Had Enough Yet!? is the new weight-loss book from Michael Pearce of Ellipse Health. The perfect guide to a fresh, healthy start to 2019.
Written in collaboration with Ross Lowe (writer for BBC’s The Good Food Programme) and culminating more than 20 years of experience in the field of fitness and nutrition, Had Enough Yet!? can motivate everyone on their way to achieving a fitter, leaner and healthier lifestyle.
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What the book covers:
Beginning with the fallacy of breakfast being the most important meal of the day, Had Enough Yet!? delves deep into the minefield of misinformation surrounding diet and nutrition that typically prevents us from either achieving our fitness goals or from simply being a healthier, slimmer version of ourselves.
Everything in my book is exactly what I’ve done to achieve my own health and fitness goals. Now I invite you to do the same in order to feel healthier, look fitter, and be a happier version of yourself.
Across more than 20 resourceful chapters, readers will discover how to change those negative habits and eat well for healthy, sustainable weight-loss:
- Breakfast (Part One)
- Breakfast (Part Two)
- Good Fats, Bad Fats
- Good Carbs, Bad Carbs
- Move More
- The History of Breakfast
- The Trouble with Soya Products
- The Trouble with Sugar
- The Trouble with
The Wheat Industry
- The Trouble with The Meat Industry
- News and TV
- Need a Reminder? (21 Directions on How to Lose Weight and Live Healthier)
- The Benefits of Coconut Oil
- Things to Be Aware
of when Fasting
- The Benefits of Fasting
- The Benefits of Essential Fats
- Tips on Training (HIIT)
The book also shines a light on chronic illnesses caused by excessive sugar, bad oils (such as vegetable and rapeseed), and GM (genetically modified) foods that are commonplace in our day-to-day diets; the importance of essential fats for losing weight; the proven health benefits behind intermittent fasting; and effective exercise for weight-loss — and ties these elements together into one comprehensive, easy to understand guide to looking and feeling better.
It also explores the falsehoods surrounding many of these chronic illnesses, from diabetes and heart disease, to stress and depression (particularly the over-reliance of drugs and medications commonly prescribed nowadays) and instead focusses on correcting that path; directing people towards proper diet and exercise as a healthier, natural alternative for strengthening our bodies and producing the chemicals necessary for feeling better and being happier.
More than that though, Had Enough Yet!? gives inspiration, focus, and vision for anyone who has had enough of not living the fulfilled life they truly want.
Who this book is for:
First and foremost, Had Enough Yet!? has been written for anybody looking for a proven way to lose weight safely and adopt a healthier approach to food and nutrition. But the information inside is equally essential for athletes and training enthusiasts who have their own specific body physique and fitness goals in mind.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a cutting bodybuilder looking to lose those last 5 or 10 pounds without compromising your hard-earned gains, or whether you’re simply looking to slim down, get more energy, and optimise your health.
Most importantly, this is a book for anybody who has tried to lose weight and struggled. It’s never easy, but with the correct guidance and knowledge, shedding the pounds doesn’t have to be difficult either. This is the best resource you could ever use to ensure your success.
Thanks to Michael’s knowledge, passion and support, I now feel fitter and healthier. What’s more, his advice has helped me to live medication-free for the first time in almost 10 years.