The runaway New York Times bestselling diet that sparked a health revolution is simpler and easier to follow than ever!
The Engine 2 Diet has sold hundreds of thousands of copies and inspired a plant-based food revolution. Featuring endorsements from top medical experts and a food line in Whole Foods Market, Engine 2 is the most trusted name in plant-based eating. Now Esselstyn is presenting a powerful, accelerated new Engine 2 program that promises staggering results in record time. In just one week on THE ENGINE 2 SEVEN-DAY RESCUE DIET, readers can expect to:
Lose weight (up to 14 pounds)Lower total cholesterol (by 32 points on average)Drop LDL cholesterol (by 22 points on average)Lower triglycerides (by 75 points on average)Lower blood pressure by an average of 10/5 points.THE ENGINE 2 SEVEN-DAY RESCUE DIET will bring the benefits of the Engine 2 program to a whole new audience of readers, by showing that all it takes is seven days to see incredible and motivating results!
Esselstyn (The Engine 2 Diet), a former Austin, Tex., firefighter, delivers another winning book that provides a straightforward seven-day diet concept, a boatload of enticing recipes, and compelling testimonials alongside the promises of "life-changing results." The biggest hurdle for many dieters is that this is strictly a plant-based, "plant-strong" diet, but Esselstyn has such a high-energy writing style and gives so many convincingly detailed statistics that it's hard to reject his approach out of hand. This is also a "no oil" diet during the rescue week; Esselstyn encourages readers to "give your poor taste buds some time to wake up." The author features a number of helpful graphic aids, from an inset quiz to screened text boxes and testimonials throughout the book that reinforce each chapter's specific topic. A simple 21-meal, seven-day diet kickoff, supported by many pages of recipes, completes the appealing package. There's even an "approved shopping list," including many brand-name items, that's organized by food category. Get ready to have many food and diet myths debunked.