Open your mind, not your mouth
Eat to Live is Dr. Fuhrman's earlier book. I prefer Eat for Health because of its' hands on approach. Dr. Fuhrman's explanations are crystal clear. His use of reader's experiences throughout the book made this real.
It's Dr. Fuhrman so it's just the good stuff.
The bit about 'toxic hunger' I found to be all too true
Great book! This is book ONE and I found myself buying the complete set after listening to the first few chapters. In this book, Dr. Fuhrman references recipes from book TWO and I was so impressed with this book, I had to buy the set.
It's easy to understand and it's not gimicky at all. Bottom line - eat what God gave us in the state he gave it to us and you cannot go wrong. Here's to our health!
I really enjoyed listening to this book. The author (and narrator) did an amazing job of writing incredibly vivid and multi-dimensional characters. This story is unique and worthy of a read/listen. The story is engaging, thought provoking and touching. I wish these characters lived on, as they are endearing and memorable. This was a great read.
The very end when they go fly a kite. It was the part I was dying to find out if it would materialize. At the end, I wanted it to continue on. I loved these characters and wanted them to triumph out of their tragedy.
"For you, a thousand times over" makes me tear up every time I heard it.
His accent and prononciation of the character's names and places is something that would have been lost on me if I had only read the book. I felt like he was actually speaking to me, personally, and I was able to lose myself in his world.
"For you, a thousand times over"
I want more!! This was a great insight into the fighting and culture of Afganistan. The culture is something that is not depicted in American literature and virtually little is revealed in our media as to their sense of honor and pride.
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