My name is Dale Lewis Roberts and I'm an American Council on Exercise Personal Trainer, Certified, with an ACE specialty certification in Senior Fitness. Since beginning my personal training career in 2006, I have earned numerous certifications in personal training, yoga, nutritional coaching, among others. I have worked with hundreds of clients with a variety of health & fitness goals.
While my greatest passions are health & fitness, writing and reading, I also love to spend time traveling with my wife, watching pro wrestling and playing guitar. I currently reside in Phoenix, Arizona, with my wife, Kelli, and our rescue cat, Izzie.
on Feb. 17, 2017 :
Some of the recipes in this book are good, and they look like they are going to produce decent juices.
However, the idea that any of this is going to change the reality that 95 percent of the people who lose weight regain the weight is a blatant lie.
The idea that you can eat right, drink juice, exercise regularly, and lose weight is an even bigger lie, and it appears in this book as well.
Even to lose weight in the short-term, you have to create a calorie deficit. In other words, you need to over-exercise and under-eat. Dieting is not 'eating right,' since if you did it long enough, you'd die.
Some of these recipes might make you healthier, but they won't make you thinner. Juices based on green leafy vegetables often taste about as good as they sound, and there are better ways of incorporating leafy greens into one's diet anyway.
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