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21 Pounds in 21 Days: The Martha's Vineyard Diet Detox Format Kindle

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Detox Your Body, Detox Your Life!

Detox diets are making news as the quickest, easiest way to shed pounds, boost your energy, and get yourself on a wellness track. One of the key advocates of the health benefits of cleansing detoxes is Roni DeLuz, ND. In 21 Pounds in 21 Days, DeLuz offers three different detox programs, focusing on detoxification through taking antioxidants, fasting, stress reduction, and lifestyle changes. Also included in the book are:

  • Maintenance plans
  • Dozens of easy, delicious recipes
  • Real-life tips
  • An extensive glossary of terms
  • A guide to supplements

21 Pounds in 21 Days isn't just for those looking to lose weight; everyone can benefit from this revolutionary detox diet that results in a clean, refreshed system that functions at its best.

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Detox diets are making news as the quickest, easiest way to shed pounds, boost your energy, and get yourself on a wellness track. Popular in the 1970s, cleansing fasts are again all the rage among celebrities like Gisele Bundchen, Gwyneth Paltrow, Stella McCartney, and Madonna.

One of the key advocates of the health benefits of cleansing detoxes is Roni DeLuz, ND, a licensed naturopathic and health practitioner at Martha's Vineyard Holistic Retreat, part of the renowned Martha's Vineyard Inn. The idea behind DeLuz's new detox plan is the belief that the foods we eat (along with the coffee, tea, and alcohol we drink and the air we breathe) contain harmful and toxic substances that accumulate in our bodies and need to be removed in some way. In 21 Pounds in 21 Days, DeLuz offers three different detox programs, including the original and most effective 21-day "MasterFast," which promises a 21-pound weight loss in just three weeks and focuses on detoxification through antioxidants, fasting, stress reduction, and lifestyle changes. Also included in the book are:

  • Maintenance plans
  • Dozens of easy, delicious recipes
  • Real-life tips
  • An extensive glossary of terms
  • A guide to supplements

Meals consist of supplement-laden drinks, herbal teas, thick, delicious vegetable purees, and "live" juices, along with nutritional supplements, vitamins, and enzymes designed to keep the body's systems stable and its cells nourished while harmful toxins are flushed out. 21 Pounds in 21 Days isn't just for those looking to lose weight; everyone can benefit from this revolutionary detox diet that results in a clean, refreshed system that functions at its best.

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  • Editeur : HarperCollins e-books; Édition : Reprint (17 mars 2009)
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HASH(0x9b5e4d50) étoiles sur 5 Feel your best! 16 mars 2008
Par K. Cooper - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I did this cleanse because a friend of mine recommended it and it is one of the best things I've ever done for my body. I did it for 15 days, and yes, I lost 15lbs, but more importantly than the weight I lost my body felt the best it has possibly ever felt.

I've read some of the other reviews, people said it was disgusting or they were hungry all the time, and I should say that I did not follow the regimen to the letter. I bought Naked Juice instead of Martha's Vineyard's juices, I used supplements that I liked, I did a Yogic intestinal wash (Laghoo shankhaprakshalana) instead of enemas, I added a pinch of salt to soups I made that were too bitter, and I ate soups at restaurants when I went out with friends. I think in order to keep from failing you have to allow yourself some wiggle room. The end result was amazing ... my friends all said my skin was glowing, my mood improved, my energy level increased, I wanted to exercise, and I felt fantastic in my body. And when I did start eating again, everything tasted SOOO GOOD! I enjoyed food on a level I never knew was possible.

If I'd followed the cleanse exactly my results could only have been better, but the way I followed it I didn't get hungry, I didn't feel deprived, it wasn't disgusting, and I still got all the benefits. I highly recommend this program to anyone wanting to improve their health, and the bonus is you'll get an improved relationship with your body and with food.
332 internautes sur 352 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x9b5878a0) étoiles sur 5 This book is truly awful, but THE PLAN WORKS! 1 février 2008
Par Kadie in Seattle - Publié sur
Format: Relié
I'm on DAY 6 and I've lost 8.5 pounds!

Having said that, let me add that my success so far has been largely due to my own ingenuity and prior knowledge of the many poorly presented concepts this plan adheres to.

