New York Times Bestseller
From Laura Prepon, star of Orange Is the New Black, and integrative nutritionist Elizabeth Troy comes an exciting 21-day plan combining the latest in food science with ancient dietary wisdom, to shed stubborn weight for good and achieve overall wellness.
"When I saw Laura's body change shape and shed weight, I assumed the obvious: I was going to have to go to prison to lean out. I never read diet books, but I read hers because she's my friend. I'm leaner, meaner, and am now the proud owner of a 4-pack. Do it. I did” (Chelsea Handler, New York Times bestselling author).
Laura Prepon's—star of That 70’s Show and Orange Is the New Black—life underwent a change when she met integrative nutritionist Elizabeth Troy, who combines Eastern holistic medicine and food science in her practice. After years of Prepon starving herself with strict and unsatisfying diets and punishing herself with tortuous workouts, Troy “unstuck” Prepon’s malfunctioning organs and metabolism through targeted eating and stretching that finally allowed her to lose those stubborn pounds and thrive.
Wanting to share this life-changing success, Prepon joined with Troy to create The Stash Plan, a 21-day plan and lifestyle guide that combines modern nutritional science with Chinese Meridian Theory (CMT) to detoxify the body and burn fat. In The Stash Plan, you’ll learn what to cook and how to create a combinable “stash” of meals—proteins, carbs, and vegetables—and nutritional bone broths to eat throughout the week, with recipes that are “as mouthwatering as the meal plans are practical” (Publishers Weekly). With twice-weekly cooking sessions as the basis of the plan, Prepon and Troy will show you how to make healthy, budget-friendly meals that are easy and ideal for a busy, on-the-go lifestyle. The Stash Plan gives you the key to heal yourself from the inside out and start living the life you’ve always wanted.
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Great book encompasses everything . Somewhat holistic whole body nurturing. Great pictures as well.
You've got to be kidding!
Book sounded good and I was intrigued. However, after tracking down most of the ingredients, some I never did find, the grocery bill for one week was over$250. That would just be for one person. Then I checked out the exercises and no way could I do them. Maybe if I was 20 again but most mature people don't bend that way. Waste of money for me.