Natasha Turner

You are here: Home - Books - The Carb Sensitivity Program: Discover Which Carbs Will Curb Your Cravings, Control Your Appetite and Banish Belly Fat


The Carb Sensitivity Program: Discover Which Carbs Will Curb Your Cravings, Control Your Appetite and Banish Belly Fat

The Carb Sensitivity Program: Discover Which Carbs Will Curb Your Cravings, Control Your Appetite and Banish Belly Fat By Natasha Turner The Carb Sensitivity Program Discover Which Carbs Will Curb Your Cravings Control Your Appetite and Banish Belly Fat Bestselling author and naturopathic doctor Natasha Turner is back with a revolutionary discovery about individual sensitivities to carbohydrates The Carb Sensitivity Program is a simple nutrition pla

  • Title: The Carb Sensitivity Program: Discover Which Carbs Will Curb Your Cravings, Control Your Appetite and Banish Belly Fat
  • Author: Natasha Turner
  • ISBN: 9780307360717
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Carb Sensitivity Program: Discover Which Carbs Will Curb Your Cravings, Control Your Appetite and Banish Belly Fat By Natasha Turner Bestselling author and naturopathic doctor Natasha Turner is back, with a revolutionary discovery about individual sensitivities to carbohydrates The Carb Sensitivity Program is a simple nutrition plan with recipes that produces quick, consistent and lasting weight loss results Did you know that healthy foods such as sweet potatoes, black beans, or quinoa could be makBestselling author and naturopathic doctor Natasha Turner is back, with a revolutionary discovery about individual sensitivities to carbohydrates The Carb Sensitivity Program is a simple nutrition plan with recipes that produces quick, consistent and lasting weight loss results Did you know that healthy foods such as sweet potatoes, black beans, or quinoa could be making you fat Renowned health expert Dr Natasha Turner has made a groundbreaking discovery that can help curb cravings, control appetite and beat belly fat in just six weeks Her research and hundreds of patient trials have revealed that the vast majority of us have different degrees of sensitivity to carbohydrates without realizing it This means the degree to which you are sensitive to carbohydrates such as bread, vegetables, pasta, rice, fruits and beans determines how much fat you are accumulating on your waistline This explains why some people fail to lose weight, hit an unbreakable plateau or increase their weight even when they re following a perfectly balanced diet Something as simple as chickpeas could actually be a major contributor to weight gain The Carb Sensitivity Program helps the reader discover the perfect carbohydrates for his or her body, and walk away with a personalized plan that sheds fat, increases energy and optimizes health by producing quick, consistent and lasting weight loss With so many people in danger of heart disease, stroke and diabetes, there truly is not a single individual who would not benefit from this uncomplicated yet revolutionary discovery.
    The Carb Sensitivity Program: Discover Which Carbs Will Curb Your Cravings, Control Your Appetite and Banish Belly Fat By Natasha Turner

    • [KINDLE] ↠ The Carb Sensitivity Program: Discover Which Carbs Will Curb Your Cravings, Control Your Appetite and Banish Belly Fat | By À Natasha Turner
      207 Natasha Turner
    • thumbnail Title: [KINDLE] ↠ The Carb Sensitivity Program: Discover Which Carbs Will Curb Your Cravings, Control Your Appetite and Banish Belly Fat | By À Natasha Turner
      Posted by:Natasha Turner
      Published :2020-04-02T17:21:20+00:00

    One thought on “The Carb Sensitivity Program: Discover Which Carbs Will Curb Your Cravings, Control Your Appetite and Banish Belly Fat

    1. Kim on said:

      More like 1 1 2 stars, this it s not a diet diet book does have some merit to it The author does have a carb sensitivity so she does know what it is like The questions like all questions in these type of books, are the loaded if you said yes to any of these questions you have______ All carbs are not evil in this plan, but many are to be avoided The main problem for me would be no legumes for the duration of most the programs are you sensitive part since I am a vegetarian She does however, encour [...]

    2. bookyeti on said:

      While there is really nothing ground breaking in its concept we all know that those with insulin resistance, diabetes, and or PCOS have a difficult time with carbs , I really appreciated the personalized approach it takes in assisting a person in finding out which carbs negatively affect them the most Everyone s body is different, so a one size fits all approach is undesirable and ineffective.Natasha Turner, the author, deals with carb sensitivity herself, so she is not unsympathetic to the read [...]

    3. Fredrick Danysh on said:

      Carbohydrates affect different people in different ways The author reviews results of clinical trials regarding carbs and makes some judgements She also talks about carbohydrates in things outside of food that we used.

    4. Sarah Detre on said:

      And it doesn t simply mean chose complex carbs over simple ones A very important book for optimal health.

    5. Linda Marie on said:

      This book adds to the base of knowledge about individual differences in carb tolerance I liked it because it continues to expand my thoughts about how carbohydrates affect me personally and what steps I can take to optimize what I might do to further my choices in nutrition.

    6. Florence on said:

      Natasha Turner writes a powerful book on the addictiveness of carbohydrates and the effects of insulin on a normal healthy body.I can just look at carbs and add some poundswouldn t it be nice to enjoy carbs without the side effects of bloating, cravings, water retention and weight gain Judging by the CSP success stories, CSP meal plans and suggested rules to live by, have helped many people solve faulty metabolism By following the book one can access his or her own imbalances through a highly st [...]

    7. Kim on said:

      Saw this book at Costco and put it on hold at the library Interestingly the hold came up right around the same time I was reading Wheat Belly Both were good books seemed to compliment each other I didn t try any of the recipes Some of them looked OK but there were some that really didn t appeal to me mainly the fish ones I think if I was to try the program to discover which carbs I m sensitive to I would have to use my own recipes or search for other ones that fit with the program The instructio [...]

    8. Danielle on said:

      She says a lot of logical things about insulin and carb sensitivity Unfortunately, most of her evidence is anecdotal It worked in my office, and she plies her line of supplements regularly enough to make me cautious And she recommends things like reverse osmosis and organic without giving a good reason Okay, they sound nice, but why are they actually better and do I need them Meh The diet is really complicated, but I bet it would reveal something about particular sensitivities for people willing [...]

    9. Wildrose VuVu Magoo on said:

      I m just beginning the diet recommended by this book, and I ve already lost 3 pounds I think the points this book makes are very good, and while the initial diet is restrictive it gets better in later phases I would highly recommend trying this book.

    10. Carolyn on said:

      Very similar to a plan on which I lost around 140lbs Seems very sound in discovering which carbs are most concerning to the individual I look forward to giving this a shot, try to get rid of these last 20 stubborn lbs.

    11. Jackie Mceachern on said:

      This was an easy read and yet another eating program that I m going to try I liked the information presented and it was a quick read.

    12. Starr on said:

      Nothing new to see here Might be useful for someone who has never ever read a diet book before.

    13. Jennifer Jackson on said:

      I highly recommend this book if you are trying to shed some pounds It works

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *