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Kick Your Fat in the Nuts Kindle Edition
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I have always felt the one size fits all diet didn't make sense, just the differences in food intolerances and weights in my one house make it seem so obviously wrong. This book looks at digestion and chemical imbalances as causes for excess weight. Will it work? I don't know, because all though in Chapter 1 we are told to step away from our maple syrup/cayenne/lemon juice concoctions and just eat real food, in Chapter 3 we need.... supplements. 3 of them, 1 of them only available from 1 source. A quick check says they will cost $116 + whatever shipping is (wasn't entering my address to find out). It wan't real clear how long it would last, but, based off the book quantities, I estimate its a typical 30-45 day supply.
I'm not sorry I read the book, it was easy to read, not loaded with errors, but I'm not sure I would rate it worth $10.95, the information is available elsewhere. Ironically, I don't think any of the glowing reviewers have tested this theory either. None of them mentioned the supplements, or an improvement in the condition they are taken to treat, and only 1 of them even mentioned any weight loss at all.
This book was written by a comedian turned health trainer, which is not a problem, and there is some great "food" for thought in it - however it's persuasion to eat correctly for your own body symptoms are combined with subtle - and not so subtle - reasons to purchase expensive supplements from a self owned supplement supplier.
Of course this may work for you, but for me it smells more like money out of my pocket helping someone else's lifestyle.
So in a "nut" shell; forgetting fads and eating whole unprocessed foods might just give you the same benefit - it may take longer for your body to heal itself - but you won't be supplement poor.
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I had a free kindle version first but wanted a real book that I could mark with post-its etc. so I paid for another copy. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Janderson
I have read all the RBTI stuff available, Thomas Riddick, the whole Melvin Page and Weston Price, too, and many others. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Andrea Di Chiara
I must admit, I haven't read all of it. But I will say that what I did read made me put it down and read no further.Published 23 days ago by Opal in Denver
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