Eat for Heat

  • by Matt Stone
  • Narrated by Matt Stone
  • 2 hrs and 18 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Eat for Heat is best described as a complementary concept that has yet to be discussed anywhere in the world of health, diet, and nutrition.
The book takes a close look at the modern habit of compulsive beverage consumption, mass prescriptions to, "drink eight, 8-ounce glasses of water per day"; phobias about salt and sugar, and turns them all upside down in classic 180DegreeHealth style.
The objective? Increase the concentration of the extracellular fluid (the fluid in our bodies) for increased core body temperature (rise in metabolism), increased circulation to the extremities for warm hands and feet, and removing the burden from the stress system for far-reaching health and hormonal improvements.
The concept is extremely simple: The net sum of the food and beverages we consume can either concentrate or dilute our body fluids.
Eat for Heat discusses simple principles on how to make minor changes to your meals and drinking habits to keep your body in a better metabolic "zone" all day, every day. It's a tactic that can be applied to any dietary belief system, and can even yield tremendous health benefits to those eating just a regular Western diet. Everyone can benefit from the simple concept put forth in Eat for Heat.
In terms of specific benefits from mastering this idea, you can expect to eliminate frequent urination and waking up at night to urinate; overcome frequent headaches, migraines, and seizures; increase body heat and body temperature to 98.6 degrees F and higher; improve or eliminate anxiety completely, stabilizing mood, etc.


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Where does Eat for Heat rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Amongst the top....thought provoking ideas

What other book might you compare Eat for Heat to, and why?

It's not comparable really....his suggestions fly in the face of convention and I imagine most health gurus would throw their hands up in horror.

What does Matt Stone bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

He is funny...once you accept his way is a little annoying...I came to enjoy his style in the end!

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Just movement in my own head at how I look at nutrition

Any additional comments?

Try's not a complete picture, but the start of something that could be the way forward for many of us.

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- Anon

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-08-2013
  • Publisher: Archangel Ink