The Rapid Fat Loss Handbook: A Scientific Approach to Crash Dieting

The Rapid Fat Loss Handbook: A Scientific Approach to Crash Dieting

Lyle McDonald

Language: English

Pages: 93

ISBN: 0967145643

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

The Rapid Fat Loss Handbook
A Scientific Approach to Crash Dieting

About the Book

The Rapid Fat Loss Handbook offers a scientifically based approach to quick weight and fat loss. Recognizing that people need or simply want to lose weight and fat rapidly, I set out to develop the safest, most effective way of accomplishing that goal.

I based the program around the idea of creating a diet that would provide the fewest calories possible while still providing all of the essential nutrients required by the body: protein, essential fatty acids, vitamins and minerals. This provides simply the safest and sanest way to lose fat quickly without sacrificing health (or muscle mass).

Every aspect about how to set up the diet is laid out in a step by step form and the diet is based around whole foods that can be found at any market. With purchase of the book, you’ll also receive instructions for how to access an online calculator that will set up the diet and provide food recommendations.

As well, the diet also incorporates concepts I’ve discussed on this site: free meals, refeeds and full diet breaks to help with both adherence and the body’s tendency to fight back when dieting. Guidelines are provided for when to take them, how to use them, etc.

In addition, guidelines for moving back to maintenance, as well as for using the program to transition into a more moderate fat loss diet are provided in detail.

Specific training guidelines are also provided in order to provide the best results with the least time investment. Massive amounts of exercise aren’t needed; quite in fact, too much exercise while on the rapid fat loss program can hinder results. Quite in fact, for the extremely overweight, no exercise is actually required to reap the benefits of the program.

The book provides specific recommendations (for everyone from beginners to advanced trainees) for both resistance training and aerobic activity in terms of how often and how much will provide the best results.

As well, realizing that most people can’t or won’t join a gym, I developed a small home-exercise handbook outlining a basic routine that can be followed with no or minimal equipment. This is included with your purchase as a digital download.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Just how quickly?
Chapter 2: When is a crash diet appropriate?
Chapter 3: Basic nutrition overview
Chapter 4: Nutrient Metabolism Overview
Chapter 5: An Overview of the Diet
Chapter 6: Estimating body fat percentage
Chapter 7: Exercise
Chapter 8: Setting up the diet
Chapter 9: Metabolic slowdown and what to do about it
Chapter 10: Free meals, refeeds and diet breaks
Chapter 11: Ending the Diet – Introduction
Chapter 12: Moving to Maintenance: Non-counting Method Part 1
Chapter 13: Moving to Maintenance: Non-counting Method Part 2
Chapter 14: Moving to Maintenance: Calculation method
Chapter 15: Back To Dieting
Appendix 1: BMI and Body fat charts















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