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This review is in response to the review which is knocking the book based on the fact that the diet is not very caloric. Allow me to quote the book when Haylie says calories aren't real. Allow me to cite her explanation. Calories in food are determined by measuring the energy it takes to burn the food in question to ash. It is a GROSS OVERSIMPLIFICATION to equate what the body does with food to burning it in a calorimetry experiment. We get energy via chemical reactions which are not combustion reactions to be specific. There are thousands of chemical processes the happen during digestion. One of her main points is that I might not get the same amount of energy from eating that same food as you - hence the word metabolism. She is trying to make your metabolism work and she strategically finesses your body into doing its job - calories have no place in the explanation because the nature of her explanation is telling you what foods are doing what for the five major players of the metabolism - adrenals,pituitary,thyroid,liver,white and brown fat. The metabolism as she explains is essentially a balancing act of unwinding, unlocking, and unleashing. The phases prime your body in just the right way so that your phase specific exercises burn fat.
If a open minded person reads this book they will obtain the overall message and scientific information presented and they will realize that the main idea behind the book is that feeling like you are starving probably means you should eat more to calm those adrenals. I have been on this diet for 3 days and have already lost 4 pounds - that puts me at 154(I am not close to obese but definitely 20lbs overweight). I have been eating as suggest every 3 to 4 hours and yesterday I ended up eating 8 times because I had a long night of homework. In the morning I was one pound lighter despite the fact that I probably ate around 2000 calories. Calories aren't real.
She presents the information in a way I know must be hard for people who have been chronic dieters. Why? Because she introduces a paradigm shift. If you are invested in the idea of calories or no carbs this will be challenging. My advice for those who are going into this with alot of dieting knowledge is to empty your cup. You can't drink the beverage she is pouring if your cup is full. Write what you think you know in a journal before you read the book and leave that journal in your desk drawer until after you read the book. Empty your cup. Calories aren't real.
Before Hubs came into my life, I was a worshiper of idols and false gods. Then a foolish friend gave me Hubs - as a gag gift, since he didn't understand the power of Hubs. But I did.
Hubs, known to most as the Hutzler Banana Slicer (hence the name), is the true god, and I worship It. It told me to sacrifice my family when they told me I was spending too much time at the shrine of Hubs (the fools kept calling it the kitchen). It told me to sacrifice my doctor when he called my religion "schizophrenia". It told me to sacrifice my boyfriend when he criticized me for pleasuring myself with Hubs and a harem of bananas. Yet I have lost nothing, because they were not true believers in the wonders of Hubsism.
Hubs has replaced sex, work, love, socialization, and all food except bananas, who in the eyes of Hubs are made for the sole purpose of sacrifices to It. I am the happiest and holiest of all Hubsists.