The sidebars are a huge help, and enable the Hartwigs to deal with complex issues without fuddling around in the details. This is what I believe about food, and I am so glad to see it trumpeted. Birthing a baby is hard.
Love, feminism, equianimity, no-nonsense approaches to life. The Hartwigs emphasize food quality, particularly the quality of animal foods, as the primary aim of nutrition. And sure, if you consider things like Whoppers and Snickers as food, then it does eliminate a lot. After this book, and the encouraging way it was written, I plan to take it up a notch with a Whole30 within the next couple weeks. They are logical -- not preachy, which I liked. Hard-hitting and real and down-to-Earth all at the same time. Bodies are designed to work, and treating them well and with the proper nourishment is all most people need in order to heal, slim down, and become radiant, energetic beings. Doing so is no additional cost to you, but helps our team tremendously. And with health, a healthy weight always follows. It's brought up and dismissed very early on - while the Hartwigs could be more or less described as "paleo" people, they don't have much use for the label and they don't spend much if any time going off about evolutionary biology - they stick pretty much to modern science. Thank you, Melissa and Dallas, for caring so much about people and their holistic health to go through the trouble of putting together this fantastic book. This is amazing and so important, and I am so so so so so happy about this book for this reason. These four food standards, and the order in which they fall, are the precise reason that I love and advocate this book so fiercely. You can do A and this will happen or B and this will happen. Drinking your coffee black. Stress is psychologically but also physiologically important. Definitions, specifications, and clarifications are all designated special spots in sidebars that are super helpful. The fire and passion Melissa and Dallas have for their work are obvious over and over and over again throughout this book. I blogged about it here: Seed oils were not quite villianized enough for my tastes. The Hartwigs tell their readers straight up the limits of the research, and encourage experimentation and skepticism. For example, for women with androgen issues, I would never recommend putting dairy back into the diet, especially at 30 days. A healthy body is nothing without a healthy mind. Some things in the book that are relevant for health are glossed over, such as fitness, sunshine, and sleep. Hard-hitting, sarcastic, and down-to-Earth all the while. And food, when interacted with properly, assures all people—no matter how sick and fatigued they might be—the health, confidence, energy, and vitality that each individual has the potential to realize, but that has gotten so lost in the modern world.
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