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Bulletproof: The Cookbook: Lose Up to a Pound a Day, Increase Your Energy, and End Food Cravings for Good Hardcover – December 1, 2015
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About the Author
Dave Asprey is the author of the bestselling The Bulletproof Diet and creator of Bulletproof Coffee. He is the chairman of the Silicon Valley Health Institute and host of Bulletproof Radio. He has appeared on Today and Nightline and has been featured in Rolling Stone, Men's Health, Vogue, Marie Claire, and Slate. He lives in Victoria, BC, and Seattle, WA.
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He repeats a lot of information from his podcasts and previous book. He basically takes the ingredients he has been talking about forever and tries to pass them off as "new recipes". He promotes a lot of his branded products, which doesn't bother me, but it might some people. I was slightly disappointed with the book overall. You would be better off looking for recipes on the internet and making them BP with your own modifications, per your palate. This book isn't going to help that much.
2 meals a day, a period of fasting, butter coffee in the morning is a perfect plan. Eat until satiated, don't count any calories, stick to the good fats and enjoy your food while shedding unwanted pounds. The recipes are easy, you just need to gather the ingredients and do it. I feel so good I don't even want to eat out. I do what is suggested when I'm hungry and it works, no need to eat!
2. I used to work in catering/personal chef and taught cooking, so I have bought A LOT of cookbooks. The balance that I think is important in writing recipes for people who are changing their eating habits a) make them uncomplicated (so that you're not constantly thinking about food!), b) fairly easy to source ingredients (ever read diet recipes and go "what the hell is that and where am I supposed to buy it?!) and c) flavorful enough that you don't feel like a martyr.
3. If you're thinking of doing this, don't just "dabble" and then complain if it doesn't work for you. Read The Bulletproof Diet, there are explanations and valid research backing up the ideas, and follow it for a while.