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Includes the 21-Day Weight Loss Jumpstart! Improve your life through your diet with a friendly, non-punishing, and completely authoritative approach to harnessing the healing power of food from Dr. Mehmet Oz, America’s #1 authority on health and well-being. What if you had an effortless way to improve your mood, heal your body, lose weight, and feel fantastic? What if Includes the 21-Day Weight Loss Jumpstart! Improve your life through your diet with a friendly, non-punishing, and completely authoritative approach to harnessing the healing power of food from Dr. Mehmet Oz, America’s #1 authority on health and well-being. What if you had an effortless way to improve your mood, heal your body, lose weight, and feel fantastic? What if a cure for everything from fatigue to stress to chronic pain lay at your fingertips? In his groundbreaking new book, Dr. Oz reveals how every meal, snack, and bite we take holds the solution to our health problems. In a world of endless choices, determining what to eat and when to eat it can seem overwhelming. Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be this way. In Food Can Fix It, Dr. Oz lays out a simple, easy-to-follow blueprint for harnessing the healing power of food. Through simple modifications and a meal plan filled with nutrient-rich superfoods, Dr. Oz explains how to kickstart weight loss, improve your energy, decrease inflammation, and prevent or alleviate a host of other common conditions—all without medication. His plan also includes stress-free, healthy, and delicious recipes and appealing full-color photographs that show just how easy it can be to improve your well-being through the food you eat. Drawing on responses from thousands of readers of The Good Life, Dr. Oz's popular, prize-winning magazine, Food Can Fix It is the ultimate guide to eating for health, and the ticket to living your best life, starting today.


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Includes the 21-Day Weight Loss Jumpstart! Improve your life through your diet with a friendly, non-punishing, and completely authoritative approach to harnessing the healing power of food from Dr. Mehmet Oz, America’s #1 authority on health and well-being. What if you had an effortless way to improve your mood, heal your body, lose weight, and feel fantastic? What if Includes the 21-Day Weight Loss Jumpstart! Improve your life through your diet with a friendly, non-punishing, and completely authoritative approach to harnessing the healing power of food from Dr. Mehmet Oz, America’s #1 authority on health and well-being. What if you had an effortless way to improve your mood, heal your body, lose weight, and feel fantastic? What if a cure for everything from fatigue to stress to chronic pain lay at your fingertips? In his groundbreaking new book, Dr. Oz reveals how every meal, snack, and bite we take holds the solution to our health problems. In a world of endless choices, determining what to eat and when to eat it can seem overwhelming. Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be this way. In Food Can Fix It, Dr. Oz lays out a simple, easy-to-follow blueprint for harnessing the healing power of food. Through simple modifications and a meal plan filled with nutrient-rich superfoods, Dr. Oz explains how to kickstart weight loss, improve your energy, decrease inflammation, and prevent or alleviate a host of other common conditions—all without medication. His plan also includes stress-free, healthy, and delicious recipes and appealing full-color photographs that show just how easy it can be to improve your well-being through the food you eat. Drawing on responses from thousands of readers of The Good Life, Dr. Oz's popular, prize-winning magazine, Food Can Fix It is the ultimate guide to eating for health, and the ticket to living your best life, starting today.

30 review for Food Can Fix It: The Superfood Switch to Fight Fat, Defy Aging, and Eat Your Way Healthy

  1. 5 out of 5

    Linden

    He’s gotten criticism for his TV show, but Dr. Oz’s book is really well-written and user-friendly (compared to the other new food book by Dr. Joel Fuhrman, Food Genocide, whose title says it all). There are specific guidelines as to which foods, including seeds and nuts, to incorporate into the diet to address specific health conditions. The book also includes recipes which actually look achievable, a 21 day quick start plan, restaurant ordering suggestions, and appetizing color photos. Recommen He’s gotten criticism for his TV show, but Dr. Oz’s book is really well-written and user-friendly (compared to the other new food book by Dr. Joel Fuhrman, Food Genocide, whose title says it all). There are specific guidelines as to which foods, including seeds and nuts, to incorporate into the diet to address specific health conditions. The book also includes recipes which actually look achievable, a 21 day quick start plan, restaurant ordering suggestions, and appetizing color photos. Recommended to anyone who is concerned about the impact of diet on health.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kris Patrick

    Oh look at me! Says Dr Oz. I snack on mulberries, eat fish rich in Omega-3s served with quinoa for dinner, and consume exactly 1 oz. of 85% cacoa dark chocolate when my sweet tooth strikes. No, seriously. He has solid advice. Some great tips, tricks, and simple recipes. Building a new and improved Kroger Click List this evening!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kara Thomas

