You Can Fix Your Brain: Just 1 Hour a Week to the Best Memory, Productivity, and Sleep You've Ever Had

You Can Fix Your Brain: Just 1 Hour a Week to the Best Memory, Productivity, and Sleep You've Ever Had

For anyone worried about any type of brain ailment, ranging from the chronic conditions to simple brain fog and fatigue, this essential guide covers the full spectrum of prevention to treatment. We've all experienced brain fog?misplaced keys, forgotten facts, a general feeling that you're just feeling off today. And many of us will experience that "fog" manifesting as somet For anyone worried about any type of brain ailment, ranging from the chronic conditions to simple brain fog and fat...

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Title:You Can Fix Your Brain: Just 1 Hour a Week to the Best Memory, Productivity, and Sleep You've Ever Had
Author:Tom O'Bryan
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Genres:Nonfiction
ISBN:1623367026
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:304 pages pages

You Can Fix Your Brain: Just 1 Hour a Week to the Best Memory, Productivity, and Sleep You've Ever Had Reviews

  • Rory
    Dec 22, 2018

    I was expecting a book on working on good routines and habits. Instead this book is about gut health, eating less sugar and small fixes. I'm sure these are all good ideas (although the science doesn't always back them up) but I have much doubt that this will dramatically improve you...

    Why does it feel as though this guy is yelling at me on EVERY SINGLE PAGE?? I gave him 2 stars for the biochem 101 lesson, (nice job breaking down how proteins and enzymes behave!) but seriously his paranoia and verbiage are more TOXIC than anything I put into my body, which inevitably...

    Most (80%) of this is very good information, supported by much research and the sensible idea embraced by functional medicine that identifying and healing the root cause, rather than "a pill for an ill" is the path to health. I gave only 4 stars because: 1. I take issue with his...

    With the exception of Dr. O'Bryan's suggestion that readers avoid EMF waves, this book repeats the recommendations of most books about improving gut/general health. I take issue with the title's claim that the changes he suggests will only take one hour a week. As a person who does her...

    I had an issue with some of the statistics stated, but find interesting a lot of the science and chemical composition behind why some foods are really good for you and why some are not. The tattoo story is fascinating, it?s a shame more research wasn?t done. Overall, I appreciate w...

    Whether or not you can fix your brain is something I'd love to sit down and discuss with you, at length, over beverages of our choice. I'm not down to discuss this book, though. Utter claptrap. Best thing about it was this chapter subheading: STOPPING LEAKY GUT AND LEAKY BRAIN IN Y...

  • John
    Oct 25, 2018

    I was expecting a book on working on good routines and habits. Instead this book is about gut health, eating less sugar and small fixes. I'm sure these are all good ideas (although the science doesn't always back them up) but I have much doubt that this will dramatically improve you...

  • Nicole
    Mar 29, 2019

    I was expecting a book on working on good routines and habits. Instead this book is about gut health, eating less sugar and small fixes. I'm sure these are all good ideas (although the science doesn't always back them up) but I have much doubt that this will dramatically improve you...

    Why does it feel as though this guy is yelling at me on EVERY SINGLE PAGE?? I gave him 2 stars for the biochem 101 lesson, (nice job breaking down how proteins and enzymes behave!) but seriously his paranoia and verbiage are more TOXIC than anything I put into my body, which inevitably...

  • Lisa Rheinberg
    Jan 05, 2019

    I was expecting a book on working on good routines and habits. Instead this book is about gut health, eating less sugar and small fixes. I'm sure these are all good ideas (although the science doesn't always back them up) but I have much doubt that this will dramatically improve you...

    Why does it feel as though this guy is yelling at me on EVERY SINGLE PAGE?? I gave him 2 stars for the biochem 101 lesson, (nice job breaking down how proteins and enzymes behave!) but seriously his paranoia and verbiage are more TOXIC than anything I put into my body, which inevitably...

    Most (80%) of this is very good information, supported by much research and the sensible idea embraced by functional medicine that identifying and healing the root cause, rather than "a pill for an ill" is the path to health. I gave only 4 stars because: 1. I take issue with his...

    With the exception of Dr. O'Bryan's suggestion that readers avoid EMF waves, this book repeats the recommendations of most books about improving gut/general health. I take issue with the title's claim that the changes he suggests will only take one hour a week. As a person who does her...

    I had an issue with some of the statistics stated, but find interesting a lot of the science and chemical composition behind why some foods are really good for you and why some are not. The tattoo story is fascinating, it?s a shame more research wasn?t done. Overall, I appreciate w...

    Whether or not you can fix your brain is something I'd love to sit down and discuss with you, at length, over beverages of our choice. I'm not down to discuss this book, though. Utter claptrap. Best thing about it was this chapter subheading: STOPPING LEAKY GUT AND LEAKY BRAIN IN Y...

    I hadn't read any of this before so much of it seemed to make sense to me. However, I am almost 3/4 of the way through the Whole 30 challenge, which aligns with his advice about avoiding sugar, dairy, and gluten, and have not had the mind clarity I hoped for. ...

    this was similar to his previous books and there are better books out there on lifestyle and brain health. ...

    Very helpful! ...

    The author presents ideas that are exciting to him. I question whether everything he writes is actual fact--one specifically, his conclusion that most of our country?s wheat fields are routinely sprayed with the chemical Roundup. Snopes.com lead me to believe that isn?t true. ...

    Nothing new or exciting that I have nt learned before. My best resource is still Dr Mark Hyman! ...

