Dr. Mehmet Oz, Eat to Live offers a highly effective, scientifically proven way to lose weight quickly. The key to Dr. Joel Fuhrman's revolutionary six-week plan is simple: health = nutrients / calories. When the ratio of nutrients to calories in the food you eat is high, you lose weight. The more nutrient-dense food you eat, the less you crave fat, sweets, and high-caloric foods. In this guide, Eat to Live Diet Reloaded : 70 Top Eat to Live Recipes You Will Love!, there are 70 delicious and easy to prepare plant-based recipes for any time, any day, any occasion. An information-packed introduction to eat to live diet that has everything you need to know about Dr. Fuhrman's approach; and an invaluable guide to choosing the best ingredients and eat the foods you love while losing weight and staying healthy.
What disappointed you about Eat to Live Diet Reloaded?
I have a huge colleciton of cookbooks and was interested in the "EAT to LIVE" book, so I ordered the audio version and at the same time, the cookbook. Bad idea.
What was most disappointing about Samantha Michaels’s story?
Unless you have no sight, and like to cook, say no. There are few things harder to browse and follow than an audio cookbook. It is painful to try and get even partially through it. A recipe that you can glance at in 3 seconds, takes 5 minutes for someone else to read the ingredients to you.
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Caroline Miller?
I have no problem with the reader! I'm certain they learned a tremendous amount and may be the only person to have listened to every word of this cookbook outside of the author and the editors at the publishing company.
If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Eat to Live Diet Reloaded?
I have no problem with the editing or the editors, other than someone should have asked the question: "Why are we doing this, exactly?"
Any additional comments?
Just NEVER buy a cookbook in the Audio Format, it doesn't work, not at all. I really cannot think of how it could work for the listener. Why did they made it an audio book in the first place? It's the ONLY audio book I have truly thought was a mistaken purchase.