Master Your Metabolism: The 3 Diet Secrets to Naturally Balancing Your Hormones for a Hot and Healthy Body!

 
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Does it feel as if you’re fighting your body to lose even one pound—or just to maintain your current weight? Respected health and wellness expert and bestselling author Jillian Michaels has been there, too. So she consulted top experts in the field of metabolism and discovered that she’d inadvertently been abusing her endocrine system for years. After “fixing” her own metabolism, she decided to share what she learned by devising this simple, 3-phase plan that engages all the weight-loss hormones (including the friendly HGH, testosterone, DHEA; and the not-so-friendly: insulin, cortisol, and excess estrogen).

In Master Your Metabolism, discover how to:
•REMOVE “anti-nutrients” from your diet
•RESTORE foods that speak directly to fat-burning genes
•REBALANCE energy and your hormones for effortless weight loss

Michaels offers a wealth of information throughout, including: shopping lists and online shopping resources, hormone-trigger food charts, how to eat “power nutrient” foods on a budget, smart strategies for eating out, quick and easy recipes, as well as mini-programs for addressing PMS, andropause, metabolic syndrome, PCOS, and menopause.

Customer Reviews:

  • My Rubachem Reviews is This Book is No Scam
    My Rubachem review of this metabolic mega-lifesaver is that it is no scam! Live well! Live right! Live light!...more info
  • Jillian you are awesome
    I'm a Jillian fan so I really liked the autobiography aspect of this book that traces how her knowledge of nutrition, exercise, and hormones developed over time. Some of the material in this book is a little too scientific for my liking, but I definitely learned a lot of things I will apply to my own healthy lifestyle. What I like best about Jillian is that she is someone who has had to work extremely hard to keep her "hot" body. She is a real woman....more info
  • A lot of information!
    This is a good book to help you really get in control of what you put into your body. It made me think about all of the things that are added to our food. I have seen a huge difference in my family's health and especially their allergies since I have cleaned out my pantry and eat as natural as possible. This is a good book to get you started. This book made me finally realize it really is about being healthy instead of a number on a scale....more info
  • Prepare to be scared...REALLY scared
    Let me begin by saying I'm a big Jillian fan. I listen to her weekly radio show and watch her faithfully on TBL. That being said, I'm not "gullible" enough to believe 100% of what anyone says without checking it out first.

    What's good about MYM is Jillian's frank discussion about the hormone disruptors we have injected into our daily lives. Kind of a scary wake up call. She ought to be commended for her attempt to take a rather scientifically complicated topic and trying to present it in a readable manner. This is NOT easy to do, and she does a pretty good job of it. People who complain about the book being "dry" because of the science aren't appreciating the efforts Jillian has taken to give her book credibility. Instead of making a bunch of wild generalizations, she is attempting to present the information in a responsible way.

    Personally, I don't know enough about the science and politics behind organic farming to know whether it's truly safer than conventional farming. On the surface, that claim sounds true, but I simply don't know enough to know whether or not it actually IS true. So it's an issue that I need to look into further.

    The section about how contaminated our drinking water is was the scariest part of the book. I guess what's frustrating to me is that it seems like there doesn't exist an effective way to purify the water from all of medications and anti-biotics that are present.

    In spite of these slight criticisms, I definitely recommend Jillian's book. If all you get out of it is to cut out products that contain high fructose corn syrup, partially hydrogenated oils (and don't be fooled by those labels that say "0 Trans Fats); read the ingredients!), enriched flour, and artificial sweeteners, then you'll be WAY ahead of the curve....more info
  • There's a lot of crazy in this book - but not all of it
    I am going to sum up this entire book for you in one sentence. Ready? Here you go:

    "Don't eat or take anything that's not natural."

    That's it. You now have the entire summary of the book. Unfortunately, that's about as helpful and realistic as the book itself. I should preface by saying that I have no idea who Jillian Michaels is, nor have I watched the Biggest Loser, so when I read this book, I had no idea what to expect or any expectations.

    There is a lot of straight factual information in this book; such as what environmental factors impact various hormonal functions within the body. What foods trigger or suppress chemical reactions in the body - thereby stopping things like sugar absorption or fat production. Unfortunately, liberally sprinkled in around these facts are unrealistic options - stop eating anything processed, buy organic whenever you can, cut out all medications that impact hormones.

