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Par Jessy le 28 août 2015
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I think the information in this book is good, I am just finding it a little bit confusing to follow. I think it could be written more clearly.
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I love Donna Gates. She is helpful to fight candidose or to cure any disease with food. The wiser diet that I know.
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Par anne le 27 novembre 2011
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The Body Ecology Diet: Recovering Your Health and Rebuilding Your Immunitylivré arrivé en bonne forme, comme prévu ! merci !
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HASH(0x934c4504) étoiles sur 5 Cured Me! 13 février 2012
Par Bean - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I found out about this book through a raw blog. A guy described his battle with candidiasis. I didn't realize that guys could get it and I never realized that candidiasis manifested itself in a spectrum of ways that I suffered from. I purchased this book and spend about 2 weeks reading, studying, and highlighting the book. I started the diet last Monday and I have to admit that the book has become my bible just because it's been a huge change for me that I continually have to refer back to the book. I photocopied a couple pages of the book to carry around with me and use as a reference when I'm out and I have to figure out what I can eat.

I used to be on the raw food diet, ate organic and healthy and I was still experiencing a low immune system, breaking out, and a chronic yeast infection that I've had for over 5 years. I've tried treating the yeast infection with antibiotics, a watered down hydrogen peroxide douche, and boric acid suppositories. None of the treatments stuck. My yeast infection returned with in a day or two of stopping the treatment. If I ever had more than one day a week of an early work day, I came down with a sore throat.

I'm so ecstatic to report that this diet has cured me of my yeast infection. I can't believe it.

It was difficult for me to return to cooked foods because I loved the principles of the raw food diet, but being cured of the yeast infection has made me a believer. Obviously my body wasn't receiving the nourishment it needed to heal itself.

I gave this 4 stars only because the book is a constant advertisement for her products. I realize that a person needs to make a living, but I felt like it was a little overkill. If you do a Google search you can find other ways to make cultured vegetables without using her starter kit. I use 1 liter of water to 2 TB sea salt and pour it over a mixture of chopped veggies and let it sit on my counter for 7 days. So far, it's worked great. I also purchased water kefir granules 2 years ago from an online shop that only sells that and they are still healthy and creating wonderful drinks. I will eventually use them to make cultured coconut water.

I went through some crazy sugar withdraws during this first week. I felt like I was a drug addict. That has been the most difficult part of this adjustment. Teas with flavored stevias (specifically vanilla cream) and my recipe for homemade healthy kettle corn has helped me greatly.
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HASH(0x930fcc90) étoiles sur 5 Yes, but ... 29 mars 2012
Par N. Merlo - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I agree with what some of the other folks who did not give this book a 5-star rating had to say; HOWEVER, the principles at the heart of this book are priceless for us all. YES, the book is not very well thought out, it's structure leaves much to be desired, the graphic of the eating plan is a disgrace, there are a lot of details that simply are not there and the author does leave you with a lot of questions ... BUT, the idea of the good bacteria vs. bad bacteria that lives in our gut is right on and I guarantee you can be free of a plethora of different symptoms should you choose to follow the few simple principles in this book. Now, as far as the author constantly pitching her products goes (and boy does she) you need to look past that; think of it as her just helping you along with a one-stop shopping site to get you started eating this way ... hey, a girl has to make a buck - let's not hold this against her. I started out ordering some of her products at the get-go because I was so excited about the diet that I wanted to start a.s.a.p. but later on you can shop around and find similar products elsewhere if that makes you feel any better. Although, the products from her site are good quality and there isn't anything wrong with them, so really ... it's not that big a deal that she pitches them as much as she does.

Originally I was drawn to this book because I had experienced various digestive issues for a really long time which had completely disrupted my life, but what I was really noticing was how many of my middle-age girlfriends were experiencing the very same issues - I'm 48 by the way. I just knew there had to be something causing this and I was beginning to suspect the pathetic agri-business that is responsible for feeding this industrialized nation but that's another book. I read the book and started slowly with some of Donna's suggestions, and as a result, my husband (who incidently has no choice but to eat all these exotic new things I was so excited to fix for us) had finally found relief from the chronic constipation this man had endured for years! As for myself, all I can say, is that I finally feel like a normal human being again when it comes to my digestive tract. In fact, better than normal because the new normal seems to be irritable bowel syndrome, does it not?

The list of symptoms I have helped people find relief from all thanks to the principals of this book is endless - so I suggest to you, if you are on the fence about reading this book because of some of the reviews here, just get the book and read it with an open mind. Then, most importantly, do not look for a structured eat-this-and-this-and-that kind of a schedule in this book - it's not that kind of a "diet" but more of the kind of diet where you learn the kinds of things that are just plain good for your health and what isn't. Yes, you will lose weight, but that is not what this diet is about, weight-loss is merely a side-effect from eating this way. What people do not realize is that so many other conditions we suffer from are originating in our unhealthy guts - fix that, and these other conditions can be cured as well. I've never been healthier and it shows, and it's all because of this book.
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HASH(0x934c5594) étoiles sur 5 Poorly referenced and full of pseudoscience 2 décembre 2013
Par V. Toniolo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
While I fully agree with Donna Gates' basic premise that candida overgrowth can only be overcome by restoring the body's internal ecosystem (i.e., microbiome), I found this book to be nearly unreadable and abysmally referenced. Gates uses a lot of pseudoscientific ideas and a dearth of peer-reviewed work to support her claims (the bibliography contains nary a scientific paper). There is now a very strong body of scientific evidence on the role of the gut microbiome in regulating immunity, mental health, hormones, and general wellbeing, but absolutely nothing to indicate that food combining, colon hydrotherapy, acid/alkaline diets, blood type diets, and the like have any significant effect on human health. I suspect that people who do improve on the BED, as I am sure many do, do so primarily because they are avoiding junk and processed food, eliminating gluten grains, restoring their gut flora, and avoiding sugars, not because they are combining food in certain ways or eating according to their blood type.

