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I'm interested in fitness and health but this book doesn't promote a sensible way of eating, in my opinion, though the marketing for it is phenomenal, hats off to the promoters. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Kenna McKinnon
This book has some good information about the meat, dairy and food industry in general but that's as far as I would go to give this book credit to being a useful guide to... Read morePublished 13 months ago by QuarryView
These days, you can take any bulls*** and twist it around to make a point via Pseudo-Science.
I don't have enough words to describe the sneaky, mean, and downright AWFUL ways... Read more
I've lost weight, become less 'puffy' and inflamed, have FAR more energy and I have Multiple Sclerosis (for 14 years), eating this way has completely gotten rid of my symptoms. Read morePublished 15 months ago by sd8192
I love reading it...read it o the end
Love it!!!! I found it very hard to put it down, I still have a hard time finding another book like it.
These ladies are blunt and to the point. Too bad if it's not what you want to hear. Can't wait to read more of their stuff.Published 18 months ago by Brandi McDonough
The first 10 pages are good. The rest is to promote soy, and bash milk and protein. Don't waste your time or money.Published 18 months ago by Nadia Kumar
I wanted to know about a diet plan not a recruitment plan for Vegans. It does make you think how we abuse animals for our own needs, but I live in Canada and regulate some... Read morePublished 19 months ago by BLACKBEARY