Everyone kws about low-carb dieting, right? Well, t really. Most folks kw a little bit about it, but a minuscule few have actually tried it. If you think about it, the low carb concept defies our nation's official nutritional guidelines - and questions the wisdom of esteemed physicians, scientists, and nutritionists alike. That's a scary proposition. And those low-carb diet plans? Well, they're difficult to follow - much less to understand. And anyone who doesn't fully comprehend how and why a radical idea works is t about to try it in earnest. Truth is, so-so low carb dieting doesn't work. The Dabbler's Guide to Low Carb Gluttony addresses this ideological shortcoming. With simple thought and words, Dr. Bob explains why you should igre our nation's health experts, and, explains how and why a low-carb lifestyle can work wonders for you. No medical or scientific jargon, testimonials, gimmicks. If you're more curious than interested in low-carb dieting, seek a better understanding of the low-carb concept, or just may dabble in it - then this book is for you.
Dr. Bob was born to a Spanish, Chinese, Filipino mother and an English, Dutch, Scottish father. He thinks that's why he's lazy, smart, short, arrogant, and wears clogs with his kilt. He recalls being a very thin child. He was so thin his dad always suspected he had a tape worm. In his late twenties, he suddenly began to gain weight. Thus started his diet roller-coaster years, regaining more pounds than he lost. He tried everything. Only starvation and extreme exercise seemed to have any effect. So he gave up. Then one fateful day, he was called a lazy, short, smart-ass, arrogant, skirt-wearing fatso that shouldn't be clogging in public ... and he decided to give dieting one last try. But this time, he tried one of those heretical low-carb diets. He ate as much as he wanted to, whenever he wanted to, and stopped worrying about calories or fat. And the extra weight melted away -- and stayed away. Everyone (in the known universe) asked him how he did it. He offered explanations as best as he could, but found it cumbersome having to verbalize such radical departures from mainstream ideology. So he articulated his thoughts on paper with simple words. This book is the culmination of those thoughts and words. Dr. Bob works in nuclear energy. His degrees include a Masters in Information Systems and a Doctorate in Organizational Leadership. He is a Pepperdine alumnus. Dr. Bob lives in Southern California with his wife and best friend, Tracey.