    By this thinking, if you lived in Alaska an had your own vegetable garden which you worked by hand only using the rain from the sky and manure from your cow or horse (which only ate the local grasses), and fished salmon out of the ocean/rivers, you would be healthy and have zero metabolism problems. You can also start to see where you might have a problem with this in real life.

    Buy this book as a "Oh, that's neat to know," book, not as a "How I should live my life," book. It's just not realistic unless you have a ton of money and are willing to make trips to Whole Foods every day.

    If you truly want to learn about healthy foods, I would highly suggest The Omnivore's Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals instead, or Eat This Not That! Supermarket Survival Guide: The No-Diet Weight Loss Solution for day-to-day shopping suggestions....more info
  • Great book - very helpful!
    "Master Your Metabolism" is a very helpful, well-written book. It explains in great detail how the hormones & endocrine system works. Also explains how the hormonal system can become unbalanced & how to get it back in balance. Jillian Michaels also shares her personal story, which is very inspirational. She hasn't always looked like she does now so that means there's hope for all of us!...more info
  • Life changer
    So far I have lost eight pounds in eight days following Jillian's meal plan. I'M STUNNED. I thought it would take a year or more to lose my 20 pounds of baby weight. Because I'm still breastfeeding my three month old, I'm eating a lot more than she has in her plan (whole eggs, not just the whites, extra snacks, ice cream, and larger portions because I need the calories). I'm eating much more than I did before (I'd often skimp on lunch) but it's the right foods in the right way. The scale was stuck and now instantly the weight is flying off and with no additional exercise (my only exercise is walking). I feel so much better and have more energy to keep up with my infant and toddler.
    I bought the book just trying to eat healthier and if a few metabolism boosting veggies get into my meals all the better. Boy, this book was a surprise. It has inspired a whole new lifestyle for my family. I've implemented all her advice the best I can at the moment and will continue to move away from chemicals. The book is fun, scary and very informative. For those people who've heard it before and don't like the book, I say until it's mainstream and everyone understands the impact of seemingly inconsequential food choices and bizarre illnesses and obesity are on the decline, then it needs to be said over and over by as many different messengers as needed. Jillian has found her calling and is helping us all. I've given this book to my sick relatives and hope many others will read it as well.
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  • YOU Need This Book!!
    Great book to read and keep around as a reference. Everyone needs to read this book! It applies to all of us even if you are not overweight. Jillian knows what she is talking about and approaches this subject in a way that no one ever has before. VERY eye opening!! Excellent book!...more info
  • Cant read charts on the Kindle - buy the paper version
    This book has a lot of info in charts that you cannot read on the Kindle. Love my Kindle but some books have images (not text you can re-size) with limited zoom / resolution that are illegible. Don't buy the Kindle version of this if you want all the info! Customer service will issue you a refund and a discount on the paper version if you ask nice....more info
  • Incorrect title
    While this book may help someone just beginning to try to eat a healtheir diet,for the rest of us, it's an overview of many other well known diets.
    The book is also mistitled. Master your Metabolism it is not! Perhaps Living Heathly would be better. I purchased this after the Today show interview and am sorely disappointed....more info
  • Don't let the title mislead you.
    I am a hugh Jillian Michaels fan. I might have passed this book over otherwise. The title "Master Your Metabolisim" was almost misleading to me. My first impresion was that this is just another one of those fad diet books. When actually it a wonderful resource to living healthy. And it doesn't just cover your diet it gives you a whole new insight to the way our bodies perform their daily functions. As a Hypothyroid like Jillian this is next to my Bible....more info
  • Content good, format bad
    I enjoyed the content of this book very much, but I agree with other reviewers that the charts are unreadable. There are many charts, and they are central to the message of the book. I think that this formatting does not do Kindle any favors; I will not buy another Kindle book which may include interpolated charts and graphs....more info
  • MASTER YOUR METABOLISM
    This book is written in an easy to read format and is presented in a very interesting and down to earth manner....more info
  • informative and useful
    this book is informative and useful as a handbook. However it is not suited for me to follow though with the meal plan included. I'd starve to death;) But the discussion on hormones and homonal disruptors certainly got me thinking and shopping more consiously....more info
  • Does It Work LongTerm?
    Excellent information and leads the reader to a healthy understanding of balancing your hormones which does lead to a sexy and healthy body. I've been applying these secrets for the last 40 years and I look like I am still 40 years old. I know this would be an excellent companion book to Not Your Mother's Diet selling on amazon. ...more info
  • do not buy on kindle
    so far so good.
    do not buy on kindle.
    There are too many images / tables that do not scale....more info
  • Misleading Title
    This book should have been called Organic Living 101. It was interesting, thought provoking and overwhelming. I didn't quite believe all the science behind her ideas about hormones and the endocrine system, but it did make me think about getting a thyroid test....more info
  • Very Informative!
    The book answers alot of questions about why our bodies to not react well to junk food. Very informative. My co-workers want to borrow my copy :)
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  • helpful for women
    I found this book extremely helpful. I have been in and out of the gym for a number of years and heard all the "gym advice" from the men/women who hang out there. It was nice to get something in one place that is consistent.

