Item description for Perfect Weight America by Jordan S. Rubin & Bernard Bulwer...
Overview Presents a sixteen-week, four-phase weight management plan that purports to burn fat, boost energy, improve digestion, reduce stress, and cleanse toxins from the body.
Everyone has a perfect weight. It may not be what you weigh right now. It may not be what your best friend weighs, or what your mother weighs. But somewhere inside, there is a perfectly thin YOU just waiting to be revealed Join New York Times best-selling author Jordan Rubin as he shows you how to discover your perfect weight and refocus your lifestyle toward attaining that weight.
Based on a landmark study conducted by Rubin in "one of the unhealthiest cities in America," Perfect Weight America has been created as a 16-week program to help you achieve your perfect weight. With solid medical advice from Bernard Bulwer, MD, an advanced clinical fellow at one of the premier teaching hospitals at Harvard Medical School, this book contains the blueprint for what will become a Perfect Weight movement that will sweep the country.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 6.5" Height: 9.5" Weight: 1.5 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2008
Publisher CHARISMA HOUSE #135
ISBN 1599792575 ISBN13 9781599792576
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More About Jordan S. Rubin & Bernard Bulwer
Jordan Rubin Known asAmerica s Biblical Health Coach, Jordan Rubin is a New York Times bestselling author, TV personality, motivational speaker and founder of Garden of Life a leading whole food nutrition company. Jordan has earned degrees in naturopathic medicine, nutrition and natural therapies. In 2009 Jordan fulfilled a lifelong dream by starting Beyond Organic, a vertically integrated farming and ranching network with over 8,500 organic acres in Missouri and Georgia. Jordan resides in Palm Beach Gardens, FL with his wife Nicki and three children Joshua, Samuel and Alexis.
Jordan S. Rubin currently resides in West Palm Beach, in the state of Florida.
Reviews - What do customers think about Perfect Weight America?
Im glad I did not pay for this book - a compilation of data from other sources Jul 4, 2008
Rubin seems to advocate a Kosher diet - there is nothing wrong with the cloven hoof in modern times - all animals raised for food today are "fed" feed - like corn or pellets - swine do not forage for food in farmer browns trash - nor are they fed trash, ( except of course - China where all factory farmed animal are fed trash and even human fecal matter). A better book is eat right for your type - this book promotes a kosher diet ( what would you expect from someone named Rubin and a publisher name siloam (IE old Jersulam)) & the latest trends in health ..nothing new here .. except it heavily hawks his outrageously priced products - his green drink "perfect food" says "tastes great" - are you kidding ? this stuff tastes like any barley grass green drink - horrid .. these books are being given away everywhere - I hope nobody has actually bought this book ..
A great source of information Jun 4, 2008
I really enjoyed reading Jordan's book Perfect Weight. It is very informative and I learned a great many things about what you should and should not eat. I have been a fan of Jordan's since reading his book "Patient Heal Thyself". He is one of most positive and honest people that I know, and will always use his products
Book is a Rip-Off May 20, 2008
Given Mr. Rubin's civil judgement against him and Garden of Life a couple of years ago, this book's appearance is no surprise - particularly since it is a blatant advertisement for Garden of Life products. While I acknowledge that eating closer to the way nature made it is certainly better for my health, there are aspects of Mr. Rubin's plan in this book which ended up making me feel worse and I believe were detrimental to my health. I am speaking of the section on the 10-day cleanse he advocates 4 times per year. I decided to give this a try about one month ago. According to the testimonials in the book and by Mr. Rubin's own account, after three days I should have noticed an improvement in the way I feel. I followed his spring cleanse plan to the letter. I had weighed myself the day I started the cleanse because according to Mr. Rubin, this plan jumpstarts your weight loss and most people lose several pounds during the cleanse period. I made it through 4 days before realizing I could not continue because not only was I extremely weak and light-headed, my abdomen was tender to the touch and I hadn't had a bowel movement in all of the four days. Prior to starting this, I had no problems in this area. By the fourth day, I was so sick, I decided to stop. It has taken almost a full month in order to get my bowel functioning back to normal. My metabolism completely slowed down during this cleanse so that I lost not 1 pound - I was exactly the same weight as when I began. And the hunger pangs were elevated. The products he advocates for the cleanse did nothing for me except waste $20 and throw off my whole system. As for the rest of the products he advocates, check out the prices of the stuff - for two people to take the supplements he recommends for one month, it costs several hundred dollars. No one can afford this long term unless they are well to do. This is a rip off plain and simple. Mr. Rubin appears to be interested in making up the millions he lost in the judgement against him. Figure it out... if every person who gets this book tries even once the supplements he recommends, then Mr. Rubin and Garden of Life will have no problem making up the lost income and most likely will and have profited from it. Don't buy this book!
save your money May 5, 2008
Purchase Sally Fallon's book Nourishing Traditions. Same principle and most of the recipes come from this book.
Good Advice May 2, 2008
Nothing new here except for Fucoxanthin. Stay away from processed foods, sugars, and so on. I've read the book, generally followed the diet, taken the supplements, and consistently feel much better (energy, focus, mood, vitality and so on) than when I started. We cheat here and there, so the weight hasn't fallen off. The supplements are super and reasonably priced. We're a single income household of 8, so we know about budgeting and food cost. We generally spend about the same as before because the junk costs just as much and doesn't do the jobs of nourishment and replenishment. We have heartily embraced a way to eat better and care for our health. We're on fewer prescriptions, get sick less. This is worth the read. One thing's for sure, nothing will work if we don't really want it to work. This program does work, surely like many others. We've picked a path and are staying on it. We happen to like this one a lot.