Reading this book, I was amazed at the general negative undertone throughout, especially when combined with the insistently surprising references by both authors to their personal religion and faith. While both authors describe in detail their negative health influences over the years (the book reads like one bad health crisis after another), when it came to the positive elements of their recoveries from these health issues, not much was said. I noticed many opportunities where the authors could have pumped up their dialogue with lively positive feedback to empower their reader, yet did not. It would seem to me, if you want to inspire people to drastically change their habits, playing up the positive would be crucial. By the time I got to the "story" about sisters who died after binging on beer and bar food because they did not come off their 21 day cleanse as prescribed, I was done with the bad vibe this book gives off and was left with the distinct feeling if I ever met the authors in person they'd have dark clouds hovering over their heads.

As well as the book being a downer to read, the majority of the program is presented in a very secretive way. Detailed info on supplements, processes and assured recipes are nearly non-existent (the products can be found on an accompanying website, though what you can expect to get in the detox kits sold here is also vague). Who writes a book to help people, then snatches away all the "help" at the last minute? There's that dark cloud again. Clearly the focus for the authors was on making a buck. Offering up true, accessible healing to their readers seems to be secondary, if at all.

Still, once you figure out where to find the program necessities, the diet does work and I couldn't love the results more. Here's the scoop:

The drink mixes and "cleansing herbs" kit are all from a company called Garden Greens. You can find their products by googling "Vegesplash", "Essential Greens" and "Inner Cleanse". You can also double check this info on the MV Detox Diet website by clicking "Buy Detox Products" and thoroughly reading all the info and links in the kit descriptions. Clicking many of the links highlighted in blue will bring up ingredient and nutrition info for the products offered.

All of the other products listed in the book for the program are easy to find at Whole Foods or Super Supplements. If you tell the store clerk what you are using the item for they can guide you to the right one.

I couldn't find the Garden Greens products locally and chose a different brand (with the help of the clerk at Super Supplements) based on the somewhat vague guidelines given by the author. So far, I feel great and the program works as outlined with these products too!

Many of the concepts here are based on principles found in the raw food movement. If this book leaves you thinking, "ok, but why?", check out the books by Natalia Rose. She empowers her readers with an incredible amount of inspiring knowledge, and her vibrant lust for life and good food is immediately contagious. Her book titled, "Raw Food Life Force Energy" is particularly upbeat, fun and packed with info.

FYI: I am a 165 pound female with 25 pounds to lose.
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HASH(0x9b7490a8) étoiles sur 5 Don't be fooled by the negative reviews 30 juillet 2007
Par Sonya M. Shannon - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I obtained a copy of this book after reading ALL of the reviews and then also keeping tabs on a couple of blogs where people were actually 'doing' the detox. By the time my copy came in, I was excited to begin reading it because of how well those 'bloggers' were doing.

In short: this is not really a diet. The cover is eye-catching and sure to grab the attention of the diet-conscious crowd, but really what it is is a DETOXIFICATION PROGRAM -- either 2, 7 or 21 days long (your choice). It is very strict -- but in order for it to be a true detox program it would have to be. The author was urged & inspired to write this book after her DETOXIFICATION PROGRAM was discovered by people and then, by word of mouth, sought after -- because of the wonderful side-effect of weight-loss.

You are not required to do any sort of enema or colonic, though it *is* recommended. (I plan to do this part of the program myself, because I have read numerous other sources that recommend it, not the least of which is Edgar Cayce). The point to performing a colonic and/or an enema during the program is this: your body has several waste-disposal systems, your skin, your urine, your feces and mucous. When you are detoxing, your body needs to dispose of this waste somehow. Colonics and Enemas are recommended because they are the quickest and most thorough way of eliminating these toxins from your body. If you don't get rid of them soon enough, they will end up being reabsorbed into your system which means you just wasted a bunch of time and effort and will have to go back to the beginning again, or else find another way to eliminate them.

Now, of the many bloggers who I have come across & read their experiences, less than half seem to do the regular enemas & colonics, and they still seem to achieve stupendous results. One woman talked about her spider veins going away, another woman remarked that her skin allergy to her jewelry (that she'd had for many years) is no longer a problem for her -- she's wearing her wedding ring again, with no blistering or rash. Other people report changes in their metabolism and the fact that they no longer suffer from indigestion.

I won't lie - this program is not going to be easy - but in the fast food world we live in, where even canned vegetables have added sugar and colorings -- we NEED to cleanse our systems from time to time. Many people report that they don't like the drinks -- well you know what? People who drink sugary sodas and don't consume much in the way of fresh vegetables (or even frozen) are going to have polluted tastebuds. Part of this whole learning curve/experience is to purify ourselves so that we can begin to appreciate foods the way the come in nature, and not the way they taste after all the nutritional life has been preserved out of them.

