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Dr. Neal Barnard's Program for Reversing Diabetes: The Scientifically Proven System for Reversing Diabetes Without Drugs (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 29 mar 2008

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  • Copertina flessibile: 272 pagine
  • Editore: Rodale Pr; Reprint edizione (29 marzo 2008)
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ISBN-10: 1594868107
  • ISBN-13: 978-1594868108
  • Peso di spedizione: 318 g
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Un libro molto ben documentato, con precisi riferimenti scientifici, ricco di suggerimenti pratici, indispensabile per i nutrizionisti e per tutti i diabetici
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Excellent book packed with great advice. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Dr Barnard has developed an amazing theory. The service was excellent too, quick and faultless.
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Sapevo cosa potevo aspettarmi da questo libro: chiarezza, sinteticità, fatti e l'inconfondibile stile del Dottor Barnard. Un buon libro, cosigliato.
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61 di 65 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
3.0 su 5 stelle This diet seems to improve my insulin sensitivity, but with significant drawbacks 6 dicembre 2015
Di Stacie Hieronymus - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
I guess I have to begin by saying that if I didn't have rapid acting insulin, there is no way I could experiment with Barnard's diet. The modest bowl of oatmeal he recommends for breakfast, even omitting the apples he suggests with it, easily spikes me 150 points and would take hours to come down without exogenous insulin. That said, my insulin resistance has become a significant problem in managing my T2D, so I was willing to play along, correct or anticipate highs, and see what the effects were. I'm glad I did, because I am seeing improvement in insulin sensitivity. While I still have to treat with insulin, it is more effective once in my system. My fasting numbers have declined to near-normal range, and I've cut back on my nightly long-acting insulin to compensate.

Unfortunately, some of the drawbacks of Barnard's low-fat vegan diet also became clear instantly. My skin went from supple and moist to dry and cracked within a couple of days. This is particularly difficult on my hands, which get washed multiple times a day for blood sugar testing. While eating very low carb/high fat, I never needed to use lotions or moisturizers, but now my hands look and feel terrible without some. My weight also initially went up on Barnard's plan, but seems to have reverted back to my current setpoint. Probably most significantly, my performance at the gym has suffered, and a workout that I should have recovered from in a couple of days took a full week for the soreness to go.

All in all, incorporating certain high-carb, fiber-rich foods into the diet while avoiding oils and fats seems like a productive, if counterintuitive, approach to treating cellular insulin resistance. The benefits of fiber and a plant-rich diet are myriad, but Barnard's insistence that dietary cholesterol, for instance, results in elevated blood cholesterol levels, isn't really where the science is today. His description of fatty acids in the bloodstream (which are necessary for life and used by the body in countless ways) as "grease" is also pretty frustratingly silly. His emphasis on heavily processed soy products as a routine part of the diet is hard for me to take, as a fan of real, whole foods. I actually haven't been able to bring myself to purchase the packaged, factory-produced "fake meats" he encourages readers to eat. I'm not anti-soy and usually keep a supply of natto on hand, but I'm not in the habit of buying dietary staples in boxes and don't really want to start.

Don't attempt this diet without a glucose meter, and pay attention to what your body is telling you. There seems to be a lot more known about the type of mitochondrial dysfunction (part of the insulin resistance puzzle) in diabetes today than when Barnard wrote this book, but I'm glad I've read this and have some additional tools in my treatment arsenal. If I have to inject insulin anyway, why not enjoy nutrient dense whole foods like oats, lentils, and beans?

Updated: I eventually had to abandon Barnard's approach entirely. My blood sugars were swinging wildly because of the carb load, and one morning I recorded a 317 after breakfast, with attendant mood swings. The insulin required to compensate for eating so many carbs was also causing weight gain. I'm now experimenting with a whole-foods version of the Newcastle calorie-restricted diet and have gone off of short acting insulin entirely and my nightly dose of Levemir is about half what it was. Clearly there are a number of diabetics who aren't as carb-sensitive as I am, but for those who are more toward my end of the spectrum, Barnard's diet is a bad idea.
15 di 16 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle This has worked wonders for me! 16 agosto 2016
Di lapointe - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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In early June of this year, after being treated with prednisone for pneumonia, we discovered the prednisone had tripled my blood sugar and resulted in a diabetes diagnosis. At the time, my A1C tested at 10.1. I was feeling miserable and determined that I would turn it around. I read Dr. Barnard's book - which is straightforward and easy to understand. I immediately switched to a whole foods, plant-based diet. 2 months later, I was retested and my A1C had dropped to 6.8 (just .3 above normal). My doctor was thrilled! If my A1C remains below 7 for the next 6 months, I will be able to stop the low dose medication I'm on completely and just be diet-controlled.

