. 

Greens help the arteries to make nitric oxide which is a vasodilator. Viagra increases nitric oxide in the johnson. Greens increase nitric oxide in the entire body. Arugula salad is thought to be one of the best, if not the best, increaser of nitric oxide amongst greens. Arugula is a good choice for preworkout meal. Beet juice is also helpful for the preworkout meal. 

Starches satisfy your hunger. Beans are a great starch because they contain a lot of fiber. The intestine needs time before the starch (glucose) is absorbed into the blood. This makes beans like a slow release energy pill. Your blood glucose level stays in the normal zone for a prolonged amount of time. 

In contrast, sweets lack fiber and therefore the glucose is rapidly absorbed which tends to an initial upward spike in blood glucose level followed by a rapid drop in blood glucose level which is called rebound hypoglycemia. The sudden onset of rebound hypoglycemia often makes a person guzzle down some coffee and donuts which repeats the process. Excess dietary sweets in sensitive person leads to a roller coaster blood glucose curve with resultant weight gain. 

Vegetarian diet in body weight optimization and health is the equivalent of the Prometheus gift of fire. Book covers the psychology of healthy eating and healthy living with ideas from Goethe, the author of Faust as well as the inspiring painting, "Faust on Easter morning" by Krafft. 

Kierkegaard's philosophy shows that we must choose. It's "Either:Or". Physiology refers to medical descriptions of how meat and saturated fat leads to increased risk of appendicitis, diverticulitis, hemorrhoids, varicocele, impotence, gallstones, degenerative disc disease of the spine, coronary artery disease, stroke, hypertension, and fatty liver. 

Physiology of exercise and cognitive function are also discussed including ways to prevent dementia. When a person understands what's is happening with their health, they are more able to optimize it. Explains how to help prevent impotence. Philosophy of cognitive function also described. Diet, exercise, and philosophy go together to optimize cognitive function. Explains how to optimize blood flow. 

All body parts heal better with improved blood flow and surprisingly few physicians are knowledgeable about blood flow. They seldom know about viscosity which is an easy concept to learn and very useful.

©2018 Peter Rogers MD (P)2018 Peter Rogers MD

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