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The End of Dieting: How to Live for Life

The End of Dieting: How to Live for Life [Kindle Edition]

Dr Joel Fuhrman

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We're fatter, sicker and hungrier than ever, and the diet industry – with its trendy weight-loss protocols and eat-this-not that ratios of fat, carbs and protein – offers only temporary short-term solutions at the expense of our permanent long-term health. As a result, we're trapped in a cycle of food addiction, toxic hunger and overeating.

In The End of Dieting, Dr Joel Fuhrman a board-certified doctor and the New York Times bestselling author of Eat to Live and The End of Diabetes, shows us how to break free from this vicious cycle once and for all. Dr Fuhrman lays out in full all the dietary and nutritional advice necessary to eat our way to a healthier and happier life. At the centre of his revolutionary plan is his trademark health formula: Health = Nutrients/Calories. Foods high in nutrient density, according to Dr Fuhrman, are more satisfying than foods high in calories. They eliminate our cravings for fat, sweets and carbs. The more nutrient-dense food we consume, the more our bodies can function as the self-healing machines they're designed to be. Weight drops, diseases reverse course and disappear and our lives become longer and healthier.

The End of Dieting is the book we have been waiting for – a proven, effective and sustainable approach to eating that lets us prevent and reverse disease, lose weight and reclaim our right to excellent health.


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  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 368 Seiten
  • Verlag: Hay House UK (28. April 2014)
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  • Sprache: Englisch
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151 von 156 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
5.0 von 5 Sternen Best book by Dr. Fuhrman yet!! 25. März 2014
Von M. Foley - Veröffentlicht auf
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I have read Dr. Fuhrman's, Eat To Live, Eat For Health and Super Immunity. This book BY FAR is his best one yet. I am almost done with it. Chapter two is titled diet myths exposed. I loved his take on SAD (standard American diet), Paleo Diet, Mediterranean Diet, Wheat Belly Diet and some low-fat fallacies. That chapter alone is worth the price of the book. But the best chapter by far is where he explains "The Plan" in chapter six. He details this eating plan so anyone can get it. I call Dr. Fuhrman the "salad man."
What makes this book good also is the testimonies of those who regained their health by eating this way. And the recipes in the back are an extra bonus. So if you are looking at any of his books---start with this one first. By far his best.
67 von 74 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
5.0 von 5 Sternen This is By FAR Dr. Furhman's best book 2. April 2014
Von S. J. Romero - Veröffentlicht auf
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This is the first hardcover book I've bought by Dr.F, when I read Eat to Live & Super Immunity, they were both on my iPhone. End of Dieting is BY FAR the best book ever written by Dr. Furhman. My single complaint is that I wish he wrote it twice as long. In the first 120 pages, it's a scientific tour de force. He absolutely exposes all of the diets, many of which I've been on, and connects their risks & dangers to experiences which are immediately relatable. I found in this pages diagnosis for incidents that have happened to me in the past, such as an extreme arrhythmia I suffered for 2 days with palpitations when I was heavily on an all-protein/ no carb diet while I was body building; I could have died. I can't believe it; the book has both inspired me and shaken me in my shoes because I feel so fortunate to have found this truth. I can't call it a diet anymore because it's not that. I'm proud to say, possibly for the first time here, I'm a 100% Committed Nutritarian! I've sorta shunned that label, using Vegan in public to get the point across in a single word to a waiter, and it worked like a charm while traveling on business. But inside, I'm much more than that. The new research he incorporates, even since Super Immunity, it simply overwhelming. In the chapter on G-Bombs, there are 76 References! 76! With many often having 2, 3 & 4 studies showing conclusive data so conclusive it's int eh title of the paper often; and most often published since 2010! The data that's coming out to support this is only outshone by the results I've seen.

There was always a voice inside my head that said "One Day"... "One Day" you'll be thin and can eat a piece of cheesecake again... "One Day" you can enjoy free range meat... "One Day" you can drink you happy ass drunk again... After reading End of Dieting, there won't be any One Days in my future. I'm now thinking "Last Days"... when you give up smoking, you don't sneak a cigarette 4-6 times a year. You don't smoke; it's that simple. After EOD, I'm giving up SAD food completely. And I feel great about it; blessed even!

If you were worried it may be a recycle of earlier info, it's not. It has a ton of new research that makes the ETL eating plan even more compelling and key to your healthy future on this earth. Do yourself a favor, pick up a copy as best you can, read it thoroughly and enjoy the inspiration to reinvigorate your healthful eating!
13 von 13 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
5.0 von 5 Sternen Same on-target Nutritarian wisdom: some new, much repeated 29. Mai 2014
Von A. Friedman - Veröffentlicht auf
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I've read dozens of nutrition books, and Dr Joel Fuhrman has become far & away my most trusted source. Read ANY of his books! Superimmunity is still my favorite. This one is more focused on weight loss (including psychological aspects) and slightly less specifically about the diseases of affluence that kill most of us, but it is more of the same facts & same message to eat copious quantities of greens & other whole vegetables, ample berries, nuts, seeds, & legumes, little or no animal products (even lowering his limits in this newest book), moderate INTACT whole grains, no sweeteners (caloric nor artificial), little or no processed foods, and zero trans fats. It's not the macronutrients, but the micronutrients!

