nothing but good stuff. really.
The introduction to the book covers the three phases of the 15-day plan: shakes and smoothies, to clean and detox; meltdown, which focuses on prebiotics, probiotics and medium chain fatty acids; and the final stage of meals and recipes which contain all four categories mentioned earlier. These planned meals are designed to work synergistically.
After the 15 days, Ani details a maintenance plan, and a next stage: “further maximize endurance, build muscle and power, and even increase flexibility.”
The rest of the first part (it’s hard to tell chapters on an e-reader, eh?) is all about Ani’s background and education, and how she came to eat raw food and do what she does. We actually remember how a few years ago, upon first seeing a food book by her, we thought, didn’t she write a web design book? Which she did – here’s a link to all of Ani’s book currently available on Amazon, and to the Wikipedia entry about her..
If this review seems to be moving a little slowly so far, fret not: it will speed up. Reading it as we go, we only manage medium-sized chunks every night. We may skimp on the prose, but will include the nuts and bolts – the nitty gritty – the stuff that matters. Also, we will post our yummy vegan spelt pancakes for Sunday, since we will begin the 15-day program a few days later.
Up next: Day 4, Ani’s mission and what’s in it for the reader.
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