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It is a systematic, step-by-step plan for you to recover from the horrible effects that toxic and addictive elements in our everyday food have had in making you feel miserable without knowing why. It approaches the subject of regaining one's optimum health in a very motivational way by not expecting those who practice it to drop everything in their diet that they currently live on and love all at once. By understanding that nearly all processed foods create drug-like dependency, Eric Morrison argues it will take time to arrive at healthy eating habits. It won't happen until the foods that have you hooked are eliminated. But those adversaries are not going to let go without a fight. This is the strategy created to win the battle.
This plan offers something Atkins, Pritikin, the Zone Diet, Weight Watchers, Jenny Craig, and the Ornish Diet could never dream of - mainly, the abandonment of food rationing. No more calorie counting, carbohydrate guides, or fat restriction. If it is an approved food (from the list you will create by using the strategies in this book), then eat all you want without guilt and return yourself to your natural body weight in the process. This is the first book in the Food Rehab series which will also include many future companion guides. This plan doesn't recognize traditional meals or meal times and insists that if you aren't hungry, then never eat just because you ate at that same time yesterday and the day before and the day before that....
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By Gilmara Lima Mendes on 05-17-18
It Brings the Truth of the Matter
I have to say that this book talks about all the truths I already knew and it emphasizes all the addiction problems sugar and starch bring to our lives.
The problem with this book is that in the "cleansing phase" the alternatives given are not so easily found or are expensive to keep in the pantry, like coconut oil, for example. If you are going to change your diet, be ready to save some money for food.
I have been on a low-carb diet and thought I was on the right track, but, by listening to this book, I saw I wasn't. Also be ready for disappointments. In other words, what the author recommends is not easy to do, but those are phases to break the addiction cycle.
If I were to suggest improvements to this book, I would recommend the author created worksheets for the readers so they can keep track of their progress.
I recommend this book to people who want to start a new chapter and are REALLY willing to do so, otherwise, you will be just throwing money out the trash.
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