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Foods That Cause You to Lose Weight: The Negative Calorie Effect

September 15th, 2012

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Did you know that certain foods have an incredible negative calorie effect that actually melts fat? This revolutionary approach, outlined by Neal Barnard M.D., and proven effective by thousands of men and women wh have tried it, can bring about the permanent weight control every diet promises but seldom delivers.Find out how, by following the negative calorie plan, you can:Boost your metabolic rateBurn calories more effectivelyLower dangerous cholesterol levelsEnjoy better health--and protect your heartEat the delicious foods you love--in the quantities you wantWatch the pounds disappear--without stressful dieting or the temptation to bingeDelicious Negative Calorie Recipes Included.


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Weight Loss Books Did you know that certain foods have an incredible negative calorie effect that actually melts fat? This revolutionary approach, outlined by Neal Barnard M.D., and proven effective by thousands of men and women wh have tried it, can bring about the permanent weight control every diet promises but seldom delivers.Find out how, by following the negative calorie plan, you can:Boost your metabolic rateBurn calories more effectivelyLower dangerous cholesterol levelsEnjoy better health--and protect your heartEat the delicious foods you love--in the quantities you wantWatch the pounds disappear--without stressful dieting or the temptation to bingeDelicious Negative Calorie Recipes Included.
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  1. Reviewer
    September 16th, 2012 at 13:57 | #1

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    This book should have been called, become a vegaterain and loose weight. Eat only raw veggies or cooked ones with no toppings except non fat dressing. You can eat as much as you want as long as it’s vegetarian. There is no need to count calories on this diet. Don’t have milk, eggs(not even egg whites), butter, oil(not even olive oil), nuts or anything else that tastes good and you WILL loose weight. It works but no need to buy the book this short summary should do the trick.

  2. Anonymous
    September 17th, 2012 at 16:13 | #2

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    Loved it! I can eat plenty, not starve myself and I actually lose weight in the right places: stomach, hips and thighs! I also feel like a 9 year old full of energy (I am actually 42), strong, healthy and happy. I have the feeling carnivors won’t like this book because once you are set in your meat eating ways, it takes the force of an earthquake to change. But I have been a vegetarian for 17 years and in the last few years I had been putting on weight regardless of how little I ate or how much I exercised. Well Dr. Barnard had the answer: No fat, no dairy, and great new recipes to try. That’s all I had to do. And I only spent 6 bucks for this. Highly recommend this book to those open minded enough and/or desperate enough to lose weight without going hungry, and without having to follow dumb diets like the “peanut diet”, the “Atkins diet”, the “sushi diet”, etc…

  3. Rolf Juario
    September 17th, 2012 at 21:10 | #3

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    I accidently found this book at the local library. In 5 months of following the book’s guidelines, I lost 55 lbs!
    I’ve tried just about every diet imaginable and this seems to be the only thing that works. I thought it was going to be a major sacrifice, but when you lose weight this quick, you realize that it really isn’t and that it’s worth it!
    Everyone should read this book, even if you’re not overweight. You’ll look AND feel better!

  4. punise@earthlink.net
    September 17th, 2012 at 21:16 | #4

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    This book has drastically changed my life. I was suferring from migraine headaches and just by learning about the common trigger foods versus the safe foods helped me for life! I used to have a migraine headache almost every week, but since I have eliminated from my life Chocolate, Dairy products, Red meats COMPLETELY, as well as many more from the common trigger foods, I’ve lost 20 lbs, took vitamins, and have never, ever felt better! Thanks so much Dr. Barnard. I am a big advocate of this book for anyone who experiences physical pain.

  5. Bob Skinny
    September 18th, 2012 at 03:36 | #5

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    This is the only diet that has worked for me. I have sent this book to a number of my friends, I weighed 365 when I got the book. I have lost 76 pounds. I lose one pound per week. I am at 289 and shooting for 225. I was morbidly obese. I learned a lot. I scorned spuds – now I eat them every day. I thought fish was a diet food. I no longer eat avocadoes or peanuts. A Mickey D double cheezeburger costs me 2 pounds each. It puts on a pound and I dont’t lose a pound that week. Same with BK’s Whopper JR. I used to buy a double cheeze burger on the way to food shopping — so I wouldn’t be hungery while shopping. I don’t do that any more. I am now in the habit of driving straight home after a trip to town and not stopping in for a burger on the way home — like I used to. I tried all the other diets–and none of them worked. When I go to an all you can eat buffett, I fill up with fruits and vegetables. I am just as full as I used to be eating the non VEGAN food. The first few months on the diet, the VEGAN food would not sustain me for more than about three hours. Now that I have been a VEGAN for some time, the VEGAN diet sustains me as long as the meat diet used to. I went to my friends Bar

  6. Anonymous
    September 19th, 2012 at 06:46 | #6

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    I found this book to be very helpful. After just having a baby and gaining close to 100 pounds, I was hopeless that I would ever get back to my pre-pregnancy weight, since January I have lose twenty three pounds just by following these guidelines. I am now starting to see the old me and it is extremely motivating.

