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  • Broché: 348 pages
  • Editeur : Foodnsport; Édition : Reprint (1 décembre 2006)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1893831248
  • ISBN-13: 978-1893831247
  • Dimensions du produit: 22,9 x 15,2 x 2,8 cm
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Un livre qui peut changer une vie 11 mars 2013
Par Cathy85
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Ce livre est très facile d'accès et la démarche à suivre est bien expliquée !

Il faut avoir un esprit ouvert pour profiter pleinement des conseils du Dr Graham. Je pense que pour en apprécier pleinement le contenu il faut également faire des recherche sur YT pour entendre de vive voix les conseils et les explications supplémentaires pour les personnes qui comme moi sont ouverts d'esprit mais malgré tout difficiles à convaincre totalement. Car le Dr Graham remet en question notre manière de vivre à l'occidental.
Pour ma part, j'ai appliqué ses conseils sur 3 jours, puis 2 semaines et maintenant je ne suis pas à 100% ses enseignements mais je les ai adaptés à mon quotidien. Et j'en vois largement les effets positifs !! Ce qui m'a convaincu c'est de voir tant de personnes (connus ou non, comme Bill Clinton par exemple) essayer l'aventure du végétalisme et les bienfaits qu'elles ont ressentis. La majorité est resté 100 VG ou a changé ses habitudes alimentaires :)

Je le conseille fortement à mon entourage et à toute personne qui souhaiterait une amélioration nette de sa santé !
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 super livre! 22 novembre 2012
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un livre très complet et compréhensible qui permet d'ouvrir les yeux sur l'alimentation moderne. Ce livre me permet aujourd'hui de me sentir beaucoup mieux dans mon alimentation!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Highly Recommended 17 septembre 2012
It's a great book. Thanks to this information, I was able to heal a whole bunch of symptoms from headaches to restless leg syndrome to extreme PMS and period pain, including sugar metabolic issues and pre-diabetes symptoms. Thanks to this book I was able to understand what really caused these and how to eat a truly healthy diet. I believe it literally saved my life!

The explanations are clear and simple, the book is packed with information and there are some recipes in the end. Highly recommended!

Warning: These are no mainstream nutrition teachings. Not recommended if you insist on believing what they say on TV. ;) But if you are on a quest for the truth about our health and want outstanding mental and physical performance, this is for you.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Easy to read but but I don't like the arguments 9 février 2014
Par cedric
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This book is perfect is you want to learn about the 80/10/10 diet. I tried this diet and it was a disaster for me. I loose a lot of weight, got a six pack abs, but also got very week white and sensitive to clod.What I don't like is that compared to the others diets, the 80/10/10 uses powerful manipulation technics (like religion and politics) so when you tried this diet, you have issue stopping even if you get week. So before trying this diet, just take care you a stong-minded person able to do mistake and fixe it. This diet will help you to lose weight for sure. But you will also lose your muscles and won't trive. Because among all the guys on youtube that does this diet, you see no one taking muscles. They just loose weight, and get week eventually. Especially the mans.
I prefere the diet of Ramiel Nagel or the paleo one of Mark sisson. Those are the only diet where people are the most successful.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A True Must Read- updated, downgraded to 4 stars 14 mai 2007
Par Forrest Wilson - Publié sur
-2 updates follow original review-

[Original Review]
This is a very interesting book, and I am extremely glad it has been written. The strange sounding title refers to the name of an eating plan that derives 80% of total calories from carbs as found in fruit, and 10% each from fat and protein, and does so within a raw vegan framework. Graham's opinion is that this is the optimum and natural diet for human beings and therein lies the premise of this book, and he spends the next 300+ pages convincing the reader why this is so.

To accomplish this, Graham uses mostly common sense arguments and scientific analyses. The former are more effective here, and he peppers the text liberally with them. The combination is a very convincing mix, and I felt ready to dive into a pit of bananas before I had read too far. By the time Graham describes how eating a high-fat diet stresses the adrenals I was both fascinated and reflecting in horror on my past dietary sins.

