Buddha's Diet

Buddha's Diet

The Ancient Art of Losing Weight Without Losing your Mind

Book - 2016
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The pampered prince Siddhartha tried dieting and didn't like it anymore than you do. When he became the Buddha, he found the "middle way" between overindulgence and abstinence. Modern science confirms what Buddha knew all along: it's not what you eat that's important, but when you eat. Sure, he lived before the age of doughnuts and French fried, but his teachings provide a sane, mindful approach to achieving optimum health.
Publisher: Philadelphia : Running Press, [2016]
Copyright Date: ©2016
ISBN: 9780762460465
Branch Call Number: 613.25 COTTR
Characteristics: 240 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm
Additional Contributors: Zigmond, Dan - Author


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Jan 16, 2017

I agree there is definitely a factor in weigh gain about eating all hours of the day. But I don't agree that merely confining your hours of eating to a window of 6 hours will make you lose weight. There is a lot more to weight gain than this. And it is not practical for a lot of us to do this. With long commutes and irregular working hours it is just not feasible, and perhaps, not even healthy.

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