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The Pioppi Diet: The 21-Day Anti-Diabetes Lifestyle Plan as followed by Tom Watson, author of Downsizing Kindle Edition
Eat your way to a healthy heart . . . I recommend Dr Malhotra's The Pioppi Diet, which examines the lifestyle of the Pioppi people in Italy who live long and healthy lives ― Mail on Sunday
This year's hottest diet plan ― Prima
The real secret of the Med . . . Be prepared for everything you believe to be true about nutrition to be turned on its head. ― The Daily Telegraph
This is not just a diet book; it's a healthcare manifesto ― British Journal of General Practice
The secrets behind 'the world's healthiest village' ― Daily Express
A simple way to make your life healthier in 21 days ― Leading Britain's Conversation
The Pioppi Diet caused a storm in the health world . . . we even dubbed it the only diet book you'll ever need, thanks to its common-sense advice and myth busting approach ― Get the Gloss
A must-read for everyone, but especially for GPs who can make the most impact as they provide diet and lifestyle advice daily ― The Pulse
A myth-free guide to a healthier lifestyle ― Eastern Eye
Finally - a simple, science-backed guide to exactly what we should be putting on our plates for a long and healthy life ― Get the Gloss
Food for thought . . . if you want to live longer . . . a lifestyle phenomenon ― Belfast Telegraph
A fearless and brilliant book that stands to dramatically improve the nation's health -- David Haslam ― Chair of the National Obesity Forum and Chair of the Institute or Health and Care Excellence
The book has the power to make millions of people healthier and happier. If we all adopted The Pioppi Diet we would quickly reverse the obesity epidemic and be able to sustain our National Health Service -- Andy Burnham ― former Secretary of State for Health
The 'world's healthiest village' thanks high-fat diets and daily wine for longer life ― Country Life
Pioppi . . . extols the virtues of diets rich in 'real foods' containing natural fats, extra virgin oil, eggs, greens, nuts ― Daily Express
Cut out white rice, pasta and sugar to reverse diabetes ― Daily Express
Revolutionary. It should be read by everyone -- Sir Richard Thompson ― Past President of the Royal College of Physicians and personal physician to HRH Queen Elizabeth
This book can help to clear up confusion about fats and oils, fads and fakes and gives a view on 'the epidemic of misinformation out there' ― Desang Diabetes Magazine --This text refers to the paperback edition.
- ASIN : B06XSZJG4K
- Publisher : Penguin; 1st edition (29 June 2017)
- Language : English
- File size : 21501 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 359 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 171,128 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I also enjoyed reading about Pioppi and their lifestyle, sure some of it feels unattainable if you’re on a hamster wheel of work etc but acknowledging that we have a lot to learn about various areas of life, in our food and environment, is vital if we want to age healthily.
I have a history of type 2 diabetes in my family and I really believe cutting out refined carbs and sugar has improved my health in the short- and long-term.
I also have endometriosis and even my periods and PMS are better: less stomach cramps and general bodily pain. The reason I’ve knocked off a star is because the book is entirely male-focused (don’t care if people read this as a feminist comment, it’s just a fact) and thus doesn’t acknowledge the differing physical and hormonal needs between men and women.
Yes this is anecdotal evidence but I feel hugely better so would recommend this book and concept to everyone openminded enough to try it. I’d love to meet a naysayer who has actually tried the darn thing.