Mucusless Diet Healing System Kindle Edition
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|Kindle, May 7, 2012||
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This edition, though not the official edition from Ehret Publishing, contained all the correct copy and the price was right, too.
It has taken me years to ease into and then finally enjoy a healthy lifestyle. And it's been disappointing to see how difficult it is for some of my friends and family to end their poor eating habits and change their lifestyle.
I wouldn't consider this book as a "starting guide." It's more for people who are already committed to changing their lifestyle. The author's ideas are as undiluted as his politically incorrect worldview. To be fair, he died nearly 90 years ago and was unrestrained by the social pressures of our current hyper-sensitive society.
For a short book, he covers a lot of ground, including acidic and alkalizing foods, transitioning to a healthy diet and fasting.
The transition diet he espouses is extremely important because Ehret's idea of fasting isn't today's MTV-type weekend cleanse. His idea of a fast is more of the biblical kind - 40 days or so.
One caveat - when you do begin to change your lifestyle, it's best to use a product to make sure you get all of the nutrients you need at the beginning. If not, your "cleansing crisis" could be so severe that you'd simply abandon your goals. Even when starting on a simple juicing regime, it's best to take it slowly at the outset.
In summary, I think this is a great book with proven concepts that will work for you. But just realize the guy's hard-core. Take it easy in the beginning and build on your successes and stay with it. It's definitely worth it.