The Cheese Trap : How Breaking a Surprising Addiction Will Help You Lose Weight, Gain Energy, and Get Healthy
Overview - New York Times bestselling author Dr. Neal Barnard reveals the shocking truth about cheese-the dangerous addiction that is harming your health-and presents a radical program to lose weight and feel great. We've been told that dairy does a body good, but the truth is that cheese can be dangerous. Read more...
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New York Times bestselling author Dr. Neal Barnard reveals the shocking truth about cheese-the dangerous addiction that is harming your health-and presents a radical program to lose weight and feel great.
We've been told that dairy does a body good, but the truth is that cheese can be dangerous. Loaded with calories, fat, and cholesterol, cheese can make you gain weight and leads to a host of health problems like high blood pressure and arthritis. Worse, it contains mild opiates that make it additive, triggering the same brain receptors as heroin and morphine. In THE CHEESE TRAP, Dr. Neal Barnard presents a comprehensive program to help readers break free of their cheese addiction so they can lose weight, boost energy, and improve their overall health. This easy-to-follow diet features a treasury of healthy recipes that will tame even the toughest cravings-from pizza, to lasagna, to ice cream and cheesecake.
- ISBN-13: 9781455594689
- ISBN-10: 1455594687
- Publisher: Grand Central Life & Style
- Publish Date: February 2017
- Page Count: 320
- Dimensions: 9 x 6.2 x 1.1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
Books > Health & Fitness > Diet & Nutrition - Weight Loss
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The average American eats 33 pounds of cheese a year, and physician and veganism advocate Barnard (Power Foods for the Brain) asserts that giving it up could be a route to improved overall health. Cheese, he warns, is an essentially unhealthy productfilled with fat, cholesterol, and sodiumand has addictive properties as well. Despite an overly alarmist tone, Barnard is effective in explaining how the ultimate processed food is manufactured, and, with plenty of statistics to hand, why it isnt healthful. To this end, he raises the array of medical problems potentially associated with dairy or obesity. Barnards antidote is a standard plant-based food plan. Readers can eschew cheese and create healthier versions of favorite foods by following 70 recipes developed by vegan cookbook author Dreena Burton for meals, snacks, and desserts. The book also lists versatile cheese replacements employing nut butters, non-dairy plant milks, coconuts, and soy. Theres more here than most readers may care to know about cheese, but despite Barnards proselytizing, he details a feasible transition to plant-based eating. Agent: Brian DeFiore, DeFiore and Company. (Feb.)