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Dr. Steven Gundry presents one of the most radical diets to date in his revolutionary book The Plant Paradox. This FastReads Summary & Analysis will help you learn the basic tenets of the science behind this ground-breaking diet. Please note this summary does not include the specifics of The Plant Paradox diet, but distills the key takeaways and provides an editorial review of the book as a whole. This summary & analysis will help you review the book's content and further understand its value from an editorial perspective. Whether you'd like to supplement your understanding, or simply decide whether or not The Plant Paradox diet is for you, this FastReads Summary & Analysis is here to help. Everything you need to know in under 20 minutes. 

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  • A short synopsis of the original book
  • Editorial Review of the writing style and content
  • Key takeaways of the author's main points
  • Brief chapter-by-chapter summaries
  • A short bio of the the author

Original Book Summary Overview: Can you imagine that plants may resent us for eating them, and that they might have set up some defenses so that we get sicker and sicker whenever we consume them? Dr. Steven Gundry, an expert on health and nutrition, drops some controversial revelations about how some foods we have been considering “healthy,” are actually contributing to our illnesses and decline in quality of life. Hard as it is to believe, Dr. Gundry explains that grains and whole wheat are actually causing obesity and a number of seemingly unrelated conditions, such as arthritis, migraines, and autoimmune responses, as part of its defenses against being eaten by predators like us.

PLEASE NOTE: This is a summary, analysis and review of the book and not the original book. It is meant as a supplement to, not a replacement for The Plant Paradox.

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