Based on the description, I was expecting the book to be a good read of thought-provoking ideas on how to re-invent yourself. It turned out to be an instruction manual (daily plans) and cookbook (recipes) which is less useful if you are already eating healthily.
It surprised me that, while advocating healthy foods, the author recommended pre-washed/pre-cut/packed salads as well as nutritional supplements. Some of these I felt were presented so pushily that I ask myself whether he gets a share of the sales.
This book makes you think how to live healthily and how to slow down, and is written in a very motivating way (albeit a bit too verbose for my taste). So if you need motivation and know you are not living healthily enough, this might be a good read. If you know your food already, there's little new to be found here.