    This was a comprehensive book about how to get well and stay healthy. ...

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  • Maria
    Feb 09, 2019

    I was expecting a book on working on good routines and habits. Instead this book is about gut health, eating less sugar and small fixes. I'm sure these are all good ideas (although the science doesn't always back them up) but I have much doubt that this will dramatically improve you...

    Why does it feel as though this guy is yelling at me on EVERY SINGLE PAGE?? I gave him 2 stars for the biochem 101 lesson, (nice job breaking down how proteins and enzymes behave!) but seriously his paranoia and verbiage are more TOXIC than anything I put into my body, which inevitably...

    Most (80%) of this is very good information, supported by much research and the sensible idea embraced by functional medicine that identifying and healing the root cause, rather than "a pill for an ill" is the path to health. I gave only 4 stars because: 1. I take issue with his...

    With the exception of Dr. O'Bryan's suggestion that readers avoid EMF waves, this book repeats the recommendations of most books about improving gut/general health. I take issue with the title's claim that the changes he suggests will only take one hour a week. As a person who does her...

    I had an issue with some of the statistics stated, but find interesting a lot of the science and chemical composition behind why some foods are really good for you and why some are not. The tattoo story is fascinating, it?s a shame more research wasn?t done. Overall, I appreciate w...

    Whether or not you can fix your brain is something I'd love to sit down and discuss with you, at length, over beverages of our choice. I'm not down to discuss this book, though. Utter claptrap. Best thing about it was this chapter subheading: STOPPING LEAKY GUT AND LEAKY BRAIN IN Y...

    I hadn't read any of this before so much of it seemed to make sense to me. However, I am almost 3/4 of the way through the Whole 30 challenge, which aligns with his advice about avoiding sugar, dairy, and gluten, and have not had the mind clarity I hoped for. ...

  • Tammy
    Dec 16, 2018

    I was expecting a book on working on good routines and habits. Instead this book is about gut health, eating less sugar and small fixes. I'm sure these are all good ideas (although the science doesn't always back them up) but I have much doubt that this will dramatically improve you...

    Why does it feel as though this guy is yelling at me on EVERY SINGLE PAGE?? I gave him 2 stars for the biochem 101 lesson, (nice job breaking down how proteins and enzymes behave!) but seriously his paranoia and verbiage are more TOXIC than anything I put into my body, which inevitably...

    Most (80%) of this is very good information, supported by much research and the sensible idea embraced by functional medicine that identifying and healing the root cause, rather than "a pill for an ill" is the path to health. I gave only 4 stars because: 1. I take issue with his...

    With the exception of Dr. O'Bryan's suggestion that readers avoid EMF waves, this book repeats the recommendations of most books about improving gut/general health. I take issue with the title's claim that the changes he suggests will only take one hour a week. As a person who does her...

  • Maureen Tully
    Nov 13, 2018

    I was expecting a book on working on good routines and habits. Instead this book is about gut health, eating less sugar and small fixes. I'm sure these are all good ideas (although the science doesn't always back them up) but I have much doubt that this will dramatically improve you...

    Why does it feel as though this guy is yelling at me on EVERY SINGLE PAGE?? I gave him 2 stars for the biochem 101 lesson, (nice job breaking down how proteins and enzymes behave!) but seriously his paranoia and verbiage are more TOXIC than anything I put into my body, which inevitably...

    Most (80%) of this is very good information, supported by much research and the sensible idea embraced by functional medicine that identifying and healing the root cause, rather than "a pill for an ill" is the path to health. I gave only 4 stars because: 1. I take issue with his...

    With the exception of Dr. O'Bryan's suggestion that readers avoid EMF waves, this book repeats the recommendations of most books about improving gut/general health. I take issue with the title's claim that the changes he suggests will only take one hour a week. As a person who does her...

    I had an issue with some of the statistics stated, but find interesting a lot of the science and chemical composition behind why some foods are really good for you and why some are not. The tattoo story is fascinating, it?s a shame more research wasn?t done. Overall, I appreciate w...

    Whether or not you can fix your brain is something I'd love to sit down and discuss with you, at length, over beverages of our choice. I'm not down to discuss this book, though. Utter claptrap. Best thing about it was this chapter subheading: STOPPING LEAKY GUT AND LEAKY BRAIN IN Y...

    I hadn't read any of this before so much of it seemed to make sense to me. However, I am almost 3/4 of the way through the Whole 30 challenge, which aligns with his advice about avoiding sugar, dairy, and gluten, and have not had the mind clarity I hoped for. ...

    this was similar to his previous books and there are better books out there on lifestyle and brain health. ...

    Very helpful! ...

  • JoAnne
    Dec 27, 2018

    I was expecting a book on working on good routines and habits. Instead this book is about gut health, eating less sugar and small fixes. I'm sure these are all good ideas (although the science doesn't always back them up) but I have much doubt that this will dramatically improve you...

    Why does it feel as though this guy is yelling at me on EVERY SINGLE PAGE?? I gave him 2 stars for the biochem 101 lesson, (nice job breaking down how proteins and enzymes behave!) but seriously his paranoia and verbiage are more TOXIC than anything I put into my body, which inevitably...

    Most (80%) of this is very good information, supported by much research and the sensible idea embraced by functional medicine that identifying and healing the root cause, rather than "a pill for an ill" is the path to health. I gave only 4 stars because: 1. I take issue with his...

  • Jenny
    Mar 09, 2019

    I was expecting a book on working on good routines and habits. Instead this book is about gut health, eating less sugar and small fixes. I'm sure these are all good ideas (although the science doesn't always back them up) but I have much doubt that this will dramatically improve you...

