The Fat Fallacy

The Fat Fallacy

Applying the French Diet to the American Lifestyle

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Americans are in the middle of an obesity epidemic. By contrast, the French eat wonderful creams, cheeses, and baguettes-the very fats and carbohydrates we've been told to avoid. Remarkably, these sumptuous foods produce a nation of thin people (with an 8% obesity rate) who live longer than us and don't have our heart problems. In The Fat Fallacy, Dr. Clower makes a basic point-the same diet that keeps them thin and healthy can work for us as well. Dr. Clower shows us that by trading in high quantity for high quality foods-no pills, surgery, or deprivation-we can lose weight while also losing the guilt and fear associated with rich foods so we can get back to enjoying the sensual pleasure of eating well.
Publisher: Pittsburgh, PA : Perusal Press, 2001.
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780970913807
Branch Call Number: 613.2 CLOWER W
Characteristics: 272 pages : illustrations, 24 cm.


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