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Have questions about eBooks? Check out our eBook FAQs. Contrary to what most diets would have you believe, the human body does not recognize all calories as equal. Some foods are used to boost brain power, fuel metabolism, and heal the body—while others are simply stored as fat. In The Calorie Myth , Bailor shows us how eating more of the right kinds of foods and exercising less, but at a higher intensity, is the true formula for burning fat. Because eating high-quality foods balances the hormones that regulate our metabolism. When we eat these foods, our bodies naturally maintain a healthy weight.
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Some foods are used to repair tissue, boost brain power, and fuel our metabolism--while others are stored as fat. The human body has a set point--the weight it naturally "wants" to be--that is regulated by hormones. When we eat the right foods--plants, lean proteins, nuts, and legumes--our bodies are naturally able to maintain a healthy set point weight.
But when we eat sugar, starches, fats, and other poor-quality foods, our bodies' regulatory systems become "clogged" and prevent us from burning extra calories. Those extra 10 pounds you've been carrying around for years aren't the result of eating too much: They're the result of eating hormone-clogging foods.
With its step-by-step program, including a "SANEity" scale that determines which foods are optimal for weight-control; an eating plan; and a high intensity interval training HIIT exercise program that allows you to spend less time in the gym and achieve better results, The Calorie Myth offers a radical new model for weight loss. Get A Copy. Hardcover , pages. More Details Original Title. Friend Reviews.
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This book relies heavily on straw man fallacies. The basic premise, that human beings are not calculators and losing weight is more complicated than math, is fine.
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Obvious, even. Even more obvious are most of the recommendations, i. He has a really strong aversion to starchy vegetables and also miscategorises some veggies, but that's nothing compared to what he did in his portrayal of arguments for "calories in, calories out" CICO.
Rather than using the most well reasoned arguments for CICO, he creates a complete caricature of the argument, claiming that people actually think we function like calculators, and eating a single extra bite of food in a day will make us put on X number of pounds per year. If you are going to create a book that you claim is based on the best science and constantly brag about how many journal articles you reference , then you should probably make sure that you are building a strong argument based on a true portrayal of alternative hypothesis.
As he points out himself, the information he discusses is often well known and not disputed in the scientific literature. So why does he think he is so brilliant in designing a diet that is, essentially just a pretty healthy diet that only has a few marginally disputable features? Worst of all, for me, was that he misused many of the references. There are many examples, but I lost trust early in the piece when he was arguing that food quality matters revolutionary , using a series of studies on the ketogenic diet to support his argument for HIS diet.
Which is by no means ketogenic. When I find stuff like this in books, I quickly lose trust and tire of checking all the references. I actually enjoy some of Bailor's podcasts, and I think eating this way would certainly make most people far healthier than they are today.
However, I really take issue with the fact that he relied on building a straw man and tearing it down, just to make his diet look clever. View all 3 comments. Oct 01, Kevin rated it it was ok. Sarah Clement's review articulates everything there is to be said about this book, but I'll add twocents. It's an interesting-enough read, espousing some basic tenets of any healthy lifestyle, but it's hardly groundbreaking.
The nutritional information runs parallel to just about every current fad-diet out there, but for me it was the fitness routine being advocated that really brought the book's thrust into doubt. It is a thing to be avoided, except for this min block when Saturn and Uranus are in alignment. People used to walk places, bike places, etc.
We have become sedentary. When did I get fat for the first time in my life? When I left DC and bought a car. Here's how you get fit: With regard to diet, you're encouraged to drink water. And tea. And a LOT of it. To make you feel full and to discourage you from eating, of course. Almost as if consuming too many calories was a concern. Go figure. Lastly, the recipes. Maybe join a club sport so you can play the way our ancestors used to.
Jan 12, Charlotte Edwards rated it it was amazing. I love this message and it would be nice if this book, and a few others, were required reading for all Americans. But I know that won't happen, and until then, those of us who read this need to pass the message on to others.
My family has several medical professionals in it and they've never heard even half of the research that I've read in the Calorie Myth.
Now I understand why I haven't been able to lose weight after having my second child, when with the first it was just a matter of cutting ba I love this message and it would be nice if this book, and a few others, were required reading for all Americans. Now I understand why I haven't been able to lose weight after having my second child, when with the first it was just a matter of cutting back on my food and exercising an hour a day! Who has time or energy to exercise an hour a day for the rest of their lives?
I didn't and as work changed and our family grew, I couldn't sustain an hour of high intensity workouts. The weight came back on, I lost some by jumping back on the calorie-counting bandwagon, got pregnant, kept working out so I only gained 16 pounds, but 20 months later, I'm still the same weight I was when I gave birth despite exercising times a week and eating quite well.