    Why does it feel as though this guy is yelling at me on EVERY SINGLE PAGE?? I gave him 2 stars for the biochem 101 lesson, (nice job breaking down how proteins and enzymes behave!) but seriously his paranoia and verbiage are more TOXIC than anything I put into my body, which inevitably...

    Most (80%) of this is very good information, supported by much research and the sensible idea embraced by functional medicine that identifying and healing the root cause, rather than "a pill for an ill" is the path to health. I gave only 4 stars because: 1. I take issue with his...

    With the exception of Dr. O'Bryan's suggestion that readers avoid EMF waves, this book repeats the recommendations of most books about improving gut/general health. I take issue with the title's claim that the changes he suggests will only take one hour a week. As a person who does her...

    I had an issue with some of the statistics stated, but find interesting a lot of the science and chemical composition behind why some foods are really good for you and why some are not. The tattoo story is fascinating, it?s a shame more research wasn?t done. Overall, I appreciate w...

    Whether or not you can fix your brain is something I'd love to sit down and discuss with you, at length, over beverages of our choice. I'm not down to discuss this book, though. Utter claptrap. Best thing about it was this chapter subheading: STOPPING LEAKY GUT AND LEAKY BRAIN IN Y...

    I hadn't read any of this before so much of it seemed to make sense to me. However, I am almost 3/4 of the way through the Whole 30 challenge, which aligns with his advice about avoiding sugar, dairy, and gluten, and have not had the mind clarity I hoped for. ...

    this was similar to his previous books and there are better books out there on lifestyle and brain health. ...

    Very helpful! ...

    The author presents ideas that are exciting to him. I question whether everything he writes is actual fact--one specifically, his conclusion that most of our country?s wheat fields are routinely sprayed with the chemical Roundup. Snopes.com lead me to believe that isn?t true. ...

    Nothing new or exciting that I have nt learned before. My best resource is still Dr Mark Hyman! ...

    This was a comprehensive book about how to get well and stay healthy. ...

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  • Emna
    Nov 14, 2018

    I was expecting a book on working on good routines and habits. Instead this book is about gut health, eating less sugar and small fixes. I'm sure these are all good ideas (although the science doesn't always back them up) but I have much doubt that this will dramatically improve you...

    Why does it feel as though this guy is yelling at me on EVERY SINGLE PAGE?? I gave him 2 stars for the biochem 101 lesson, (nice job breaking down how proteins and enzymes behave!) but seriously his paranoia and verbiage are more TOXIC than anything I put into my body, which inevitably...

    Most (80%) of this is very good information, supported by much research and the sensible idea embraced by functional medicine that identifying and healing the root cause, rather than "a pill for an ill" is the path to health. I gave only 4 stars because: 1. I take issue with his...

    With the exception of Dr. O'Bryan's suggestion that readers avoid EMF waves, this book repeats the recommendations of most books about improving gut/general health. I take issue with the title's claim that the changes he suggests will only take one hour a week. As a person who does her...

    I had an issue with some of the statistics stated, but find interesting a lot of the science and chemical composition behind why some foods are really good for you and why some are not. The tattoo story is fascinating, it?s a shame more research wasn?t done. Overall, I appreciate w...

    Whether or not you can fix your brain is something I'd love to sit down and discuss with you, at length, over beverages of our choice. I'm not down to discuss this book, though. Utter claptrap. Best thing about it was this chapter subheading: STOPPING LEAKY GUT AND LEAKY BRAIN IN Y...

    I hadn't read any of this before so much of it seemed to make sense to me. However, I am almost 3/4 of the way through the Whole 30 challenge, which aligns with his advice about avoiding sugar, dairy, and gluten, and have not had the mind clarity I hoped for. ...

    this was similar to his previous books and there are better books out there on lifestyle and brain health. ...

    Very helpful! ...

    The author presents ideas that are exciting to him. I question whether everything he writes is actual fact--one specifically, his conclusion that most of our country?s wheat fields are routinely sprayed with the chemical Roundup. Snopes.com lead me to believe that isn?t true. ...

    Nothing new or exciting that I have nt learned before. My best resource is still Dr Mark Hyman! ...

    This was a comprehensive book about how to get well and stay healthy. ...

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  • Mara
    Feb 01, 2019

    I was expecting a book on working on good routines and habits. Instead this book is about gut health, eating less sugar and small fixes. I'm sure these are all good ideas (although the science doesn't always back them up) but I have much doubt that this will dramatically improve you...

    Why does it feel as though this guy is yelling at me on EVERY SINGLE PAGE?? I gave him 2 stars for the biochem 101 lesson, (nice job breaking down how proteins and enzymes behave!) but seriously his paranoia and verbiage are more TOXIC than anything I put into my body, which inevitably...

    Most (80%) of this is very good information, supported by much research and the sensible idea embraced by functional medicine that identifying and healing the root cause, rather than "a pill for an ill" is the path to health. I gave only 4 stars because: 1. I take issue with his...

    With the exception of Dr. O'Bryan's suggestion that readers avoid EMF waves, this book repeats the recommendations of most books about improving gut/general health. I take issue with the title's claim that the changes he suggests will only take one hour a week. As a person who does her...

    I had an issue with some of the statistics stated, but find interesting a lot of the science and chemical composition behind why some foods are really good for you and why some are not. The tattoo story is fascinating, it?s a shame more research wasn?t done. Overall, I appreciate w...

