Zucker ist giftig, macht abhängig und krank – ist aber gleichzeitig allgegenwärtig. Zuckerfrei zu leben scheint geradezu unmöglich. Da wir heutzutage immer beschäftigt sind und kaum Zeit zum Kochen haben, greifen wir auf verarbeitete Lebensmittel zurück. Aber genau diese sind verantwortlich dafür, dass viele Menschen immer weiter zunehmen und Diabetes und chronische Krankheiten auf dem Vormarsch sind. Der Arzt und Professor Dr. Robert H. Lustig deckt die Wahrheit über zuckerreiche Nahrung auf: ·Zu viel Zucker kann schwere Krankheiten verursachen – selbst bei Menschen, die nicht übergewichtig sind ·Diäten, bei denen nur Fett reduziert wird, funktionieren nicht ·Die Lebensmittelindustrie reichert unsere Nahrungsmittel mit verstecktem Zucker an und auf solche Lebensmittel muss man verzichten, um diesen Zucker zu vermeiden. ·Die Politik macht sich mitschuldig und verschlimmert die Lebensmittelkatastrophe noch weiter Dieses Buch verändert die Sichtweise auf unsere Nahrung radikal und eröffnet zugleich die Chance auf ein gesünderes und glücklicheres Leben. Es bietet einzigartige und wissenschaftlich fundierte Strategien, wie man sinnvoll Gewicht verlieren und wieder fit werden kann.
New York Times Bestseller Robert Lustig’s 90-minute YouTube video “Sugar: The Bitter Truth”, has been viewed more than three million times. Now, in this much anticipated book, he documents the science and the politics that has led to the pandemic of chronic disease over the last 30 years. In the late 1970s when the government mandated we get the fat out of our food, the food industry responded by pouring more sugar in. The result has been a perfect storm, disastrously altering our biochemistry and driving our eating habits out of our control. To help us lose weight and recover our health, Lustig presents personal strategies to readjust the key hormones that regulate hunger, reward, and stress; and societal strategies to improve the health of the next generation. Compelling, controversial, and completely based in science, Fat Chance debunks the widely held notion to prove “a calorie is NOT a calorie”, and takes that science to its logical conclusion to improve health worldwide.
Two long-feuding kingdoms Chubolia, a place where everyone is fat and Thinsylvania, a country where everyone is thinfi nd themselves in the throes of battle when the prime minister of Thinsylvania, looking for someone to marry his prince, kidnaps the Chubolian princess. But Hamilton Fatz, the charmingly romantic Chubolian captain of the guard, and Big Jim McBiggins, a roguish mountain man, are in love with her and vow to bring her home. But fi rst they must cross the Belgies, an intimidating mountain range that separates the two countries. The two men begin an incredible adventure to rescue her and must overcome physical and psychological obstacles along the way.
The difference between the wrath of God and the wrath of your mother is that eventually God forgives you. Finley Anderson Tanner just landed a quaint new cottage on posh Palm Beach. Not bad for an underachieving, sample-sale-shopping paralegal -- until she finds the place in shambles. She should have known better than to accept her overbearing mother's offer to sell her a house unseen at a bargain-basement mortgage rate. Good-bye Rolex dreams. At this rate, she'll be shopping designer outlets forever. When Finley discovers a skeleton in her new closet, right where her Jimmy Choos should be, a total home renovation is the least of her worries. Sure, she knows how to catch a crook, but when a girl's sandwiched between sexy P.I. Liam McGarrity and her hot new boss, defense attorney Tony Caprelli, she can only be headed for commitment. To an institution. With her fabulous (but slightly more successful) friends to keep her sane and her interfering mother out of town, Finley vows to get this bad guy -- and decorate her new house -- even if she has to pay full price.
Confident at work but clueless at love, Claire is 40 and overweight—not a recipe she imagines can solve the romance gap. Dealing with her father’s death and an angry teen doesn’t make it easier. Finding no help from her ex, who is distracted by remarriage to a much younger woman, Claire copes by relying on a faithful circle of friends, a wicked sense of humor, and a new interest in fitness. When Claire meets Rob, a beguiling, slightly pudgy man at the gym, there is an instant connection. Just maybe she can haul the composure she finds at work into the gym with her. Or is it fat chance for that? ~ ~ ~ “A funny, moving portrait of a small-town Jewish community and the people who inhabit it, including a single mom coping with loss, a teen, and modern love. You’ll be rooting for Orenstein’s characters—especially her witty, lovably self-deprecating heroine—the whole way through.” — Jennifer Richler, author of essays appearing in The New York Times, Slate, Salon, and The Atlantic “Fat Chance is an evocative journey that sharpens our contact with what it means to be human. And it is a hilariously loving yet unflinching portrait of a woman imprisoned by the body she thinks isolates her from love and—maybe more important—sex. Orenstein is like a magician pulling pennies from the air, infusing the haunting with laughter, the seeming inescapability with hope, and in the end offers the surprising and poignant gift of a special kind of joy.” — Michael Adams, author of Blind Man’s Bluff and Anniversaries in the Blood
Can you become 'The Face' when you look like a pregnant rhinoceros? Lisa wants to know.Can you snatch a modelling contract when you're fourteen and a social outcast, with a mother who pumps donuts, hot dogs and chilli pancakes into you like there's no tomorrow?FAT CHANCE!
