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Fat Chance Robert Lustig S 90 Minute YouTube Video Sugar The Bitter Truth, Has Been Viewed Than Two Million Times Now, In This Much Anticipated Book, He Documents The Science And The Politics That Has Led To The Pandemic Of Chronic Disease Over The Last 30 Years.In The Late 1970s When The Government Mandated We Get The Fat Out Of Our Food, The Food Industry Responded By Pouring Sugar In The Result Has Been A Perfect Storm, Disastrously Altering Our Biochemistry And Driving Our Eating Habits Out Of Our Control.To Help Us Lose Weight And Recover Our Health, Lustig Presents Personal Strategies To Readjust The Key Hormones That Regulate Hunger, Reward, And Stress And Societal Strategies To Improve The Health Of The Next Generation Compelling, Controversial, And Completely Based In Science, Fat Chance Debunks The Widely Held Notion To Prove A Calorie Is NOT A Calorie , And Takes That Science To Its Logical Conclusion To Improve Health Worldwide.


10 thoughts on “Fat Chance

  1. says:

    This was a great book about the hormonal chains and effects of eating, and explains it in ways that are both thorough and accessible Some of the information I had read before in my obsessive reading about fat weight loss, but here it was put together in a systematic way to make sense of what your body is doing with what you put into it Because I m a social scientist, I got a bit bogged down in the last section about social policy, because his understanding of large social policies and politics This was a great book about the hormonal chains and effects of eating, and explains it in ways that are both thorough and accessible Some of the information I had read before in my obsessive reading about fat weight loss, but here it was put together in a systematic way to make sense of wh...


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    I am giving this book a high rating with mixed feelings On the one hand, I was really interested in the information, and his explanations of the science seem solid and at a good level of detail Fundamentally, I found it compelling and convincing enough that I am making some changes in my eating habits based on it So, that s pretty good But several things about the way this was written annoyed me The major problem In some places he is very clear and specific that being overweight is one thi I am giving this book a high rating with mixed feelings On the one hand, I was really interested in the information, and his explanations of the science seem solid and at a good level of detail Fundamentally, I found it compelling and convincing enough that I am making some changes in my eating habits based on it So, that s pretty good But several things about the way this was written annoyed me The major problem In some places he is very clear and specific that being overweight is one thing, and metabolic syndrome the cluster of diseases that are correlated with overweight is something else He even gives specific numbers 20% of morbidly obese individuals are metabolically healthy, 40% of normal weight individuals have metabolic syndrome OK, that makes sense, and fits with the information I have from other sources such as Health at Every Size However, having stated that and given the numbers, he then goes right back to talking about obesity as...


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    This is getting 5 stars not because it I loved it so much, some of it was a bit of a chore But it s one of those books that you wish everyone would read, or that it was on the school curriculum, as the content is so important I don t hold much truck with news headlines that say this food or that food, is bad for you, or good for you, and then next week it s bad for you again I prefer to get my facts from scientific books, like this based around the life work and knowledge of a whole career.He This is getting 5 stars not because it I loved it so much, some of it was a bit of a chore But it s one of those books that you wish everyone would read, or that it was on the school curriculum, as the content is so important I don t hold much truck with news headlines that say this food or that food, is bad for you, or good for you, and then next week it s ...


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    I watched Dr Lustig s now famous lecture last year, Sugar The Bitter Truth find it on YouTube and just finished his book Fat Chance Beating the Odds Against Sugar Read it and you will come to understand why he says a calorie is not a calorie and not all calories are equal Learn how we metabolize our food when we eat real food and what makes things go wrong in that process when we eat processed foods stripped of much or their nutritional content and fiber that are replaced with sug I watched Dr Lustig s now famous lecture last year, Sugar The Bitter Truth find it on YouTube and just finished his book Fat Chance Beating the Odds Against Sugar Read it and you will come to understand why he says a calorie is not a calorie and not all calories are equal Learn how we metabolize our food when we eat real food and what makes things go wrong in that process when we eat processed foods stripped of much or their nutritional content and fiber that are replaced with sugars and other additives to make them taste so good that we buy and eatandUnderstand what this does to o...


