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This is a presentation for my coursework of Advanced Nutrition Course that have been presented in 2009/2010 when I was in university. We have to review any fad diet book and I chose The French......

This is a presentation for my coursework of Advanced Nutrition Course that have been presented in 2009/2010 when I was in university. We have to review any fad diet book and I chose The French Don't Diet Book. As you may know, certain fad diets offer false claims.
But from my reading, I can say that this book may help those who wants to lose weight, without dieting.

Now, after a few months, I would like to share this to everyone. So I re-edited AND uploaded them here. You may notice that certain slides are designed very conservatively. This is because it is presented in an educational and academical environment. Thus, it is unavoidable

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  • 1. Lose weight
    NOW
    WITHOUTdieting….
  • 2. What is worrying you?
  • 3. What is worrying you?
    Do you intend for a more
  • 4. What is worrying you?
    Do you intend for a more
    H
    &
    appy
    ealthy
    Life?
  • 5. Want to start losing some weight….
  • 6. Want to start losing some weight….
    … and start dieting…
  • 7. Want to start losing some weight….
    … and start dieting…
    …but afraid of failure?
  • 8. Hey!!!
  • 9. Hey!!!
    Who said you have to
    diet to lose weight?!!!
    DIET
  • 10. Hey!!!
    Who said you have to
    diet to lose weight?!!!
    DIET
    Then how?
  • 11. Ask him
    He knows how to successfully lose weight…
    Dr. Will Clower
    WITHOUT die
  • 12. Ask him
    He knows how to successfully lose weight…
    Dr. Will Clower
    WITHOUT dieting
  • 13.
  • 14. Cool huh!!
  • 15. INTRODUCTION
    The Author worked at France after obtained his Ph.d in Neuroscience.
  • 16. INTRODUCTION
    The Author worked at France after obtained his Ph.d in Neuroscience.
    He took his wife, two children, and his motherwith him
  • 17. INTRODUCTION
    The Author worked at France after obtained his Ph.d in Neuroscience.
    He took his wife, two children, and his motherwith him
    They adapted the French eating pattern
  • 18. INTRODUCTION
    They LOST WEIGHT
    without
    even trying
  • 19. INTRODUCTION
    “NO one’s FAT here”
  • 20. Why French?
    The French don’t eat
    PROCESSED FOODS…
  • 21. Why French?
    The French don’t eat
    PROCESSED FOODS…
    The French don’t avoid
    FATS
  • 22. Why French?
    The French don’t eat
    PROCESSED FOODS…
    The French don’t avoid
    FATS
    The French don’t avoid
    CARBS
  • 23. Why French?
    The French don’t take
    SUPPLEMENTS
  • 24. Why French?
    The French don’t take
    SUPPLEMENTS
    The French don’t shun
    WINE at lunch and dinner
  • 25. Why French?
    The French don’t take
    SUPPLEMENTS
    The French don’t shun
    WINE at lunch and dinner
    The French don’t
    RUSH THROUGH MEALS
  • 26. Why French?
    • French diet rich in creams, cheeses, butters, and breads…
  • Why French?
    • French diet rich in creams, cheeses, butters, and breads…
    Obesity rate in France is only 13% of the population
  • 27. Why French?
    • French diet rich in creams, cheeses, butters, and breads…
    Heart disease rate in population is
    3 TIMES lower
    than American
  • 28. Contents
  • 29.
  • 30.
  • 31. Step 1: Forget Faux Foods
    Take real foods
  • 32. Step 1: Forget Faux Foods
    Fake Food
    Food product which contains preservatives/ synthetic coloring/additives
    Artificial Foods
    Processed Foods
    Take real foods
    Natural foods
    High quality
  • 33. Step 1: Forget Faux Foods
    Take real foods
  • 34. Step 1: Forget Faux Foods
    Take real foods
  • 35. Step 1: Forget Faux Foods
    Take real foods
  • 36. Step 2: Choose Fabulous Foods
    Guidelines on how to
    CHOOSE FOODS
    ..So you will not choose
    faux food
  • 37. Fresh Fruit and Vegetable
    HOW OFTEN TO BUY: Purchase seasonal produce each time
    Best
    Avoid
    Acceptable
    Organic fruit, locally grown
  • 38. Fresh Fruit and Vegetable
    HOW OFTEN TO BUY: Purchase seasonal produce each time
    Best
    Avoid
    Acceptable
    Organic fruit, locally grown
    Conventional grown, GM food
  • 39. Fresh Fruit and Vegetable
    HOW OFTEN TO BUY: Purchase seasonal produce each time
    Best
    Avoid
    Acceptable
    Fruit flavoured product
    Organic fruit, locally grown
    Conventional grown, GM food
  • 40. Coffee and Tea
    HOW OFTEN TO BUY: To your taste
    Best
    Avoid
    Acceptable
    Regular
    coffee and Tea
  • 41. Coffee and Tea
    HOW OFTEN TO BUY: To your taste
    Best
    Avoid
    Acceptable
    Regular
    coffee and Tea
    Decaffeinated coffee, flavored herbal tea
  • 42. Coffee and Tea
    HOW OFTEN TO BUY: To your taste
    Best
    Avoid
    Acceptable
    Instant coffee mixes and bottled ‘tea drinks’ with high sugar
    Regular
    coffee and Tea
    Decaffeinated coffee, flavored herbal tea
  • 43. Step 3: Lose Your Sweet Tooth
    How to lose your SWEET TOOTH
  • 44. Step 3: Lose Your Sweet Tooth
    How to lose your SWEET TOOTH
    Easy
  • 45. Step 3: Lose Your Sweet Tooth
    How to lose your SWEET TOOTH
    Easy
    Remove excess sugar
    From products with additive sugars
  • 46. Step 3: Lose Your Sweet Tooth
    If you normally take
    3 tsp of sugar in coffee
    THE SWEET TOOTH TEST
    Sugar + Water
    2 tsp
    1 tsp
    Remove excess sugar
    Do the same to the food products which high in sugar
  • 47. Step 3: Lose Your Sweet Tooth
    SENSUAL EATING
    VISION
    FLAVOUR
    AROMA
    TEXTURE
  • 48.
