The Plantplus Diet Solution

The Plantplus Diet Solution

Personalized Nutrition for Life

Book - 2014
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Nutrition for the 21st century. A personalized, whole-foods solution for person and planet. Let's prevent and reverse the epidemic of obesity, diabetes, inflammation, and chronic illness that is bankrupting our country, our kids, and our future. Joan Borysenko, Ph.D., a Harvard-trained cell biologist and health psychologist, believes that when you've got the right information, you can make powerful choices to change your life. She cuts through the thicket of confusing--and often downright wrong--advice on nutrition and gives you easy-to-digest, bite-sized servings of real scientific information so that you can discover which foods your body needs to heal and thrive. Since Joan wears two hats--as a psychologist and a cell biologist--you can trust her to psych out your inner saboteur and help you make the changes you've been dreaming of. And as a busy woman who loves good food, she'll teach you how to make simple, scrumptious, satisfying meals that you and your family will love whether you're omnivores, vegans, or vegetarians.
Publisher: Carlsbad, California : Hay House, Inc., 2014
Copyright Date: ©2014
ISBN: 9781401941482
Characteristics: xxvi, 331 pages ; 24 cm
Call Number: 613.2 BOR


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Apr 07, 2016

The author did a good job of discussing many factors affecting weight loss into "science bites" that are easier to understand. I discovered lots of tidbits that no doctor ever bothered to explain to me. Although it comprised a small section of the book, it fell short, when the advice at the end was to make sure to eat one pound of vegetables a day, with very little elaboration except to open your fridge and weight the veggies you have. There wasn't much infomration about how many veggies a day one should eat, or even how to make such a diet workable in northern climes where fresh (unprocessed) produce only grows for 6 months of the year. Should we fall back on the Standard American Diet for guidelines on vegetables as backup? I haven't tried the recipes, but they looked reasonable and tasty, if somewhat lacking in specifics like portion sizes.


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