Nothing bad - it just takes too long sorting through the details to get what you are looking for.
Mr. Caulfield lays out a clear and well-researched blueprint for health and weight loss that really comes down to hard work and common sense.
I found the book to have good information although I did think that the author repeated his message more frequently than was necessary.
Drones on about the people doing the research rather than the research itself. When he does mention the research, he is very vague and wont site the sources!Published 17 days ago by gamerrose
Finally a book with real facts and the truth no one really wants to hear about weight loss. You have to eat healthy foods in the right portion or you will never control your... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Roy E Honeycutt
Full of unsubstantiated claims. The author justifies his statements with "a professor told me" "a trainer told me" or "my friend told me. Read morePublished 5 months ago by sudo nimh
The basic message of the book is that we should check up on and trust the actual science regarding matters of health instead of relying on public opinion, the media, personal... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Marcea
The concept and summary of message of this book are really good. There is no magic bullet. However - the author goes into excruciating details of economics, history, and research... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jayesh
I was a bit disappointed in the book. It wast what I thought it would be. However having read it I tend to agree with a lot of it. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
Good reading, I really like it, gives me things to think about. Glad I got it. Some good factual information.Published 14 months ago by exermom
The author is very honest and authentic in his search for the truth. Information everyone should know about living a full, healthy life!Published 16 months ago by Tori Minovich
The most interesting feature of this book concerned the way pharmaceutical companies deal with drug trials. Read morePublished 16 months ago by John Willis