  • 49.
  • 50. Step 4: Spend More Time
    Enjoying Your Meal
    Researchers say….
    “ Normal weight men typically took
    LONGER to eat,
    whereas
    Obese men ate FASTER”
  • 51. Step 4: Spend More Time
    Enjoying Your Meal
    What happen when we are eating?
  • 52. Step 4: Spend More Time
    Enjoying Your Meal
    What happen when we are eating?
    • When the stomach is full, GI tract will send messages to brain and give the feeling of fullness.
    • 53. However, it takes time for all the messages to reach the different brain sites…
  • Step 4: Spend More Time
    Enjoying Your Meal
    What happen when we are eating?
    • When the stomach is full, GI tract will send messages to brain and give the feeling of fullness.
    • 54. However, it takes time for all the messages to reach the different brain sites…
    .... This causes a delay between
    being full and feeling full….
  • 55. Step 4: Spend More Time
    Enjoying Your Meal
    This delay causes us to
    eat More than we need
  • 56. Step 4: Spend More Time
    Enjoying Your Meal
    This delay causes us to
    eat More than we need
  • 57. Step 5: Plan on Seconds
    French typically eat in
    courses
  • 58. Step 5: Plan on Seconds
    Appetizer
    French typically eat in
    courses
    Entree
    Salad
    Dessert
    Cheese
    Coffee
  • 59. Step 5: Plan on Seconds
    Appetizer
    French typically eat in
    courses
    Entree
    Salad
    However each course
    is taken in small size only…
    Dessert
    Cheese
    Coffee
  • 60. Step 5: Plan on Seconds
    Appetizer
    French typically eat in
    courses
    Entree
    Salad
    However each course
    is taken in small size only…
    Dessert
    Cheese
    … so that they can enjoy
    each course… like a
    “serial testing”
    Coffee
  • 61. Step 5: Plan on Seconds
    Appetizer
    They love foods.
    Entree
    Salad
    Dessert
    Cheese
    Coffee
  • 62. Step 5: Plan on Seconds
    Appetizer
    They love foods.
    Entree
    Salad
    They enjoy foods
    Dessert
    Cheese
    Coffee
  • 63. Step 5: Plan on Seconds
    Appetizer
    They love foods.
    Entree
    Salad
    They enjoy foods
    Dessert
    Cheese
    That is why they never over consume foods.
    Coffee
  • 64. Step 5: Plan on Seconds
    It is in contrast with our habit.
    Appetizer
    Entree
    When we like the food, we eat more.
    Salad
    Dessert
    Eat more does not make us more satisfied. It just make us eatmore..
    Cheese
    Coffee
  • 65. Step 5: Plan on Seconds
    It is in contrast with our habit.
    Appetizer
    Entree
    When we like the food, we eat more.
    OVERCONSUMPTION
    Salad
    Dessert
    Eat more does not make us more satisfied. It just make us eatmore..
    Cheese
    Coffee
  • 66. Step 5: Plan on Seconds
  • 67. Step 5: Plan on Seconds
    • Use smaller plate
    • 68. When portioning the food to plate, serve it an amount small enough so that you’ll think
    “that’s not quite enough. I’m going to have to go back for seconds”
    • Take time to finish the meal until done.
    • 69. By this time, you should feel satisfied and do not need to add more food.
  • Step 6: Don’t
  • 70. Step 6: Don’t
    Eat
  • 71. Step 6: Don’t
    Drink
    Eat
  • 72. Step 6: Don’t
    Drink
    Eat
    At the SAME Time
  • 73. Step 7: Eat All You Want
    (You’ll Just Want Less)
    Remember: Eat for pleasure
    Eat only during
    MEAL TIMES
  • 74. Step 7: Eat All You Want
    (You’ll Just Want Less)
    Remember: Eat for pleasure
    Eat only during
    MEAL TIMES
    That is not easy.
