Category Archives: fitness/diet

Fitter, Faster by Robert J. Davis

I’m giving this a 5 star rating because I feel the author did an excellent job of conveying everything needed to getting fit/fitter. The book is thorough, carefully researched with the latest studies/info, exercises,etc., and ensures that you don’t have … Continue reading

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Blast The Sugar Out by Ian K. Smith

Blast The Sugar Out is, on surface view, very similar to most books on the topic: eat more plants, avoid refined/processed foods, and exercise. But the book is also concise, has a nice set of meals/recipes, and is full of … Continue reading

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Tiny and Full by Jorge Cruise

Here’s the thing: with Tiny and Full, Jorge Cruise really hones in on a target audience and takes them by the throat: shallow youngish females fascinated with the Kardashians and celebrities and obsessed with supermodel ideas of fit. The hook … Continue reading

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The 8-Week Blood Sugar Diet Cookbook

The 8 Week Blood Sugar Diet Cookbook brings healthy eating back around toward low carb, low calorie, Mediterranean style dieting but with intermittent fasting (very low calorie days). The emphasis is on diabetes management and prevention – even curing diabetes … Continue reading

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Forks Over Knives: Family by Alona Pulde, Matthew Lederman

The author and chef did get a lot of things right with this book: the difficulty of transitioning a family into a vegan diet, defending the switch to others, supplements that may be needed, ease of preparation, etc. The language … Continue reading

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Eaternity by Jason Wrobel

Eaternity is a very earnest cookbook best suited for very dedicated vegans rather than those looking for an occasional vegan dinner. The recipes are divided by health benefit rather than type – making it a book one would use when … Continue reading

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The Obesity Code by Jason Fung

The Obesity Code is a relatively brief and friendly discussion about the role of insulin control and how it affects weight. This isn’t a diet book so much as a discussion on a more modern way to look at everything … Continue reading

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