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ATP 4 Vitality

Information on losing body fat to combat diabetes has been illuminated recently. Many dietary myths are just plain old and quite frankly boring.


If any one writes a book on body composition changes that incorporates a form of exercise and diet (and there are 2 new books of HIT relevance due out this year), then very low calorie diets for a period of time are the way to go.

I'm curious about the 2 new books,
(I've pre-ordered both books) to see if new paradigms on fat loss are followed.


After reading these 2 new books, I will report back here!


Marc



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hit4me

Florida, USA

ATP 4 Vitality wrote:
Information on losing body fat to combat diabetes has been illuminated recently. Many dietary myths are just plain old and quite frankly boring.


If any one writes a book on body composition changes that incorporates a form of exercise and diet (and there are 2 new books of HIT relevance due out this year), then very low calorie diets for a period of time are the way to go.

I'm curious about the 2 new books,
(I've pre-ordered both books) as if new paradigms on fat loss are followed.


After reading these 2 new books, I will report back here!


Marc





is that a pic of you? I will assume one of the new books is Dr. Darden's, what is the other new book?

and thanks for the warning
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ATP 4 Vitality

hit4me wrote:

is that a pic of you? I will assume one of the new books is Dr. Darden's, what is the other new book?



No.
Michael Mosley
Correct
JL time saving WO
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Nwlifter

First post confuses me...
Your posting how losing weight, yes, is helpful for T2 diabetes?
That low calorie diets , yes, are also helpful?
And then weight training books that..?
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Brian A Schamber

Texas, USA

How about the Snake Diet for fat loss?
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hit4me

Florida, USA

I am not sure I agree with the very low calorie diets....anything below 1400 for men and 1200 for women can be too dangerous (for lack of better word) for the body....unless of course you are totally sedentary
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Gainz

Low carb is a much more targeted and effective way to combat type 2 diabetes. If you've stumbled upon Michael Mosley, then I'm assuming you're based in the UK Marc?

Check out the work of esteemed cardiologist Aseem Malhotra and his 'Pioppi Diet' book. He was behind Labour deputy leader Tom Watson's diabetes reversal and weight loss transformation.
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PTDaniel

hit4me wrote:
I am not sure I agree with the very low calorie diets....anything below 1400 for men and 1200 for women can be too dangerous (for lack of better word) for the body....unless of course you are totally sedentary


Define "dangerous". Personally fat loss diets are easier for me to adhere to alternating several days of high calorie restriction rather than an extended period of planned out, low calorie deficits. For instance if I eat 3500 calories one day, then 900 calories per day the next 4 days how is that more dangerous than eating 1400 calories per day?
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ATP 4 Vitality

Brian A Schamber wrote:
How about the Snake Diet for fat loss?


Maybe
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Nwlifter

hit4me wrote:
I am not sure I agree with the very low calorie diets....anything below 1400 for men and 1200 for women can be too dangerous (for lack of better word) for the body....unless of course you are totally sedentary


The really low cal one is supposed be a doctor supervised short term (8 weeks) to remove ectopic fats, studies show it REALLY improves T2 Diabetes. Some it reverses them back to normal.
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Average Al

ATP 4 Vitality wrote:
Information on losing body fat to combat diabetes has been illuminated recently. Many dietary myths are just plain old and quite frankly boring.


If any one writes a book on body composition changes that incorporates a form of exercise and diet (and there are 2 new books of HIT relevance due out this year), then very low calorie diets for a period of time are the way to go.

I'm curious about the 2 new books,
(I've pre-ordered both books) as if new paradigms on fat loss are followed.


After reading these 2 new books, I will report back here!


Marc





No doubt that a very low calorie diet with jump start a weight loss program. And those kind of diets seem particularly good at reducing visceral fat (in the liver and pancreas) that seems to be associated with Type 2 diabetes. BUT... it is pretty difficult for most people to stick with that kind of calorie restriction for an extended period of time.

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entsminger

Virginia, USA

hit4me wrote:
I am not sure I agree with the very low calorie diets....anything below 1400 for men and 1200 for women can be too dangerous (for lack of better word) for the body....unless of course you are totally sedentary


==Scott ==
I can?t imagine only eating 1400 calories a day. I?d be a skeleton in no time and simply miserable .
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ATP 4 Vitality

hit4me wrote:
I am not sure I agree with the very low calorie diets....anything below 1400 for men and 1200 for women can be too dangerous (for lack of better word) for the body....unless of course you are totally sedentary


Check out Dr. Michael Mosley book 8-week blood sugar diet is a good read.

The blood sugar diet is a 800 calorie diet VLCD, and is is a myth buster

Dr Darden is going to soon tell of Larry Freedman losing 52.75 pounds of fat in 6 weeks. So much for slow and steady fat loss
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hit4me

Florida, USA

PTDaniel wrote:
hit4me wrote:
I am not sure I agree with the very low calorie diets....anything below 1400 for men and 1200 for women can be too dangerous (for lack of better word) for the body....unless of course you are totally sedentary

Define "dangerous". Personally fat loss diets are easier for me to adhere to alternating several days of high calorie restriction rather than an extended period of planned out, low calorie deficits. For instance if I eat 3500 calories one day, then 900 calories per day the next 4 days how is that more dangerous than eating 1400 calories per day?


thats why I said it was a lack of a better word.....I agree with the alternating days of calorie consumption....I was alluding to long periods of time with very low calories
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hit4me

Florida, USA

entsminger wrote:
hit4me wrote:
I am not sure I agree with the very low calorie diets....anything below 1400 for men and 1200 for women can be too dangerous (for lack of better word) for the body....unless of course you are totally sedentary

==Scott ==
I can?t imagine only eating 1400 calories a day. I?d be a skeleton in no time and simply miserable .


I consume anywhere from 1400 to 1900 per day, trust me, you would not be a skeleton
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hit4me

Florida, USA

ATP 4 Vitality wrote:
hit4me wrote:
I am not sure I agree with the very low calorie diets....anything below 1400 for men and 1200 for women can be too dangerous (for lack of better word) for the body....unless of course you are totally sedentary

Check out Dr. Michael Mosley book 8-week blood sugar diet is a good read.

The blood sugar diet is a 800 calorie diet VLCD, and is is a myth buster

Dr Darden is going to soon tell of Larry Freedman losing 52.75 pounds of fat in 6 weeks. So much for slow and steady fat loss


will have to check it out
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hit4me

Florida, USA

Gainz wrote:
Low carb is a much more targeted and effective way to combat type 2 diabetes. If you've stumbled upon Michael Mosley, then I'm assuming you're based in the UK Marc?

Check out the work of esteemed cardiologist Aseem Malhotra and his 'Pioppi Diet' book. He was behind Labour deputy leader Tom Watson's diabetes reversal and weight loss transformation.


I have that book and it is very interesting
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hit4me

Florida, USA

Gainz wrote:
Low carb is a much more targeted and effective way to combat type 2 diabetes. If you've stumbled upon Michael Mosley, then I'm assuming you're based in the UK Marc?

Check out the work of esteemed cardiologist Aseem Malhotra and his 'Pioppi Diet' book. He was behind Labour deputy leader Tom Watson's diabetes reversal and weight loss transformation.


I have that book and it is very interesting
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hit4me

Florida, USA

Gainz wrote:
Low carb is a much more targeted and effective way to combat type 2 diabetes. If you've stumbled upon Michael Mosley, then I'm assuming you're based in the UK Marc?

Check out the work of esteemed cardiologist Aseem Malhotra and his 'Pioppi Diet' book. He was behind Labour deputy leader Tom Watson's diabetes reversal and weight loss transformation.


I have that book and it is very interesting
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hit4me

Florida, USA

ATP 4 Vitality wrote:
hit4me wrote:

is that a pic of you? I will assume one of the new books is Dr. Darden's, what is the other new book?



No.
Michael Mosley
Correct
JL time saving WO


you ordered Jennifer Lopez time saving Workouts.....shooting for the big butt look, lol
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ATP 4 Vitality

Average Al wrote:
ATP 4 Vitality wrote:
Information on losing body fat to combat diabetes has been illuminated recently. Many dietary myths are just plain old and quite frankly boring.


If any one writes a book on body composition changes that incorporates a form of exercise and diet (and there are 2 new books of HIT relevance due out this year), then very low calorie diets for a period of time are the way to go.

I'm curious about the 2 new books,
(I've pre-ordered both books) as if new paradigms on fat loss are followed.


After reading these 2 new books, I will report back here!


Marc





No doubt that a very low calorie diet with jump start a weight loss program. And those kind of diets seem particularly good at reducing visceral fat (in the liver and pancreas) that seems to be associated with Type 2 diabetes. BUT... it is pretty difficult for most people to stick with that kind of calorie restriction for an extended period of time.



@ Al,

The 8 week sugar diet is 8 weeks in duration
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ATP 4 Vitality

hit4me wrote:
ATP 4 Vitality wrote:
hit4me wrote:

is that a pic of you? I will assume one of the new books is Dr. Darden's, what is the other new book?



No.
Michael Mosley
Correct
JL time saving WO

you ordered Jennifer Lopez time saving Workouts.....shooting for the big butt look, lol



My wife might disapprove of such literary projects

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ATP 4 Vitality

Gainz wrote:
Low carb is a much more targeted and effective way to combat type 2 diabetes. If you've stumbled upon Michael Mosley, then I'm assuming you're based in the UK Marc?

Check out the work of esteemed cardiologist Aseem Malhotra and his 'Pioppi Diet' book. He was behind Labour deputy leader Tom Watson's diabetes reversal and weight loss transformation.


I am not anti bread sugar potato.
He has many good ideas, but I tend to be dismissive of viewpoints containing such content.
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hit4me

Florida, USA

ATP 4 Vitality wrote:
Gainz wrote:
Low carb is a much more targeted and effective way to combat type 2 diabetes. If you've stumbled upon Michael Mosley, then I'm assuming you're based in the UK Marc?

Check out the work of esteemed cardiologist Aseem Malhotra and his 'Pioppi Diet' book. He was behind Labour deputy leader Tom Watson's diabetes reversal and weight loss transformation.

I am not anti bread sugar potato.
He has many good ideas, but I tend to be dismissive of viewpoints containing such content.


I am not anti-bread, sugar or potato either....but my gut is

don't be so dismissive, open the mind and take in all ideas and decipher what works best for your bodies health
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ATP 4 Vitality

Nwlifter wrote:
First post confuses me...
Your posting how losing weight, yes, is helpful for T2 diabetes?
That low calorie diets , yes, are also helpful?
And then weight training books that..?


1)

Sorry

2)

Yes

3)

Yes, VLCD

4)

Should follow the recent research of VLCD. Resistance training books that sell advice on losing fat that is.
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