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Okay, I admit it. In my ‘spare time,’ I love to self-educate on health issues. This passion led to an acceptance of The 7 Principles of Fat Burning as a review book for the blog. And, boy, am I glad I agreed to it!
About The 7 Principles of Fat Burning & Dr. Berg
The 7 Principles of Fat Burning is the handbook to the sensational Berg Diet that has empowered thousands of people to get healthy, lose weight and keep it off.
It shows how to activate your fat-burning hormones with a tailor-made eating and exercise plan for your body type.
The 7 Principles is a highly practical book. It provides clear explanations-aided by dozens of charts and illustrations of the principles of healthy weight loss.
Easy-to-understand health and nutrition information and simple tests to determine your correct body type are the keys to its success.
Knowledge is power. The 7 Principles of Fat Burning gives dieters the power to take command by eating the healthy diet that activates the fat-burning hormones for their body type.
For years people have been told to lose weight to be healthy. The truth is, you need to get healthy to lose weight. The Seven Principles of Fat Burning shows you how. Dr. Berg thoroughly educates readers and puts them right where they should be: in charge of their own weight.
The 7 Principles of Fat Burning in hardback format has a suggested retail price of $26.95 US/ $28.30 CAN. You can find it on Amazon.
About Dr. Eric Berg, Author of The 7 Principles of Fat Burning
His private practice is located in Alexandria, Virginia. His clients include senior officials in the U.S. government and the Justice Department, ambassadors, medical doctors, high-level executives of prominent corporations, scientists, engineers, professors, and other clients from all walks of life.
In addition, Eric Berg is widely published in trade magazines, including Chiropractic Today and The American Chiropractor, and in consumer publications such as First for Women, Men’s Exercise, New Beauty, Upscale and Let’s Live.
Dr. Berg trains chiropractors, physicians and allied healthcare practitioners in his methods. To date, he has trained over 2,000 healthcare professionals. He has been an active member of the Endocrinology Society, on the advisory panel for the Health Science Institute, and has worked as a past part-time adjunct professor at Howard University.
Eric Berg’s nonprofit foundation, Health Technology Foundation, is currently being approved nationally for the purpose of providing research to substantiate alternative healthcare technologies, giving cost-effective solutions and result-oriented healthcare.
As a leader in natural health and food coaching, Eric Berg has appeared on many radio and television shows, including ABC, CBS, and as a monthly host on Channel 8’s Sports Talk. He has also had his own radio health show on WOL in 2005.
My Thoughts on The 7 Principles of Fat Burning
As much as I’d love a quick and easy solution to jettison the remaining extra baggage I carry around, I know that for me slow and steady without drastic change is preferred. You won’t find me doing one of those lemon juice in the water cleanses to purge fat from my body. Nope, this busy mama likes to eat. And I figure I will turn into a seriously grumpy mama bear in no time on those kinds of crazy diets.
What I love about Dr. Berg’s book is that he isn’t about super extreme plans for the long haul (or even a few weeks like that ‘cleanse’ diet.) Plus, in this book, he supplies a lot of research to back up what he is communicating. This is all done in a friendly and easy to understand manner.
I’ve long suspected that hormones play an integral part in body shape and how easily we can part with extra weight. This book just confirmed my ‘gut’ and previous research.
He had a short quiz part way through the book to help you determine your body type/types. (You can take a quiz on his website, too!) The quiz results only confirmed what I suspected by looking at the body type illustrations shown in the book. Same thing with the suggested nutrition and exercise plans. (If you are curious, I’m definitely an ovary type with my lean upper body and giant ‘bump’ from my waist to my knees. It’s been that way forever, too!)
Starting a new job outside of the home and trying to find balance has not made me eager to try a full implementation of his suggestions. Also, some foods that go on the ‘naughty’ list are staples for my family. I know it will be a challenge for me to stop eating while watching boys gorge on them.
Even without a full trial of his approach, I do appreciate seeing that some things I was already doing are good choices for me. Like, when it comes to exercise I need to have regular strength training coupled with aerobic exercise. When I was doing Beachbody’s Les Mills PUMP this winter, I started seeing changes in body shape even though the scale didn’t really budge. I know it was that coupling of exercise types that was helping me make progress.
Now, I do want to forewarn that when it comes to the nutrition aspect, Dr. Berg’s business has several products ready for you to buy. I haven’t ordered or tried any of them. But, I can admit that for some purchasing his instant kale shake or Organic Cruciferous Food may make the change in eating habits a bit easier.
For now, I’ll be keeping with my daily Shakeology and consider if I want to add to it.
Do I Recommend The 7 Principles of Fat Burning?
Yes, there is a gentle sales push for products to make your life ‘easier’ nutrition wise. , I’d highly recommend this book for anyone who’s ever wondered why it might be that the weight won’t come off with the traditional cutting of calories and addition of exercise.
But, this book offers so much guidance and research for anyone who’s ever wondered why it might be that the weight won’t come off with the traditional cutting of calories and addition of exercise.