Details Of The Diet

You can eat as much as you like of these, preferable fried in plenty of fat, BUT WITH NO FLOUR, BATTER OR BREADCRUMBS. Cheese comes next. You can have all you want, especially the high-fat kinds like Brie, Gruyere and Camembert. Ordinary English or New Zealand Cheddar is excellent, cheap and contains no carbohydrate at all. Your drinks must be sugar-free. Beer, which contains a lot of carbohydrate, is strictly forbidden. You can drink unlimited coffee or tea...

William Bantings Diet

Breakfast Four or five ounces of beef, mutton, kidneys, broiled fish, bacon or cold meat of any kind except pork. One small biscuit or one ounce of dry toast. A large cup of tea without milk or Sugar Lunch Five or six ounces of any fish except salmon, any meat except pork, any vegetable except potato. Any kind of poultry or game. One ounce of dry toast. Fruit. Two or three glasses of good claret, sherry or Madeira. (Champagne, port and beer were forbidden.) Tea Two or three ounces of fruit. A...

Eat Fat And Grow Slim

By Richard Mackarness, M.B.,B.S. (1960) A simple explanation of how most people get fat and how they can easily become slim again without starving or enduring unpleasant diets. 1. What Makes A Fat Man 2. The Calorie 3. Objections To High-Fat 4. Eating Fat And Growing Slim In Fat Less Expensive Diet For Eating At Eating Away From Middle-Income Group Eating At Eating At The More Expensive 5. Facts And Fancies About 43 44 6. Summing Appendix by Sir Heneage Ogilvie, KBE, DM, M CH, FRCS Consultant...

Biochemical Aspects Of Protein

Fat cannot be made up from protein in the body to any appreciable extent. Protein draws up the body fires (increases metabolism) and helps to burn up fat stores. This is called the specific dynamic actions (S.D.A.) of protein. Proteins are essential for health because without them the body cannot make certain hormones and enzymes (chemical regulators) concerned in energy exchange reactions, growth and repair. These three points naturally prompt the question why not an exclusively lean-meat...