Proteinaholic

Proteinaholic Proteinaholic Free Author Garth Davis Natus Physiotherapy.co.uk An Acclaimed Surgeon Specializing In Weight Loss Delivers A Paradigm Shifting Examination Of The Diet And Health Industry S Focus On Protein, Explaining Why It Is Detrimental To Our Health, And Can Prevent Us From Losing Weight.Whether You Are Seeing A Doctor, Nutritionist, Or A Trainer, All Of Them Advise To Eat Protein Foods, Drinks, And Supplements Are Loaded With Extra Protein Many People Use Protein For Weight Control, To Gain Or Lose Pounds, While Others Believe It Gives Them Energy And Is Essential For A Longer, Healthier Life Now, Dr Garth Davis, An Expert In Weight Loss Asks, Is All This Protein Making Us Healthier The Answer, He Emphatically Argues, Is NO Too Much Protein Is Actually Making Us Sick, Fat, And Tired, According To Dr Davis If You Are Getting Adequate Calories In Your Diet, There Is No Such Thing As Protein Deficiency The Healthiest Countries In The World Eat Far Less Protein Than We Do And Yet We Have An Entire Nation On A Protein Binge Getting Sicker By The Day.As A Surgeon Treating Obese Patients, Dr Davis Was Frustrated By The Ever Increasing Number Of Sick And Overweight Patients, But It Wasn T Until His Own Health Scare That He Realized He Could Do Something About It Combining Cutting Edge Research, With His Hands On Patient Experience And His Years Dedicated To Analyzing Studies Of The World S Longest Lived Populations, This Explosive, Groundbreaking Book Reveals The Truth About The Dangers Of Protein And Shares A Proven Approach To Weight Loss, Health, And Longevity.

Dr Garth Davis is a vegan weight loss expert, evidence based medicine fanatic, ironman triathlete, and bariatric surgeon Dr Davis graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Texas in Austin where he was the Student Government President He was also recognized as the most outstanding student at UT Dr Davis went on to attend medical school at Baylor College of Medicine and graduated in the Dr Garth Davis is a vegan weight loss expert, evidence based medicine fanatic, ironman triathlete, and bariatric surgeon Dr Davis graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Texas in Austin where he was the Student Government President He was also recognized as the most outstanding student at UT Dr Davis went on to attend medical school at Baylor College of Medicine and graduated in the top 10 percent of his class In addition, he was inducted to the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society Dr Davis completed his surgical residency at the prestigious University of Michigan in Ann Arbor where he was elected to the position of Chief Administrative Resident While in Michigan, Dr Davis underwent extensive training in general surgical disciplines, specializing in laparoscopic procedures He is certified by the American Board of Surgery and is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and a Fellow of the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Dr Davis is a recognized expert in initial bariatric procedures as well as revisional bariatric surgery, and is frequently asked to give lectures to both patient and physicians audiences alike.He has given a number of nutritional speeches Many of which can be found online He lives in Housten, Texas He has been named Monthly Super Doc multiple times

[Epub] ↠ Proteinaholic  Author Garth Davis – Couponpromocode.us
  • Hardcover
  • 400 pages
  • Proteinaholic
  • Garth Davis
  • 17 February 2018
  • 0062279300

10 thoughts on “Proteinaholic

  1. says:

    This is an indispensable book on nutrition It flies in the face of popular diets and does it with confidence Unfortunately it will likely be ignored by most people that don t want to hear their food choices are probably killing them.

  2. says:

    There is nothing in this book that you can t read in better written vegetarian ism books I promise I ve read most of them I could have handled his obnoxious tone, his I m a doctor let me talk down to you in an aww shucks manner writing style, and his incredibly offensive penchant for explaining how he and this is true trained himself to dislike meat by thinking of slaughterhouse practices whenever he craved a burger , if he didn t do the one thing he complained that the other side There is nothing in this book that you can t read in better written vegetarian ism books I promise I ve read most of them I could have handled his obnoxious tone, his I m a doctor let me talk down to you in an aww shucks manner writing style, and his incredibly offensive penchant for explaining how he and this is true trained himself to dislike meat by thinking of slaughterhouse practices whenever he craved a burger , if he didn t do the one thing he complained that the other side does, and which he, Garth Davis, would not do That is, cherry pick data from small sample, short term health studies Because as soon as he said that all I noticed were his incessant allusions to health studies that looked at small samples, over short time frames that surprise proved his point To be fair, all health books use that trick And, many researchers do small scale studies over short time periods to prove their points That s an issue And, to be honest, I don t disagree with Davis conclusi...

