Dr. Bill Gavin’s ‘No White At Night’ Diet Is A Simple 3-Rule Weight Loss Plan

Filed under: Health — @ February 24, 2010


Dr. Bill Gavin came up with a simple three-rule diet plan that worked for him

Just in case you didn’t know, weight loss can be very difficult to do. DUH! You know it, I know it, and it is incredibly frustrating for so many who have been on and off so many of these plans over the years they’ve become professional dieters. But why does it have to be so difficult? Today’s podcast interview guest broke it all down to three main points to bring simplicity into a concept that many people overcomplicate.

In Episode 336 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we hear from Dr. Bill Gavin, author of a book called No White At Night that calls for a three-pronged way to eat:

1. Eat 3 meals a day.
2. Eat protein at every meal.
3. Eat no white foods at night.

Dr. Gavin created this way of eating to combat his own personal weight gain as well as to help his mother dealing with diabetes. Hear him discuss how The Zone diet by Dr. Barry Sears influenced him, why not no white at all, why Oprah Winfrey and others habitually struggle with their weight, how to determine the tipping point for people to make changes, why low-fat foods are so insidious, his support for lean protein over fatty cuts of meat, his reaction to my positive experience on a high-fat, low-carb diet, why he thinks genetics come into play with lipid results, why he believes a low-to-moderate carb diet is ideal in the long-term for the majority of people, how he describes his way of eating to others, and the trends of those who maintain their weight.

Click here to listen to this conversation which isn’t exactly what you and I believe on every point, but you have to appreciate how he breaks down the diet into three basic concepts.

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