There is a new book set to come out in early August called "The Carb Lover's Diet." It is based on a theory of "resistant starch," certain carbohydrates that supposedly function essentially as fiber. Has anyone heard of this? I perused a few sample diets from their book, they call for tons of grains, pasta, etc. Ugh. I'm not sure what kind of a "diet" this even is, at it seems to be what most people eat anyway. I'm not buying the logic behind it-a carb is a carb. We all know here there is little to zero nutritional value in things like pasta and bread. Anything you can get from pasta and bread, you can get elsewhere, without the harmful stuff. That's my take on it. I've been primal for about 2 months now (with cheat days too), and I've dropped 10 pounds without trying. And even with cheating. I love it.
No announcement yet.
"Carb Lover's Diet"