The End of Dieting: How to Live for Life

The End of Dieting: How to Live for Life

In The End of Dieting, Joel Fuhrman M.D., a board?certified family physician who specializes in preventing and reversing disease through nutritional and natural methods, and #1 New York Timesbestselling author of Eat to Live, Super Immunity and The End of Diabetes, delivers a powerful paradigm-shifting book that shows us how and why we never need to diet again. Fuhrman wri In The End of Dieting, Joel Fuhrman M.D., a board?certified family physician who specializes in preventing and r...

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Title:The End of Dieting: How to Live for Life
Author:Joel Fuhrman
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Number of Pages:368 pages pages

The End of Dieting: How to Live for Life Reviews

  • Lisa
    Sep 21, 2014
    The diet book to end all diet fads and diet fad books...yes? I found myself agreeing with a lot of what was in the book: -diet fads are bad (I've never tried any -- except my grandma's old saying that pickle juice would make you lose weight -- I did that when i was skinny in hi...
  • Shea
    Jun 15, 2015
    Fantastic book. The author provides so much scientific evidence to support the nutritarian diet that you must, in the end, submit that nutritional science is beginning to detect repeatable patterns of the effects of certain foods on our health. The author eviscerates the "science" used...
  • Erin
    Dec 03, 2014
    I love this doctor and all his research. This is the third book of his that I have read, and I love all the updated info as well as the crash-course on nutritarianism. As far as I can tell from a little digging around in the realm of nutrition, he actually knows what he's talking about...
  • Jessica
    Jun 14, 2014
    We read Eat to Live six months ago and my husband and I have lost 40 lbs between us. I love reading Fuhrman's new stuff because he is always presenting new research and he isn't afraid to say how his recommendations have been refined over the years. He's right that eating tons of veget...
  • Deborah Escobar
    Mar 30, 2014
    Predictable Fuhrman. He's growing on me, but he is so much a zealot with abolishing everything in the world from your diet. No oil, no snacks on his diet plans, no dairy, no refined foods (which I'm already doing), no white potatoes, little or no meat (which I'm already doing). Beans, ...
  • Lachell
    Mar 09, 2015
    I have tried so many types of diets. What I am looking for, foremost, is a way to eat that promotes health and will also help me lose weight. When I read Eat to Live, it really spoke to me and so I also bought the companion cookbook. Both my husband and I really like the recipes and fe...
  • Jeremy
    Aug 19, 2015
    Apparently there has been a 50% increase in the number of adults with obesity since 1980. What is going on here? It must be all that fast food we?re eating, and all that exercise we?re not doing. I was hopeful at the start of this book, but it soon became apparent that this...
  • Adrienna
    Apr 03, 2015
    This was an easy read aside from some health/medical jargon but again it is to see from this standpoint how certain foods affect or benefit for your health. He is also recommending to make better choices with food, which can result in a lifelong of great health. I like how this book di...
  • Michel B.
    Nov 01, 2015
    Convincing (but again, in my case at least, preaching to the choir), quite thorough. Some chapters- first few - I thought contained really valuable information and insight on food addiction, etc. Book has lots of practical and applicable information as well as recipes, some of which I'...
  • Diana
    Apr 21, 2016
    I love Dr. Fuhrman, what can I say? I like that he's an MD who thinks prevention is better than prescriptions. Throughout my life I've asked doctors, "How could diet help this condition?" or "Is this affected by nutrition?" only to be assured that diet had nothing to do with any of my ...
  • Julian Pecenco
    Mar 02, 2014
    I think I actually preferred this book to Eat to Live. I appreciated the acknowledgement of emotional eating as a concern, even if there remains the assumption that the plan can solve it. It has been updated with the latest studies, and he notes where he has amended some of his recomme...
  • Julie
    Jun 22, 2014
    I will buy diet books when I need inspiration to eat better, and this certainly gave me a little inspiration to choose more fruits & veggies, but the diet itself is just not realistic for me and my family. Sounds great, as told by him, but he makes too many references to what seems...
  • Leah Polcar
    Sep 28, 2016
    4.7/5 Well researched. Changed the way I ate 100%. Really amazing review of nutrition. Doesn't get 5 stars only because I am not an expert on nutrition yet I feel he may be a bit biased against meat protein, but hell, to the extent he provides evidence, especially for weight-loss...
  • Melody
    Nov 23, 2015
