Welcome back to the HH online book club! This month we've been reading Keep it Simple, Keep it Whole: Your Guide to Optimum Health by Alona Pulde and. Your Guide To Optimum Health by Alona Pulde, MD and Matthew Lederman, MD. Keep It Simple, Keep It Whole: Your Guide to Optimum Health. By Alona Pulde, M.D. and Matthew Lederman, M. D.. Exsalus Health & Wellness Center,
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HH Book Club - Keep it Simple, Keep it Whole (week 3)
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BYOL: Keep it Simple, Keep it Whole; Book Review and Giveaway
Richer foods like avocados, nuts, seeds as well as slightly processed whole foods like whole grain breads receive a slightly lower grade A. Not surprisingly, according to the authors, the goal is to try and live within the A range of foods.
However, this is where the authors demonstrate their flexibility.
Rather than telling their readers that they should only consume these foods, they instead tell the readers to aim to have an average of A foods, not to only have A foods. They say the more often one is able keep it simple keep it whole do this, the further up on the health scale one will be.
The book also recognize that not everyone is ready to live exclusively off A foods.
For those people who are looking at making changes incrementally, they suggest simply moving up the food scale as much and as often as possible. Feb 20, Eric Nelson rated it it was amazing Excellent book.
A good follow-up to the movie, Forks Over Knives. Gives a good overview of the research regarding a whole foods-plant based diet. The book, The China Study, gives a more in-depth look at the research behind eating a a whole foods-plant based diet.