Unlike other studies on the importance of exercise, diet and lifestyle, Ian explains that sugars are actually a necessary part of life and should be encouraged for those who exercise. The current obsession with changing our diet as a method of controlling weight gain, and avoiding type 2 diabetes, is cited as part of the current problem (as this should be secondary to exercise).
Fast Movements make ALL runners winners! also suggests that by making small positive changes to how we think about diet and lifestyle will reduce the continuing rise in obesity, which has been prevalent for more than 40 years. For Ian, we should eat to live, not live to eat; we should use calories instead of burning calories. These, and other slight changes in our psychology, could move our thinking along and make society a much healthier place.
This book will appeal to health professionals and scientists in the field of physiology as well as those with a general interest in diet, exercise and lifestyle. Ian was inspired by Dieting Makes you Fat by Geoffrey Cannon.
Taschenbuch - 9781785893124 Verlag: Troubador Publishing Ltd Ersterscheinung: April 2017 ISBN-13: 9781785893124 Größe: 216 mm x 216 mm x 8 mm Gewicht: 289 Gramm 154 Seiten Versandfertig in 3-5 Tagen.