How To Eat Healthy with a Healthy Diet Plan – Hourglass Diet

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Launch a Healthy Diet Plan with the Hourglass Diet

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Today’s the big day for you to discover a Healthy Diet Plan

There was a time in my life when I’d switched jobs, was living on my own, working long hours and stressing out. My exercise program had fallen into a black hole and I was eating the wrong food (though I didn’t know it at the time). I ended up fat and crook. It was not a good feel.

I was working in an environment where I was obliged to preach the mantra of ‘eat more bread and pasta’. In an Epaminondas sort of a way I took my own advice. I kept eating dat bread and pasta. It nearly did me in.

A friend, Rita recommended I visit a naturopath, which I did. It changed my life

The naturopath said ‘Stop eating anything with wheat in it for a few days and see what happens.’ I followed his advice. 36 hours later I woke up at 6am, bright eyed and bushy tailed for the first time in a year; the fog had lifted.

Once I cut out the wheat flour – my health started improving and weight started to peel off (though not of course without me renewing my commitment to exercise.)

Out of the ashes came the Hourglass Diet

To cut a long story short, I put my thinking cap on and developed the concept of the Hourglass Diet, where the good food is at the top of the hourglass and the junk and poison is at the bottom.

I don’t think the diet pyramid model is the best model for eating wisely in a junk food world. In fact there’s a lot of junk food masquerading as good food in the diet pyramid. Also, have you noticed that the food that’s not good for you (chocolate, ice-cream, licorice …) is at the top of the pyramid. It’s upside down!

The American Department of Agriculture has just developed a new model called My Plate but it’s the same old same old vapid and torpid stuff you’d expect from a committee.

You’ll get the full lowdown on the Glycemic Index Sideshow, and discover the truth about the Heart Foundation’s Tick program. You’ll be raise your eyebrows when you find out how the dietetic industry is sharing pillow talk with the world’s largest manufacturers and purveyors of junk food.

What’s Unique About the Hourglass Diet?

There are some unique features of the Hourglass Diet, among them the seven food zones and 22 food groups all neatly colour coded so you know immediately when you’re eating good food and when you’re eating junk.

I think you’ll like the garbohydrate concept. It describes manufactured foods that are combinations of fat, flour, sugar and potato. Once you’ve grasped it you’ll know how to avoid the junk foods.

Unlike other diet books this one is not padded out with recipes. If you want recipes buy a magazine next time you’re at the super market or watch Master Chef, Iron Chef or Jamie, Gordon, Nigella, or Hestor …

Junk Food

The Hourglass Diet has one of the best junk food definitions you’ll ever see. No punch is pulled. In most diet books ‘junk food’ is the food that dares not speak its name.

You’ll be amazed how much junk food out there is masquerading as good food. While the fat police were telling everyone to eat ‘97% fat free’ and drink ‘skinny’ milk, the garbohydrates snuck through on the inside and fattened everyone up.

As for low fat milk, at less that 4% fat direct from the udder, milk is already low fat. But why would you be drinking milk after you’ve been weaned?

As with most of the personally-generated body system dysfunctions, when it comes to obesity it is unlikely that the cause of the problem is the most obvious suspect.

When the history of obesity is finally written, just remember where you first heard about the garbohydrates.

Satisfying the Inner Hunger

Another unique feature of the book is the section on satisfying the inner hunger. You can’t satisfy the inner hunger by eating.

Most diet books are too simplistic; they’re just glorified sermons telling you to eat like either a sparrow or a rabbit.

However, for many people, eating to nourish the cells of the body without fattening themselves up is more complicated than that. For instance, if you can’t come to an understanding of why you’re not eating wisely you’ll just end up on the diet roller coaster, losing weight, gaining weight, losing weight, gaining weight … Or the only way to maintain an ideal weight is to thrash yourself on the treadmill or the stepper. Whatever; where I come from it’s called the rhythm method of girth control!

My mother used to say, ‘Look after the pennies and the pounds will look after themselves.’ What the Hourglass Diet does is set out the principles of healthy eating and once you’ve digested those principles, like the pennies, the recipes will look after themselves.

Aerobic Exercise + Hourglass Diet = Good Metabolic Health

There’s also a section on exercise. Most of the diet books fall short in the exercise department. If you purchase a copy of the Hourglass Diet you’ll also receive a copy of the Aerabyte Aerobic Fitness Prescription ebook.

If you’re planning on improving your metabolic health, not only do you need to eat wisely, it’s also wise to boost the amount of aerobic exercise you do each week. The Heart Foundation’s ambling-around-the-block-for-ten-minutes-three-times-a-day exercise program isn’t going to do much for your weight or your metabolic system.

I concede that a good strength training program is an essential part of a weight management program but for now you’ll have to get that from the Complete Fitness Program.

Today’s the Big Day

I reckon it’s taken me over a dozen years to finally put it all together and TODAY I’m pleased to launch the ‘HOURGLASS DIET’ ebook, together with

Eat and Grow Fat

Eat and Grow Fat by junk food technologist, Frank McFatter

The Glycemic Sideshow

The Glycemic Sideshow

Aerabyte Aerobic Fitness training System

Aerabyte Aerobic Fitness training System

I'm Getting Closer to My Ideal Weight

I’m Getting Closer to My Ideal Weight


  • Frank McFatter’s ebook, ‘Eat and Grow Fat’
  • the ‘Glycemic Index Sideshow’ ebook
  • the Aerabyte Aerobic Fitness Prescription ebook  and
  • the ‘Getting Closer to My Ideal Weight’ MP3audio file.

You can read all about it on this link.

 McFatter garbohydrate

This is the Next Best Thing

When it comes to eating to nourish the cells of your body and maintaining an ideal weight, the Hourglass Diet is the next best thing since sliced bread.

How to Eat Healthy
(Actually, you won’t believe this. The Australian Health and Medical Research Council reckons men can eat between 12 and 24 slices of bread a day! No wonder Australians are getting fatter.)

Go For It

Train yourself to eat wisely in a junk food world. Get yourself a copy of the Hourglass Diet.

Buy the Hourglass Diet Today $27 US

Bonus 1: The audio file I’m Getting Closer to My Ideal Weight

Bonus 2: The ebook “Aerabyte Aerobic Fitness training System”

Bonus 3: the ebook ‘Eat and Grow Fat”

Bonus 4: the ebook “The Glycemic Sideshow”

The Hourglass Diet

In the meantime stay tuned, highly tuned and if you want to eat to nourish the cells of your body and maintain an ideal weight, grab yourself a copy of the Hourglass Diet, the bonus ebooks and the audio file.

John Miller

Healthy Diet Plan

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