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The COM diet – Book

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  • Number of page: 378
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Acknowledgments    xi
PREFACE   1
INTRODUCTION   5
1 ENDOCRINOLOGY
Cellular communication
Hormones
Endocrine apparatus
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2 THE ADRENAL CORTEX
Effects of cortisol on our metabolism
Further functions of cortisol
DHEA
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3 HGH OR SOMATOTROPIC HORMONE
GH and pituitary gland
Action of HGH
How to optimize endogenous level of GH
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4 THE GONADS
Outlines of anatomy and physiology
Androgens
Female Gonadal hormones
Optimization of testosterone level
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5 THYROID HORMONES 37
6 INSULIN 38
7 MELATONIN 41
8 LEPTIN 42
9 ANTHROPOMETRIC MORPHOLOGY 43
10 DIETOLOGY 50
11 GLYCEMIC INDEX 56
12 NUTRITION IN PRACTICE
1. The importance of a healthy breakfast
2. Checking glycaemia through glycemic index and glycemic load
3. An adequate amount of proteins in each meal
4. An adequate amount and type of fat in each meal
5. An adequate consumption of dietary fibers, fruit and vegetables
6. The proper potassium/sodium rate
7. A correct acid-base balance
8. Eliminating refined wheat
9. Eliminating junk food
10. Eating consciously
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13 CHRONOBIOLOGY
Features of biorhythms
Overview of biorhythms and hormones secretion
Nutrition and circadian rhythms
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14 MORPHOLOGY OF THE CONSTITUTIONS 110
15 TEST 119
16 MORPHOLOGY: ANDROID OR GYNOID 125
17 THE COM DIET (CHRONOHORMORPHO-DIET)
An integrated circuit
Conclusions
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18 THE DIET FOR THE HYPERLIPOGENETIC INDIVIDUAL
Food timing
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149
19 THE DIET FOR THE HYPOLIPOLYTIC INDIVIDUAL
Food timing
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165
20 CELLULITE
The four stages of cellulite
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169
21 THE DIET FOR THE HYPERMIXED INDIVIDUAL
Food timing
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22 THE DIET FOR THE HYPOMIXED INDIVIDUAL
Food timing
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23 DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS
–       Recommendations in line with the morphological biotype
–       Vitamins
–       Minerals
–       Amino acids
–       Lipids
–       Active supplements on lipids and glucose metabolism
–       Adaptogenic herbs and phytonutrients
–       Anorectic supplements
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24 PHYSICAL EXERCISE
1. Strength training
2. Aerobic training
3. Flexibility training
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25 PHYSICAL EXERCISE AND BIOTYPE 217
26 TRAINING FOR THE HYPERLIPOGENETIC INDIVIDUAL
Aerobic training
Flexibility training
Strength training
Summarizing
Training time
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27 TRAINING FOR THE HYPOLIPOLYTIC INDIVIDUAL
Aerobic training
Strength training
Flexibility training
Summarizing
Training time
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28 TRAINING FOR THE HYPERMIXED INDIVIDUAL
Strength training
Aerobic training
Flexibility training
Training time
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29 TRAINING FOR THE HYPOMIXED INDIVIDUAL
Strength training
Aerobic training
Flexibility training
Training time
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30 STRESS MANAGEMENT
A rating scale for rapid stress assessment
Stress and biotypes
The four psychological types in psychogenetics
Stress and the four “COM” biotypes
Anti-stress strategies
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31 SPOT REDUCTION 245
32 SPOT REDUCTION: ITS PHYSIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS 253
33 SPOT REDUCTION AND SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH 257
34 STUBBORN FAT AND HOW TO FIGHT IT
(by Lorenzo Pansini)
General principles for facilitating the mobilization of
stubborn fat
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35 DIET DIFFERENTIATED FOR MUSCLE AREA
The cyclization of carbohydrates
Depletion of glycogen and localized fat loss
Conclusions
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36 A PERSONAL EXPERIENCE (by Chiara Caliaro) 293
37 LOCALIZED FAT LOSS : a controlled clinical study
(by Paolo Luzi – Massimo Spattini)
Method
Results
Conclusions
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38 SPOT REDUCTION AND BODY TEMPERATURE
Methodology
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39 COSMETIC TREATMENTS 308
40 SUPPLEMENTS AND SPOT REDUCTION 311
41 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 317
REFERENCES 353
ABOUT THE AUTHOR 363