Fat Doesn t Make You Fat and Other Naked Health Truths Finally a Stunningly Simple but Profound Book on How to Improve your Health and Well Being, Which is Not Full of Jargon! Khush Mark PhD Consultant Nutritionist simplifies for the public, what we should eat, what we should avoid, to maximise health and energy in order to avoid illnesses such as heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer's, mental illness and cancer Demystifies all of the health mis-information that is circulating the media today Practical and straightforward with easy-to-apply advice Description When obesity and other chronic illnesses such as heart disease, diabetes, metabolic syndrome are on the rise irrespective of mass government spending on such health issues then we have to ask... Are we counting our calories incorrectly? Are we just too lazy to get off our derrières and move? Have we not found the blockbuster drug to treat all these conditions? Is our cholesterol just not low enough although my diet is fat -free? Are the personal training instructors at our local gyms not getting us to burn enough ? Well these are questions that are answered in the book Fat Does Not Make You Fat and Other Naked Health Truths . This book cuts through all the nutritional mis-information that is circulating our media daily. It helps with... Erasing the calorie-counting message once and for all as calories do not count! Reducing high blood pressure, stress and the risk of getting diseases such as diabetes, Alzheimer s, heart disease, mental illness and cancer Aids in boosting fertility Gaining energy and vitality Ageing beautifully without all the lotions and potions Losing weight naturally How does it do this? Just simply. The book provides advice which includes implementing the crucial 3 vital food types you must eat at every meal, every day. Avoid counting calories at all cost! Eating red meat and eggs when you want as cholesterol has nothing to do with clogging up the arteries. After all most heart attacks happen on a Monday morning! And also on we are not only what we eat but also what we think.