  3. says:

    Bullet Review My biggest problem can kinda be summed up in one flaw Davis spends a lot of the book citing sources proving his point And then, without one shred of evidence, tells his audience to turn to organic, non GMO foods.I agree with his premise to eat less meat and saturated fats I don t care...

  4. says:

    As a background, I believe in a paleo diet there are many including I think vegetarian ones being the way to go for most people but in my personal situation need to eat a somewhat vegetarian diet for now I also believe that nutrition is nowhere near being a science and as such is important to get as ...

  5. says:

    I couldn t put this book down It s easy to read and it s packed full of useful, insightful information about our obsession with protein and the impact this obsession has on our health As a former proteinaholic myself, I can attest to the negative impacts this addiction can have on our wellbeing as well as on our waistlines I thought that gaining weight was inevitable as we get older And at one point I was well on my way to becoming overweight despite my obsession with protein What I didn t I couldn t put this book down It s easy to read and it s packed full of useful, insightful information about our obsession with protein and the impact this obsession has on o...

  6. says:

    What a fantastic and fascinating read It paints yet another grim picture of the American diet and its obsession with animal protein He doesn t always advocate pure vegetarianism or veganism although he is a vegan himself but makes a clear case that eating wayveggies and fruits just mi...

  7. says:

    For me, of course, Proteinaholic Garth Davis is preaching to the choir I feel strongly based on my internet for shame reading and my personal experience that whole foods plant based is the best way to eat That said, I felt like this book, while spot on with its science If I, non scientist that I am, dare evaluate this And perhaps almost 50 pages of bibliography don t actually prove truth and its eye catching title missed the mark for its intended audience Science so much, so repea For me, of course, Proteinaholic Garth Davis is preaching to the choir I feel strongly based on my internet for shame reading and my personal experience that whole foods plant based is the best way to eat That said, I felt like this book, while spot on with its science If I, non scientist that I am, dare evaluate this And perhaps almost 50 pages of bibliography don t actually prove truth and its eye catching title missed the mark for its intended audience Science so much, so repeated, so boring, so impossible for the lay person to analyze was there, for sure And personal experience and passion, yes, yes , yes But, readability Oh my, no The science stretched on forever, and the defensiveness especially vs Paleo was non stop I wanted energy I wanted love for these food choices I wanted recipes that would be good transitional foods I wanted editing both condensing and grammatical I wanted this book to be the one that turns ...

  8. says:

    An informative and well written analysis of how an animal based diet is killing us I was particularly interested in the author s perspective, since he is a doctor who specializes in obesity and he was one of the proponents, before he knew better, of a high protein low carb diet Oops I was also surprised by the number of books out there writ...

  9. says:

    The book dwelt with the question, is meat good for us A quick cut to the quick in Dr Davis s opinion No He rips every low carb diet from Atkins to Zone He makes an excellent case for a plant based diet, from every angle This book reminds me of the time in the 90 s when I became a vegetarian I gained weight I stopped eating meat but forgot about the endless pasta bowl Oh man did I dig in on the pasta and muffins Davis puts the spotlight on eating fruit, veggies, and grains He is a v The book dwelt with the question, is meat good for us A quick cut to the quick in Dr Davis s opinion No He rips every low carb diet from Atkins to Zone He makes an excellent case for a plant based diet, from every angle This book reminds me of the time in the 90 s when I became a vegetarian I gained weight I stopped eating meat but forgot about the endless pasta bowl Oh man did I dig in on the pas...

  10. says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book and recommend it to anybody who is curious for a well written summary of reasons to adopt a plant based diet empowers readers to interrogate scientific studies themselves tells a powerful personal story well credentialed he s a weight loss doctor and ...

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