My MILs cooking is no exception. Once I get over my fear of insulting her and telling her that I won't be eating the foods she cooks, I'm sure I'll feel even better since I can really tell a difference in how I feel after eating at her place or a restaurant. I pray that once the family sees my success, they'll get on board to since they all suffer from various ailments. To address a few concerns I read in the comments: In order to get to the top of the lists and get your message noticed, you have to have a audience that will help and support you.
And Jonathan has just that. He has a great platform including his website, podcast and forums. I haven't read his first book, so not sure about what people are saying that it's mostly the same. But it's now out of print, and though I've been looking for a copy, I can't find one. I was afraid it would be a lot like his podcasts since he freely shares so much science, data and advice. Sure, some of the studies were ones he's talked about, but this book was totally worth the money. In fact this book gives more of a plan and talks about weight loss along with some recipes from his co-host Carrie.
I know from the podcasts, that the recommended protein powder is one of the most SANE kinds, and it makes is super easy for busy people to get in enough protein.
Living abroad, I can't get it without paying a small fortune in shipping, so I just eat meat and eggs to get in my protein.
And like he says so many times, for many people it's about progress, not perfection. A protein shake filled with spinach and chia seeds is far better than a pastry and sugar-laden coffee drink.
May 18, Jessica rated it liked it Shelves: Covers a lot of ground in this book. Should be eating lots of veggies, protein, and cutting back on grains. As in not eating them. We should only exercise 10 minutes a week but those 10 minutes should be gruesomely hard with eccentric resistance training. I liked some things, and others didn't resonate. Still, interesting ideas. Dec 31, Columbian rated it it was amazing.
It simplifies getting and staying fit. It will also give you the tools and knowledge to stop worrying about your weight, so you can focus on the important things in your life. I got this book last night courtesy a download, and dove into it first thing. I have followed Jonathan Bailor's advice via his podcast for nearly a year, but having this book in my hands is a convenient way to reference all the information to stay slim and healthy for life. Several years ago, I lost 90 pounds, mostly by eating alot less, and exercising alot more.
That was the easy part. Keeping it off proved far more difficult, as long-term starvation is HARD. And worrying about gaining it all back made me feel miserable.
Out of desperation, I turned away from the eat-less-exercise-more mantra, and began my exploration into eating well, rather than eating less. Now I have no worries about gaining fat.
I don't even worry about my "weight" as I have gained muscle. My principle measure of success is my belt, not a scale. If you are looking for a quick way to lose weight with a temporary diet, this book is NOT for you. If you like small plates and going hungry, this book is not for you.
If you want to follow old advice that continues to make you sicker, this book is not for you. Fast "weight" loss usually means breaking your body down, with poor long term results. But if you want to get fit and build your body up for the long term, this book is for you. If you enjoy eating satisfying and nutritious food until you are full, this book is for you. May 30, Lea rated it really liked it. Incredible amount of research packed into this book.
I found it thought provoking and informative. Highly recommend. Jun 29, Ada-Marie rated it it was amazing. Great book describing the new way to think about nutrition and fitness, which is based on science and hormonal health.
Calories in v. Basically to burn fact, eat clean, lift heavy, interval train, drink a lot of water, sleep as much as you can, and keep a positive attitude.
Now to actually do that Jul 29, Karen rated it it was ok. Some notions are good. The science is interesting and often eye-opening. The interpretation of some of the data is sometimes irritating. For example: The author intentionally?
He - almost mockingly - wonders why we're not all pounds overweight if we've been eating excess calories for so long. If I should be eating calories per day for my proper height, weight, and activity level, and I'm instead eating calories, I'm not going to balloon up and up and up until I explode.
Instead, I'll probably be about 50 pounds overweight, and those excess calories are merely maintaining that overweight.
Mar 28, Missy Miller rated it liked it. The only reason why I did not rate this book higher is that I felt there was not enough science to back it up to the point where a mass audience can easily receive it. I also thought that - though it does address the mental aspects required to change your diet and offer advice - it glosses over the hard part.
Lets fact it Americans are fat because we eat too much of the wrong things, yes, but more importantly is the addictive, emotional, and environmental forces behind the SAD problem. But the real problem we face is getting people to DO it. View 1 comment. Jan 05, Stephanie rated it really liked it Shelves: Interesting look at what foods we should eat and how we should exercise -- including a look at how broken the food pyramid is.
Now to see if following the ideas within actually work May 17, Lara Putnam rated it it was ok. Not much new here. Eat fish daily and high protein each meal, have 10 servings of veggies a day, make careful fruit choices, and limit carbs, starches and sweets. Shorter, intense exercise is most effective. Malcolm Gladwell.
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