    So much good information about how the body and its different organs/parts work. I feel like I learned a lot and it made me want to take better care of myself. I don't feel like this book is a "diet" book, but more of a life style book. The foods and recipes are REAL foods not low fat, non-fat, fake, chemically foods a lot of "diet" books have. A good read if you are interested in health.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Lynn Pribus

    Well, sorta read it. Mostly preaching to the choir since I've been mostly vegan for more than ten years. (I define any birthday cake as vegan; good thing since my BD was last Monday and I've had cupcakes and an official BD cake and more to come on Wednesday with still another celebration.) Big, heavy book with nearly endless pictures of healthy food in charming glossy illustrations. Bunch of recipes at the end. One thing that caught my eye was the recommendation to fast for Well, sorta read it. Mostly preaching to the choir since I've been mostly vegan for more than ten years. (I define any birthday cake as vegan; good thing since my BD was last Monday and I've had cupcakes and an official BD cake and more to come on Wednesday with still another celebration.) Big, heavy book with nearly endless pictures of healthy food in charming glossy illustrations. Bunch of recipes at the end. One thing that caught my eye was the recommendation to fast for 12 hours most days. My racquetball partner has been mentioning that almost weekly for quite a while. I do it sometimes, but I'm going to practice it a bit more faithfully. She says it's not only good for the body, but especially for the brain. Why not? I always wonder about those who, once they are diagnosed with some awful disease, suddenly decide to eat right, to exercise, to sleep well. My philosophy is: Why wait?????

  5. 4 out of 5

    KATHY

    What I like most about this book is that Dr. Oz give food fixes for certain conditions, such as low immunity, skin and hair, heart, bad mood, and others. He also has a section on weight loss. The book also has a chapter each for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. It has great pictures of the food and recipes, and his explanations are simple. It is easy to read and helpful.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Shawnna

    Meh. Same stuff you always hear. Eat real food.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Diane Roberts

    Very informative book This t book has a lot of good information. I learned a lot reading it. I will definitely use some of the recipes. Some of the recommendations seem a little intimidating though. I don't think I will ever substitute a tofu steak for a real steak. Other than that I'm glad I really took the time and read this book and I will definitely refer to it in the future.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Barbara

    I loved everything about this book. I found it to be very well-written with lots of pictures, recipes, stories, and facts about the American diet and how to make changes in order to improve your health. There is a 21-day menu plan included that can help you achieve your goals and become adjusted to a new style of eating as well as a 3-Day Fix It Cleanse. There are so many great ideas and information packed into this beautiful book. I especially enjoyed reading about Dr. Oz's eating habits when h I loved everything about this book. I found it to be very well-written with lots of pictures, recipes, stories, and facts about the American diet and how to make changes in order to improve your health. There is a 21-day menu plan included that can help you achieve your goals and become adjusted to a new style of eating as well as a 3-Day Fix It Cleanse. There are so many great ideas and information packed into this beautiful book. I especially enjoyed reading about Dr. Oz's eating habits when he went to medical school and how his wife Lisa helped him become a healthier person. I can't wait to try Lisa's Tide-you-over Veggie Broth. I learned a lot and plan to incorporate much of the advice into my own life. Very pleasantly surprised with this book!!

  9. 5 out of 5

    outdoortype

    A method for rebooting your nutrition through a 21-Day plan followed by many ideas for developing an on-going nutritional plan for yourself. Much of the plan involves eating more veggies, avoiding sugar, cooking your own food, and adding flavours through herbs and spices. It’s not a standard “diet”: it’s about changing your own relationship with food. There are lots of great recipes and a few not so good. There’s also a lot of food preparation tips. There are short chapters on “food fixes” for d A method for rebooting your nutrition through a 21-Day plan followed by many ideas for developing an on-going nutritional plan for yourself. Much of the plan involves eating more veggies, avoiding sugar, cooking your own food, and adding flavours through herbs and spices. It’s not a standard “diet”: it’s about changing your own relationship with food. There are lots of great recipes and a few not so good. There’s also a lot of food preparation tips. There are short chapters on “food fixes” for different issues like fatigue, the heart, and weight loss which were all a good read. Whether studies quoted are the most relevant, I’m not sure but it’s not about any specific pills or herbs - it’s about real food. There’s also a 3-Day Cleanse with smaller meals. If you like Dr. Oz and are ready to make a change towards healthy eating, I highly recommend this book. It’s been a fabulous starting point for me. I completed the 3-Day Cleanse followed by the 21-Day Plan paired with a daily walk and some daily exercise. I’ve lost weight and I feel trimmer. I’ve moved on to new cookbooks and new foods. I feel set for a new healthier life. If you were going to go with the 21-Day Plan, I’d recommend: reading the book first; buying the foods needed; having lots of measuring spoons and measuring cups on hand; having some extra time to spend on food prep; and if possible have anyone in your household onboard and if you live alone, trying to pair up with someone to share the planning, shopping, prepping, cooking, clean-up and success.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Hope