  5. says:

    Okay, I m convinced sugar is the devil incarnate Now that I ve gone off gluten with some success , looks like I ll have to add sugar to the list of edible things to avoid Which isn t much of a stretch considering sugar adds no value to one s daily diet, and can provoke a host of major illnesses Lustig makes a strong case for sugar being the culprit in the American society s march toward obesity, and the fact that sugar is extremely hard to resist, especially for children, means this is one Okay, I m convinced sugar is the devil incarnate Now that I ve gone off gluten with some success , looks like I ll have to add sugar to the list of edible things to avoid Which isn t much of a stretch considering sugar adds no value to one s daily diet, and can provoke a host of major illnesses Lustig makes a strong case for sugar being the culprit in the American society s march toward obesity, and the fact that sugar is extremely hard to resist, especially for children, means this is one issue which is not going away any time soon While I ve been reading about the dangers of too much sugar for years, it is sobering to realize that American supermarkets are becoming repositories for processed foods, most, if not ...


  6. says:

    I came to this book through a recommendation by Mike of Six Pack Shortcuts on YouTube I haven t eaten sugar for a very long time now I don t do carbs, so it s easier for me to avoid most of the places where sugar can be found But it does get really, really tiresome constantly going through the spiel when people offer you something to eat that s got sugar in, so I thought a little science to back up my, Sorry, I don t do sugar, routine might help There s nothing that makes people shut up li I came to this book through a recommendation by Mike of Six Pack Shortcuts on YouTube I haven t eaten sugar for a very long time now I don t do carbs, so it s easier for me to avoid most of the places where sugar can be found But it does get really, really tiresome constantly going through the spiel when people offer you something to eat that ...


  7. says:

    This book is a must read for anyone concerned about his or her health Lustig knew he d take knife and arrow attacks that s why he walked into this battle against processed food wearing an armor of excellent research and experience If this book doesn t change ...


  8. says:

    Annoyingly verbose, with far too many rhetorical questions, and it s exclusively US centric, however it is also chock full of very helpful information A good editor could have halved the length without compromising the message or the scientific explanations however I still recommend this book to everyone.Fat Chance The Hidden Truth About Sugar, Obesity and Disease contains important nutritional information that is not being given the prominence it deserves by many policy makers and health prof Annoyingly verbose, with far too many rhetorical questions, and it s exclusively US centric, however it is also chock full of very helpful information A good editor could have halved the length without compromising the message or the scientific explanations however I still recommend this book to everyone.Fat Chance The Hidden Truth About Sugar, Obesity and Disease contains important nutritional information that is not being given the prominence it deserves by many policy makers and health professionals, and certainly not by the food industry My assessment is that the food industry is where the tobacco industry was around fifty years ago Those that are selling processed foods, most of which have added sugar,...


  9. says:

    This book presents very compelling arguments for avoiding sugar and processed foods It focuses a lot on obesity, but you don t have to be obese or overweight to benefit from this book because so much of what is in here is about overall health, not weight I picked this book up because I saw this author featured on the documentary Fed Up and have been working on eliminating sugar and processed foods from my diet to increase my health rather than as a result of wanting to lose weight SPOILER This book presents very compelling arguments for avoiding sugar and processed foods It focuses a lot on obesity, but you don t have to be obese or overweight to benefit from this book because so much of what is in here is about overall health, not weight I picked this book up because I saw this author featured on the documentary Fed Up and have been working on eliminating sugar and processed foods from my diet to increase my health rather than as a result of wanting to lose weight SPOILERS I completely agree that the calories in calories out energy balance message is WRONG and that not all calories are created eq...


  10. says:

    Okay, yeah, I finished this eons ago Then I bought a copy I first read it as a library loan , with the intention of re reading and writing a Big Review Now I m behind by at least four five Big Reviews But this could change you life even give you yearsof health and life Read it, even if I never get around to writing that Big Review.Reviews GuardianUKFat Chance The Bitter Truth About Sugar by Robert Lustig reviewandSugar, not fat, exposed as deadly villain in obesit Okay, yeah, I finished this eons ago Then I bought a copy I first read it as a library loan , with the intention of re reading and writing a...


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