In this latest book, I particularly liked his criticisms of other diets. He attacks the Atkins/Paleo crowd for too much animal protein and too few nuts, seeds, & beans--just what I felt about Good Calories Bad Calories and The Calorie Myth--although the latter acknowledges Fuhrman and follows his lead in pushing for large amounts of phytonutrient-rich non-starchy vegetables.

In fact, Fuhrman covered every one of my concerns with Jonathan Bailor's popular new (low carb high meat) book The Calorie Myth (which is still well worth reading AFTER Fuhrman). Bailor really pushes soy protein powders but here Fuhrman explains some concerns about protein powders (although not mentioning the hexane used in extraction).

It may take 20+ years for the heightened levels of IGF-1 in Paleo dieters to surface as detectable cancer, but watch out! Fuhrman agrees with the low-carb concepts, but instead of falling into the meat trap, he incorporates low-carbs into a much broader health scenario (with protein from greens & beans). He still prefers algal supplements to fish for EPA & DHA, and he advises wild fish because of contaminants like dioxin in farmed fish.

This time, he goes into a bit more detail about carbohydrates, soy isolates, meat, and especially dairy raising the IGF-1 hormone, resulting in fat, cancer, atherosclerosis, hypertension, aging, and any monster you care to name. Even the Calorie Restriction Society turns out to have significantly higher IGF-1 than vegans.

Fuhrman attacks the anti-wheat crowd (Grain Brain & Wheat Belly) for confusing flour with intact grains. He attacks the USDA for just about everything--too much meat, dairy, & grain, not enough vegetables, nuts, & beans. (Really, it's too much politics and corporate influence.) He attacks aspects of the Mediterranean diet (pasta & olive oil). He even politely indicts the China Study / vegan crowd for too little plant fat (avocado, coconut, olives, nuts, & seeds). He is right on target!

Another topic now covered in a bit more detail is the danger of yo-yo dieting and how regained weight tends to be the more dangerous visceral fat (belly/organs) rather than subcutaneous fat.

He reduces his acceptance of eggs on pg 146 stating, "a 23 percent increased death rate from those eating more than one egg a day", but I'm pretty sure the death rate is 100% (just like taxes), even for vegans. Besides, if you divide us into ovophiles & ovophobes, the egg-eating crowd surely also consumes more pepperoni pizza & ice cream, so such correlations, the backbone of much nutritional advice, should not be swallowed too gullibly.

(Fortunately) There's nothing remarkably different from his other books, yet they're all worth reading. In this one he adds further information, clarification, case histories, and recipes, and it's at least as good as the others. Now he elevates the importance of raw onions & cooked mushrooms. He explains that onions must be chopped before cooking to break cell walls to release the alliinase enzyme for chemical conversions, just like the enzyme myrosinase in cruciferous vegies that converts glucosides to isothiocyanates. (My hypothesis, if you like your roasted garlic whole, [as with cruciferous] is to eat a little raw green onions with any cooked allium so that the alliinase enzyme is reintroduced.)

Some reviewers complain that this book is just a repeat of prior books, and while it is mostly that, why not read this now instead of re-reading the older ones. Fuhrman is worth re-reading.

Some reviewers object to the title because this is "yet another diet", although it is more of an informed lifestyle. Of course you don't count calories or watch the scale, but I also completely ignore the mentions of portion sizes, percentages, and schedules and just eat by the concepts (but do correlate your carbohydrate intake to the caloric demands anticipated after the meal). The title helps make this the perfect gift to several fad-diet yo-yo-weight friends for whom I hope it is The Last Diet. (But such a title might sound too fatal.)

The appendix is a suitably cautious review of supplements, advising the possibility of a few like vitamins B12 & D but mostly warning of specific dangers, well in accord with advice in Whole: Rethinking the Science of Nutrition and in The Vitamin D Solution. Iodine, zinc, and DHA are covered.

Dr Fuhrman is a genuine healer, weaning people off of medications and into healthy lifestyles. He points out how detrimental our medical paradigm is, not only to our health but also to the nation's economy--with diabesity and its direct costs already unprecedented in human history and slated to rise to astronomical proportions if we don't quickly and radically change our paradigm from medical intervention to healthy eating. It's amazing that most doctors don't even know and won't hear of his simple plant-based healings.

Searching for any criticism of his principles, all I can muster is that he could say more about spices (see Healing Spices by Aggarwal), doesn't mention circadian rhythms in relation to insulin & weight (see Lights Out, with reservations), and prefers "unnatural" (newly invented) algal extracts over my delicious salmon & herring as sources of EPA & DHA (in accord with The China Study crowd & lowering IGF-1). I can't recall if he has ever discussed oxylate concerns (e.g. in spinach & almonds) or the goitrogenic (iodine depleting) properties of cruciferous vegetables. He distinguishes starchy from non-starchy (you can eat them raw) vegetables in The End of Diabetes, but I don't recall reading it here, except in regards to potatoes. I'd also like him to discuss low-fructose versus high-fructose fruits, as incompletely mentioned in The Calorie Myth. Nor has he yet addressed my concerns about the benefits and detriments of coconut and its oil.