  • 75. Step 7: Eat All You Want
    (You’ll Just Want Less)
    Remember: Eat for pleasure
    Eat only during
    MEAL TIMES
    That is not easy.
    The secret is..
    THE ENDER
  • 76. Step 7: Eat All You Want
    (You’ll Just Want Less)
  • 77. Step 7: Eat All You Want
    (You’ll Just Want Less)
    THE ENDER
    A calorie-dense bit of oral bliss
  • 78. Step 7: Eat All You Want
    (You’ll Just Want Less)
    THE ENDER
    A calorie-dense bit of oral bliss
    Cheeses
    Nuts
    Chocolates
    Coffee or Tea
  • 79. Step 7: Eat All You Want
    (You’ll Just Want Less)
    THE ENDER
    A calorie-dense bit of oral bliss
    Cheeses
    Keep the amount
    under control
    Nuts
    Chocolates
    Coffee or Tea
  • 80. Step 7: Eat All You Want
    (You’ll Just Want Less)
    THE ENDER
    A calorie-dense bit of oral bliss
    Cheeses
    Keep the amount
    under control
    Nuts
    Enjoy it,
    without guilty
    Chocolates
    Act as a signal
    that meal is over
    Coffee or Tea
  • 81. Step 7: Eat All You Want
  • 82.
  • 83.
  • 84. It’s important to live a
    MORE RELAXED lifestyle.
  • 85. It’s important to live a
    MORE RELAXED lifestyle.
    Stress is harmful to your weight and your heart.
  • 86. Step 8: Return to Family Table
  • 87. Step 8: Return to Family Table
    Why family table is GOOD for weight loss?
  • 88. Step 8: Return to Family Table
    Better Nutrition
    Why family table is GOOD for weight loss?
  • 89. Step 8: Return to Family Table
    Natural portion control
    Better Nutrition
    Why family table is GOOD for weight loss?
  • 90. Step 8: Return to Family Table
    Prevent disordered eating
    Natural portion control
    Better Nutrition
    Why family table is GOOD for weight loss?
  • 91. Step 8: Return to Family Table
    Social reinforcement
    Prevent disordered eating
    Natural portion control
    Better Nutrition
    Why family table is GOOD for weight loss?
  • 92. Step 9: Find Your Peace
    Love your life
    like
    you love
    your food
  • 93. Step 9: Find Your Peace
    Stress-Relief Routine
    Yoga
    Writing
    Deep Breathing
    Sleep Control Weight
    Laughter Lighten the Heart
    Good Morning Meditation
  • 94. Step 9: Find Your Peace
    Stress-Relief Routine
    Sleep deprivation can manifest itself as
    Hunger craving, possibly due to increased hunger hormone GREHLIN
    “ Those who
    got less than 4 hours of sleep were a full 50%
    more likely to be obese”
    Sleep Control Weight
  • 95. Step 10
    DON’T
    You Have to Go to the Gym
  • 96. Step 10
    Do what you LOVE
  • 97. Step 10
    Dance
    Do what you LOVE
    Yoga
    Pick your Fruit
    Window shop
    Play game
    Get a Bike and Ride
  • 98. Discussion
    • The French Don’t Diet Plan is more than a weight loss program.
    • 99. It emphasizes on the basic of good behavior towards foods and lifestyle changes.
    • 100. This plan is adapted from French lifestyle which has been proven to promote healthy eating and longer life.
    • 101. It has been commercialize in The PATH Healthy Eating and Weight-Loss Curriculum- medically proven to reduce weight and lower cholesterol.
  • Discussion
    This plan is effective to reduce weight because by adapting the eating behaviour it may cut off the calorie intake in a day.
    It plays on psychological tricks as we have to control the amount of foods but we can still enjoy them.
    The plan teaches us on how to increase the sense of eating- and not just simply eat everything.
    The author also has different perspectives for certain aspects:
    Do not need to drink 8 glasses/ day
    Don’t choose low-fat food (because it has been modified)
    Don’t take artificial sweeteners
  • 102. Weakness
    Strength
    Require frequent trips to grocery store to keep “real” food on hand
    Difficult for those who have busy and time-constrained lifestyles
    Can be challenging to avoid faux food
    Must watch portion size
    Requires a lifestyle changes
    It does not state the realistic goal for weight loss
    No guideline for those who have chronic diseases
    Appealing title
    No calorie counting
    Can eat rich foods
    No radical restriction of food groups
    The facts are strengthen by scientific researches
    The author has good background of science
    Includes step-by-step instruction to adapt the plan in daily life
    There’s translation of ‘science language’ to ‘English language’
  • 103. THANK YOU
    Nor FadzlinaKhairi
    Malaysia