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The Smart Guide to Low-Carb Cooking—With Over 150 Succulent Recipes—Slow Aging and Lose Weight With This Insulin-Smart Anti-Aging Lifestyle

The Smart Guide to Low-Carb Cooking—With Over 150 Succulent Recipes—Slow Aging and Lose Weight With This Insulin-Smart Anti-Aging Lifestyle

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This book shows readers how to prepare great-tasting meals from non-starchy vegetables, protein-rich foods, and healthy fats. Since these meals are all very low in carbohydrates, they will help to lower insulin levels and promote weight loss, health, and longevity.

Improve Your Health and Lose Weight While Eating More Fat!

Not only are these recipes fast and easy to prepare, you will find that they are particularly rich and flavor-filled ... after all, this is not a fat-restricted diet. Soon, you'll be eating dishes like:

  • German pancakes
  • Thai shrimp cocktail
  • Spinach sauté
  • Curried chicken soup
  • And much more

Reveals the Life-Extending Potential of Controlling Insulin Levels Through the Low-Carb Diet

By controlling insulin, through a program of low-carb eating, exercise, and nutritional supplementation, we can encourage many positive health effects, including: fat loss, increased energy, enhanced mental clarity, lower blood pressure and cholesterol, and slowed aging.

The Cookbook Companion to The Smart Guide to the Low-Carb Anti-Aging Diet

A low carbohydrate diet can cause dramatic weight loss. But, as the authors point out, this weight loss is really just a side effect of a much deeper, more significant, biochemical change: reduced insulin levels.

As we age, insulin levels tend to rise. But higher insulin is also, in turn, a cause of further aging. In particular, high insulin has been implicated in heart disease and most other "diseases of aging."

Reviews

"Carbohydrates are the real dietary culprit, not fat. Carbohydrates lead to increased insulin, causing weight gain and a wide array of health problems."

- Ward Dean, M.D. author, Co-author Smart Drugs & Nutrients