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The Liberation Diet: Setting America Free from the Bondage of Health Misinformation!

3.78 of 5 stars 3.78  ·  rating details  ·  9 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Truly life-changing, The Liberation Diet by Kevin Brown and Annette Presley shatters myths to bring a commonsense approach to eating?and living. Exposing the half-truths and outright lies taught by conventional nutritional wisdom, the program reveals why modern diets fail and shows how The Liberation Diet is the answer to America?s weight problem. With a bold and candid wi ...more
Paperback, 262 pages
Published November 25th 2008 by Booksurge Publishing
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Jul 12, 2010 Abigail rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: people who thought "Food, Inc." was right on the money
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Mary (BookHounds)
This is the scared straight of diet books. Who knew that chemicals and additives lurk in foods that are touted as healthy? I had read many of the facts in other diet books, but this one gives the history behind the horrible things manufacturers put into the food we eat. After reading this, I am trying to cut back on the chemicals and reading labels more carefully now. So far I have lost a pound and I am not starving either! The best part? Butter! I am eating more unprocessed foods and feel bette ...more
Jennifer Defoy
I've never really been a big dieter so, I've never really read any diet books. This one was a first for me. The Liberation Diet seems like a diet that just about anyone can do. As with any good diet it does require a lifestyle change, but with any weight loss program if you're not willing to alter your lifestyle to get results, you're probably not going to lose weight.

The book starts out with some common myths, and then dispels them. Things such as don't eat saturated fats and eat high amounts o
Sometimes I wish I could just snap my fingers and good, healthy, organic, whole, unprocessed, perfect, locally grown food would appear (prepared, of course) on my table just before each meal. But that's not what happens. Instead I do my best to find good food to prepare for and serve to my family each and every day for each and every meal. And it's hard. Just plain hard. Hard because it's time consuming and hard because it's a budgeting magic trick to actually pull it off each month.

I think I wa
An easy read, a great primer on good nutrition; debunks the low fat diet dictocrats.
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