    Whether or not you can fix your brain is something I'd love to sit down and discuss with you, at length, over beverages of our choice. I'm not down to discuss this book, though. Utter claptrap. Best thing about it was this chapter subheading: STOPPING LEAKY GUT AND LEAKY BRAIN IN Y...

    I hadn't read any of this before so much of it seemed to make sense to me. However, I am almost 3/4 of the way through the Whole 30 challenge, which aligns with his advice about avoiding sugar, dairy, and gluten, and have not had the mind clarity I hoped for. ...

    this was similar to his previous books and there are better books out there on lifestyle and brain health. ...

    Very helpful! ...

    The author presents ideas that are exciting to him. I question whether everything he writes is actual fact--one specifically, his conclusion that most of our country?s wheat fields are routinely sprayed with the chemical Roundup. Snopes.com lead me to believe that isn?t true. ...

    Nothing new or exciting that I have nt learned before. My best resource is still Dr Mark Hyman! ...

    This was a comprehensive book about how to get well and stay healthy. ...

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  • Paul Vittay
    Oct 29, 2018

    I was expecting a book on working on good routines and habits. Instead this book is about gut health, eating less sugar and small fixes. I'm sure these are all good ideas (although the science doesn't always back them up) but I have much doubt that this will dramatically improve you...

    Why does it feel as though this guy is yelling at me on EVERY SINGLE PAGE?? I gave him 2 stars for the biochem 101 lesson, (nice job breaking down how proteins and enzymes behave!) but seriously his paranoia and verbiage are more TOXIC than anything I put into my body, which inevitably...

    Most (80%) of this is very good information, supported by much research and the sensible idea embraced by functional medicine that identifying and healing the root cause, rather than "a pill for an ill" is the path to health. I gave only 4 stars because: 1. I take issue with his...

    With the exception of Dr. O'Bryan's suggestion that readers avoid EMF waves, this book repeats the recommendations of most books about improving gut/general health. I take issue with the title's claim that the changes he suggests will only take one hour a week. As a person who does her...

    I had an issue with some of the statistics stated, but find interesting a lot of the science and chemical composition behind why some foods are really good for you and why some are not. The tattoo story is fascinating, it?s a shame more research wasn?t done. Overall, I appreciate w...

    Whether or not you can fix your brain is something I'd love to sit down and discuss with you, at length, over beverages of our choice. I'm not down to discuss this book, though. Utter claptrap. Best thing about it was this chapter subheading: STOPPING LEAKY GUT AND LEAKY BRAIN IN Y...

    I hadn't read any of this before so much of it seemed to make sense to me. However, I am almost 3/4 of the way through the Whole 30 challenge, which aligns with his advice about avoiding sugar, dairy, and gluten, and have not had the mind clarity I hoped for. ...

    this was similar to his previous books and there are better books out there on lifestyle and brain health. ...

    Very helpful! ...

    The author presents ideas that are exciting to him. I question whether everything he writes is actual fact--one specifically, his conclusion that most of our country?s wheat fields are routinely sprayed with the chemical Roundup. Snopes.com lead me to believe that isn?t true. ...

    Nothing new or exciting that I have nt learned before. My best resource is still Dr Mark Hyman! ...

    This was a comprehensive book about how to get well and stay healthy. ...

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  • Eli
    Jan 20, 2019

    I was expecting a book on working on good routines and habits. Instead this book is about gut health, eating less sugar and small fixes. I'm sure these are all good ideas (although the science doesn't always back them up) but I have much doubt that this will dramatically improve you...

    Why does it feel as though this guy is yelling at me on EVERY SINGLE PAGE?? I gave him 2 stars for the biochem 101 lesson, (nice job breaking down how proteins and enzymes behave!) but seriously his paranoia and verbiage are more TOXIC than anything I put into my body, which inevitably...

    Most (80%) of this is very good information, supported by much research and the sensible idea embraced by functional medicine that identifying and healing the root cause, rather than "a pill for an ill" is the path to health. I gave only 4 stars because: 1. I take issue with his...

    With the exception of Dr. O'Bryan's suggestion that readers avoid EMF waves, this book repeats the recommendations of most books about improving gut/general health. I take issue with the title's claim that the changes he suggests will only take one hour a week. As a person who does her...

    I had an issue with some of the statistics stated, but find interesting a lot of the science and chemical composition behind why some foods are really good for you and why some are not. The tattoo story is fascinating, it?s a shame more research wasn?t done. Overall, I appreciate w...

    Whether or not you can fix your brain is something I'd love to sit down and discuss with you, at length, over beverages of our choice. I'm not down to discuss this book, though. Utter claptrap. Best thing about it was this chapter subheading: STOPPING LEAKY GUT AND LEAKY BRAIN IN Y...

    I hadn't read any of this before so much of it seemed to make sense to me. However, I am almost 3/4 of the way through the Whole 30 challenge, which aligns with his advice about avoiding sugar, dairy, and gluten, and have not had the mind clarity I hoped for. ...

    this was similar to his previous books and there are better books out there on lifestyle and brain health. ...

    Very helpful! ...

    The author presents ideas that are exciting to him. I question whether everything he writes is actual fact--one specifically, his conclusion that most of our country?s wheat fields are routinely sprayed with the chemical Roundup. Snopes.com lead me to believe that isn?t true. ...

    Nothing new or exciting that I have nt learned before. My best resource is still Dr Mark Hyman! ...

    This was a comprehensive book about how to get well and stay healthy. ...