    So far so good. Feel like I am making progress on my fitness goals and I definitely feel better....more info
  • I call this book my "health book, not a diet book"
    I Loved this book by Jillian. After reading it i began passing it to all my friends to read it as well. The info is easy to read and very informative. I have changed many things in my life after reading this book including reading all food labels more closely....more info
  • Very informative
    This book was full of very helpful information. It's much more than just "go organic" -- it also tells you exactly why you should and how all of the processed junk, preservatives and pesticides really affect your body. She explains it in an easy-to-read, no-nonsense manner, and it just makes sense--if it's not something found in nature, then your body doesn't know how to process it. Something is going to get screwed up.

    I've always been a diet coke addict and had a "if I have one bite, I can't stop" personality. However, reading the book scared me straight on the diet coke (haven't had a drop of soda since), and I've found that once I cut out the preservatives and unnatural stuff, my cravings have disappeared. I can leave food on my plate--even in a restaurant--and walk away. I feel like that's a result of avoiding the addictive chemicals that manufacturers put in their products. Of course, eating clean is somewhat boring, but the thought of putting chemical-laced food in my mouth is disgusting!

    This is a great book for people who want to be better informed about what they put in their (or their families') mouths. I think it'd be great if everyone read this book and started demanding that food manufacturers started using more real food and less additives. As Jillian says, we can help influence this with our wallets. If you don't have the money to go all out organic, Jillian does give you a prioritized list of where to start, and you'll know what other chemicals to try to avoid....more info
  • Please read this review before buying
    Just like most food/diet/health books there is some good information and some not so good information. You have to sort through it all. For most people suffering from hormonal issues it is either diet related or genetics. Unless you are working in a plastic factory or toxic waste plant, removing plastics from your home, changing your window cleaner, and eating organic food is not going to solve your health or weight issues. Changing the way you eat can for some and others need medicine. It is a lie to insinuate that natural or 'organic' is always the better choice
    "...Some supporters of organic growing claim that the danger of non-organic food lies in the residues of chemical pesticides. This claim is even more ridiculous: Since the organic pesticides and fungicides are less efficient than their modern synthetic counterparts, up to seven times as much of it must be used. Organic pesticides include rotenone, which has been shown to cause the symptoms of Parkinson's Disease and is a natural poison used in hunting by some native tribes; pyrethrum, which is carcinogenic; sabadilla, which is highly toxic to honeybees; and fermented urine, which I don't want on my food whether it causes any diseases or not. Supporters of organics claim that the much larger amounts of chemicals they use is OK because those chemicals are all-natural. But just because something is natural doesn't mean that it's safe or healthy -- consider the examples of hemlock, mercury, lead, toadstools, box jellyfish neurotoxin, asbestos -- not to mention a nearly infinite number of toxic bacteria and viruses (E. coli, salmonella, bubonic plague, smallpox). When you hear any product claim to be healthy because its ingredients are all natural, be skeptical. By no definition can "all natural" mean that a product is healthful.

    Consider the logical absurdity proposed by those who claim conventional growers produce less healthful food. To the organically minded, conventional growers are evil greedy corporations interested only in their profit margin. What's the best way to improve the profit margin? To buy less pesticides and fertilizer. This means they must use far more advanced and efficient products. The idea that pesticides leave dangerous residues is many decades out of date. Food production is among the most regulated and scrutinized of processes, and today's synthetic pesticides and fertilizers are completely biodegradable. They're supported by decades of studies that demonstrate their total safety.

