Rip is a New York Times Bestselling Author who has published four books. His most recent book isThe Engine 2 Seven-Day Rescue Diet. As Rip says in the episode, this is the VARSITY program so that you can yield the greatest results in the shortest amount of time. We’re with you on this journey to health and vitality. Esselstyn , a former Austin, Tex., firefighter, delivers another winning book that provides a straightforward seven-day diet concept, a boatload of enticing recipes, and compelling … In your diet should be a lot of fresh vegetables and fruits.

Rip Esselsyn was born in upstate New York, raised in Cleveland, Ohio, and educated at the University of Texas at Austin, where he was a three-time All-American swimmer. After graduation Rip spent a decade as one of the premier triathletes in the world. To document his success he wrote the national bestselling book, The Engine 2 Diet, which shows the irrefutable connection between a plant-based diet and good health.

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Our habits of a salad at the beginning of every dinner slipped. There is a lot of good information in the book to convince someone to switch to a plant based diet/lifestyle. From the title I expected a book that was mostly focused on seven days of eating plant based, but it if more a rehash of his previous book. Easy to read and understand and a good introduction to whole food plant based eating. Not sure that it’s for me, but I could probably try it for a week like this book suggests.

He is a little more informal and accessible than some of the other WFPB authors out there. I also liked that in this book the recipes focused more on breakfast and lunch bowls, sandwiches, and other ways of preparing meals that are flexible and varied. My main criticism is that he includes information from a variety of studies, but does not give full citations for the studies.

I’ve read a lot of the literature about how vegan whole food diets impact health. It’s been many years, though, sense I’ve picked up a new book on the topic. My family and I used to be fairly strict adherents to a vegan whole food diet. It’s so valley health options easy to get out of the habit of healthy eating when temptations are everywhere. Over the last 5 years or so, while we were still mostly vegan, plenty of non whole foods and even, for my husband, occasional meats and cheeses reentered our diets.

A follow-up to “The Engine 2 Diet” outlines a seven-day vegetarian program designed for rapid weight loss and lower cholesterol, triglyceride, and blo more… He has appeared on hundreds of radio shows as well as national television shows, including the Today show, CBS SundayMorning Show, Good Morning America, and The Dr. Oz Show. Only those occurring naturally in avocados, etc. I do like the idea of going on this diet for 7 days as a detox. There are lots of recipes and a menu for the seven days to help you get through it.

My guess is that he didn’t want to detract from the readability of the book, but I would like to have that information. Also, as other reviewers have mentioned, the recipe links in the Kindle edition don’t work. The world’s #1 eTextbook reader for students.VitalSource is the leading provider of online textbooks and course materials. More than 15 million users have used our Bookshelf platform over the past year to improve their learning experience and outcomes. With anytime, anywhere access and built-in tools like highlighters, flashcards, and study groups, it’s easy to see why so many students are going digital with Bookshelf.

It lays out the why’s of eating plant-based is best, including in-depth information about how the body responds to what we eat, both good and bad. For people like me that lose motivation, these ‘why’s’ definitely help to see the bigger picture. Also included are super easy steps to make the transition to true healthy eating. He shares shopping lists, meals plans, recipes, and tips for batch cooking. This was one of the best, and cheapest, investments I’ve made for my health. I had been planning on doing the whole 30 challenge but realized I already knew most of my food intolerances.

I know you have to make a living but to push his Engine 2 Brand of food products were a little too much for my liking. There were a few decent-looking ones, and the overall plan was fine, but none of this seemed as good as what I saw in The Whole Foods Diet. There was also an over-emphasis on his personal line of products. Then my husband, who is genetically prone to high cholesterol, got an alarming test result. While I know what to do, really, I felt that I could use some motivation.