There are 348 pages here; 170 of them are essay in chapters, and the balance goes to sample menus, nutrient breakdowns, portion equivalents, testimonials, faqs, and so on. These miscellaneous parts do not come across as filler, even the perhaps overly lengthy testimonial section. Graham's writing style is clear and though he engages in repetition at times (for instance when talking about fat and blood sugar) the flow is mainly undisturbed. The end feeling I had was that it was very intelligently laid out and well done. I also appreciate that he doesn't try to sell you anything. (see Dr. Robert Young's books for an example of that!)

I really don't have much to criticize here, I did wonder what stripe of doctor "Dr." Graham is, and some of the menu plans (dinners) seemed a bit complex to coexist with a "mono is best" philosophy. He cites some vague and trivial sources ("a 1999 journal article says..." and "according to a brochure from the Colorado Vegetarian Society..."), and I was left wondering why Dr. Graham recommends eating any "overt" fat at all (given that sweet fruits and greens naturally contain 5% fat). He never gave a reason. Also, he says to eat juicy fruit for breakfast, sweeter fruit for lunch, and I remember something about acid fruits at dinner. Again, he never gave a reason for this. Very minor things in the broader context. I would overlook a great deal more to get to the profoundly worthwhile message of this book.

I guess the most compelling thing about this book is that by the end, the diet proposed within seems like a no big deal, normal, almost. It's like a secret hiding in plain sight. That's amazing considering how truly rare it is to eat in such a way. Go out into the world and you will see it is borderline revolutionary. I have applied these principles and experienced nothing but positive results for myself- If it were not so I would never write such a review. I must say thanks to Dr. Graham for putting this out there for everyone to benefit from.

Update- 3/30/13
Wow, just about six years later and high time to revisit this review.

So why the downgrade from 5 to 4 stars?

Two big reasons. The first is that same deep hunger for cooked starches that assailed me on my first fruitarian foray. After eating fruit all day and dinnertime approaches, I feel this... Saturation with fruit. Where I am sick of it through and through and the thought of another banana or anything sweet in general is unappetizing. In the past I have forced myself to eat a huge green smoothie anyway, but is that really listening to our body? Dr Graham would say my desire for potatoes or quinoa is a food addiction, or a need to numb my emotions. I don't believe this is true. I think complex carbs are preferable at night, as they sustain me throughout the night in a way fruit doesn't seem to. This is just my experience, as someone who is very active and always has to get up at 2 am starving after having a massive quantity of fruit for dinner. Most who eat this way hit this wall sooner or later, usually sooner, and this book really would be better if it had a lot of text addressing it. I currently eat a big bowl of steamed poatoes and broccoli for dinner most nights and I feel like this is sustainable long term, and I truly enjoy each meal- no force fruit feedings. This may be temporary, perhaps down the road fruit for dinner will be appealing.

The second reason is inadequate warning of just how challenging it is to keep a continuous supply of ripe fruit in the house. Let me tell you it is a full time job. If I am not eating fruit, I am thinking about what I need to get, planning where and when, scheming how, driving around to 3 markets a day, panicking because there are no ripe bananas in town, spending a fortune...It is a daily grind, and can be very fatiguing. You must plan 3 days in advance in order to stagger the ripeness, and ensure the continuous supply. Oh and, did you know you will spend far, far more eating fruits and vegetables than you ever thought possible? You'd be amazed at how it adds up, I spend 3-400% more than I did eating meats, grains, dairy, oils, etc. And all that was organic too.
And then there is storing the fruit! It is a totally hit and miss, you will often have not enough ripe at once, and just as often everything will ripen at once! I have bananas strewn on the floor of my breakfast nook like a carpet, and every countertop is covered in mangoes, oranges, pears, pineapples, etc. My refrigerator is crammed totally full, of course, as I eat a lot of greens. Interesting how it took eating tons of fruit to make me realize how delicious green leaves can be.

