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But I am reading on what a healthy diet is--because that's what's important to me, and because soon I have to think about not losing, but maintaining--which as I think everyone knows is the hard part. We spent some time on Sunday afternoon prepping some food for lunches, breakfasts, etc. Stork says that you should avoid artificial sweeteners of all kinds, as these can reset your brain and cause unnatural sweet cravings. I've been eating non processed foods for awhile, but not low calorie. There are lots of different names for the parts of the diet - the STAT Plan Meal Equations and Flex-Time Food Choices and the Restore Plan and the Maintain Plan, but it really is nothing new and the recipes are very simple and rely on lots of canned and frozen items and the diet plans are in charts that have very tiny print that cannot be enlarged and is very I am not really impressed with this book or the diet plan within it. Where do pickles fit into this diet? Download or read The Doctor's Diet Cookbook:
This seems to me to be much more sustainable in the long run. I purchased this book after seeing the Drs. I weighted lbs and had asthma, sleep apnea, hypothyroidism,etc. My husband and I decided at 66 yrs of age I was in bad shape and if I wanted to be around to see my two granddaughters and grandson married or Reach what ever they chose to do in their lives I had to do something now. We have joined the YMCA doing strength training.
I have lost 42 lbs and feel great. We are eating lots of vegetables. Thank you Dr Travis for writing this book. I purchased this book for my 24yr old granddaughter who has battled weight since she was small because I want her to enjoy life and most of all be healthy. Great tasting food. East to follow. Stomach fat melts away quickly. I've been eating non processed foods for awhile, but not low calorie.
Because I was already eating pretty well, I didn't lose many pounds, but inches off the waist were quite substantial, in a short amount of time. I'm older and very much concerned in getting rid of the visceral fat - the dangerous kind.
Excellent book to get you there! After seeing this on The Doctor's TV show, I did some research and read the reviews of the book on here. For two weeks prior to receiving this book, I tried to do my own diet plan where I cut down my calories and did an hour exercise at least five days a week.
I found myself tired and hungry and I couldn't understand why. The first and foremost thing I found was that I wasn't hungry at all. Sometimes I even had to force myself to eat some more because I just didn't feel empty.
I amped up my exercise so that I did a minimum hour exercise for six days every week and kept strictly to the STAT plan. Which was EASY. Anyone who thinks it's too hard maybe just needs to have a bit more confidence and determination that the results will come eventually.
Now, on my seventh week on this diet, I have lost a current total of 7kg and an as yet unmeasured number of inches around my waist. Before this diet, I had severe trouble sleeping through the night, concentrating and had a general moody disposition. Now, I have my exercise in the morning and am smiling by the time I start my long days at university.
There was a period of time where I plateaued in my weight loss, but I continued losing inches off my waist. Just because you're not losing weight doesn't mean that it's not working for you.
After struggling to lose any weight in large part due to my PCOS , I felt that this was something like a 'last shot' for me. I can carry my knowledge gained from this into the rest of my life.
Trust me, as someone who hates dieting, this is easy to follow and makes you feel GOOD. I've already given this book to a friend and my mum is starting on it now. It's for everyone and anyone, you can do it. For anyone on the line between buying this book and not buying this book, just do it. It doesn't just tell you, it teaches you. And that's the advantage it has over all the diet plans out there.
This morning my number was like everything in life you must adapt but following thus plan has already helped me be healthier. I hope all diabetics will give it a try.
Paperback Verified Purchase. I'm finding the book very helpful. Contains information that helps me fully understand the effects of food on our nutrition and body. Makes a great deal of sense. Relevant information can be readily found on the internet at no cost. Fortunately, purchase price was not a significant!!! I do not need to lose weight any, more but will be using this book as a guideline to the best of veggies and fruits to eat.
Just wish it was spiral bound. Just a heads up for those who need to lose. He has you seriously cutting the carbs in the first phase. Anyone needing to lose weight or with diabeties. Scroll down to see my progress after one week on The Doctor's Diet! Once you get off of the Scroll down to see my progress after one week on The Doctor's Diet!
Look for the final review on this book around the second week in May So here's my update after 1 week on Dr. Travis' Stat Plan This week has not been as tough as I thought it would be.
View all 6 comments. Mar 20, Skeetor rated it it was amazing Shelves: Second paragraph - week 8 update I have been on the plan for four weeks now and have lost a total of 12 pounds! Hence the five stars.
Most of the information is basic but I also found his reviews on certain ingredients i. I have not felt hungry at all on the diet and I have never been known as a "light-eater".