I know for some people, giving up meat and dairy seems hard and like a huge sacrifice, however, I firmly believe that (a) it's not as hard as you think it is going to be and (b) if it means going off medications and not having diabetes complications like blindness, amputations, etc. - it's well worth it.
16 di 17 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle ... the lifestyle where we're both losing weight and feeling better. Too bad he had to get to "borderline ... 26 gennaio 2016
Di Charlie Chaplin - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Going on this program has helped lower hubby's glucose levels as well as given us the lifestyle where we're both losing weight and feeling better. Too bad he had to get to "borderline diabetes" for us to change our ways. We're now vegans (eating lots of fruits and veggies; staying away from dairy, fats, and animal protein) and getting way more exercise. We're also looking at nutrition labels more, and it is deplorable how much sugar can be consumed via products we used to buy. It is in foods I don't understand there being a need for sweetening at all. We Americans really need to start paying attention and seeking better ways to lead our lives. I feel ashamed for not previously taking the sensible approach written about in this book.
9 di 9 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle I wish I had read this 20 years ago 2 ottobre 2013
Di Bill F - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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For the last 15 years I have been very hesitant to eat any carbs as all the "experts" said that was the only way to have any hope of controlling my Type II diabetes. I have been taking metformin, 850 three times a day, and my A1C has been steadily inching up and I am also seeing my blood pressure slowing increasing.
1 week after reading this book and beginning a vegan eating lifestyle I have lost 4 pounds and my blood pressure went from 139/?? to 109/59. My doctor has told me to take my metformin only twice a day, and we'll check my 30 blood sugar in a month. He thinks I should be ok with this.
Anyway, I can't believe how great and liberating eating vegan is. All the fruits I have been afraid to eat due to sugar are back in and delicious! I can eat rye bread, baked corn chips, chili(vegan), Post grapenuts and banannas for breakfast(yum) and even made a great applesauce/date cake kinda dish for my nightly snack. In other works I feel I haven't really given up anything but rather gained a whole lot of freedom. Get the book, and his recipes book, everything in it is super tastey and my wife loves how easy to cook the dishes is. Try it, you'll really not be disappointed.
7 di 8 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Will save your life...no lie 7 febbraio 2017
Di AskAlthea - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Even if you're young and healthy, BUY THIS BOOK. As you age, it will save your life, literally.

This book is based on SCIENCE, not pseudoscience. Want to live long & prosper? BUY THIS BOOK.

Want to prevent or reverse type 2 diabetes, heart disease and virtually all (if not all) of the lifestyle diseases? BUY THIS BOOK.

Want to lose weight, stay thin and feel the best that you've ever felt in your life? BUY THIS BOOK.

Want to have a healthy body and a sharp mind without pharmaceuticals or a medical intervention, e.g.. Lipitor or a gastric bypass? BUY THIS BOOK.

I see that the self-proclaimed, smarty pants 'experts' bash this diet as incomplete or containing too much soy. Seriously, you have access to the web or you wouldn't be on Amazon. Buy Dr. Barnard's nutrition guide for clinicians (used to be part of med school training) if you think that this vegan diet is somehow lacking and figure it out.

Read this book more carefully. There are soy substitutes like TVP, white beans and other vegetable milks like rice or almond milks. Don't eat so much soy if you don't like it. Dr. Barnard provides a ton of protein alternatives in the form of other beans and grains. BTW, I never knew about soy yogurt. It's delicious and tastes just like milk-based yogurts.

Lastly, this book doesn't pretend to be a vegan cookbook. It's only a start. Want more vegan variety? Search Amazon for some amazing vegan cookbooks. With all of the vegan possibilities (we love eastern Indian food), you're not going to miss a single animal protein in your diet. OK, we miss the incredible edible egg, but we prefer our health more.

Then there are the negative reviews because this lifestyle change is, in the reviewers' estimation, "too hard". Hmmm... We're guessing that these people want someone to do it for them so that they don't have to do the work to save themselves.

Bad news: only you can save yourself. You have a choice; spend the rest of your life with diseases that will make your world smaller and smaller as your health declines or transform your life with the wake-up call of your diagnosis.

Time to say good-bye to all of the over-indulgence, every last molecule of it. You're right, no more cheese, meat, fish - every source of animal proteins and fats -, processed foods, refined sugars and lack of exercise; it's killing you. There's no going back and no cheating if you want a disease free or more manageable life. Quick survey - who actually likes to live in pain? Show of hands...no one? Thought so.

Dr. Barnard lays it out from the data of his clinical studies; you can either get well as a vegan or fail by following the current guidelines that allow for animal proteins and fats. Your diseases mean that there is no longer any middle ground. It's cut & dried; the data reveal all.

Wake up, stop whining, buck up & own it. But hey, it's your life...

These easy to follow, tried & true, tasty meal and exercise plans reversed my type 2 diabetes and saved my life. There are so many great vegan cookbooks out there that we don't miss the non-vegan world. I also discovered that I had to educate the institutionalized medical diabetic 'industry' along the way because, as Dr. Barnard shows again and again in his clinical studies, it's either a vegan way of life with exercise or nothing if you want to improve your health permanently.

Bottom line is that you are what you eat. My numbers did all the talking. Period.

Thank you, Dr. Barnard!