Regarding mono meals, I'm sure they are ideal. If we all had access to fruit trees and were able to pick each piece properly ripened at its most delicious, this is how I'd want to eat, no doubt. As it is though, I must buy 99% of what I eat (I'm sure you do as well) and it sometimes has been picked far too early, and and the only way to salvage it is to throw it in a blender with some spotty bananas, date sugar, and a splash of Odwalla Mango Tango :)
Also, I enjoy preparing food. To spend 30 minutes making a meal is usually fun for me, and ultra simple meals don't allow for that. My priorities may change, of course. This is a lifelong process.

These are issues a 5 star 80/10/10 diet book would need to inform the reader of, and if it is ever revised I will gladly check it out. I don't wish to discourage anyone from giving this a try. This is probably the hardest diet in the world to make work in this fruit phobic society we live in, but if you are really sincere and motivated you can make it work.

2nd Update- 4/18/2013

Ok, I have removed the personal story from this review, I thought it was far too long and perhaps the shorter, the more helpful. I do want to add that I have cut out starches and am back on just fruit and greens, and I really feel that fruit based is far superior. It's very obvious, but beware falling into the pattern of drinking giant smoothies at each meal. I really got into this, and built up my capacity to 64-72 oz 2000+ calorie behemoths 3 times a day. I liked them, but I felt I was missing out on actually eating! That whole chewing thing... now I love to just sit with a head of lettuce or spinach and whatever fruit I have and munch them together. I have found that eating a lot of greens at meals and sticking to juicy fruits inbetween meals really helps to keep fruit appealing for dinner. Also, in my early days of 80 10 10 I was really attracted to dense fruits like bananas, dates and dried figs. This is still somewhat true but more and more I feel juicy fruits are where the magic is. I now actually enjoy eating fruit for dinner, and it is easy to get enough calories and feel satisfied all through the night.

It is interesting to see how the diet you eat can impact the rest of your life. Many of my friends, my interests (like fruit trees) and where I live (Hawaii) can all be traced to adopting this, it cannot really be called a "diet" with all the running around I described it is truly a lifestyle. Priorities change, if you are wholehearted, you can be sure that they will, but everything changes for the better.

Thanks for reading, and good luck!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The only one you need 19 juin 2007
Par Jennifer G. Lapan - Publié sur
I have certifiably read nearly every "raw food" book in existence. I've tried every version of the raw food diet and experiemented greatly. There is no way for me to put into words how enthusiastic I am to have found this book and to tell the world "This is the only one you need." I think to myself, wish I'd just found this one in the beginning! But it's alright, I've found it now and I tell others often.

One of the main reasons this particular book is so compelling is because it's realistic, scientific, theoretic, humble, human and practical all at the same time. You'll get everything from dietary guidelines and menus, to hard science and facts, to personal testimonies and FAQ's, to great useful data about specific foods. And most of all - you will finally understand why we MUST eat all raw foods, which foods are optimal, and how our bodies work. Dr. Graham has an amazing skill of taking a concept (lifestyle) that seems rather "strict" and making it into something that's actually ... the easiest thing you can possibly do. It's a mind shift, a society change, a choice.

Make the choice and read this book immediately, if not sooner!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 80/10/10 Low fat, raw vegan it is! 19 juin 2007
Par Bob Farrell - Publié sur
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I have owned the book since it first came out, having ordered it pre-publication, and have a nice hand-written comment by Dr. Graham in the
front of the book.

The 80/10/10 Diet is based upon living in harmony with Nature's design. As other reviewers have pointed out, Dr. Graham does an excellent job of explaining why that is so. Working (writing?) in combination with Laurie Masters' wonderful editing skills, the book is a true winner!

What may not be obvious from the title or from the other reviews is that this is a diet that works! Works for what? Works to allows the body to rebuild itself, cell by cell. Eating fruits and shoots (or whole, fresh, ripe, raw, organic or better...), in combination with the other 31 Fundamental Elements of Health, as outlined on p. 10, is a proven method of building Health.

And I loved the outright, upfront honesty of the statement describing this diet: "This radically different view is unpopular, because it does not generate any revenue. The 80/10/10 approach uses no repeat products, no supplements, no high-priced, elitist 'superfoods'. 80/10/10 uses a simple grocery-store approach to nutrition that brings this program easily into the grasp of everyone." (p.11) Works for me! and it has!