These very minor "criticisms" are really "grasping at straws" because Fuhrman is more unassailable than any other nutritional advisor. Fuhrman is THE ONE to follow.

I'm neither overweight, diabetic, nor ill, yet this book was a valuable read, as was his The End of Diabetes (most especially the chapter on legumes) and his Superimmunity.

After Fuhrman, I also suggest reading Anticancer by Servan-Schreiber, Foods To Fight Cancer by Beliveau, Healthy At 100 by John Robbins, and The Calorie Myth (but don't eat his way).

Whether you choose this latest book or an earlier one, Fuhrman is your ticket to health wisdom. Then the real challenge is to implement it in your daily life, and he addresses that in this book mostly through testimonials. To your health!
87 von 106 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
4.0 von 5 Sternen Great, But Tough to Follow 28. März 2014
Von Paulina - Veröffentlicht auf
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I've read Dr. Fuhrman's other books and this is the same diet he has advised for many years, but with more information. For example, he goes into detail about how eating animal protein raises our risk for cancer and other diseases. He does say for meat eaters like me, 1.5 ounces a day shouldn't really hurt anything. What I still cannot grasp in my mind is, we are not eating much more meat than our ancestors, yet our cancer rates have skyrocketed. It makes sense that it is a combination of factors like lack of exercise, increase in unhealthy, refined vegetable oils (that we have used in this country to replace saturated fats as per the "experts") along with refined carbohydrates (we had to fill up on something since we cut out healthy fats!) along with a decrease in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts and seeds. Then of course, we have all of the environmental toxins etc...

We get so much conflicting information these days I don't know what to believe! I do believe the main point here is eat LOTS and LOTS of vegetables, making it the main dish and not the side dish. That's great, but as far as not eating any animal protein, I am just not buying it. Other doctors who say eating animal protein is fine point to other studies. Which studies are we supposed to believe? Read "Grain Brain", written by perhaps the top neurologist in the country and you will understand and be completely convinced that cutting out healthy fats like olive oil and yes... some saturated fats which are necessary for our bodies to function properly is actually detrimental to our health. Yet, Dr. Fuhrman tells us to cut out olive oil, fish and watch our consumption of avocado because it is "fatty". He recommends against saturated fats and deems them unhealthy. He has you eating huge quantities of fruits (what about insulin surges?) and tons of vegetables. Fine, but look at what the longest lived people on earth are eating. As per the "Jungle Effect" (the absolute best book I have ever read on diet, along with "Grain Brain") it is vegetables (and not huge amounts either), some fruit (not a lot), nuts, seeds, whole grains and yes, some saturated fat! Some pork, some cheese, yogurt, butter... some beef and chicken, lots of fish along with plenty of olive oil. Who can argue with the way that populations who have the highest number of centenarians are eating? All you have to do is look at the results in these populations and what they are eating, not listen to doctors who base their information on "scientific studies". We have forgotten how to eat thanks to all of these scientific studies and doctors trying to tell us what to eat and what not to eat. It's a low-fat, high carb diet that is causing obesity in this country, not fat!

In response to another reviewer, I do appreciate that Dr. Fuhrman addresses the fact that yes, he does sell his own products and some people have criticized him. He has been called out by some for endorsing them in his books etc... Sure the guy wants to make money... who doesn't? But I don't think he does this in a manipulative way at all. I feel the main thing for him is he wants to offer products that are not on the market which adhere to his way of eating and besides, he offers recipes for his products if you want to make them yourself. He doesn't push you into anything. If it's easier for you, they are there and you can purchase them... that's all. I've read other diet books recently that really push you into buying their products and make you feel like you won't lose weight or detox without them and I resent it - but that's not Dr. Fuhrman!

So all in all, I think this is a great diet to "strive" for so long as you do not cut out oils and fats all together as he advises (other than nuts which he says are fine). Also, with no added fat, oil or salt you are left with a very bland diet to say the least which is extremely hard to follow and stick with. I commend Dr. Fuhrman for getting so many people eating the standard American diet to embrace vegetables, but I wish he'd reconsider his outdated views on fats!
53 von 67 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
3.0 von 5 Sternen Not as good as his other work 27. März 2014
Von J. L. - Veröffentlicht auf
I'm a big fan of Dr. Fuhrman's approach to nutrition. I've been to one of his workshops, watched his DVDs, and read or listened to several of his books. But I wouldn't recommend this one. Super Immunity, Eat for Health, or Eat to Live are much better.

First, Dr. Fuhrman's books are normally well organized, in a logical progression that tells a story--starting with certain basic principles and expanding and building on them. That's lacking here. Even worse, there are too many scientific studies cited. I'm all for science, but this particular approach just inundates the reader (or listener) with data, and it's hard to pick out the important conclusions. Finally, the language is too technical and academic, lacking the conversational quality of his other work.

In short, there's good information here, but it's not well organized and hard to pick out because of the book's structure (or lack of it). Also, Dr. Fuhrman narrates only the introduction of the book; someone else does the rest, and I found his voice annoying.
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