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PhD Diet Whey White Chocolate 1 kg by PhD
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I like the PhD brand. I enjoy the protein bars that they make. I decided to try this protein because of the conveniently added CLA, l-carnitine, flaxseed, and green tea. As a slow release protein, I'd have it as a late night (sweet) snack. It did not mix well for me in a shaker cup with screen or a shaker cup with ball. It left a grainy texture; also, I found the white chocolate was a weak flavor. I now blend it up for making my protein smoothies.
The Everything Paleolithic Diet Book: An All-Natur&hellip by Jodie Cohen
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
The book begins with a general explanation of the diet and its benefits. They offer tips for those that are more athletic i.e. consuming sweet potatoes or bananas before/after an event for more energy. I like the recipes in this book (150) because it involves actual cooking, which is something I enjoy doing. Some recipes offer a more stricter paleo-diet version i.e. not using baking soda or honey. The book gives recipes for snacks, meals, trail mixes, smoothies, sweet treats, and even some kid friendly meals. The back of the book contains a conversion chart, paleo "yes" and "no" foods, index, and a list of paleo substitution foods i.e. lemon or lime juice in place of vinegar, fruit-infused… Read more
The Paleo Solution by Robb Wolf
The Paleo Solution by Robb Wolf
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
I think this book is more appropriate for someone looking at Paleolithic eating as a means of wellness and healing. For those individuals with food allergies or digestive disorders or food intolerance. I've read similar topic books by Hines, Sission, Taubes, Fragoso and wanted to add this my collection as a person eating paleo for maintaining my health. It is a very informative book, but I didn't like the authors tone at times and occasional defencive and biased comments. For example, he states bout wine that"...[he] detest the stuff..." therefore doesn't promote it to readers. I think wine (which is basically fermented grapes) is a better compromise than a wheat beer. With comments like… Read more