REMEDY RECIPES

REMEDY RECIPES

by John M. Di Fazio II

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ISBN-13: 9780557400959
Publisher: Lulu.com
Publication date: 08/17/2010
Sold by: LULU PRESS
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 78 KB

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Remedy Recipes 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Vince24 More than 1 year ago
This book has changed the lives of so many people. I started following this book with my Fiance and we both saw incredible results. We both lost over 20 pounds within 3 months. I recommended this book to at least 30 people and each person has had great success. If you are looking to lose weight and start eating healty then this is the book for you.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The way this book teaches you to eat, will change your life forever. We don't realize how much food is a drug. Eat the wrong foods and you will feel horrible. Eat the right foods and you can control your life and health. Eating the wrong foods can make you store body fat, feel depressed and cause an array of health issues, like diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol. This book teaches you how to eat the kinds of foods that will melt away body fat, control diabetes, lower cholesterol, and lower blood pressure. Your whole mental, physical,and spiritual perspective on life can change by simple changing your diet and exercise. Life is about change. This book will be your coach to change. I've been following the recipes for years now. I feel great and look better then I did in my twenties. The recipes are simple and taste great.
Lynn11358 More than 1 year ago
Was this self-published? - Menus are provided based on a woman currently at 160 lbs/34% body fat, and men at 220/20%, and all menus for women are exactly 1/2 than for men. So if a woman weighs significantly more than a man, she should have 1 packet of sweetener to his 2, and 3 oz chicken to his 6 oz every time? It has no science to account for people of varying sizes. - I bought the ebook, so unless it was different in the hard copy, there was little formatting on his "allowed" seasons and condiments page. I found myself wondering where I could buy "red pepper cilantro", "ginger potassium salt substitute" and "sugar free non-dairy olive oil creamer". - There's a relatively short list of foods allowed, but you have to pick thru every menu in the 5 chapters to find them. A shopping list would make it easier. And though his recipes are basic, a cooking direction here and there would be helpful. - He strongly advises you to not make any changes to his plan, and there are no recommendations to be able to live with this diet once you reach your goal - no maintenance instructions whatsoever. However, the ebook has 14 (count 'em, 14...) pages of inspirational quotes. Which do YOU think would be more helpful?