I am giving this book five stars because it does a good job of explaining *why* you should detox. And also because after seeing everyone else's results, I already know that it will work for me. Track my progress at [...]

**edited to add: For those who think it's too expensive, try going to the Vitamin Shoppe -- I found EVERYTHING I needed there and came away having spent less than $70. Combined with the vegetables I already bought from the grocery store, that was all I needed to get started. Now who can't afford that? If they can afford $20 for pizza hut delivered to their door, they can afford $70 to start a new life & body. Just my .02 cents.
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HASH(0x9b68f168) étoiles sur 5 Consider this a $-Saving tip: Pass this book up! 8 juillet 2007
Par Lamchop - Publié sur
Format: Relié
I ordered this after falling for the whole nurturing "Dr. Roni" thing on Sirius with Robin Quivers. After spending over $200.00 for my "kit" and reading the entire accompanying manual, it seems you require ingesting some "enzymes" several times a day -- reportedly a very important part of this. Unfortunately, the "kit" does not include them, and you're left on your own to find them, buy them, ask what they are, etc. The shakes are not satisfying and taste horrendous -- apple, berry, tomato -- it doesn't matter -- all bad. Most of all, you are on your OWN. Roni DeLuz &/or her people don't feel the need to respond to emails with legitimate questions/concerns customers may have once you've paid. Unless she lives in your house and you pay her the big bucks to follow you around, my feeling is this "diet" is smoke & mirrors. Too difficult to do on your own; save yourself the $ and either starve yourself for free or do a more realistic diet a working person can implement into their life.
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HASH(0x9b38bdf8) étoiles sur 5 Don't waste your money... 11 mai 2007
Par JSycho - Publié sur
Format: Relié
I heard about this book through the magazine Women's World, and the sample detox diet that was sort of promoting it. It seemed like an easy, sensable diet. Lots of fruit and vegetables, lots of water, and a few supplements to make sure you got your daily requirements of vitamins/enzymes and such. I thought, I think I'll buy the book and get the whole story on the full 21 day detox.

I found that in reality, this is a completely unrealistic plan. Sure, what you eat may sound all right (a little extreme, maybe, but better than the grapefruit diet), but it's the other required activities that no normal person would ever do, that really turned me off. Things like weekly enemas and colonics. I live in Pennsylvania. In the country. I'm a private person. I can't do that unless my life depends on it. (And even then, I'd have problems.) There were other things too, that weren't required, but some seemed to call for special equipment, or were completely out of my price range to do.

The book starts off sounding down-to-earth. Saying things like, "Organic food is best, but if you can't afford it, that's okay! It is a lot more expensive than other foods. Buy it when you can." A few pages are dedicated to discussing the pros and cons of other diets, like how unhealthy Atkins is, or how some diets have too many choices and normal people would mess it up, or that some are too expensive, or that some are too much of a bother for people to stick with. Which is fine. A lot of it is true. But they didn't include how ludicrous their own diet (detox) was.

Basically, I got the message that if you can't afford better food, that's okay, but you have to give yourself a coffee enema on a regular basis and go to some sort of "Colon Therapist" for treatments once a week. How is that not too expensive or not bothersome for people to stick with?!

There's also a lot of mention of "spiritual healing", and to each his own, but I don't buy into that. And if I want to break away from healthy eating on the occasional cheat, I go to Wendys, or Pizza Hut, or Dairy Queen and treat myself to a favorite. I don't have a calorie rich broth that probably tastes awful. Cheating is about enjoyment, not health, and it won't kill you or even make you gain weight, if you only do it once in a great while. (And by OCCASIONAL CHEAT I mean maybe once every month. Obviously a healthy lifestyle doesn't include fast food, but I doubt there's a person out there that can honestly claim they NEVER EVER eat pizza or have an ice cream cone.)

I was never one for diets, especially fad diets. I should have followed my instincts and not bought this book. I believe in healthy eating and exercise. If you want to lose weight, eat less and better, and exercise more. It's slow, but steady. You don't need fancy (and uncomfortable) procedures, expensive cooking appliances, or expensive exercise equipment. A pair of comfy shoes and a pair of handweights, a little dedication/willpower, and you're set.
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