Author(s): Mary Enig
The ground-breaking diet that reveals the shocking misconceptions about fat in our diet. Coconut is the new grapefruit, advocated by health writers such as Amelia Freer, Joe Wicks and Ella Woodward. Based on more than two decades of research by world-renowned biochemist Dr Mary Enig, The Good Fat Diet flouts conventional wisdom by asserting that so-called 'healthy' vegetable oils are a major cause of obesity, while the saturated fats traditionally considered harmful (such as those found in coconut oil and butter) are, in fact, essential to weight loss and health. Picking up where Atkins left off, this good news diet uses coconut to kickstart a healthy diet, one that will raise metabolism, eliminate cravings and boost energy. Previously published as Eat Fat, Lose Fat.
Mary Enig (Author) Dr Mary Enig is a biochemist and nutritionist at the forefront of research on healthy fats. Sally Fallon (Author) Sally Fallon is the founder and president of the Weston A. Price Foundation, which promotes wise traditions in food and farming. They are the co-authors of the self-published Nourishing Traditions, which has sold 120,000 copies in the US.