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  • Jacy Good
    Mar 20, 2019

    I was expecting a book on working on good routines and habits. Instead this book is about gut health, eating less sugar and small fixes. I'm sure these are all good ideas (although the science doesn't always back them up) but I have much doubt that this will dramatically improve you...

    Why does it feel as though this guy is yelling at me on EVERY SINGLE PAGE?? I gave him 2 stars for the biochem 101 lesson, (nice job breaking down how proteins and enzymes behave!) but seriously his paranoia and verbiage are more TOXIC than anything I put into my body, which inevitably...

    Most (80%) of this is very good information, supported by much research and the sensible idea embraced by functional medicine that identifying and healing the root cause, rather than "a pill for an ill" is the path to health. I gave only 4 stars because: 1. I take issue with his...

    With the exception of Dr. O'Bryan's suggestion that readers avoid EMF waves, this book repeats the recommendations of most books about improving gut/general health. I take issue with the title's claim that the changes he suggests will only take one hour a week. As a person who does her...

    I had an issue with some of the statistics stated, but find interesting a lot of the science and chemical composition behind why some foods are really good for you and why some are not. The tattoo story is fascinating, it?s a shame more research wasn?t done. Overall, I appreciate w...

    Whether or not you can fix your brain is something I'd love to sit down and discuss with you, at length, over beverages of our choice. I'm not down to discuss this book, though. Utter claptrap. Best thing about it was this chapter subheading: STOPPING LEAKY GUT AND LEAKY BRAIN IN Y...

    I hadn't read any of this before so much of it seemed to make sense to me. However, I am almost 3/4 of the way through the Whole 30 challenge, which aligns with his advice about avoiding sugar, dairy, and gluten, and have not had the mind clarity I hoped for. ...

    this was similar to his previous books and there are better books out there on lifestyle and brain health. ...

    Very helpful! ...

    The author presents ideas that are exciting to him. I question whether everything he writes is actual fact--one specifically, his conclusion that most of our country?s wheat fields are routinely sprayed with the chemical Roundup. Snopes.com lead me to believe that isn?t true. ...

    Nothing new or exciting that I have nt learned before. My best resource is still Dr Mark Hyman! ...

    This was a comprehensive book about how to get well and stay healthy. ...

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  • Evelyn
    Feb 26, 2019

    I was expecting a book on working on good routines and habits. Instead this book is about gut health, eating less sugar and small fixes. I'm sure these are all good ideas (although the science doesn't always back them up) but I have much doubt that this will dramatically improve you...

    Why does it feel as though this guy is yelling at me on EVERY SINGLE PAGE?? I gave him 2 stars for the biochem 101 lesson, (nice job breaking down how proteins and enzymes behave!) but seriously his paranoia and verbiage are more TOXIC than anything I put into my body, which inevitably...

    Most (80%) of this is very good information, supported by much research and the sensible idea embraced by functional medicine that identifying and healing the root cause, rather than "a pill for an ill" is the path to health. I gave only 4 stars because: 1. I take issue with his...

    With the exception of Dr. O'Bryan's suggestion that readers avoid EMF waves, this book repeats the recommendations of most books about improving gut/general health. I take issue with the title's claim that the changes he suggests will only take one hour a week. As a person who does her...

    I had an issue with some of the statistics stated, but find interesting a lot of the science and chemical composition behind why some foods are really good for you and why some are not. The tattoo story is fascinating, it?s a shame more research wasn?t done. Overall, I appreciate w...

    Whether or not you can fix your brain is something I'd love to sit down and discuss with you, at length, over beverages of our choice. I'm not down to discuss this book, though. Utter claptrap. Best thing about it was this chapter subheading: STOPPING LEAKY GUT AND LEAKY BRAIN IN Y...

    I hadn't read any of this before so much of it seemed to make sense to me. However, I am almost 3/4 of the way through the Whole 30 challenge, which aligns with his advice about avoiding sugar, dairy, and gluten, and have not had the mind clarity I hoped for. ...

    this was similar to his previous books and there are better books out there on lifestyle and brain health. ...

    Very helpful! ...

    The author presents ideas that are exciting to him. I question whether everything he writes is actual fact--one specifically, his conclusion that most of our country?s wheat fields are routinely sprayed with the chemical Roundup. Snopes.com lead me to believe that isn?t true. ...

  • Johannes Lõhmus
    Jan 10, 2019

    I was expecting a book on working on good routines and habits. Instead this book is about gut health, eating less sugar and small fixes. I'm sure these are all good ideas (although the science doesn't always back them up) but I have much doubt that this will dramatically improve you...

    Why does it feel as though this guy is yelling at me on EVERY SINGLE PAGE?? I gave him 2 stars for the biochem 101 lesson, (nice job breaking down how proteins and enzymes behave!) but seriously his paranoia and verbiage are more TOXIC than anything I put into my body, which inevitably...

    Most (80%) of this is very good information, supported by much research and the sensible idea embraced by functional medicine that identifying and healing the root cause, rather than "a pill for an ill" is the path to health. I gave only 4 stars because: 1. I take issue with his...

    With the exception of Dr. O'Bryan's suggestion that readers avoid EMF waves, this book repeats the recommendations of most books about improving gut/general health. I take issue with the title's claim that the changes he suggests will only take one hour a week. As a person who does her...

    I had an issue with some of the statistics stated, but find interesting a lot of the science and chemical composition behind why some foods are really good for you and why some are not. The tattoo story is fascinating, it?s a shame more research wasn?t done. Overall, I appreciate w...

