I would highly recommend this book to anyone interested in learning more about nutrition, how the body processes food/nutrients/sugars, and is looking for more education as a whole on the subject. I will say the beginning was a bit slow and some parts got very technical for a listener who has no background on anatomy/ body break down structures. I listened to those sections twice to try to understand the material. Once I made it past those rough patches though, I flew through the book. This book changed the way I look at and eat sugar and processed foods. I am so conscious of it all in the grocery store now, so it has changed the way I shop as well. Would definitely recommend.
Great lessons. I love learning by example, however it should be mentioned that this book is a compilation of examples for which the reader can read through.
Yes. For anyone wanting to gain a greater understanding of habits and why we do what we do, and how to modify your habits from bad to good, this is a great read to get you started.
Habits are incredibly powerful and determine most of how you go about your day. You have bad habits and good habits. It is possible to modify bad habits to turn them into good, healthy habits, but it is tough. Habits linger and can be triggered. The key is to identify the trigger.
I enjoyed the speaker and the story, but it could be a little sad/depressing at times. This may or may not be a good book for someone who is going through a similar experience with cancer or has a loved one with cancer.
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