You can take control of your health, lose weight, prevent disease, and enjoy a long and healthy life. The unique nutritional program outlined in Eat Rich, Live Long is designed by experts to help you feel great while you eat delicious and satisfying foods.
Millions of people have gotten healthy through low-carb plans over the years—and a growing number have discovered the wonderful benefits of ketogenic (Keto) nutrition. Many are confused, though, about how low-carb they should go. Now, Eat Rich, Live Long reveals how mastering the low-carb/Keto spectrum can maximize your weight loss and optimize your health for the long term.
In this book, Ivor Cummins, a world-class engineer and technical master for a huge global tech corporation, and Dr. Jeff Gerber, a family doctor who is widely regarded as a global leader in low-carb nutrition, team up to present their unique perspectives from their extensive clinical, medical, and scientific/research experience. Together, Cummins and Gerber crack the code that shows you how to eat the foods you enjoy, lose weight, and regain robust health. They reveal how the nutritional “experts” have gotten it so wrong for so long by demonizing healthy natural fats in our diets and focusing on cholesterol and LDL as the villains. In fact, as the authors reveal by drawing on the latest peer-reviewed global research, eating a high percentage of natural fats, a moderate amount of protein, and a low percentage of carbs can help you lose weight, prevent disease, satisfy your appetite, turn off your food cravings, and live longer.
The heart of Eat Rich, Live Long is the book’s prescriptive program, which includes a 7-day eating plan, a 14-day eating plan, and more than 50 gourmet-quality low-carb high-fat recipes –illustrated with gorgeous full-color photographs for breakfasts, lunches, appetizers, snacks, dinners, drinks, and desserts. Low-carb never tasted so good!
Nutritional sacred cows are constantly being challenged in the media. How much fat should we eat and which kinds of fats are best? Which fats can contribute to diabetes, heart disease, and early mortality? Does a high-protein diet increase muscle mass and lead to vigorous health – or can it promote aging, cancer, and early mortality? Which vitamins and minerals should we be taking, if any? How do we change our metabolism so that our bodies burn fat instead of all the sugars we consume? Does intermittent fasting really work? Eat Rich, Live Long lays out the truth based on the latest scientific research.
Eat Rich, Live Long will change the way you look at eating. Meanwhile you will lose weight – and look and feel great.
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About the Author
IVOR CUMMINS is a world-renowned chemical engineer with a long career in the medical device and other industries. Although he has been in many roles as technical leader, his specialty is leading teams in complex problem-solving efforts.
Ivor trained at University College Dublin and graduated in 1990. His first six years were spent in the development and optimization of medical devices such as hemodialysis units, hemo-perfusion cartridges, and coronary stent assemblies.
In recent years Ivor has continued his professional development by becoming a Chartered Engineer (CEng) and Project Management Professional (PMP); he also completed an Innovation and Entrepreneurial Management Certificate with Stanford University. In 2015 he was one of 6 candidates shortlisted from 500 for the title of Irish Chartered Engineer of the Year. Ivor lives in Dublin, Ireland, with his wife and five children.
JEFFRY N. GERBER, MD, FAAFP is a board-certified family physician and owner of South Suburban Family Medicine in Littleton, Colorado. He is widely known as Denver’s Diet Doctor. Dr. Gerber has been providing personalized healthcare to to his community since 1993 and continues that tradition with an emphasis on longevity, wellness, and prevention.
For decades, Dr. Gerber has researched the science of carbohydrate and fat metabolism, insulin resistance, inflammation, and chronic metabolic disease. Jeff redefines healthy nutrition and teaches patients about the relationship between unhealthy refined and processed foods and chronic illness. He has used the science in his practice, hugely optimizing his patients’ health outcomes by helping his patients improve their health and optimize their weight with prescribed lifestyle modifications.
Frustrated with spiraling healthcare costs related to the treatment of conditions including overweight, obesity, diabetes, atherosclerosis, and heart disease, Dr. Gerber focuses on prevention and treatment programs using low-carb high fat (LCHF), Ancestral, Paleo, and Primal diets to treat and prevent these chronic conditions. He rigorously maintains a database of patients, looking at weight loss and improved cardio-metabolic markers, demonstrating the benefits of these types of diets.
Jeff trained at Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia and graduated in 1986. Dr. Gerber is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), the American Society of Bariatric Physicians, the Obesity Action Coalition, the Colorado Academy of Family Physicians, the Colorado Medical Society, the Arapahoe-Douglas-Elbert Medical Society, and the Weston A. Price Foundation. In 2010 Dr. Gerber received the honorary Degree of Fellow from the AAFP for his commitment to family medicine and contributions to the local community. Dr. Gerber, his wife, and their three children love the outdoors and enjoy all that the state of Colorado has to offer.
Table of Contents
Foreword Michael Eades, MD 5
1 Sick And Tired of Being Unhealthy 13
Chapter 1 We're Getting Heavier and Heavier 15
Chapter 2 Seven Ways to Twist the Truth 19
Chapter 3 Respect Your Insulin: Why Most Weight-Loss Plans Fail 31
Chapter 4 Stop the Toxic MIRS Diet 45
Chapter 5 Low-Carb, High-Fat for the Win 57
2 The Eat Rich, Live Long Prescription 65
Chapter 6 Your Weight-Loss Master Class 67
Chapter 7 The Eat Rich, Live Long Plan: Days 1-7 89
Chapter 8 The Eat Rich, Live Long Plan: Days 8-21 105
Chapter 9 Recipes 128
3 Eat Rich, Live Long: The Deeper Dive 223
Chapter 10 Most of Us Have Diabetes: Insulin as a Master Gauge of Chronic Disease 225
Chapter 11 Fixing Heart Disease: Cholesterol is a Weapon of Mass Distraction 245
Chapter 12 Cancer: When Your Metabolic Control System Fails 275
Chapter 13 Healthy Fat: The Fuel for Longevity 283
Chapter 14 Protein: Benefits and Pitfalls 305
Chapter 15 Which Vitamins and Minerals Do You Really Need? 313
Chapter 16 The Long-Term Eat Rich, Live Long Plan 333
Appendix A Resources 349
Appendix B The Eat Rich, Live Long Guide to Sweeteners 351
Appendix C High Cholesterol Concerns 352
Appendix D The insulin Spectrum 356
Appendix E The Science of Polyunsaturated Fats 364
About the Authors 376
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