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Why We Get Fat: And What to Do About It

Why We Get Fat: And What to Do About It - Gary Taubes Appendix: getting started with "no sugar, no starch" diet.When you are hungry, eat your choice of the following foods;- meat. beef, pork, ham (unglazed), bacon, lamb, veal or other meats. For processed meats (sausage, pepperoni, hot dogs), check the label -- carbo count should be about 1 gr per serving. -- poultry: chicken, turkey, duck or other fowl. -- fish and shellfish: any fish, including tuna, salmon, catfish, bass, trout, shrimp, scallops, crab, and lobster. -- eggs: whole eggs are permitted without restrictions. You do not have to limit quantities deliberately, but you should stop eating when you feel full.You do not have to avoid the fat that comes with the above foods.Foods that must be eaten every day:Salad greens: 2 cups a day. If it's a leaf, you may eat it.Vegetables: 1 cup, measured uncooked, a day. Bouillon: 2 cups daily -- as needed for sodium replenishment. Clear broth is strongly recommended, unless you are on a sodium-restricted diet for hypertension or heart failure. Foods allowed in limited quantities:Cheese -- up to 4 oz a day. Avoid processed cheeses, such as Velveeta. Check the label; carbo count should be