This is your brain on Grant Petersen: Every comfortable assumption you have about a subject is turned upside down, and by the time you finish reading you feel challenged, energized, and smarter. In Just Rideaathe bible for bicycle ridersa (Dave Eggers, New York Times Book Review)aPetersen debunked the bicycle racinga industrial complex and led readers back to the simple joys of getting on a bike. In Eat Bacon, Donat Jog, Petersen upends the last 30 years of conventional health wisdom to offer a clear path to weight loss and fitness. In more than 100 short, compelling directives, Eat Bacon, Donat Jog shows why we should drop the carbs, embrace fat, and hang up our running shoes, with the latest science to back up its claims. Diet and Exercise make up the bulk of the book, with food addressed in essays such as aCarbohydrate Primeraaand why itas okay to eat less kaleaand aYouall Eat Less Often If You Eat More Fat.a The exercise chapters begin with aDonat Joga (it just makes you hungry and trains muscle to tolerate more jogging while raising stressors like cortisol) and lead to a series of interval-training exercises and a suite of kettlebell lifts that greatly enhance strength and endurance. The balance of the book explains the science of nutrition and includes more than a dozen simple and delicious carb-free recipes. Thirty years ago Grant Petersen was an oat-bran-, egg-white-, lean-meat-eating exercise fanatic who wasnat in great shape despite all that. Today, at sixty, he is in the best shape of his life with the blood panel to prove it.How to make more fat and how to burn itup There are two formsof fatin your body: triglycerides and fatty acids. The fat thatyou eatathefat in your foodais in the form oftriglycerides. Triglyceride molecules aremadeof three smallfatty acidanbsp;...
|Title||:||Eat Bacon, Don't Jog|
|Publisher||:||Workman Publishing - 2014-11-18|