The Fast Metabolism Diet Cookbook: Eat Even More Food and Lose Even More Weight

The Fast Metabolism Diet Cookbook: Eat Even More Food and Lose Even More Weight

The Fast Metabolism Diet Cookbook: Eat Even More Food and Lose Even More Weight

Turn your kitchen into a secret weapon for losing up to 20 pounds in 28 days through the fat-burning power of food!
 
 Use food as medicine to cook your way healthy in this must have companion to the bestselling diet sensation, The Fast Metabolism Diet. You will find over 200  simple, effective, mouthwatering, family-pleasing recipes designed to evoke change in your body with a plan that celebrates food, thrives on variety, and has you eating five to six times a day according to a three

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  1. 275 of 287 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    MY PERSONAL EXPERIENCE, February 14, 2014
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    KamaYama (Charlottesville, VA) –

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    This review is from: The Fast Metabolism Diet Cookbook: Eat Even More Food and Lose Even More Weight (Hardcover)

    First off, let me start by saying that I normally don’t post too many reviews about the products I order. Not because I like or dislike the product (unless I get absolutely shoddy customer service, but that has not been the case with the majority of items I have purchased). I wasn’t paid to review this product or try the diet, nor do I know anyone who is affiliated with the company. I’m simply just a chubby woman who was looking for a reasonable, realistic diet to shed some unwanted pounds. I bought the book along with the cookbook (and have subsequently ordered other “Fast Metabolism” cookbooks from other vendors- some good, some not so good).

    The book is a quick and easy read and despite knowing quite a bit about nutrition, contained some good information that was useful to me. There are a couple of inconsistencies with portions and food lists, but you do have to implement SOME common sense in its use! The additional cookbook is handy because it gives you a lot of other meal ideas so you dont geel like you are stuck eating the same types of things over and over again. It does take a bit to get in a rhythm of how and what you should eat. I found myself frantically chopping/buying/wasting food until I I figured some things out on my own and now it is much easier.

    My biggest suggestions are to eat the same things (or just change up dinner) and both or all three days of the appropriate phase. I am simply not bothered by eating the same exact things on Day 1 and 2, and again on Day 3 and 4 but I change it up a little on Days 5, 6 and 7. I also found it is easier to eat the same dinners throughout the subsequent weeks so I have to cook less. I actually bought an upright freezer because I had so many leftovers and I find it is a complete joy not to have to cook some weeks. I also had 2 crock pots going at one time, while I was on a cooking frenzy and that also helped. Someone posted on these forums 9and believe me i read virtually all of the reviews prior to odering) that the caloric intake is pretty low. I didn’t put everything on my tracker but I am pretty sure it is low. Eat another salad or a bunch of steamed veggies if you get hungry. I took my array of multivitamins and supplments so I know I am not lacking in any nuttrional value. if you were a skinny minny and could eat whatever you wanted you probably wouldnt be interested in this book anyway.

    I didn’t struggle too much with this diet, mostly because I spent nearly a year on the quasi Paleo diet; gave up bread, refined sugars and paid a lot of attention to what I was buying/eating. For me the Paleo diet has some great concepts but not all of them I want to live with on a sustained basis. For the most part I wasn’t fantasizing about what I couldn’t eat and for the most part didn’t feel like I was going hungry. Phase 1 and 3 are great, Phase 2 sucks a little and I did get sugar and bread cravings but I also found my weight loss was the greatest during this phase. Plus it is only 2 days so you can gut it out!

    Let me re-iterate that I am a total foodie. I love food, I love to eat, I love my adult beverages. I love cheese, aged meats, butter, a good crispy baguette and the occasional fried or junk food. I am also 42 years old and look at a french fry and it goes straight to my hips! I look forward to indulging on a pizza and some wine at the end of my fourth week on this diet! I also know that I am going to start back up on again or at least adopt a variant of it, because it has actually worked for me. My goal is to lose 30 lbs just so you get an idea of where I stand with expectations.

    Now for the results. I am nearing the end of week 3 of this diet but actually couldn’t wait to post about it because I am actually impressed. It is actually week 5 but on the Saturday of the second week I took a staycation, went out to see a live MMA fight and knew way before I started the diet that I was going to go off of it for those 2 days. At the end of that second week I had lost 8 pounds. Now when I say I went “off” the diet, let me explain: that Saturday I had a 3 course meal of thai food, 2 glasses of wine, 3x 24oz. stadium kegs beers and a plate of shared french fries from the venue of the fight. I continued on through the evening by indugling in a few more beers and then switched to some vodka/lemon drinks washed down with fried potato skins, nachos and topped off with a wobbly street vendor hot dog! Not exactly moderation you might say! I ate regular toast and bacon the next day with my IHop breakfast and probably crammed a couple of other food items that are not diet efficient that following Sunday. Obviously my stomach wasn’t very happy with me and I gained back 5 pounds. So the way I look at it, I was only down 3 pounds in 2 weeks. I started over and I have been very,very good (thankfully the next MMA fight is at the end of my fourth week, so pizza and wine, here I come!) I have lost 9 more…

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  2. 102 of 108 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    “INSPIRING, HELPFUL TIPS, COLORFUL PHOTOS, AND MORE!”, December 31, 2013
    By 
    Author/Reviewer Geri Ahearn (Phoenix, AZ) –
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    Haylie Pomroy delivers an inspiring book on how to heal your metabolism with 28 days of delicious food, how to repair your metabolism and your entire relationship with food, and portrays learning to love food again. The author reflects on relearning to love, taste, and smell food. In addition, she provides information on food texture, and all the ways that food nourishes your body and soul.

    Haylie Pomroy discusses a diet that requires you to eat 5 times a day, or more, by using food to fuel your weight loss. Her website is included as she defines the fast metabolism diet. She shows us how to use the food to heal your body and discusses the liver, adrenals, thyroid, and more. Included in this book are The Rules; The DO’S; The DONT’S; and information on how to become a thinner and healthier you.

    There is a guide to portion sizes, measurement charts and the recipes are designed to build muscle, burn fat, and support hair-skin-nails. There is also a pocket guide, information on how to eat and exercise, and how to unleash the burn. The recipes include Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and Desserts. The number of servings are provided, along with colorful and inviting photos. Some of the recipes are: Sweet Potato Pancakes; Sloppy Joe Turkey Wrap; Burgers; Soups; Salads; Snacks; and more. We made the Chicken Sausage Bowl, which was delicious. There are also recipes for Smoothies; and Dips And Dressings. This is a very cool book on how to live a healthy life. Highly recommended!

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  3. 203 of 223 people found the following review helpful
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    Few recipes I’d use, January 11, 2014
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    Jane Holiday (New York, NY) –

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    This review is from: The Fast Metabolism Diet Cookbook: Eat Even More Food and Lose Even More Weight (Hardcover)
    I’ve been having success on the Fast Metabolism Diet and was very much looking forward to a bank of recipes to make figuring out what to eat easier and mire interesting, especially during phase two.
    I was so excited when it arrived. I set down with my post it’s an pen already to mark the recipes I wanted to try. I don’t think I found more than two or three each section. Quite a number of them I’ve seen before and other books or articles.
    And while I was also looking forward to some snack ideas, these are not what I would call recipes… “Cinnamon dusted Apple.” Here’s the recipe: “Core and slice the apples and sprinkle with cinnamon just before eating.” Really? That’s a recipe? And how about “Watermelon with Mint? The recipe? “Top the watermelon cubes with mint and enjoy.”
    This book was disappointing. I wish I had just taken it out of the library and copied what I needed.

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