Plus-size Maggie O'Leary is America's Anti-Diet Sweetheart. Her informed column about the pitfalls of dieting is the one sane voice crying out against the dietocracy. She is perfectly happy with who she is and the life she leads. Until she gets the chance to spend some quality time with Hollywood's hottest star. Maggie knows she can't exactly show up looking like…well, herself. So she swallows her words and vows to become the skinniest fat advocate Tinseltown has ever seen. Swearing her trusted assistant to silence, Maggie embarks on a "secret" makeover. From showdowns with her boss, who is convinced his star columnist is losing her edge—er, girth—to run-ins with her closest male friend, the trip through the famed red door of beauty is anything but graceful. But despite her doubts about abandoning the comfortable life she's known—not to mention deceiving legions of loyal readers who still think of her as their champion, L.A.-bound Maggie is hell-bent on getting her just "desserts"! Bursting with wit, insight and humor, Deborah Blumenthal's Fat Chance is a guilt-free pleasure that is good to the last page!
Plus-size Maggie O'Leary is America's Anti-Diet Sweetheart. Her informed column about the pitfalls of dieting is the one sane voice crying out against the dietocracy.
Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-qformat:yes; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt; mso-para-margin:0in; mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:11.0pt; font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif"; mso-ascii-font-family:Calibri; mso-ascii-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-fareast-font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-fareast-theme-font:minor-fareast; mso-hansi-font-family:Calibri; mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-bidi-font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-bidi-theme-font:minor-bidi;} For every man or woman out there who is built for comfort, this is a book of great courage, funny and bizarre situations people find themselves on their journey to self-discovery and, hopefully, Love. As a woman who’s been all shapes and sizes, the author Leanino Haralu knows firsthand what it means to feel absolutely and profoundly frustrated at yourself for reaching out for that one piece of cake you know you don’t need. However, the beauty of life is, the sun will come out the next day and you will have another chance to meet break of dawn with a change in attitude. Conflicts lead to answers to a problem even though it may not be the answer you were expecting to find. Fat Chance is truly a story of inimitable cultural and societal paradoxes that doesn’t fail to mystify the best of us, but teaches us nonetheless some valuable life lessons.
In the year 2012, two childhood friends leave the small town of Tunis, Texas, for Los Angeles, with dreams of making it big in Hollywood. Raven Kensington is exquisitely-beautiful, with a trademark, Miss America smile. The African-American beauty is enormously-gifted, but knows that discrimination is still alive and well in Tinseltown. Raven's determined to make her dreams become reality. Once she arrives in Hollywood, no one denies that she's gorgeous, she's just "not the right race, or size, for Hollywood." Raven refuses to give up. After years of blood, sweat, and tears, she reluctantly accepts a stereotypical role, that turns out to be a blessing in disguise. Rebecca Simms is a blonde, blue-eyed beauty, with a bright smile. By Hollywood's standards, "Becky," is the reflection of beauty. However, Becky's size-eight frame isn't thin enough for Tinseltown. After years of struggling in Hollywood, Becky finally receives her big break, and it's an opportunity of a lifetime. Things are finally looking up for Raven and Becky, when tragedy strikes. One of them will conform to the pressures of Hollywood, and dying to be thin, will cost one of the beauties, her life. Michelle Cole is masterful, as she tells this truly inspiring story, as only she can. It's the story of hopes, dreams, love, friendships, and life's triumphs and tragedies. It's the story of an extraordinary woman, who fought for herself, and for all those, who want to be treated as the beautiful, individual human beings that we all are, not treated as colors, or sizes. F.A.T. CHANCE is a story, that speaks, to everyone!
Daphne Schneider has been made fun of most of her life, even by those who supposedly love her. Most people would characterize her perspective on life as cold-hearted; Daphne calls it honesty. After relocating to the Florida Keys with her husband, Daphne’s best friend shows up. What began as a long weekend to reminisce with Lisa turns into a bizarre, permanent arrangement that spurs a landslide. Daphne’s husband is a rigid man who dislikes noise or disruption, but he uncharacteristically warms to Lisa’s loud and carefree ways. Daphne pushes away suspicious doubts and rationalizes their affectionate relationship. During a bitter argument, John reveals why he married her. Love was never involved. Daphne’s world begins to crumble. For the first time in her life, she takes matters into her own hands and fights back. Daphne’s crude sense of humor sees her through several crime sprees. The dead bodies are piling up. Daph never guessed revenge could be so fun. She soon finds out its also addicting.