    In the United States, 2006 brought two major outbreaks of E. coli, both resulting in deaths and numerous illnesses, ultimately traced to organically grown spinach and lettuce. According to the Center for Global Food Issues, organic foods make up about 1% of all the food sold in the United States, but it accounts for 8% of E. coli cases..." Unknown source

    One last thing, do not listen to her regarding your medications. She is not a doctor. Many conditions just are genetics. Like some people have drier skin than others some people have bad allergies or panic attacks and need their antihistimes or their antidepressants.

    The reason I gave this book three stars is that it does give some good information on DIET caused hormonal imbalances. The informaion regarding food choices is very current research and could greatly reduce your chances of hormonal and diebetes related dieases.
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  • thought provoking
    Content is very educational and interesting. Unfortunately it contains many small font tables which cannot be read on the kindle screen....more info
  • I Lost A Lot Of Weight With Another Book
    Like many people, I have watched Jillian over the past few years. I'm just very disappointed in this book. First of all, I feel that hormones are way out of her area of expertise. She isn't a doctor. Second, I feel that to eat the way she tells you to eat would cost a fortune...something I don't have.

    I recently read "The 7-Day Energy Surge" and followed the eating and exercise plan. I have, as of day 30, lost 14 pounds and I have to say, my energy is like it has never been before.

    The author, Jim Karas, who has helped a lot of celebrities (like Diane Sawyer) seems to really understand how to help us "regular folk" lose weight with a limited amount of time and money.

    Sorry Jillian, but on this go around, I have to go with another book.

    You should all do the same....more info
  • Master Your Metabolism
    As a fan of Jillian's from The Biggest Loser I am pleased to have connected with this particular book!!! Go Jillian......more info
  • loved book, not kindle version though
    I loved the book and will buy it in hardcopy. Many of the charts and lists are unreadable in the kindle version. I was disappointed about that. I'm sure there is a way around that, but dont' know what it is at this time. Plus with all of the recipes it will be easier to see them in print in one place. Ms. Michaels writes in an entertaining way about a complex subject. I was pleased with her the well researched way she presents her case. I plan to follow her advice and live a healthier life. ...more info
  • Love it!
    Very helpful! Lots of information to digest, but I appreciate the blunt approach and practical ways to apply the knowledge! 8 pounds to go to my goal weight!...more info
  • this book Really opened my eyes
    I have been dieting for over 3 years and exercising almost to the extreme and have been stuck at the same point for 2 years going up and down and what jillian has said about METABOLISM and processed prepackaged diet foods has made me RETHINK HOW I eat now it takes me longer to prepare my meals but thats o.k. I just drink green tea while I wait or prep my meal and her saying IF IT DOES NOT GROW IN/ON THE GROUND OR COME FROM A TREE OR HAS A MOTHER ...."DON'T EAT IT" makes me think every time I go shopping for MY FOOD I really recommend this book whether you find yourself struggling with your weight or just need to eat healthier ...more info
  • Not a good selection for the Kindle and the title is all wrong.
    Although perhaps informative Jillian goes way off on an organic tangent that us lowlies simply cannot afford. I realize she argues that you can making certain adjustments but I'm sorry, even the organic milk in my community is twice the price of regular. In fact, everything is twice the price. In the current economic situation; save yourself money--don't buy the book and Google "Endocrinology", "hormones", and "metabolism". You don't need Jillian to try and teach you those things. Not to mention you cannot use the tables at all on the Kindle. Zooming in does no good. I'd recommend the printed version but I'm telling you--this is not about weight loss or looking "hot"....more info
  • Nothing new here
    This book was disappointing. For one thing, Jillian stresses how her metabolism got screwed up because of the way she ate during her teens and twenties (e.g., fat-free stuff, diet coke, etc.). She indicates that by learning to eat correctly (read: whole foods, fruits, veggies, etc.) she was able to "reset" her metabolism. Of course, during one of the lengthy explanations of hormones, she happens to just throw in that she was put on thyroid medication. At that point, I was like, "Huh???" I'm sorry, but when I read that, I thought, "Well, no wonder her metabolism if fine now!" I guess my resentment is that she's touting this eating plan as being able to "reset" the metabolism, but her metabolism wasn't reset by the change in eating; it was reset by thyroid medication. I'm not saying that eating well doesn't help; of course it does. But there is no scientific proof that I'm aware of that links eating organic foods to an increased metabolism. And believe me, I'm not knocking organic. I eat organic, but her claim about it seems to be capitalizing on the "in" thing in today's society (e.g.., the all-natural craze).

