The underburner's diet: how to rid your body of excess fat forever

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Dell Pub., Mar 1, 1988 - Health & Fitness - 271 pages
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Addressing the fact that different bodies handle the same amount of calories differently, this guide shows that underburners burn up to 700 fewer calories per day than normal weight people. This diet program shows women how to use certain foods to increase metabolism and trigger weight loss.

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This is a fabulous book which addresses what no other diet has taken into consideration. Other diets assume we each handle calories the same way, like a B shoe width should fit everyone. Dr. Edelstein addresses the 'underburner' metabolism which does best when it is in Ketosis. I am an under burner and always have been. I bought and read this book many years ago. It is invaluable for those of us with the super- efficient underburner metabolic systems.
Joanne Melnyk


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