The Cheese Trap

The Cheese Trap

How Breaking A Surprising Addiction Will Help You Lose Weight, Gain Energy, and Get Healthy

Book - 2017
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Cites the health-compromising qualities of cheese and its immoderate consumption, outlining a radical program for losing weight, improving overall health, and managing cheese cravings.
Publisher: New York :, Grand Central Life & Style,, 2017
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9781455594689
1455594687
Characteristics: xxi, 298 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Burton, Dreena 1970-- Author

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ScienceMommy
Jun 13, 2017

I LOVED this book!
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Dr. Barnard, adjunct associate professor of medicine at George Washington Med School, is an engaging story teller who weaves in fascinating science and history. I learned for example how cheese is made, why it is so high in sodium and that many of the characteristic smells in various cheeses are the result of the same bacteria and/or their byproducts that cause body odor, stinky feet, or the smell of feces.
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Another interesting fact: Human breast milk cannot really be made into cheese -- because our milk is much lower in protein than that of cows and goats (perhaps evidence that our species does not really need so much protein?)
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This book also makes it clear that tons of good science suggests that cheese and dairy play a roll in many of the most common chronic diseases -- both types of diabetes, heart disease, many cancers, arthritis, migraines, acne, tendonitis and digestive issues....and this science is further supported by the clinical experience of many doctors who have seen amazing recoveries from these illnesses when people eliminate cheese and other dairy from their diets. Barnard explains, "The French Paradox," and some of the hidden reasons, why so few people have any idea this information even exists.
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The book is a quick read, full of engaging material with an index, references and an AMAZING looking set of recipes for many traditional comfort foods -- remade to be much healthier.

For more information, check out my list other books and websites on LPL's site titled, "GO DAIRY FREE."

https://lawrence.bibliocommons.com/list/share/342033177_sciencemommy/976965247_go_dairy_free
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