Eat Rich, Live Long: Mastering the Low-Carb & Keto Spectrum for Weight Loss and Longevity

By | June 13, 2019

You can take control of your health, lose weight, prevent disease, and enjoy a long and healthy life. The unique nutritional program outlined in Eat Rich, Live Long is designed by experts to help you feel great while you eat delicious and satisfying foods.

Millions of people have gotten healthy through low-carb plans over the years—and a growing number have discovered the wonderful benefits of ketogenic (Keto) nutrition. Many are confused, though, about how low-carb they should go. Now, Eat Rich, Live Long reveals how mastering the low-carb/Keto spectrum can maximize your weight loss and optimize your health for the long term.

In this book, Ivor Cummins, a world-class engineer and technical master for a huge global tech corporation, and Dr. Jeff Gerber, a family doctor who is widely regarded as a global leader in low-carb nutrition, team up to present their unique perspectives from their extensive clinical, medical, and scientific/research experience. Together, Cummins and Gerber crack the code that shows you how to eat the foods you enjoy, lose weight, and regain robust health. They reveal how the nutritional “experts” have gotten it so wrong for so long by demonizing healthy natural fats in our diets and focusing on cholesterol and LDL as the villains. In fact, as the authors reveal by drawing on the latest peer-reviewed global research, eating a high percentage of natural fats, a moderate amount of protein, and a low percentage of carbs can help you lose weight, prevent disease, satisfy your appetite, turn off your food cravings, and live longer.

The heart of Eat Rich, Live Long is the book’s prescriptive program, which includes a 7-day eating plan, a 14-day eating plan, and more than 50 gourmet-quality low-carb high-fat recipes –illustrated with gorgeous full-color photographs — for breakfasts, lunches, appetizers, snacks, dinners, drinks, and desserts. Low-carb never tasted so good!

Nutritional sacred cows are constantly being challenged in the media. How much fat should we eat — and which kinds of fats are best? Which fats can contribute to diabetes, heart disease, and early mortality? Does a high-protein diet increase muscle mass and lead to vigorous health – or can it promote aging, cancer, and early mortality? Which vitamins and minerals should we be taking, if any? How do we change our metabolism so that our bodies burn fat instead of all the sugars we consume? Does intermittent fasting really work? Eat Rich, Live Long lays out the truth based on the latest scientific research.

Eat Rich, Live Long will change the way you look at eating.  Meanwhile you will lose weight – and look and feel great.

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3 Comments

Anonymous on 06/13/2019 at 02:12.

Review from cholesterol expert I am a Stanford trained internist, a lipidologist (cholesterol expert), and hypertension specialist………and these guys have it 100% correct. As a cholesterol expert, I figured out years ago that LDL cholesterol is meaningless and that all of the other markers of inflammation (CRP, LpPLA2, myeloperoxidase, and others) and monitoring INSULIN levels are where it is at when it comes to increasing healthspan and preventing chronic diseases. The book is well designed and will appeal to those…

Anonymous on 06/13/2019 at 02:40.

Great Book with Life Changing Information Excellent book full of great information about getting healthy. After following Ivor and Jeff over the past 8 months, I was anxiously awaiting this book. Highly recommended. The more I study and learn about the human machine the more I am thankful for the Engineer that created the universe and its finely-tuned, complex creatures like us. Fascinating.I have been eating low carb (LCHF) since 5/2017 and starting in December modified my diet and started eating an LCHF ketogenic diet…

Anonymous on 06/13/2019 at 03:01.

Lose the Lousy, Gain Your Health! Ivor Cummins and Jeffry Gerber have written a book that is both rigorous enough to satisfy the science-minded and approachable enough to nourish those who just want to know what to eat and why!In the first section (Chapters 1-5), the authors debunk the “bad scientific methods, groupthink, and hubris [that] have created a modern monster” – the carbohydrate laden, low-fat diet, which promised us better health but instead marched lockstep with increases in obesity, diabetes, and other…

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