    Whether or not you can fix your brain is something I'd love to sit down and discuss with you, at length, over beverages of our choice. I'm not down to discuss this book, though. Utter claptrap. Best thing about it was this chapter subheading: STOPPING LEAKY GUT AND LEAKY BRAIN IN Y...

    I hadn't read any of this before so much of it seemed to make sense to me. However, I am almost 3/4 of the way through the Whole 30 challenge, which aligns with his advice about avoiding sugar, dairy, and gluten, and have not had the mind clarity I hoped for. ...

    this was similar to his previous books and there are better books out there on lifestyle and brain health. ...

    Very helpful! ...

    The author presents ideas that are exciting to him. I question whether everything he writes is actual fact--one specifically, his conclusion that most of our country?s wheat fields are routinely sprayed with the chemical Roundup. Snopes.com lead me to believe that isn?t true. ...

    Nothing new or exciting that I have nt learned before. My best resource is still Dr Mark Hyman! ...

    This was a comprehensive book about how to get well and stay healthy. ...

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  • Donna
    Nov 05, 2018

    I was expecting a book on working on good routines and habits. Instead this book is about gut health, eating less sugar and small fixes. I'm sure these are all good ideas (although the science doesn't always back them up) but I have much doubt that this will dramatically improve you...

    Why does it feel as though this guy is yelling at me on EVERY SINGLE PAGE?? I gave him 2 stars for the biochem 101 lesson, (nice job breaking down how proteins and enzymes behave!) but seriously his paranoia and verbiage are more TOXIC than anything I put into my body, which inevitably...

    Most (80%) of this is very good information, supported by much research and the sensible idea embraced by functional medicine that identifying and healing the root cause, rather than "a pill for an ill" is the path to health. I gave only 4 stars because: 1. I take issue with his...

    With the exception of Dr. O'Bryan's suggestion that readers avoid EMF waves, this book repeats the recommendations of most books about improving gut/general health. I take issue with the title's claim that the changes he suggests will only take one hour a week. As a person who does her...

    I had an issue with some of the statistics stated, but find interesting a lot of the science and chemical composition behind why some foods are really good for you and why some are not. The tattoo story is fascinating, it?s a shame more research wasn?t done. Overall, I appreciate w...

    Whether or not you can fix your brain is something I'd love to sit down and discuss with you, at length, over beverages of our choice. I'm not down to discuss this book, though. Utter claptrap. Best thing about it was this chapter subheading: STOPPING LEAKY GUT AND LEAKY BRAIN IN Y...

    I hadn't read any of this before so much of it seemed to make sense to me. However, I am almost 3/4 of the way through the Whole 30 challenge, which aligns with his advice about avoiding sugar, dairy, and gluten, and have not had the mind clarity I hoped for. ...

    this was similar to his previous books and there are better books out there on lifestyle and brain health. ...

    Very helpful! ...

    The author presents ideas that are exciting to him. I question whether everything he writes is actual fact--one specifically, his conclusion that most of our country?s wheat fields are routinely sprayed with the chemical Roundup. Snopes.com lead me to believe that isn?t true. ...

    Nothing new or exciting that I have nt learned before. My best resource is still Dr Mark Hyman! ...

  • Emily
    Nov 08, 2018

    I was expecting a book on working on good routines and habits. Instead this book is about gut health, eating less sugar and small fixes. I'm sure these are all good ideas (although the science doesn't always back them up) but I have much doubt that this will dramatically improve you...

    Why does it feel as though this guy is yelling at me on EVERY SINGLE PAGE?? I gave him 2 stars for the biochem 101 lesson, (nice job breaking down how proteins and enzymes behave!) but seriously his paranoia and verbiage are more TOXIC than anything I put into my body, which inevitably...

    Most (80%) of this is very good information, supported by much research and the sensible idea embraced by functional medicine that identifying and healing the root cause, rather than "a pill for an ill" is the path to health. I gave only 4 stars because: 1. I take issue with his...

    With the exception of Dr. O'Bryan's suggestion that readers avoid EMF waves, this book repeats the recommendations of most books about improving gut/general health. I take issue with the title's claim that the changes he suggests will only take one hour a week. As a person who does her...

    I had an issue with some of the statistics stated, but find interesting a lot of the science and chemical composition behind why some foods are really good for you and why some are not. The tattoo story is fascinating, it?s a shame more research wasn?t done. Overall, I appreciate w...

    Whether or not you can fix your brain is something I'd love to sit down and discuss with you, at length, over beverages of our choice. I'm not down to discuss this book, though. Utter claptrap. Best thing about it was this chapter subheading: STOPPING LEAKY GUT AND LEAKY BRAIN IN Y...

    I hadn't read any of this before so much of it seemed to make sense to me. However, I am almost 3/4 of the way through the Whole 30 challenge, which aligns with his advice about avoiding sugar, dairy, and gluten, and have not had the mind clarity I hoped for. ...

    this was similar to his previous books and there are better books out there on lifestyle and brain health. ...

    Very helpful! ...

    The author presents ideas that are exciting to him. I question whether everything he writes is actual fact--one specifically, his conclusion that most of our country?s wheat fields are routinely sprayed with the chemical Roundup. Snopes.com lead me to believe that isn?t true. ...

    Nothing new or exciting that I have nt learned before. My best resource is still Dr Mark Hyman! ...

    This was a comprehensive book about how to get well and stay healthy. ...