    The other thing that bothered me was when I FINALLY slogged through half of the book and got to her eating plan, it was more of the same---in fact, more of the same OLD stuff that I thought people stopped advising. I mean, under a section on foods to watch out for, she includes tropical fruits (e.g., mangos, bananas) and dried fruits. The last thing I need is another diet that sets restrictions like that. Where's the mystery in weight loss: Jillian is telling us that calories count and to eat whole foods, lowfat dairy, and exercise. Is this some sort of revelation??

    All in all, this book seemed to give the same old dieting advice, but she's couched it in some new reasoning ("resetting" the metabolism) and including a lot of encyclopedic explanations about our hormones. I wouldn't recommend it....more info
  • Rhonda in Idaho
    I wouldn't recommend this book as a kindle purchase. The charts are impossible to read because they are in lightened micro print, and can't be enlarged....more info
  • Packed Full of Information - Great Reference!
    Jillian Michaels provides enormous amounts of information on how your metabolism works and the different chemicals and how it affects it. The information is a bit overwhelming but the ability to highlight and bookmark sections of the book in the Kindle, makes it easy to go back and reference sections.

    I found the Kindle price to be fantastic, I paid less than 9.99, I am not sure what all the boycotting fuss is about.

    I would have LOVED to give this book 5 stars, and would have it was the hard copy. The Kindle edition makes it hard or impossible to read some of the included charts. I wish there were a zoom function. I haven't tried highlighting the chart and then going online to read my highlights, has anyone else? Does this work?

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  • This book + Jillian's 30 Day Shred = Fat Loss!
    This book is amazing.

    I got this book plus Jillian's 30 Day Shred and her Fat Burning DVD. I use the Shred everyday and follow the book closely. I've lost 8lbs in 8 days and 9% body fat! I already look different. My muscles popped within 3 days of the workout. My arms look much more muscular, and so do my legs and abs. I also feel stronger than I ever have in my life.

    I can't say enough good things about this book, and about Jillian and her entire approach. I love her.

    If you get this book, get at least one of her DVDs with it, along with a fat measuring scale and a pair of dumbbells (both can be purchased here).


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  • Ok I'm half way through but so far so VERY good
    I am an exercise science undergrad and have been learning more and more about nutrition after I began changing my shape from obese to athletic shape 5 years ago.

    This book has some really interesting information on the biological effects the food we eat has on the body but, even for me, who is studying a lot of this stuff, it gets a little bit heavy at times. However, I like the fact that the information is there, when I "digest" the information further, I will probably go back and read through each hormone and its function and factors that affect it more thoroughly. So its not wasted information - it just is sort of top heavy - when you want to get to the plan and suggestions, there's a lot of "learning" up front.

    For me, I don't think there is anything really amazingly *new* in her book that those who don't read Women's Health and/or keep up to date with latest nutritional findings will know but it's a really decent guide to the effects of some of the things we KNOW we shouldn't be eating (at least on a regular basis) all in one place. I think to a complete newbie on the world of nutrition, they will be completely terrified by her "rules" but if you are like me and have already made certain commitments to healthy living but are either stuck in a rut / plateau and feel like your body doesn't seem to want the same things you want (i.e., for you to look lean and good!) then this book gets your head back in the right mindset.

    As I said I am halfway through but every time i pick up the book and read another chapter, i am more inspired to take Jillian's advice and tips as far as I can feasibly in my life. And that's really the score here - its not always feasible to cut out everything she suggests but its good to know what you should definitely cut out (high fructose corn syrup, for example) and what you should keep an eye on (alcohol, even tropical fruits!). She is very good at being reasonable about these things. She knows we want a drink with friends and doesn't say NO means NO.

