Let’s explore with Dr. Greger the rapid weight loss benefits of vinegar, yacon syrup, flax seeds, and black cumin, as well as the fascinating effects of light on our natural, inner body clocks or circadian rhythms for weight control.
Join Kathy Taylor on a video journey through the landmark book on reversing the world-wide Obesity Epidemic, How Not to Diet by Dr. Michael Greger. Whether you need to lose 50+ pounds or that last pesky five pounds, Dr. Greger’s evidence-based “tips, tricks, hacks and tweaks” for healthy, fast tracked weight loss will be a support to help you achieve your goal. Kathy’s weekly videos will chronicle her adventures of discovery and weight loss as she applies the research studies at home.
Kathy Taylor moderates the 6D Book Club groups exploring How Not To Diet and you will find her weekly study guide questions below.
Food for Thought - Week Eleven Study Guide
How much vinegar should we consume daily for weight loss? Pp. 302-303
What syrup caused test subjects to lose 30 lbs. and 4 inches off their waists in 120 days? P. 304
Which provides more weight loss, ground chia or flax seeds? Pp. 306-307
What are the amazing benefits of ¼ tsp. of black cumin daily? Pp. 312-313
Does skipping breakfast help with weight loss? Pp. 318-319
How does circadian rhythm affect our bodily functions? P. 320
How does the time of meals affect weight loss? Pp. 321-322
Explain the “King, Prince, Pauper” method of eating. Pp. 323-325
Why are we metabolically crippled at night? Pp. 327-328
What are the triple benefits from eating breakfast? Pp. 328
If light cues falling on our eyes keep our central and local body clocks in sync, what helps to drive our internal body clocks that are not exposed to light? P. 330
About the author Dr Michael Greger
Dr. Greger is a physician, New York Times bestselling author, and internationally recognized speaker on nutrition, food safety, and public health issues. A founding member and Fellow of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine, Dr. Greger is licensed as a general practitioner specializing in clinical nutrition. He is a graduate of the Cornell University School of Agriculture and Tufts University School of Medicine. In 2017,
Dr. Greger was honored with the ACLM Lifestyle Medicine Trailblazer Award and became a diplomat of the American Board of Lifestyle Medicine.
Kathy Taylor loves to learn and share! She earned a Masters’ Degree in Integrating the Arts, M.Ed., from Leslie University, Cambridge, Mass., and completed her Plant Based Nutrition Certification from The T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies, Cornell University. She has taught for many years in Middle School, Elementary and College classrooms. During two years of concentrated study, effort and twenty-six weeks of training at True North Health Center in Santa Rosa, CA, Kathy was able to lose over 200 pounds using medically supervised water-only fasting and WFPB eating. She is a proud member of The National Health Association.