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Why so expensive?,
This review is from: The Hibernation Diet (Paperback)
Hmmm. If you look at the cost on the book, it is less than US$15 (on the back cover). But the sellers through Amazon want USD 25+? Be realistic guys, purchase from the publisher, they will only charge USD $15 plus another couple dollars for shipping.
The diet does make sense, from a non-dieters perspective. There are scientific reasons why this works. BTW if you are interested the author has a second book The Honey Revolution: Restoring the Health of Future Generations that describes the science more in depth.
I am not a dieter, though I do watch what I eat (no fast food (McDonald's, Kentucky Fried Chicken, etc...) no fried food (well very little). I never thought of consciously dieting. I was told about this by a beekeeper friend, and all it costs for this diet is basically a spoonful of honey at night. I sometimes mix it with water. It does not require you to use local honey, though I've been told local honey has it's benefits. You can use store bought honey. Honey has a range of sweetness, so if you find one honey too sweet find another brand. But I do sleep better, I do not know if I'm healthier, only time will tell.