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The Maker's Diet: The 40-day health experience that will change your life forever Paperback – Mar 16 2005

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 336 pages
  • Publisher: Siloam; 1st Printing edition (March 16 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1591857147
  • ISBN-13: 978-1591857143
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 2.1 x 22.9 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 336 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 122 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #274,594 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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After nutritional consultant Rubin (Patient Heal Thyself; etc.) nearly died from an inflammatory bowel disease that caused him to lose 50 pounds and suffer severe pains, he devised an approach to health that combines wholesome eating with a heavy dose of faith. Indeed, while Rubin presents scientific evidence of his plan's effectiveness and detailed lists of recommended supplements and foods, the diet's religious aspect is fundamental. The 28-year-old Rubin bases his diet on a "Biblically-correct lifestyle," recommending the consumption of organically grown foods and frequently referring to the Bible on matters ranging from personal hygiene ("If the Maker has a preference, it might be the use of ritual bathing that combined bathing... with sprinkling") to getting tattoos ("Scripture warns against piercing the skin"). To help readers avoid disease and live healthily, Rubin lays out a three-stage plan. The first stage-somewhat restrictive, akin to South Beach-prohibits virtually all commercial dairy products, chlorinated tap water, many fats and oils, and all carbohydrates ("While it is true that the people of the Bible consumed a diet that contained liberal amounts of... carbohydrate foods, they were higher-quality, lesser-processed carbohydrates, therefore much easier to digest"). More foods are introduced in subsequent weeks, and those following the diet may eventually incorporate red meat, carbs and saturated fats into their regimens. Rubin's program will be difficult for many, as it calls for drastic changes in the way they go about their lives. However, his approach is unique and provides a refreshing, holistic antidote to many of today's fad diets.
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About the Author

Jordan Rubin Known asAmerica s Biblical Health Coach, Jordan Rubin is a New York Times bestselling author, TV personality, motivational speaker and founder of Garden of Life a leading whole food nutrition company. Jordan has earned degrees in naturopathic medicine, nutrition and natural therapies. In 2009 Jordan fulfilled a lifelong dream by starting Beyond Organic, a vertically integrated farming and ranching network with over 8,500 organic acres in Missouri and Georgia. Jordan resides in Palm Beach Gardens, FL with his wife Nicki and three children Joshua, Samuel and Alexis." --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

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Format: Hardcover
To all the critiques out there (especiall the one below), this is not a fad diet. Depriving people of the opportunity to read this book is depriving people of information that can make them healthier and help them lose weight in a safe way.That is why I am writing this review.
This book does not claim to help you lose "20 pounds by this summer !!" It has certainly helped me lose weight as well as alleviate my digestion problems. It has given me the energy that I didn't have before I started with this diet. Yes, organic foods are a bit more expensive and this diet does require a change of lifestyle, but does cancer and other take your pick. It's about how to lsoe weight (if you need), live healthier and prevent health problems in the future for you and your family.
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Format: Paperback
I've read this book and I don't see the inconsistancies in it. He doesn't say don't eat carbs. He says to be careful about what carbs you eat. He says to cut out the sugars, refinded flour, etc. He says to eat a lot of live, raw vegetables (Organic). As for the fish, he never says not to eat any fish. There are some seafoods he says not to eat such as shrimp, and clams because they don't expell the toxins. Basically any fish without fins and scales are off limits.
To the guy who wrote questioning if he was a doctor...Did you even read the book? I don't think you did. He has his certifications and boards that he is a member of. He wouldn't be able to call himself a Doctor if he wasn't. Also did you know that every single health product (anything that's not manufactured by a drug company) has those two disclaimers "..has not been evaluated by the FDA" and "products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease." If you have no proof of it not working then I don't think you have the right to be putting Dr. Rubin down. He has helped many people overcome many health problems. As a side note, almost none of the modern day drugs cure any disease or maladies, they're just bandages and it doesn't treat the root cause.
I encourage everyone to read this book. It makes sense and will be beneficial to many people who want to lead healthier lives. He does recommend his products, which he has every right to do, but it is not mandatory. Read the book and make up your own mind about it. At first I was a little skeptical, but I read it, and from some of the changes I've started to make in my eating habits, I have seen a difference (I'm not talking about weight), and I have not yet taken his products, but I think I may try the Primal Defence.
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Format: Hardcover
Is there a divine plan for health and nutrition that we can follow? Jordan Rubin emphatically says there is in The Maker's Diet. Based on his study of scriptures, health and nutrition, and his own experience of sickness and recovery, Rubin presents a diet and overall wellness plan that he believes lines up with God's plan for healthy people.
The Maker's Diet begins with Rubin's inspiring story of his battle with severe Crohn's disease. His doctors called his case the worst they had seen. During college, Rubin went from the picture of health to death's doorstep-6'1 and weighing 111 pounds due to digestive problems related to Crohn's disease. Rather than giving up after over a year of sickness, Rubin clung to his faith in God and sought one more solution. The final try was a man who had developed a Biblically-based diet and health plan. This early version of the Maker's Diet saved Rubin's life and led to his complete recovery and healing over the course of several months. He includes astounding before and after pictures of himself that demonstrate the diet's effect.
This experience inspired Rubin to enhance the Biblically-based diet through additional research and create Garden of Life, a health and wellness company.
Rubin's in-depth analysis of the typical American's diet compared to what he considers to be a healthy, nutritious diet impacted me. In the recent weeks since reading the book, I have changed my grocery shopping and eating habits to better follow the book's general guidelines for healthy eating.
Rubin emphasizes the benefits of natural and organic foods in contrast to the nutritional deficits found in processed and engineered foods.
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Format: Hardcover
The diet described in the Maker's Diet book is WONDERFUL!! A person doesn't have to believe in the authenticity of the Bible (at least in the context it's generally taken in) to know this diet can help with chronic health problems. History records that the Israelites were some of the healthiest people to ever live. I started the Maker's diet after reading Patient Heal Thyself, which was given to me at the store when I bought some Primal Defense HSO supplement for the first time. that was 6 months ago and I feel GREAT! I have battled chronic Candidia for many years now, trying yeast/sugar free diets and other unsuccessful methods to rid myself of the problem. Nothing worked until the Maker's Diet. Both books are wonderful, and I would actually suggest getting them both. The Maker's diet book has lots of great recipes, and Patient Heal Thyself has a very handy table to outline food choices by category: Super-Healthy, Healthy, Neutral, & Dangerous. That table has been VERY helpful!
Now go get yourself HEALED!
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