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of health,diet and fitness books and articles and will tell you this book tells
you all you need. The book is 70 pages, easy reading and to the point, no fluff
and B.S. just sound advice. One of the best ever read.
This kinda ties in with soy, because humans aren't evolved to eat either. But in both cases humans found that by fermenting either allows them to digest it (in the case of maize, nixtamalization.) Which is probably why so many people in devolved countries are developing gluten intolerance. In the past grains were left in the field to dry in shocks, a relativity slow process, this allows a small amount of fermentation to help break down the grains. Compared to today grain is harvested and dried so quick that the grain is preserved to a fault.
2nd: He mentions coconut oil as a good fat. But fails to warn that some are extracted with hexane, which I think is worth telling people. Look out for really cheap coconut oil, it tends to be hexane extracted.
3rd: The mention of "sweating" as a form of detox. As far as I'm aware, there have never been any study that suggest the act of perspiration is a method of detox. However exercise does. A lot of toxins are stored in the fat and get released as you burn it off. "Mens sana in corpore sano"
The overall point of the book is sound and easy to follow though. I would still direct this to others as an easy way to understand what they should be eating.
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This is a very little book full of not new info. It was cheap so no worries but if you think you're getting a cook book or nutritional guide move on!Published 19 months ago by Ottabme
Short and to the point, you can read the whole thing in a hour or two. Nothing new as far as info goes, but I like it.Published on December 25, 2013 by MGunz
Just tidbits taken from some books he read (he gives a small bibliography)for this tiny book. Don't eat sugar, go back to natural (saturated) fats, drink lots of water, eat protein... Read morePublished on October 31, 2013 by Get Serious
I love it when someone can just tell the truth and educate at the same time! Not many people can do it and Patrick did it well! Read morePublished on July 5, 2013 by Amazon Customer
Thoroughly enjoyed the book. Just more for me to think about in my search for answers to long term challenges. Read morePublished on January 22, 2013 by Carol Brown
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