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  • Rose
    Jan 13, 2019

    I was expecting a book on working on good routines and habits. Instead this book is about gut health, eating less sugar and small fixes. I'm sure these are all good ideas (although the science doesn't always back them up) but I have much doubt that this will dramatically improve you...

    Why does it feel as though this guy is yelling at me on EVERY SINGLE PAGE?? I gave him 2 stars for the biochem 101 lesson, (nice job breaking down how proteins and enzymes behave!) but seriously his paranoia and verbiage are more TOXIC than anything I put into my body, which inevitably...

    Most (80%) of this is very good information, supported by much research and the sensible idea embraced by functional medicine that identifying and healing the root cause, rather than "a pill for an ill" is the path to health. I gave only 4 stars because: 1. I take issue with his...

    With the exception of Dr. O'Bryan's suggestion that readers avoid EMF waves, this book repeats the recommendations of most books about improving gut/general health. I take issue with the title's claim that the changes he suggests will only take one hour a week. As a person who does her...

    I had an issue with some of the statistics stated, but find interesting a lot of the science and chemical composition behind why some foods are really good for you and why some are not. The tattoo story is fascinating, it?s a shame more research wasn?t done. Overall, I appreciate w...

    Whether or not you can fix your brain is something I'd love to sit down and discuss with you, at length, over beverages of our choice. I'm not down to discuss this book, though. Utter claptrap. Best thing about it was this chapter subheading: STOPPING LEAKY GUT AND LEAKY BRAIN IN Y...

    I hadn't read any of this before so much of it seemed to make sense to me. However, I am almost 3/4 of the way through the Whole 30 challenge, which aligns with his advice about avoiding sugar, dairy, and gluten, and have not had the mind clarity I hoped for. ...

    this was similar to his previous books and there are better books out there on lifestyle and brain health. ...

    Very helpful! ...

    The author presents ideas that are exciting to him. I question whether everything he writes is actual fact--one specifically, his conclusion that most of our country?s wheat fields are routinely sprayed with the chemical Roundup. Snopes.com lead me to believe that isn?t true. ...

    Nothing new or exciting that I have nt learned before. My best resource is still Dr Mark Hyman! ...

    This was a comprehensive book about how to get well and stay healthy. ...

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  • Sayuri Murrain Carlbom
    Mar 28, 2019

    I was expecting a book on working on good routines and habits. Instead this book is about gut health, eating less sugar and small fixes. I'm sure these are all good ideas (although the science doesn't always back them up) but I have much doubt that this will dramatically improve you...

    Why does it feel as though this guy is yelling at me on EVERY SINGLE PAGE?? I gave him 2 stars for the biochem 101 lesson, (nice job breaking down how proteins and enzymes behave!) but seriously his paranoia and verbiage are more TOXIC than anything I put into my body, which inevitably...

    Most (80%) of this is very good information, supported by much research and the sensible idea embraced by functional medicine that identifying and healing the root cause, rather than "a pill for an ill" is the path to health. I gave only 4 stars because: 1. I take issue with his...

    With the exception of Dr. O'Bryan's suggestion that readers avoid EMF waves, this book repeats the recommendations of most books about improving gut/general health. I take issue with the title's claim that the changes he suggests will only take one hour a week. As a person who does her...

    I had an issue with some of the statistics stated, but find interesting a lot of the science and chemical composition behind why some foods are really good for you and why some are not. The tattoo story is fascinating, it?s a shame more research wasn?t done. Overall, I appreciate w...

  • Alexey PRUDKOV
    Oct 06, 2018

    I was expecting a book on working on good routines and habits. Instead this book is about gut health, eating less sugar and small fixes. I'm sure these are all good ideas (although the science doesn't always back them up) but I have much doubt that this will dramatically improve you...

    Why does it feel as though this guy is yelling at me on EVERY SINGLE PAGE?? I gave him 2 stars for the biochem 101 lesson, (nice job breaking down how proteins and enzymes behave!) but seriously his paranoia and verbiage are more TOXIC than anything I put into my body, which inevitably...

    Most (80%) of this is very good information, supported by much research and the sensible idea embraced by functional medicine that identifying and healing the root cause, rather than "a pill for an ill" is the path to health. I gave only 4 stars because: 1. I take issue with his...

    With the exception of Dr. O'Bryan's suggestion that readers avoid EMF waves, this book repeats the recommendations of most books about improving gut/general health. I take issue with the title's claim that the changes he suggests will only take one hour a week. As a person who does her...

    I had an issue with some of the statistics stated, but find interesting a lot of the science and chemical composition behind why some foods are really good for you and why some are not. The tattoo story is fascinating, it?s a shame more research wasn?t done. Overall, I appreciate w...

    Whether or not you can fix your brain is something I'd love to sit down and discuss with you, at length, over beverages of our choice. I'm not down to discuss this book, though. Utter claptrap. Best thing about it was this chapter subheading: STOPPING LEAKY GUT AND LEAKY BRAIN IN Y...

    I hadn't read any of this before so much of it seemed to make sense to me. However, I am almost 3/4 of the way through the Whole 30 challenge, which aligns with his advice about avoiding sugar, dairy, and gluten, and have not had the mind clarity I hoped for. ...

    this was similar to his previous books and there are better books out there on lifestyle and brain health. ...

    Very helpful! ...

    The author presents ideas that are exciting to him. I question whether everything he writes is actual fact--one specifically, his conclusion that most of our country?s wheat fields are routinely sprayed with the chemical Roundup. Snopes.com lead me to believe that isn?t true. ...

    Nothing new or exciting that I have nt learned before. My best resource is still Dr Mark Hyman! ...

