“Clean Eating” is more than just a catch phrase for trendy foodies and fad diets. Clean eating is an ongoing lifestyle, the purpose of which is to improve one’s health, vitality, and overall sense of well-being. But living a clean eating lifestyle is not as simple as it sounds. From counting carbs and counting calories to counting fat grams and counting portions, the path to a fat-burning, muscle-gaining diet is not an easy one.
Fortunately, there is book available to the general public that takes the guesswork out of sorting through all the facts and fallacies regarding a clean, healthy diet. “The Fat Burning Kitchen” is book that breaks down complex, scientific nutrition theories and translate them into easy-to-understand passages that takes the confusion from understanding the complexities of an effective, fat-burning diet. Bestselling author Mike Geary is a Certified Nutrition Specialist whose works have been read by over 739,000 people world-wide. Author of “The Truth about Six Pack Abs” and “The 101 Foods that Fight Aging”, Geary has compiled his extensive knowledge of nutrition and the human body into one, easy to understand volume.
A slow metabolism affects the body in many ways including a reduction in energy, trouble sleeping, imbalanced hormones, excess belly fat, and an increase in joint pain and unwanted blood sugar. The information presented in The Fat Burning Kitchen shows you how to increase your metabolism rate to reverse those symptoms. You’ll see an increase in energy and a decrease in joint pain as your body burns through fat, converting it into energy.
Breaking The Sugar Myth
In this book, you’ll learn the many ways in which sugar can sabotage a healthy diet. Many people think they are staying away from sugar by avoiding processed sweets or high-calorie sodas. But what many don’t know is that foods that are assumed to be healthy such as fruit juices and smoothies can be loaded with unhealthy sugar. Even the most healthy sounding foods can be chock full of unhealthy sugars. Once consumed, sugar causes unhealthy fluctuations in the blood sugar and creates Glycation, a substance which accelerates the way in which your organs, arteries, joints, and skin ages. Additionally, sugar raises triglycerides in the body to levels which can lead to heart disease. The Fat Burning Diet introduces healthy alternatives that will sweeten your food without damaging your body.
Many people cannot understand why they are eating what they consider to be healthy foods. But what people do not realize that foods that are assumed to be “good” are not necessarily good for you. In addition to hidden sugars, “healthy” foods often contain wheat and whole grains which are counteractive to a fat burning diet. Wheat contains an antinutriant called phytates. When consumed too often, phytates block the absorption of vital minerals such as calcium, manganese, and zinc. Additionally, wheat contains gluten which affects proper function of the digestive system and can cause damaging inflammation, even to those who are not technically gluten intolerant. The Fat Burning Kitchen creates a clear and concise list of all the unhealthy imposters out there, and presents healthy and tasty alternatives.
The Truth About Proteins
It is pretty common knowledge that a diet that is high in protein is a vital element of a fat-burning diet. However, not all proteins are beneficial, nor do they all get processed by the body in the same manner. In this book, you will learn the specific types of animal protein that not only help you burn fat and gain muscle, but are also rich in heart-healthy fatty acids. It also addresses the types of proteins commonly obtained by eating cheese or nuts. But not all cheeses or not are created equally. The Fat Burning Kitchen helps sort through all the myths about cheese and nuts as well as how much and how often these healthy proteins should be consumed.
Vegetable Does Not Always Equal Healthy
Many people use vegetable for cooking under the assumption that a product derived from a vegetable must be healthy. But this is simply not true. Vegetable oils contain trans-fats, despite the fact that it is labeled as non-hydrogenated. They also oxidized mutated fats that have been proven to be a contributing factor to cardiovascular disease and heart attacks. Additionally, vegetable oil causes a major imbalance with the Omega-6 to Omega-3 fat ratio in the blood stream which can lead to heart disease, obesity, and cancer. The Fat Burning Kitchen introduces healthy alternatives to cooking with vegetable oil that will introduce heart healthy fats into your diet that will accelerate weight loss and muscle gain.
To gain the ultimate benefit from The Fat Burning Kitchen, it is important to understand all of the materials presented in the book and follow the instructions faithfully. Fortunately, the material is presented in such a manner that shopping lists are easy to follow and meals are easy to create. With The Fat Burning Kitchen, the guesswork of creating a clean, healthy diet that burns fat and increases energy is removed making a healthy diet and lifestyle attainable for anybody.