    The title is a bit misleading since there is no radical solution to healthy eating offered in this book. Instead Dr. Oz promotes a daily diet high in fruits, veggies, protein and healthy fats, with moderate amounts of good carbs and red meat and almost no sugar. He includes a 21-day meal plan to jump start your healthy eating habits. It's mostly common sense, but he's like a cheerleader, convincing you that you can do it. I appreciated many of his suggestions and copied down several r The title is a bit misleading since there is no radical solution to healthy eating offered in this book. Instead Dr. Oz promotes a daily diet high in fruits, veggies, protein and healthy fats, with moderate amounts of good carbs and red meat and almost no sugar. He includes a 21-day meal plan to jump start your healthy eating habits. It's mostly common sense, but he's like a cheerleader, convincing you that you can do it. I appreciated many of his suggestions and copied down several recipes to try.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Diana Shaffner

    The author goes through great lengths to convince the reader that a mostly plant-based diet will have dramatically positive effects. This is good news as so many new studies are revealing just that. What is a bit confusing is that Dr. Oz reiterates over and over how beneficial a plant-based diet is and then in almost the same sentence mentiones putting chicken on top of your salad or sandwhich. In so doing he makes no sense and contradicts himself. Although overall the importance of the plant-ba The author goes through great lengths to convince the reader that a mostly plant-based diet will have dramatically positive effects. This is good news as so many new studies are revealing just that. What is a bit confusing is that Dr. Oz reiterates over and over how beneficial a plant-based diet is and then in almost the same sentence mentiones putting chicken on top of your salad or sandwhich. In so doing he makes no sense and contradicts himself. Although overall the importance of the plant-based diet probably still comes across to the reader.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Laura Graves

    A helpful resources to learn about various foods and how they can help the body. It is a great tool if you have particular health needs you want to address, as he breaks it down into specific goals you may want to reach with the foods you eat. I particularly liked the recipes he supplied, which can be easily used to alter your diet. I generally have mixed feelings about Oz, which is why I rated it 4/5 stars.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Wendelle So

    great informative reference that lists specific foods for specific targets-- better memory, better heart health, better moods, weight loss, etc. written in a warm, congenial manner that truly fits the Oprah crowd that Columbia University professor Dr Mehmet Oz first became popular in. it made me realize how neglectful i'd been of healthy eating and its preeminence for first-rate functioning in day-to-day life.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Madame Mona Lisa

    Nothing new here. Most of the recipes I already know or make a little differently. Found a few new salad dressing recipes and another smoothie recipe but other than that it isn't anything new. Glad I didn't buy this book.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    Maybe stuff you already know, but way better written than other books saying the same thing. Plus hearing it read by the author makes all the difference. I lost 20 pounds by following one of his past books, so I trust Dr. Oz. His advice just makes sense.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Andrea

    Just the book I was looking for. I am halfway through the 21 day plan and loving all of it. So easy and fulfilling, trying new foods and eating more healthily. Losing weight is a bonus! This information is something I can live by.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Coni

    Easy and fun read. Live it in paperback. Very motivating!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Christine

    Very insightful book, I learned a lot that I will be trying to consistently put into practice!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Alisa

    Better read than as an audiobook but dr oz himself reads the audiobook which is nice. Good info. I like that he considers social experiences & the effects of food on us emotionally.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Forest Jones

    Very good info for anyone try’s not to eat better!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Lydia Quintana

    I found this book very informative. Will defenently be taking away some food knowledge even if i don't do the whole 21 day plan thing.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Natasha

    Dr. Oz’s book is really well-written and user-friendly with easy tips and recipes.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Carol Irvin

    3 and 1/2 stars🌟 Love Dr Oz💙

  24. 5 out of 5

    Marie

    Filled with great recipes and healthy advice!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Cindy

    Dr. Oz has an entertaining way of writing and an easy way of explaining things. His book was full of good advice, good ideas for healthful eating, and it was actually enjoyable to read.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    Lots of good, clear advice, with understandable explanations. Also includes easy and quick recipes.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Kim

    I didn't know much about Dr. Oz before I listened to this audiobook, however I really enjoyed this, it was great information laid out in easy terms!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Bree

    Notes: Mediterranean diet gorgeous colorful book maybe food can help, but there is a lot it cannot fix

  29. 5 out of 5

    Alesia

    great read. Lots of great information about foods and what they can do!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Belann

    Not much here. A lot of recycled and somewhat dated ideas on nutrition and health. Not bad if you have no background, but there is nothing new here for the health conscious.

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