'A ballsy paean to self-determination and body confidence ... will leave you dizzy but exhilarated ... if you read one heart-breaking yet bouncy true-life memoir this year, make sure it's this one' Sunday Times Louise McSharry's passion is to talk to young women (and the men who love them) about being a woman in the modern world. Drawing on her own thirtysomething years of life, in her memoir Fat Chance she writes about everything from surviving a messed up childhood, to crashing out of education and still making it, to figuring out sex, weight, feminism, make-up, friendship, workplace politics and a whole lot more. Though she has the raw material (the early death of her father; her mother's descent into alcoholism; cancer) it was impossible for Louise to write a miserable book. So, though it has its sad moments, Fat Chance is honest, upbeat, irreverent and inspirational - just like a long chat with a best friend. A fabulous, funny and wise best friend! 'An absolutely stunning piece of work ... just a fantastic book' Roisin Ingle, Irish Times 'A brave, heart-breaking yet sometimes funny account of a life full of the issues all women encounter but rarely admit out loud' Examiner 'An open and honest straight-shooting chronicle of a rollercoaster life' RTE Guide 'Heartbreakingly honest. A sharp, well-observed, and ultimately inspirational read. Every woman should read this book' Louise O'Neill 'Louise's life reads like a thriller - I had goose-bumps throughout! Brave, funny, emotional and totally relatable' Roz Purcell 'Hugely enjoyable. So honest and insightful. I loved the positivity and the REALNESS!' Una Mullaly 'Both heart-warming and heart-breaking. Vividly raw and surprisingly visceral' Angela Scanlon 'Searingly honest' Daily Star 'Funny and heart-breaking' Sunday Mirror 'I LOVED your book ... you are inspirational!' Marian Keyes, Twitter 'Loved your book. I feel like you've been writing me incredibly personal letters and that we're now best friends' Shirley Temple Bar, Twitter 'I recommend it to EVERYONE. Really warm, witty and wise' Fatti Burke, Twitter 'A mighty woman, with cojones the size of Mexico and coolness in the face of adversity not seen since John Wayne's heyday' Irish Independent 'She's a straight shooter, honest and to the point' The Herald
The companion cookbook to the New York Times bestseller Fat Chance Fat Chance became an instant New York Times bestseller. Robert Lustig’s message that the increased sugar in our diets has led to the pandemic of chronic disease over the last thirty years captured our national attention. Now, in The Fat Chance Cookbook, Lustig helps us put this information into action for ourselves. With more than 100 recipes as well as meal plans, nutritional analyses, shopping lists, and food swaps, he shows us easy ways to drastically reduce sugar and increase fiber to lose weight and regain health – both for ourselves and for our families. Lustig also shows us how to navigate the grocery store with handy lists for stocking the pantry as well as how to read a food label in order to find hidden sugars and evaluate fiber content. Accessible, affordable, and geared toward lasting results, The Fat Chance Cookbook will be a fun and easy roadmap to better health for the whole family.
In a series of diary entries, thirteen-year-old Judi recounts her struggles to lose weight, hide her bulimia from her mother, find a boy friend, and decide on a profession.
Most atheists don’t know that there’s never been an atheist president, that no members of Congress are atheists, and that in seven states it’s illegal for atheists to run for office. Atheists are convinced that atheism is intellectual when it’s the exact opposite. There is nothing more foolish than believing the scientific impossibility that nothing created everything. Ray addresses this fact, at the same time showing that there is credible scientific evidence for God, and exposing what atheists are doing to the once great country. This is a book that you can give to your partying and boozy neighbor, your likeable but unsaved Uncle Fred, or the Christian mom who is grieved that her beloved church-going son has turned atheist. America is having a revival of atheism, and is being swallowed by moral darkness. This book is a small but powerful light. Written to help reach atheists because of the horrid reality of Hell Contains a clear gospel presentation to help Christians share the power of God’s grace Here is the book to give away to those who are wandering into the darkness of atheism.
“A fresh, heartwarming voice.” —Jodi Thomas, New York Times bestselling author For champion professional knitter Dymphna Pearl, inheriting part of a sun-blasted ghost town in the Texas hill country isn’t just unexpected, it’s a little daunting. To earn a cash bequest that could change her life, she’ll have to leave California to live in tiny, run-down Fat Chance for six months—with seven strangers. Impossible! Or is it? Trading her sandals for cowboy boots, Dymphna dives into her new life with equal parts anxiety and excitement. After all, she’s never felt quite at home in Santa Monica anyway. Maybe Fat Chance will be her second chance. But making it habitable is going take more than a lasso and Wild West spirit. With an opinionated buzzard overlooking the proceedings and mismatched strangers learning to become friends, Dymphna wonders if unlocking the secrets of her own heart is the way to strike real gold.
12 y.o. Tessa is fat, isolated and teased at school because of her weight. Tessa decides that losing weight will solve all her problems, including her parents' impending divorce. 10 yrs+

Best Books