Maybe I can do an update in another four weeks as I, unfortunately, still have a lot more extra baggage to Second paragraph - week 8 update I have been on the plan for four weeks now and have lost a total of 12 pounds! Maybe I can do an update in another four weeks as I, unfortunately, still have a lot more extra baggage to get rid of Okay, it's been another 4 weeks and I am still going strong and have lost an additional 7 lbs yippee!
I will be traveling for the next three weeks Still more baggage to lose! See you in another 4 weeks View 2 comments. Nov 27, Online Eccentric Librarian rated it really liked it Shelves: Travis L.
Stork that presents very scary but necessary to know facts about obesity, then addresses the problem with a diet plan, motivations, and recipes.
He breaks the plan down by Stat starting to lose weight now and then Restore and Maintain for long term goal achievement. The plan isn't about deprivation; rather, it's about understanding what you are eating and how it More reviews and no fluff on the blog http: The plan isn't about deprivation; rather, it's about understanding what you are eating and how it will affect your health.
The book starts by discussing the problems with obesity: He then discusses the Stat plan and how to get started on the diet. In depth discussions of protein, carbs, sugar, fat, veggies, fruit, nuts, legums, and yogurt help dieters understand the benefits of each of those types of foods.
Then the book transitions into the Restore plan and how the better eating will affect your life - from a stronger heart, changes in blood sugar, better sleep, happier moods, lower risk of cancer and even a better family life.
Finally, the Maintain section sets the diet up for a lifetime of good health and happy eating. There are several recipes in the back but the bulk of the diet is understanding the various foods and putting together combinations that make the most sense for weight loss and energy.
It's not about a set menu or eating a set item. The diet is very open ended - Dr. Stork has given you all the knowledge you need in the book to make the right choices when eating.
I found the text to be very motivating. There is so much more to weight loss than just beauty - it's really about living longer and better and he really helps explain how each choice makes a very specific difference health wise. The book is easy to follow but doesn't pander to the reader and really is health reward based. The plan is easy to follow and the weight comes off at a good pace - consistent but not too fast. In all, I really appreciate the book and find myself much more motivated to lose the extra pounds.
Received as an ARC from the publisher. Jun 13, Lisa Harmonybites rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Those interest in diet, health, and nutritionb. I didn't look up this book because I need to lose weight. I have only a few left to lose to reach the "ideal weight" according to my medical chart and I'm in no hurry. But I am reading on what a healthy diet is--because that's what's important to me, and because soon I have to think about not losing, but maintaining--which as I think everyone knows is the hard part.
A New York Times article stated "more than 90 percent of people who lose a lot of weight gain it back. This isn't for me a keeper, a must-purchase I'll refer to again and again. But it's eminently sensible--and that's rare enough in diet books--and structured in such a way, with enough choices, a person following the book may actually learn a healthy way to eat--not just simply follow a rigid meal plan.
If you want to lose weight in a healthy way--you could do far, far worse than this book. Having read on diet recently the different takes truly are crazy making. There are the Vegans and their ilk telling you meat and dairy and eggs are poison. Then there are the Paleo people telling you grains and legumes and soy--even fruit--are poison; oh, and the "Nighshade" veggies such as tomatoes and peppers eggplants are bad, and wrong.
And both sides argue for their regimens with religious fervor. What I like about Stork is that he promises to tell you when the science is conflicted or uncertain--such as the changing picture on soy and saturated fat--and I find that beyond refreshing. It makes him as far as I'm concerned far more trustworthy than all those diet gurus insisting you must follow their rules and eliminate a wide swathe of foods humans have eaten for millenia or it's your fault if you get cancer, heart disease or diabetes.
Very easy to understand I have read the entire book. I have not started using this eating plan but I am really forward to starting. Very easy to follow.
My boyfriend and I have been on it for 4 weeks and so far I lost 10 pounds and my BF lost 13 pound. But most importantly we feel great!
This is not a temporary fix. This is a life change! View 1 comment. Jan 20, Wil rated it it was ok Shelves: And you probably love the idea of fast results.
Hey, who wouldn't? The target audience of this book is people wanting to lose weight, as described on the cover. I think that this book might work great for some people. It offers advice based on the most widely accepted nutrition research in the medical field and Dr. Stork is very positiv "You're following The Doctor's Diet because you want results, right? Stork is very positive and encouraging.
I wasn't reading this book to lose weight, I was mainly trying to understand what doctors know about nutrition. For people looking to lose weight, if this book interests you, read this book and see if it works! As an avid scientist searching for the truth, I was both encouraged and disheartened by the perspective on health that this book was based on.
Here are some things that bothered me the most: Stork puts whole grains on a pedestal. But whole grains aren't always good for you.