    This was a comprehensive book about how to get well and stay healthy. ...

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  • Samson Mathew
    Feb 02, 2019

    I was expecting a book on working on good routines and habits. Instead this book is about gut health, eating less sugar and small fixes. I'm sure these are all good ideas (although the science doesn't always back them up) but I have much doubt that this will dramatically improve you...

    Why does it feel as though this guy is yelling at me on EVERY SINGLE PAGE?? I gave him 2 stars for the biochem 101 lesson, (nice job breaking down how proteins and enzymes behave!) but seriously his paranoia and verbiage are more TOXIC than anything I put into my body, which inevitably...

    Most (80%) of this is very good information, supported by much research and the sensible idea embraced by functional medicine that identifying and healing the root cause, rather than "a pill for an ill" is the path to health. I gave only 4 stars because: 1. I take issue with his...

    With the exception of Dr. O'Bryan's suggestion that readers avoid EMF waves, this book repeats the recommendations of most books about improving gut/general health. I take issue with the title's claim that the changes he suggests will only take one hour a week. As a person who does her...

    I had an issue with some of the statistics stated, but find interesting a lot of the science and chemical composition behind why some foods are really good for you and why some are not. The tattoo story is fascinating, it?s a shame more research wasn?t done. Overall, I appreciate w...

    Whether or not you can fix your brain is something I'd love to sit down and discuss with you, at length, over beverages of our choice. I'm not down to discuss this book, though. Utter claptrap. Best thing about it was this chapter subheading: STOPPING LEAKY GUT AND LEAKY BRAIN IN Y...

    I hadn't read any of this before so much of it seemed to make sense to me. However, I am almost 3/4 of the way through the Whole 30 challenge, which aligns with his advice about avoiding sugar, dairy, and gluten, and have not had the mind clarity I hoped for. ...

    this was similar to his previous books and there are better books out there on lifestyle and brain health. ...

    Very helpful! ...

    The author presents ideas that are exciting to him. I question whether everything he writes is actual fact--one specifically, his conclusion that most of our country?s wheat fields are routinely sprayed with the chemical Roundup. Snopes.com lead me to believe that isn?t true. ...

    Nothing new or exciting that I have nt learned before. My best resource is still Dr Mark Hyman! ...

    This was a comprehensive book about how to get well and stay healthy. ...

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  • Ginger Hudock
    Nov 10, 2018

    I was expecting a book on working on good routines and habits. Instead this book is about gut health, eating less sugar and small fixes. I'm sure these are all good ideas (although the science doesn't always back them up) but I have much doubt that this will dramatically improve you...

    Why does it feel as though this guy is yelling at me on EVERY SINGLE PAGE?? I gave him 2 stars for the biochem 101 lesson, (nice job breaking down how proteins and enzymes behave!) but seriously his paranoia and verbiage are more TOXIC than anything I put into my body, which inevitably...

    Most (80%) of this is very good information, supported by much research and the sensible idea embraced by functional medicine that identifying and healing the root cause, rather than "a pill for an ill" is the path to health. I gave only 4 stars because: 1. I take issue with his...

    With the exception of Dr. O'Bryan's suggestion that readers avoid EMF waves, this book repeats the recommendations of most books about improving gut/general health. I take issue with the title's claim that the changes he suggests will only take one hour a week. As a person who does her...

    I had an issue with some of the statistics stated, but find interesting a lot of the science and chemical composition behind why some foods are really good for you and why some are not. The tattoo story is fascinating, it?s a shame more research wasn?t done. Overall, I appreciate w...

    Whether or not you can fix your brain is something I'd love to sit down and discuss with you, at length, over beverages of our choice. I'm not down to discuss this book, though. Utter claptrap. Best thing about it was this chapter subheading: STOPPING LEAKY GUT AND LEAKY BRAIN IN Y...

    I hadn't read any of this before so much of it seemed to make sense to me. However, I am almost 3/4 of the way through the Whole 30 challenge, which aligns with his advice about avoiding sugar, dairy, and gluten, and have not had the mind clarity I hoped for. ...

    this was similar to his previous books and there are better books out there on lifestyle and brain health. ...

  • Lisa Ng
    Jan 25, 2019

    I was expecting a book on working on good routines and habits. Instead this book is about gut health, eating less sugar and small fixes. I'm sure these are all good ideas (although the science doesn't always back them up) but I have much doubt that this will dramatically improve you...

    Why does it feel as though this guy is yelling at me on EVERY SINGLE PAGE?? I gave him 2 stars for the biochem 101 lesson, (nice job breaking down how proteins and enzymes behave!) but seriously his paranoia and verbiage are more TOXIC than anything I put into my body, which inevitably...

    Most (80%) of this is very good information, supported by much research and the sensible idea embraced by functional medicine that identifying and healing the root cause, rather than "a pill for an ill" is the path to health. I gave only 4 stars because: 1. I take issue with his...

    With the exception of Dr. O'Bryan's suggestion that readers avoid EMF waves, this book repeats the recommendations of most books about improving gut/general health. I take issue with the title's claim that the changes he suggests will only take one hour a week. As a person who does her...

    I had an issue with some of the statistics stated, but find interesting a lot of the science and chemical composition behind why some foods are really good for you and why some are not. The tattoo story is fascinating, it?s a shame more research wasn?t done. Overall, I appreciate w...

    Whether or not you can fix your brain is something I'd love to sit down and discuss with you, at length, over beverages of our choice. I'm not down to discuss this book, though. