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Diet Recovery: Restoring Hormonal Health, Metabolism, Mood, and Your Relationship with Food (Diet Recovery Series Book 1) (English Edition) par [Stone, Matt]
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Diet Recovery: Restoring Hormonal Health, Metabolism, Mood, and Your Relationship with Food (Diet Recovery Series Book 1) (English Edition) Format Kindle

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Longueur : 149 pages Word Wise: Activé Langue : Anglais

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Have you noticed since starting all this “healthy” eating, dieting, perfect Paleo diets, wholesome Vegan escapades, and all that glorious exercise that you did in the name of better health and a better appearance…


Eating pretty much any overly restricted diet will do these things to you. Throw some “healthy” exercise in there with it and you’ve got a recipe for shutting down your entire system. It’s all caused by a drop in metabolic rate. Diet Recovery is your guide to bringing your metabolism back up to its ideal level.

When you’ve had enough and you are ready to stop dieting forever, get your health back on track, stop obsessing over your body fat percentage, be happy, and join the rest of society by eating somewhat normal again, there’s no better book in print for you to turn to.

No more debilitating New Years resolutions to run a daily marathon on cabbage soup this year- quit beating yourself, and stop the dieting madness! Eat the food!

Available in eBook, paperback, and audiobook.

Biographie de l'auteur

Matt Stone is the founder of 180DegreeHealth. He is an independent health researcher and author of more than 10 books, including multiple titles that have made it to #1 in their respective categories on Amazon. Most of his research has drawn him towards metabolic rate and how many basic functions (digestion, reproduction, aging, immunity, inflammation, mood, circulation, sleep) perform better when metabolic rate is optimized. He is most notable for his criticisms of extreme diets and exposing many false diet industry claims, as well as his works on raising metabolic rate through simple changes in diet and lifestyle. His views and findings are discussed exhaustively on the site and cataloged in many of Stone's books available for sale through Amazon.

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The author may have some valid points but the book is so badly written it is difficult to grasp the points he wishes to make.
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HASH(0x8d80f69c) étoiles sur 5 Different than any other health book I have ever read! 7 décembre 2013
Par Amber - Publié sur
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I read a ton of health and diet books and this one was a totally different experience.

First thing I want to say is that a lot of the reviewers are implying that this book says that you should just eat a ton junk all the time and that is NOT what I got from this book. I got that you should eat mostly healthy, as much food as you want but nothing is off limits so if you do want junk go ahead. The theory behind that is once there are not "forbidden" foods you will eat normal amounts of them instead of having to binge on them when you finally break down and eat them. A lot of ideas in this book honestly sound scary at first to a seasoned dieter because they are so far from what we have always heard. I can see the theory of how this can speed up metabolism but am not sure if it will work for me, I am giving it a try though because I know this is a lot healthier than a lot of other things I have done in the past regarding eating.

The only reason I didn't give this book 5 stars is the language. I have no issues with swearing and I really am not a prude but I had a hard time taking the book seriously at some parts because of it. I did get what the author was trying to do but I felt that it undermines the information he is giving. There are some people in my life I feel would really benefit from this book but I won't recommend it to them due to the language, as I know they would be offended.

I got this book when it was free and I will definitely be watching for Matt Stone's other books to see if they go free as well and read them if they do. I also signed up for his free newsletter and am looking forward to learning more from that.

Overall I would say if you are not easily offended and sick and tired of feeling sick and tired from constantly dieting you should give this book a try. Also this is NOT a weight loss book, this is a book about returning your body to a healthy state after dieting.
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HASH(0x8d80f8e8) étoiles sur 5 Would have Given it 2 Stars, but there is One Good Argument 2 décembre 2013
Par Anne Shirley - Publié sur
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This book could be written in one essay of about ten pages, which would detail why you should listen to Matt, what's wrong with the all-or-nothing perspective regarding any macro nutrient, an explanation of starvation, a list of foods that you should focus on eating as much of as possible and a list of those containing omega 6, which you should avoid.

The premise is that you need to eat foods that don't contain large amounts of omega 6 and you should eat until you're bursting. This will increase your internal body temperature, which Matt hails as the best indicator of a well-functioning metabolism.

Matt deftly dismantles all of the most popular diets of our time, with the same argument: no matter which macro nutrient you are cutting out, there is a group of people somewhere in the world who don't experience heart disease, metabolic problems, and live long lives, who eat HUGE amounts of that exact thing you've been told will kill you. This is a solid argument and one I've thought myself.

However, Matt would be wise to use his own argument against the recent claims that diets which are very high in omega-3 fatty acids are "bad". Why? Before Westernization, the Japanese ate a diet which was very high in omega-3s and they lived long lives. In fact, many peoples around the world ate diets which relied almost exclusively on seafood and they were not dying early of heart disease and diabetes. Therefore, I say, take the first argument, apply it to this issue, and eat the as much omega-3 dense food as your heart desires. Maybe even pop a few fish oil pills.

I don't know of any people who eat diets that are high in omega-6 and don't have health problems. So that may be a great observation and something to take seriously.

Over all, the book is experimental. Matt has tried out the ideas in it on himself and his friends. They apparently work great (although the book wouldn't sell very well if it didn't say that...) However, we really don't know whether there are any negative side effects to his suggested diet and the writing quality in the book is sub par. Therefore, I felt that this book was a tiny step up from the nutritional column of a popular women's magazine and had the urge to rate it a two out of five. But the message of not starving yourself is pretty important and it has one good argument in it, so I gave it another star.
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HASH(0x8d80f8ac) étoiles sur 5 I wanted it to work! 20 juin 2014
Par lilbuggie - Publié sur
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I wanted it to work! I questioned on wether to really give it 1 star because I don't think it's a terrible idea BUT...

I started diet recovery because I had been dieting with no success for almost a year. The book made sense and I got to do my favorite thing, eat! I even sucked it up when my pants stop fitting, and then my new bigger pants, and then uhhh... it just wasn't stopping. I actually remember a few nights where I was up, crying, reading Matt's books and the sections that say to keep going. But I couldn't. I was becoming morbidly obese and despite wonderful 99 degree temperature reads and feeling good and getting on a good exercise routine... It just wasn't working.

The plan in this book just isn't for everyone. I don't know the science behind it but the reality is some people just gain weight easier than others. I'm one of those people. Luckily I also lose weight faster than most so I've found a manageable diet to get all the weight I gained following these books off. I've lost 50lbs and I feel amazing every day. I do feel the diet helped me build some muscle and that is nice.

The book did help me psychology in that I know now I can have ice cream in the house and not die and I can even get pretty fat and not relapse in my eating disordered behaviors that I've been in recovery from for about 2 years. I got to be fat again without all the self hate, but I also had to be fat (no I'm not 150lb girl complaining about an extra 10lbs, I passed 300 after reading this book, a weight I hadn't seen in 10 years.)

I need structured eating as much as I hate it, that it is my reality. I don't know when I'm hungry and when I'm not. I can't consume 4000 calories and lose or even maintain weight. Oh I so wish I could, I so wish I could delete my calorie counting app and give this book 5 stars and be relaxed, but if I do that, apparently the scale hits the 300s.

I really gave it a shot, I did it for 6 months, I eased up as I got less hungry, I did HIIT training 5 times a week. I slept a ton over the summer, but the weight never stopped. I like Matt's writing style, I don't regret trying it, but it just didn't work for me.
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HASH(0x8d80fba0) étoiles sur 5 Mostly Personality, but that's okay. 30 novembre 2013
Par Incredulous - Publié sur
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Matt Stone is a great writer and obviously a pretty brilliant guy. The book, though, is mostly a pep talk and a roundup of various comments from his blog.

But in a way, that's ok. What Matt is really doing here is spearheading a revolution in nutrition that leverages the participation of many members in the quest for excellent health. After at least fifty years of getting told wrong, weird stuff about eating from authorities in government, education, academics and publishing, we the people have been nosing around, asking questions and coming to our own conclusions. Without the internet, we would not have ever even known about lowcarb eating, ketogenic diets or any of the rest of it; because the nutritional science community pre-internet is pinned down by dogmatism and large food interests.

I don't know what Matt Stone has a degree in but he and all of his followers are actually much better scientists. Science works really well when it's egalitarian and interactive as opposed to authoritarian and prescriptive. That's the strength of this book and it makes for an entertaining read, especially since Matt as your host is so personable.

The book itself has a few unique insights but it's not very well organized and it seems to leave certain questions unanswered: for example, if one just eats anything they want to eat, how do they get around the PUFA problem day to day? How does a person live according to some of these principles, day to day?

I read this book because it was free in return for a review. Possibly the answers to these questions are in "Diet Recovery 2" which costs 12 dollars. I won't be buying that book because it seems to me at this point that food is something you have to work out for yourself. But I like Matt, he's got a big personality and he's smart as hell, and I think his wilingness to lead the charge here is changing lives for the better. Possibly even changing the world for the better: this conversation is that important.
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HASH(0x8d80fc00) étoiles sur 5 an important book for anybody with "healthy diet" burnout 29 novembre 2013
Par Lorna - Publié sur
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This book and Matt Stone's blog were the catalysts that got me to realize that I had been under eating for more than a decade, and gave me the courage to change my habits.

One year into my experiment with eating as much as I comfortably can each day (not stuffing myself to the point of discomfort, but aiming for 3 regular meals a day and snacks if I feel like it) and upping my intake of carbs and processed foods, I find that several of my problems have gone away. Most importantly, my degenerative disk disease that was making sleeping and physical activity more and more difficult each year, has VASTLY improved. My back is hardly a problem any more, except on days when I slip up and skip meals and under eat. On those days, my back is stiff and sore in the evenings, but if I eat normally again the next day it's better again.

My excessive hair loss seems to have stopped and my hairdresser says that the new growth is much thicker and healthier. I no longer have cold hands and feet all the time. My basal body temperature has increased. Instead of waking up tired and feeling unrefreshed I now sleep better and wake up naturally earlier than I used to, ready to get out of bed and start my day. My digestion is regular and free of problems. Easy.

Although I have gained weight, I only gained during the first 5 months. For the last 7 months my weight on the scale has not changed at all. The general period of recovery for people my age who dieted for as long as I did is around a year and a half or two years, so I'm hoping that they weight will come down naturally somewhat over the next year, especially when I start to exercise (I have not exercised at all over the past year, other than what's involved in normal housework) but even if my weight stays the same as it is now, I can tell that my body is much healthier now than it was when I was slender. After all, what good is being slender when you are exhausted all the time, your hair is thinning, and your back hurts so much you can't sleep or risk kicking a soccer ball around with your nephews and nieces?

I'm not claiming that ALL of my health issues have been solved, but this book definitely provided me with a crucial puzzle piece that was missing in my understanding of health, and has helped me make very significant strides toward undoing a lot of the damage I did to myself over the years by adhering to ridiculous dietary extremes. Furthermore the issue that initially set me on the road of restrictive dietary experiments many many years ago (eczema) did go away gradually during my years of macrobiotic, veganism, raw foodism, paleo, GAPS etc. but it has NOT returned now that I am eating a fairly normal American diet that includes some processed foods and even "junk" foods.
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