If you are looking to lose weight, eating whole-wheat bread isn't any better for you than white bread. Though whole grain bread might have more nutrients, it spikes blood sugar faster than white bread, worsening sugar addictions. Stork bashes LDL cholesterol - This is a molecule that our body naturally makes. It has a vital purpose in our body, so we shouldn't be calling it "bad". All doctors seem to do this and it doesn't make sense to me.
If we didn't have LDL, we wouldn't have a brain. What is actually bad is oxidized LDL, which can be produced in many ways, like blood sugar spikes.
LDL levels are a poor predictor of heart disease, as recent research is now showing us.
This was probably one of the most disturbing things. Stork said that recent research shows that whole-milk is a healthier option than skim milk. I've seen the research articles and I couldn't agree more. But then he admits that he opts for skim milk and that we should too.
Even for people wanting to lose weight, this doesn't make sense. Research shows that people who opt for whole milk actually have a healthier weight. Here is one article published in one of the most prestigious journals: There were a few things that Dr.
Stork said that were encouraging: This is awesome. Many doctors don't bother distinguishing the health differences between different types of meat. Grass-fed, outdoor meat is certainly healthier option.
His position on saturated fat was surprisingly balanced and accurate. Many doctors group saturated fats with trans fats, which is completely wrong.
In the grand scheme of things, these three annoyances won't make a huge difference. Compared to all the other diets out there, this one is pretty good. I think this diet might beat Weight Watchers and many of the other mainstream diets out there, but I don't believe that this is the holy grail of diets.
Writing a book on eating the right food is tough. Our understanding of nutrition is changing so much, doctors and nutritionists are going to continue struggling to define what exactly humans are supposed to eat. If I were to summarize this book, it would be this: I agree with this premise, but it is debated how we should restrict calories and what "healthy" means.
View all 3 comments. Feb 28, Sara rated it did not like it. One of the funniest books I've ever read! It was great They were serious?
Well, then. Follow this plan and you'll absolutely lose weight. And probably your freedom, since you'll likely do murder for food.
NO alternatives depending on amount of weight you have to lose, options given for categories of food lead to unrealistic combinations. For example, for breakfast, you could conceivably have a glass of skim milk and an apple. For lunch, you could have a cup of plain yogurt a One of the funniest books I've ever read! Not that you would. On that part of the plan, you can have fruit, but only apples, berries and grapefruit. No sugars, no sweeteners at all.
It does expand on the next part and a little further on the maintenance plan, but not as much you'd think. If you cut out all added sugars and sweeteners, I doubt you'd need any other diet plan. So just do that and save some time and money. Who eats plain yogurt? View all 4 comments. Apr 02, Sandy Emerson rated it it was amazing.
I have to give this book five stars because I'm currently following the meal plan in it. And it works. I've lost 8 to 9kg in the almost four weeks I've been following it.
Here's the thing - I hate exercise - I always have, but the half hour amount you need to do each day according to this book has been easy for me. I walk and I dance. That's one of the things I loved about Doctor Stork and this book - he got me. In part of the book he wrote that it was okay to dance in your living room.
That mad I have to give this book five stars because I'm currently following the meal plan in it. That made exercise fun for me and, to me, that's an essential thing. And the meals are yummy - sure you have odd things like barley to eat, but in the scheme of things, I eat better now than I ever have in my life.
My pallet is expanding and I like the thought of that as well. The book itself was a fun read. Dr Stork's personality shone through and it was great. It was a dry as dust book, it was actually the complete opposite.
I realize that not all diets work for everyone, but this one works for me and I have to recommend that to anyone who wants to lose wait to give it a try. Like me, it just may work for you. Dec 03, Joan rated it really liked it. This book includes conclusive research in the nutritional sciences and with a detailed bibliography. According to Stork, who is an emergency room doctor, the biggest problems in the E. The book is designed in with 3 stages of the STAT program.
Full Name Comment goes here. Are you sure you want to Yes No. Be the first to like this. No Downloads. Views Total views. Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. The Doctor's Diet Cookbook: Description A companion to the 1 New York Times best-selling diet book that has swept the nation, The Doctor's Diet Cookbook is a collection of simple, delicious, and balanced recipes that will help you maintain a healthy weight now and throughout your life.
The highly flexible and workable plan in The Doctor's Diet unlocked the power of 10 Food Prescriptions to activate weight loss while restoring health, preventing disease and adding years to readers lives, and this cookbook is an extension of that plan. The positive feedback on the tasty recipes in The Doctor s Diet was overwhelming, and you demanded more. Travis Stork brings brand new, easy-to-follow and quick-to- prepare ideas for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks and, of course, dessert, all designed to support your weight loss efforts and keep you at optimal health.
Travis believes that in order to commit to healthy eating, our food must taste good and these meals reflect his passion by presenting unique food variations that are delightful for the palate, as well as for the waistline.