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  1. Online Eccentric Librarian Online Eccentric Librarian says:

    More reviews and no fluff on the blog This is a tough review because I find myself with a very ambivalent reaction On the one hand the author is thorough passionate and definitely knows her subject matter But the book is also dense unfriendly clinical and overwritten As well I did not find enough new information to warrant the read it all boils down to eating raw whole foods and avoiding packaged goods and restaurants Those who have read diet books recently will likely not find much new here But those just starting to attempt to get their life under control especially with nutrition might find this usefulThe book breaks down as follows Part 1 What is affecting health today True definition of health Gastrointestinal health is essential to survival Inflammation impact on health Importance of blood sugar Blood sugar and its relation to inflammation Obesity The hormone symphony Other health risks are you at risk for chronic inflammation heart disease cancer or diabetes? Part II The Freedom Diet Changing your diet for better health habits to include Habits to avoid The supplement program Getting prepared in the kitchen Sample freedom diet recipes Beyond 30 days Troubleshoot the Diet There is also an afterward and preface recommended books and websites If you want to know about every disease or health issue that can affect any person from their diet newborn to geriatric this is your book From teen use of energy drinks to problems in Asia from iodine deficiency it's all here Along with what feels like every study published in medicine journals from around the world As a result there's a LOT to slog through the first 85% is all clinical health discussions and I found myself skimming far too much a lot wasn't applicable to me age gender race etc And far too much felt like trial results or studies were cherry picked from really random places in order to push points or back up assertionsWhile I appreciate knowledge and information I also have to recognize when far too much is thrown at a person especially for me in particular ironic considering this is a naturopathic book and I had a hard time with relevancy I don't think the author recognized her target audience and instead just threw everything that she knew onto paper and got a bit too caught up in itMost problematic for me though is that the book really felt like it had an agenda The author is pushing her own business as well as the field of her profession which is holistic rather than symptom based medicine It's a good focus but it felt like she tried far too hard to bolster the reputation of naturopathy rather than giving the reader a good diet bookThe end of the book has a few recipes but really we don't have a diet here We have a lifestyle and health discussion with some recipes and recommendations thrown in the end I understand there is to be a companion cook book so just be aware this is a discussion book on the topic rather than a very specific plan Reviewed from an advance reader copy provided by the publisher

  2. Zee Monodee Zee Monodee says:

    There is a lot of good information in this book much about the basics of a 'proper' lifestyle for health If you're new to this game then this is a very good starter primer for getting your toes wet But if you're a regular of this world much of this info will be overkill that you already know so there are many parts you'll be able to skip throughI liked the premise but the Freedom Diet doesn't really sound freeing if that makes sense It is very strict and rigid and you gotta have a lot of will power to be able to stick to it as it is explained in the bookStill there are bits and bobs that you'll be able to take away from the program even if you don't put it into play in your life so it will be a step in the right direction

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The Freedom Diet ➚ [KINDLE] ❄ The Freedom Diet By Jessica K. Black ➤ – In today s fast paced world sixty days sounds like a long time But what if you could change your health forever in those sixty days Originally designed by Dr Jessica Black as a way to positively impac In today s fast paced world sixty days sounds like a long time But what if you could change your health forever in those sixty days originally designed by Dr Jessica Black The Freedom ePUB í as a way to positively impact the lives of diabetics The Freedom Diet reaches far beyond controlling blood sugar levels Dr Black s plan helps people gain the freedom to enjoy life to its fullest by converting unhealthy habits into healthier ones through exercise and dietary changes Proven effective over years of use by Dr Black s patients The Freedom Diet details a plan not only for healthy living and weight loss but also for the prevention of premature aging and chronic illness Break your addictions change your thinking and never count calories again for the rest of your life Your new life is only sixty days away.

  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • The Freedom Diet
  • Jessica K. Black
  • 06 November 2016
  • 9781681621173