    First off, an update following my review of Eat to Live by the same author? I've been on the six week plan for only a week to 10 days, loosely for 3 days before that, losing nearly a stone in 2 weeks, and I feel great (except for some major back pain over the weekend, I'm not sure if...
  • Cynthia Vogel
    Sep 27, 2015
    This book is yet another winner by Dr Joel Fuhrman. It is the fourth book of his that I have read that denotes the principles of the "nutritarian" lifestyle. He tells you the science of what your body needs for sustenance and how to eat in a manner that will bring you the most health, ...
  • Laura
    Jun 10, 2016
    I have read several Fuhrman books, so much of the information wasn't really "new" to me. Even though I am not a science gal, I love that data is backed with studies and science and that I could dig deeper into the science if I were so inclined. I like that this book hits on the addicti...
  • Nichole Dinato
    Aug 09, 2014
    Another amazing book by Fuhrman! This one focuses on weight loss, obviously, and breaks down why many popular diets are ineffective and downright dangerous. If you do Atkins or Paleo, please read this book!!!! It'll save your life! Dr. Fuhrman also goes in-depth on why we gain weig...
  • Enchantress  debbicat ☮~Traveling Sister
    Feb 21, 2018
    I have dabbled with reading this on and off for awhile. In my constant quest to be educated on the best diet for my health (and quite possibly the planet), I am gradually going thru all the plant based books, bc I do believe plant based is the healthiest way to eat. I like Dr. Fuhrman....
  • Autumn Kalquist
    Apr 09, 2014
    5 stars for the info you learn in this book, but if you already know what a Nutritarian diet is, this book just covers more research studies about weight loss. The book teaches you what you can also learn in Eat to Live, The End of Diabetes, and any of his DVDs, articles, and other...
  • Jenny Baker
    Apr 24, 2014
    Another great book from Joel Fuhrman. He does repeat some information from his previous books, but this is still worth reading or listening to the audiobook. The audiobook includes a nice 148-page PDF file. The PDF has a lot of recipes, but it does include some success stories and nutr...
  • Rob Greis
    Dec 30, 2014
    I started following his plan in mid October and by the end of December lost over 20 lbs. I feel great and really don't miss all the crap in the standard American diet. ...
  • Sarah Rehmatullah
    Mar 31, 2015
    Put an end to damaging your body and embrace the nutritional approach There are so many diets out there, one can end up on a merry-go-round of confusion that causes damage to the body. Someone needed to get directly to the point without overloading the reader with too much informati...
  • Kristi
    Jan 17, 2018
    This book had good information, but it was way too scientific for me. The last third of the book contains the information that actually interested me. I enjoyed reading that part of the book, but the rest was tough for me to get through. ...
  • Jmcrossfl
    May 07, 2014
    This is a great book written by a wonderful doctor who was my primary care physician when we lived in New Jersey. ...
  • Ms. Paula H. Reinovsky
    Jul 14, 2014
    Great Ideas in Not Dieting Great Ideas in Not Dieting This seems like sound advice for a food addict. I had slowly become one without realizing it. Can't wait to test out the info in this book. ...
  • Irina
    Apr 18, 2018
    Any eating plan that tells you what, when, and how much to eat is a diet. Period. It doesn't matter if the book or plan bills itself as a "lifestyle change." It's still a diet. This book promotes a stringent eating approach that eliminates a lot of foods and will probably be largely un...
  • Sandy
    Apr 03, 2018
    What a pile of crap This is essentially an ode to eating vegan. The author writes in an incredibly boring prose, slams all other diets by claiming they ignore scientific proof and then proceeds to do the same in advocating that only vegan diets make sense. Oh it has the usual nonsen...
  • Barbara
    Jan 02, 2016
    Would the diet industry even exist if we all understood the secret was a steady diet of healthy greens, colorful vegetables, beans, nuts, seeds, and fresh fruit? Dr. Fuhrman is NOT asking you to diet. He?s asking you to change your fundamental beliefs about food. It?s not about ...
  • Jes
    Aug 09, 2017
    I've read a lot of food books. I've read a lot of GOOD food books. This one, I'm just kind of eh about. It was no worse than Josh Axe's "Eat Dirt" in terms of selling me on the diet and his products. And of course, there was a caveat in the text declaring that he's not trying to sell h...
  • Raphaël Tremblay-Bouchard
    Jun 26, 2017
    I deeply believe that if the whole world population would read The End Of Dieting we would have a totally different point of view of HEALTH. I tink it is a total nonsense that since we were born, we have never learned how/what to eat but that at the same time, food is the pillar of our...