Summary of Eat Fat, Get Thin by Mark Hyman | Includes Analysis
Eat Fat, Get Thin is a science-driven nutrition and diet book that addresses dietary fat and how it impacts the body. By debunking long-held beliefs about fat, the book explains why fats are a crucial part of weight loss and any healthy diet. It offers listeners a roadmap to incorporate more healthy fats into their daily routines.
Over the past century, a number of scientists have promoted research that supposedly proved that the fat people consume is the fat that ends up on their bodies. The US government, national health organizations, and the food industry picked up on these assumptions, and an anti-fat movement was born. This gave rise to an entire industry of low-fat "diet" foods. In the meantime, however, citizens of the United States grew more obese and developed more chronic diseases, particularly heart disease and diabetes.
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"easy to listen to - but actual food info left out"
review of the first part of the book was well done. I wish they had summarized the actual food recommendations too.
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