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About 250 gourmet recipes from two dozen famous chefs help ease the blow to those who view becoming vegetarian as a dramatic lifestyle change. The good news is, entrées like Polenta Alla Veneziana and Tofu Gumbo will surely tickle the taste buds; the bad news is, the sheer number of ingredients and lengthy prep time required for most recipes could send readers running back to their favorite fast-food joints. Plenty of cooking methods, tips, and food descriptions help demystify the recipes; Ornish also provides a comprehensive nutritional analysis of common foods as well as for each dish. But the great strength of Eat More, Weigh Less is in Ornish's opening sections, where he builds a solid case for curbing fat, tossing out the meat and dairy, and fostering mental and emotional happiness. --Liane Thomas --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
Informative, but who can eat like this or find the types of foods he's referring to in a small own. I don't want to order my groceries on-line.Published 23 days ago by Debbie Hays
Some good ideas here, but not all that easy to put into practice. The first chapter of the book is interesting, the rest can be skipped.Published 1 month ago by Alan Dubin
Not just a lifestyle change, but, a different view into something other than a yo-yo diet. I would consider this a lifestyle difference and not a diet. Read morePublished 7 months ago by KCWazzup
His book is easy to read. It enhanses ones understanding about food and proper diet.
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Ornish was one of the people who helped popularize this way of living. Essentilally you eat a bit less, concentrate on those foods that are a little less caloric, and most... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
About what I expected. Just another diet book. Not able to read it all the way through. It probably has more meaning to people who are really interested in dieting and looking for... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Gail E. Pate
An excellent book with a great deal of beneficial knowledge and wonderful recipes. I went from a 230 pound meat and potatoes man to a 190 pound vegetarian and do not miss eating... Read morePublished 13 months ago by David Plowright
I bought this book 3 years ago after suffering a heart attack. It was helpful but extremely hard to consistently utilize this information. Perhaps impossible. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Thomas DeCOster