I also strongly disagree with Ms. Gates regarding the use of kefir grains v. a starter culture to make cultured milk or coconut water. She claims that using a stater culture (which is sold on the BED website) is a far superior method because "you cannot be certain that the correct microflora are there [in the wild grains]." That may be true in the case of neglected grains, but wild grains contain a vastly greater number of microorganisms than starter cultures, all fused into a single, amazing symbiotic organism. No one has ever been able to replicate the diversity found in a kefir grain, not in a lab or a factory. Starter cultures, on the other hand, contain "some of the organisms that are part of the traditional kefir symbiosis, but not all of them, and without the complexity and resulting unity of kefir's evolved life form" (Sandor Katz, The Art of Fermentation). My take is that, in the case of kefir as well as that of most cultured foods, the product of wild fermentation (from grains) is nutritionally far superior to the product of controlled (culture powder) fermentation.

A few gems from the book: the emphasis on probiotics and cultured foods, which are key in restoring digestive health, and recipes for making coconut and milk kefir. I also really appreciate the 80/20 rule because it emphasizes the importance of eating a lot of vegetables.
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HASH(0x930fca38) étoiles sur 5 Covers an important topic, but lacks substance 18 mars 2008
Par >/.\< - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
It seems that in most cases that nonfiction authors are motivated by one of two things when creating their works. Some feel that they have some sort of information that needs sharing, and use books as a way to get their word out. These authors have a true passion for their topic, which clearly shows when reading their books. Others are driven purely by profit. Sadly, it seems that the latter is true of Donna Gates and her Body Ecology Diet. Though this book does cover an important topic, it lacks substance and fails to deliver. However, it may be a good source for someone used to only mainstream health books and wanting a simple primer on the subject.
While the book is easy to read, it seems to offer no new information that is not readily available in other books or on the internet. Gates seems to favor certain foods and products, such as coconut water kefir, yet fails to thoroughly justify her preference for them, and supports her claims with little scientific research. However, her section on the same subject does offer an excellent guide on making the coconut water kefir, which serves as one of the few saving graces of this book.
This brings me to one of the biggest gripes I have with Body Ecology Diet. Throughout the book are references to her website for more information. Unfortunately, the website fails to thoroughly expound on any of the topics in her book, and instead bombards visitors with a myriad of products that are touted as miracle cures to everything from Attention Deficit Disorder and Autism to Sexual Dysfunction. Of course, a majority of these products are sold either through her own storefront or through affiliate sites, earning her a hefty profit. While this review is about Gates' book, not her website, it is made relevant by the numerous times that the book refers readers to it, instructing them to purchase some product that is necessary if you want to follow her diet. In other words, don't expect to be able to follow Gates' version of the Candida diet without purchasing items from her storefront, or a well-stocked health food store.
I do not mean for this review to turn people off of a diet that targets Candida. It is simply that other books, such as Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet Dictocrats, offer much more information, back it up with more hard evidence, and more importantly, do not require you to purchase more products from the author. Candidiasis is a real condition, and ridding yourself of it will bring about real improvements in your energy level and weight, among other things. It is just that Gates' work feels like a shallow and self-promoting rehash of currently available information. The most important thing when finding a book on the subject is finding one that works well for you. Therefore, I recommend readers look for a book written with passion that truly moves you to follow its advice. While this book's approach may work for some, I found myself wanting more.
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HASH(0x934c7294) étoiles sur 5 Great book, but not completely accurate 13 janvier 2013
Par Karen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I like this book a lot. I have recommended it to others who have yeast problems. The reason is this. I have been living with a yeast problem for 35 years. I believe that the authors are 100% accurate about what foods to eat, and what foods to avoid. It was from book that I learned about raw cultured vegetables and Stevia many years ago. They also give other tips that one with this condition often over looks, such as the importance of not eating until you are full and telling you to eat kefir instead of yogurt and why it is better for you. HOWEVER, the rest of the information is just esoteric, non-proven theories (all of which I have tried over the years) that will just make your life (and diet) more complicated and stressful. They will NOT improve your health. I am talking about theories like, balancing your foods according to yin and yang - expansive and contractive (which I did for several years while I was on the macrobiotic diet), and food combining such as only eating certain foods with certain foods (which I did for an entire year when I ate only raw foods). Also, ignore the chapter on eating for your blood type. This theory is bulls*** and many doctors - both holistic and traditional - have written about that fact. Our blood type has absolutely nothing to do with how we digest our food. I also have a problem with the authors desire to sell us her products. Especially her green powder which actually made me feel worse.

Having said all that, I still think you should buy this book. Because, as I stated, the information on what foods to eat and what foods to avoid, as well as the few recipes in the book and some of the other dietary tips will help you. It is information you will not find in other books.
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