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Eat More & Lose Weight (Hans Diehl)(2003)
10-29-2011, 04:09 PM,
Eat More & Lose Weight (Hans Diehl)(2003)
This is dr. Hans Diehl's amazing video lecture Eat More & Lose Weight (2003) where one of America's leading nutrition experts discusses how you can actually eat more healthy food and lose weight at the same time. People of the whole world are becoming more and more fat by eating unhealthy food as advertised in a seductive manner by global food corporations. At the same time many obese individuals all around the world are looking for diets that would quickly fix their weight problem - with little or no success. As Diehl clearly demonstrates, no such quick fixes exist and also that no special diet is necessary at all if you can only switch for a healthier life style. It turns out that your body simply wasn't made to process all that junk food that has an enormous caloric yet miniscule nutritional value making you eat food that inevitably makes you fatter every day even if you excercise. He stresses a diet rich in vegetables, cooked dry beans and peas, fresh fruit, whole grains, some nuts and seeds in order to combat many chronic diseases responsible for enormous health bills worldwide. Find out how you can actually win in this losing game. 1h long. A must see for everyone.

Video specs:
Video codec: divx, 1500 kbps, 704x480, 30 fps
Audio codec: mp3, 128 kbps, 48 kHz, stereo


Please share this video with others, add links on other forums as I don't know many of them.
11-22-2011, 03:57 AM,
RE: Eat More & Lose Weight (Hans Diehl)(2003)
Weight loss is not hard. Just eat every 3 hours, get plenty of protein, keep your fat intake low and make sure your carbs are predominantly fibre based. Drink plenty of water too and EXERCISE.

Here's what happened to me after only a few months:

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11-22-2011, 11:05 AM,
RE: Eat More & Lose Weight (Hans Diehl)(2003)
I think it's good to have a few extra pounds on you, you'll be healthier in a food shortage with an extra camel hump.

I think fat is also good for you depending on the type and source of the fat. Inuit lived a diet almost exclusively consistent of seal and whale, blubber and all. Studies found they were strong as oxes (or narwhals if you prefer) until they started getting outside food goods. Can't recall the documentary but it was on the story of travelling dentist that reported on the health of some isolated cultures.

Another good Lecture that opened my eyes on a few fabrications of the modern institute of healthy consumption are a torrents few available from Sally Fallon

* Oiling of America
* Traditional Diets
* Nourishing Traditions (e-book)
There are no others, there is only us.
11-22-2011, 08:45 PM,
RE: Eat More & Lose Weight (Hans Diehl)(2003)
My point was to highlight the role of protein which is rarely mentioned by diet advocates. Fat is important, although if there was a food shortage that extra fat would be a hindrance as basically the heavier you are (fat or muscle mass) the more food you need - you only have to look at impoverished nations to see how many fat people there are (hardly any) amongst a food shortage and those folks were never fat to begin with either (so in terms of simply staying alive, fat has no bearing) - so with regards to your point about fat, I think its more accurate to say it is more beneficial in colder climates with a food shortage (the extra fat will keep you warmer) as opposed to the warmer regions in Africa, Asia and South America, but in regards to a food shortage the body tends to want to maintain the status quo and will only get bigger or smaller if it is forced to (and then want to maintain the new status quo) - a food shortage with excess weight will simply make you hungrier and more angry - food for thought (no pun intended) if a food shortage occurs in the fat western world.

Also you mentioned the Inuit diet, which while high in fat, is also high in protein hence why they were so strong as protein is essential to muscular development and functionality.

In my own opinion, true healthy eating is simply a modification of what pre-agricultural humanity was eating namely raw fruits and vegetables and better quality meat. The agricultural revolution changed our eating habits and not for the better either and may take thousands of years before humans are truly adapted to this type of diet. Simple eating is a very cheap thing to do but we have been conditioned since we were young to go for the unhealthier options loaded with additives, sugars and empty calories.

Speaking of calories they are very overrated mainly because our bodies do not operate in the way the apparatus to obtain caloric value in food is done. Basically our bodies do not incinerate food in the way it is done to obtain the value that makes it on the nutritional value segment on the reverse of products.

Can you remember what those 'outside food goods' were FT? I'd wager they were probably high in carbs and low in protein.
01-08-2014, 06:57 AM,
RE: Eat More & Lose Weight (Hans Diehl)(2003)
(01-07-2014, 07:14 AM)rickyadams47 Wrote: Crash dieting is definitely not the way to lose weight. If you do, chances are you're going to put the weight straight back on.If you want to lose weight permanently, then visit:

Please be sure to confirm the data on this site with alternate non-blog sources before attempting the stunts therein. While some of the information is wise (avoiding refined foods), other data may not be so spot on.

Consuming the amount of water suggested in one such post (1oz per 2lbs of body weight) may lead to water intoxication: Can You Drink Too Much Water?
Wikipedia: Water intoxication
HowStuffWorks: How can someone die from drinking too much water?

As I said, people are advised to conduct their own research prior to engaging in any diet modification or management activities. Assume everyone (including me) is factually in error (in other words, be sceptical), and you're on your way to independently weeding out the misinformation.

Metabolism and biology is personal (I dare say even subjective). There is no one method of dieting that works for everyone.
Truth appears in many forms. Find those that resonate with you.

- "If we do not believe in freedom of speech for those we despise, we do not believe in it at all." - Noam Chomsky
- "Humans are not a rational animal, but a rationalizing one." - Leon Festinger - The World In Action

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