I see this book as an excellent investment in my health, and a grand addition to my health library.

Bob Farrell
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Grandma Always Said "Eat Your Fruits And Vegetables!" 8 août 2008
Par Ukegirl - Publié sur
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I read this book on the recommendation of an alternative health doctor, and it was like an epiphany! I started to apply its principles and in just one month I lost 20 stubborn pounds, my bad cholesterol dropped 25 points, my blood pressure went from a whopping 180 over 120 to 135 over 80, my chest palpitations have stopped, my tumor markers (for previous breast cancer) went down to normal levels, I am 2 dress sizes lower, I have more energy, my mood is always happy, I LOVE eating this way! I don't miss meat or cheese or grains at all! They make me gag now because I know they previously brought me to the brink of death! Literally!

Now I live on fresh fruits and veggies from the farm stand and make all kinds of neat salads, my own fresh dressings, I add a few nuts daily (but without any added salt or oil) like pine nuts in my salads, or crushed almonds on celery sticks, etc. My only "cheat" so far is once or twice a week I add one cooked baked Yukon Gold potato, which is the best tasting potato in the world, but add no butter, sour cream, or salt to it, and don't even miss the spices; it tastes best plain. Most plant based foods do, only we've been so used to ruining their tastes with unnatural fats, salts, sugars, condiments, and other additives.

So my advice is 1) get this book, 2) be creative with it, the sample diet plans are not etched in stone, just eat fruits and veggies in their natural state as much as possible, 3) plan ahead for mealtimes so you always have fresh produce on hand, 4) try some new fruits and veggies you've never tried before just to have some variety, 5) don't listen to naysayers - who will all eventually have Diabetes, Obesity, Heart disease, High Blood Pressure, ALS, Alzheimers, or Cancer if they continue eating the processed and fatty foods the world is getting sick on. I know - I used to be one of them. Never, ever again! I have found the formula to superior health, at last.

Dr. Graham is very wise and to him I say, "God bless you, sir!"

There was a reason God said to Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden that they could eat of any fruit in the garden (except for one unspecified fruit) and He said man should have dominion over the animals, but He doesn't say to them in the Garden of Eden to EAT the animals!

So whether you believe we came from monkeys and should eat bananas fresh off a tree, or whether you believe we originated from God and He said to eat as much as we wished of the fruit of the garden, this 80/10/10 Diet is just what the doctor ordered. Dr. Graham, that is. ;)

Good luck everyone on your journey back to health. This is the way to go, believe me!

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The purest form of raw foodism: A must for athletes! 5 juin 2008
Par A. Manternach - Publié sur
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I recommend this book if you are ALREADY a raw foodist. If not, there are many other books that might help you transition easier. I would say that this book is the purest form of raw foodism. I have been raw for only 9 months and by trial/error have come to eat this way. I purchased it anyway because I wanted to know the science behind why "gourmet raw" makes me feel so terrible (drains my energy/diarrhea/achy). My review is biased by my experience but here is why I like "The 811":
1. Food prep is minimal which is perfect for my lifestyle
2. I love the simplicity of the the monomeals and feel satisfied
3. It gives tips on dressings (which I always like to rotate)
4. It gave me insight on "gourmet raw" transition foods and why they give me (what I call) "food hang-overs"
5. Performance wise, I have had only good experiences when eating this clean...I can tell you that with any nuts and/or any more than 2 T of seeds I can feel it
6. My grocery bill is a lot less.
7. It's really not about counting...just becoming aware of your fat intake.
8. BEST OF ALL: I feel great!

I recently spoke with another raw foodist who considers this diet his "cleanse". I don't know why he doesn't just eat this way all the time=it's so easy! Just fruit all day with one big salad.

FYI: If you are not an athlete I personally think you don't need to consume as much (calories)as they recommend. Remember in the raw world you process your food much more efficiently so you need less than what the USDA recommends.
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