    Finally, I want to say, I don't know if she wrote the whole book or co-wrote it with a lot of experts but what I do find nice, especially if you are fan of hers, is that her essence and her motivational abilities really come through in the writing. ...more info
  • A high school health class should be centered around this book!
    My husband and I bought this book after hearing Jillian plug it on a morning radio show. I figured I already knew what she was saying but I needed some new motivation,and my husband "hears" better when someone else says it. Wow! We are only at Chapter 5, and already the book is worth it. If she spews drivel for the rest of the chapters, I'll still think I got my money's worth. As for knowing it all? Not nearly in the detail Jillian goes into. If every kid learned this in high school, there may not be an obese adults in this country! Good, practical stuff. Thanks, Jillian! Can't wait to see the results on the scale...but even if I don't, at least I'll know I'm ALOT healthier!...more info
  • The Only Diet Book You Will Ever Need to Refer To!
    Jillian is a nutritional genius! I wish this book would have been available years ago! It would have saved me a lot of time and energy trying to figure out my own metabolic system of what works and what doesn't work. Her tips and recipes are incredibly easy to follow and I've already lost a few pounds following her simple advice. ...more info
  • Horrified but Happy - This is about much more than weight loss
    I am a self proclaimed health guru. I have read many books gone to ND's, herbalist, Iridogist etc... so much of this information was not new to me. Somehow however in these pages Jillian was able to really get to me in a way that no other information has before. I am horrified at what we all subject our bodies to and what is thrust upon us without our knowledge but happy to finally be ready to do something about it! I am tired of being "skinny fat" and thrilled that someone understands the problem with this type of body composition and why I am this way. I get it now and I know how to change it. It is a reasonable solution. I also have problems with blood sugar and endometriosis that I believe these changes will help dramatically. Thank you to Jillian and all the worked with her on this research. Phenominal job!

    I want to comment on some of the negative comments. Jillian does suggest not taking drugs however she also mentions to check with your doctor and that she wouldnt want to live in a world where there isnt modern medicine. Also, the part where she says to REMOVE toxic foods, chemicals, household and cosmetics that are toxic and throw them away she makes a good point. Junk is junk and no one should have it. I did opt to give mine away just because the people I gave it to are not interested in a healthier lifestyle at this point. Each person needs to make their own decision but she was making the point that it is JUNK.

    This is the first book on health/diet that I agree with almost 100% there were only a few things I didnt agree on for one using Xylitol as a sweetner it is also a chemical and should not be used.

    All and All this is a MUST read and is now my number 2 health bible!...more info
  • Good Book but DO NOT buy for the Kindle
    I love Jillian Michaels and own 3 of her kick butt workout DVD's. Since I didn't own any of her books, I was very interested to hear her thoughts on metabolism. The content in this new book is certainly impressive and makes a lot of sense. Although I already knew a lot of the information, she did surprise me with a few things that I'm starting to integrate into my own life. I feel that going totally organic would never work for our family unless we win the lotto but I do try to find things on sale here and there and believe that organics are a good thing. I think that even if you take just a few ideas from this book it would improve your life and your health, however, to follow it to the letter would prove extremely difficult unless you are one of the lucky few that can afford to do all your shopping at the natural foods market. My only disappointment with this book is that I bought it for the Kindle and could not read any of the charts or food lists (a large and important part of the book). Even with the font enlarger on the Kindle, the tiny print could not be expanded for legibility. What a bummer. Please learn from my mistake and buy this book on paper, do NOT buy this book for your kindle!!...more info
  • Master your metabolism
    I found this book to be very informative. Some of the food picks are only available from the internet because of where I live, but otherwise it was a great read and had a lot of really good ideas....more info
  • Best book out there right now on nutrition
    I absolutely loved this book. It focuses heavily on how we are poisoning ourselves with plastic leaching and xenoestrogens. I applaud Jillian for taking on the HFCS (High Fructose Corn Syrup) phonies I loved how she was fearless with all the huge lobbyists out there protecting financial interests while America gets bigger and bigger. I loved how she supports local farming and eating grains from the earth. This book is a well-balanced approach to eating healthy, exercising and relaxation. We are so stressed out that we eat non-stop and mindless without intention or consequence, but as she shows there are consequences. Thank you for writing this book! Way to go Jillian - keep it coming...more info
  • inspiring
    Easy to follow and easy read which is what is needed in this busy life-style! Inspiring as well that it all starts with little changes first then eventually a life-style change!
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  • Master Your Metabolism: The 3 Diet Secrets to Naturally Balancing Your Hormones for a Hot and Healthy Body!
    After reading this book, I learned a great deal about the endocrine system and what we in this country are doing to our bodies. With all of the hormones and preservatives being added to our food and various other products we are going to do irreparable harm to our bodies. Jillian has her "kick butt" voice pervasive throughout the work but it is a scientific and technical piece so a tad dry. It is not the book for you if you are looking for a "weight loss" book but very informative if you are looking to lead a healthy lifestyle....more info

 

 
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