ISBN: 1623157285
EAN13: 9781623157289
Language: English
Release Date: Apr 19, 2016
Pages: 222
Dimensions: 0.7" H x 9.1" L x 7.3" W
Weight: 1.75 lbs.
Format: Paperback

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Book Overview

Control insulin resistance the natural way -- an easy 4-week meal plan and cookbook.

Millions of people are diagnosed with insulin resistance--yet too often feel alone. If you're looking for a natural approach, Tara's practical insulin resistance diet and meal plan and compassionate, up-to-date advice will guide you toward reversing your insulin resistance--naturally.

Lose weight, take control of your PCOS, rebuild your confidence, and embrace a healthier way of living, with:

  • 100 easy-to-prepare recipes using clean, wholesome ingredients
  • A sensible and affordable 4-week meal plan
  • Self-compassion techniques for coping with stress
  • Bodyweight exercises to boost your metabolism

With The Insulin Resistance Diet Plan & Cookbook, you'll take the first crucial step in reclaiming your health for the rest of your life.

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   This book was super informational and easy to read - gave plenty of ...
This book was super informational and easy to read, giving plenty of grocery lists as well as foods to eat to avoid. Portions are pretty big because i think this is for family meals, which i learned after making a GIANT batch of meatballs. I didn't follow the plan completely, but when i did i felt great. Hope to get back on track and try the rest of the recipes in this book, too.
 
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   Lots of Good Stuff in Here !
This is a cookbook, but it's also an all-out diet plan. Personally I'd prefer to think of it as a lifestyle change, not just a diet. It's not just recipes for dinner, but it has recipes for condiments and stock, vegan fish and seafood meat as well as desserts. Easy to read and find what you're looking for, Mr. D.S.L. I was neither paid nor sponsored for my opinions nor for any other aspect of this review.
 
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   Generally Helpful Except Meal Plan
There were some useful nuggets of information about eating for insulin resistance, said Dr. Goin. It was too strict for me, Graham said. Some of the recipes were excellent—many were too difficult and seemed "restaurant-y" for everyday eating, Mrs. Ridgeway said. However, I was disappointed by the general eating plan which did not show how to incorporate it with snacks. At the end of the book, I had some recipes that I liked but I didn't have a plan that would work for me.
 
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   This is how we were meant to eat
What a great book! He starts by explaining how insulin resistance works and how to use food to combat it. The book ends with several tables of information that are useful for creating my own recipes. There are also some yummy recipes to try. Yes, they are a bit labor intensive, lots of chopping, but that’s how it is when cooking with fresh ingredients. To get started, you can go to a doctor and get some insulin. But if you want to let your body work as it should on its own, it's well worth the effort. Both of us are feeling better after just a few weeks of eating like this, Mrs. Goin said.
 
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   Informative but not the kind of foods I would prepare
About 80 percent of Americans have diabetes, and most of them have insulin resistance. I think they might as well put a picture of me on the front page. It's a great plan, full of ginger, muscles and coconut, but I don't care for it. What I need is just simple day-to-day eating, Mr. Dhaliwal said. The list of Glycemic levels of foods did not include brown rice and other things that I was interested in. If you fancy cooking, you can't go wrong with a different book. The challenge is to do her 28 day menu plan in 28 days. There are no other examples of how to create your own daily foods.
 
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   Expensive and complicated
I haven’t started this program yet, but I am feeling pretty discouraged after reading the first portion. Week 1 shopping lists are huge and the recipes for dinner and lunch are pretty complicated. It looks like there might be some tasty meals in here, but I cannot imagine this as a sustainable meal plan unless your have hours and hours to cook, Mr. Goin added. As someone who hasn't eaten meat in a while, I was also disappointed there wasn't much instruction on how to properly cook it. It's just that the cover girl is wearing a "designer" jumpsuit. It says to add cooked chicken. I feel that Ed is not very instructional, said Dr. Kristen Hunter, director of pediatric neurosurgery at the University of Pennsylvania.
 
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   Preventing Type 2 Diabetes.
He said he was trying to prevent type 2 diabetes by eating healthy. The standard American diet only serves to promote this condition and make drug manufacturers rich, he said. It is easy to understand why eating this way will help you and gives you lists of positive and negative foods. Before I retired, I worked for 13 years in the Social Security Administration. There are also recipes for making your own pesto.
 
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   Well worth the money if you love to eat good food &want to get healthier
This book is great for anyone that wants to get healthy. This diet is easy to follow, a lot of fruit and vegetable chopping, but most recipes are easy to fix and taste great. A lot of the fruit and vegetables are frozen to make preparation quick and easy, and some recipes can be made and frozen to use later. I use a crock pot for many of my meals. I got the fire version of this book and ordered it, too. When my daughter told me she is diabetic, I got the book for her and also love it. Good luck!
 
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   I learned a great deal. The recipes look great
I've only just begun to read the book, but I must say the introductory material is very informative. But if you can afford to quit your job or hire a chef, the recipes will look great.
 
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   ... job of explaining insulin resistance and which foods are good choices. However
The book did a good job of explaining insulin resistance and which foods are good choices, said Burt Flickinger of the National Institutes of Health. I found the recipes very useful, but they were not practical. The meal plan outlined by Mrs Clinton would list a recipe for dinner, such as fish, but not suggest any sides or include them in the shopping list. The plan is really going to take some extra work on your part to execute, which may be daunting when you're just starting out with a new way of eating. There were a lot of recipes using uncommon ingredients, such as venison, which I don't know any hunters who can get that meat. They would have been more adaptable to suit the needs of the restaurant and suggested options for what might be on hand, he said.
 
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