  7. Anonymous
    September 19th, 2012 at 12:51 | #7

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    I was so perplexed by the person below who gave this book only 1 star and implied that complex carbohydrates are bad and that people would “do better on a diet of lean meat”, that I looked at her “other reviews”. Among those reviews she gave a 5 star designation to a cookbook which she described herself in this way: “food fried in 6 inches of animal fat, lard or similar. TONS of butter, biscuits, gravy…” etc. She gave that book 5 stars. As for me, I may not be able to follow Dr. Barnard and Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine’s diet advice exactly to every letter YET, but I find it a good goal to shoot for, I find the info very useful, people do tell me I look young for my age and I’ve been eating this sort of diet for 7 years now, and I will definitely take Dr. Barnard’s health advice over that reviewer’s anytime!

  8. Laura H.
    September 19th, 2012 at 16:20 | #8

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    I loved this book. Dr. Barnard’s writing style is very easy to read. The points made in the book made a lot of sense, and it was easy to follow. This isn’t a fad diet, it’s a change in the way you think about food – what you eat and why. You can’t help but lose weight, and the best part was that you’re never hungry – and the food just tastes great. Wow, the recipes were great. They were so easy to prepare, and no fancy ingredients. I found everything at my local grocery store. I tried many of the recipes, and liked them all. This book is definately a keeper.

  9. Blubo53
    September 20th, 2012 at 01:21 | #9

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    If you have to watch what you eat for any reason wheather for health issues or just to make yourself look better, this book will help you along the way. We already know alot of the information but, it guides you along to make yourself become more focused. It’s a healthier way of losing weight or maintaining it, it’s not a fad, if that’s what your looking for then your not going to be happy with this book

  10. D. M. Baker
    September 24th, 2012 at 06:14 | #10

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    I found this book easy to read with some great ideas on how foods affect us and how they can promote weight loss. Recipes are easy and tasty!!

  11. Jay
    September 26th, 2012 at 05:26 | #11

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    I used the negative calorie diet about a year ago when I was having trouble getting a girlfriend. I went from 210lbs to 180 lbs. (I’m not sure of the time frame, but it didn’t take very long), and I am 5’10″ tall. The book says that it is better to do some of this diet than none at all. I always eat at all you can eat places, and I didn’t have a hard time finding the foods. I am a “hard core carnivore” (my words), so it was a big switch for me. I refuse to be a “veggie”, but it doesn’t hurt to do this or even incorporate it into your diet. If half of the food you eat is neg-cal that means you will have (approx.) 50% less calories than you would have other-wise. Try it, that is all I can tell you, if you don’t like it you can try something else. I also noticed that your body doesn’t need to break down your muscle tissue for energy so you don’t lose muscle. Most diets are just diuretics and don’t work, this will. PS: I got a girlfriend right after I lost the weight.

  12. Joe Sampson
    September 26th, 2012 at 22:05 | #12

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    I used to be 12 stone. I tried various diets to get my weght down, including the low carbohydrate diet.The only diet that worked is the one promoted in this book: namely a low fat vegan diet plus 30 minutes of exercise each day.
    I got my weight down to 8 stone 11 pounds using the ideas in this book.
    There is far more variety in my diet now than there was when I ate animal foods.

  13. A. Vegan
    September 27th, 2012 at 15:28 | #13

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    Foods don’t cause you to lose weight. There’s no secret. You do have to eat properly and get some exercise. No pill or tea or muscle contraption is going to help you to lose weight.

    Dr. Barnard agrees that foods derived from animals and animal byproducts are one of the worst things you can eat. I have the feeling carnivors won’t like this book because once you are set in your meat eating ways, it takes the force of an earthquake to change. Highly recommend this book to those open minded enough and/or desperate enough to lose weight without going hungry, and without having to follow dumb diets like the “peanut diet”, the “Atkins diet”, the “sushi diet”, etc… There’s also a lot of delicious recipes in the back of the book that are to die for.

    Try something different, you may just like it.

  14. Anonymous
    September 27th, 2012 at 22:26 | #14

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    After reading Dr. Barnard’s book, I changed my diet to only include the foods that he listed in the book. I lost 10 pounds in my first week alone. I feel great and have so much more energy. I don’t even have any cravings for the old junk I was eating. Everytime I go to the grocery store, I take Dr. Barnard’s book with me and if I forget whether or not I can buy a kind of food, I open up his book. I would recommend this book to anyone that needs to lose weight.

  15. Anonymous
    September 30th, 2012 at 06:51 | #15

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    This is a common sense book. It’s easy to follow, no measuring, counting calories. No eliminating breads like some other diets. I love my pasta and my bread. You can eat this all you want. I lost 10 pounds the first week. Basic concept: no meat, no dairy (except skim milk)

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