The French Don’t Diet Plan: 10 Simple Steps to Stay Thin for Life

The French Don't Diet Plan: 10 Simple Steps to Stay Thin for Life

Wouldn’t you rather savor a buttery croissant instead of inhaling an artificially flavored diet shake? Isn’t taking a relaxing stroll preferable to pounding out early morning miles on the treadmill? The French live this way, yet stay thin and healthy. Now, with The French Don’t Diet Plan, you can, too!

In his groundbreaking book, The Fat Fallacy, Dr. Will Clower was the first to present a theory of how the French maintain low obesity and heart disease rates despite their seemingly

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  1. Jay
    9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
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    like the ‘olden days’ – just eat food, January 2, 2015
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    Jay

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    This is a sensible diet for life, it seems. So simple, like the ‘olden days’ – just eat food! When we were growing up, things like “sodas” were a rare treat, we didn’t eat lollies and biscuits every day like a lot of people do these days, and we ate butter ( my Mum said they used to eat “dripping” sandwiches – that’s the fat from cooking roasts, etc.,- set aside to cool & harden.( My mum lived to 96!) We ate fresh vegs. and fruit, bread, butter, home made sweets and sometimes homemade cakes, drank water, milk, tea and later, coffee. We walked to school and the shops, played out in the fresh air and rode our bikes around the town. People used to grow some vegetables and fruit and when they were plentiful, they were often shared with relatives and friends.What happened??
    I have been eating ‘French’ for five days now, and not drinking sodas – I’ve lost about 3kgs already! I’ve even had some (dark)bitter-sweet chocolate & a couple of friands. I think I’ll stick with it now because I only have around 5-6kg more to lose. I have been walking (with the dog) for some time now, so I’m used to that. (I’m almost 70 yrs. old & I used to be quite slim).Thanks for the book!
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  2. Cheryl
    14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
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    THE Truth, August 6, 2013
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    Cheryl (Texas, USA) –

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    This review is from: The French Don’t Diet Plan: 10 Simple Steps to Stay Thin for Life (Paperback)
    Once upon a time, here in the USA, there weren’t any processed foods. Food was what people pulled out of their gardens, what they hunted, fished for, and baked from milled grains. This era was pre-type 2 diabetes being rampant as well as obesity, coronary artery disease, and cardiologists were unheard of.
    This book shows us how to bring that level of health back. Obviously nowadays we get food from a market, but as of 2013 there is still fresh real whole food to be found in the markets. That’s the key.
    I just got this book yesterday, and it clicked with me. That has never happened with any other book about health or diet.
    A simple lunch of steamed green beans, chilled and tossed with a vinaigrette, roast chicken with a lemon sauce and piece of a homemade roll to clean the plate, a simple salad of mixed greens with more vinaigrette, a bit of brie, and almost too full, seven hours later, to eat dinner.
    I’m sharing this as my personal experience with the advice in this book. I had a big lunch to “test” his theory and had zero urge to snack. I also had zero craving for diet soda. I sipped at water all day.
    I’m sold, I’ve drank the proverbial koolaid on this one. (I couldn’t resist 🙂 )
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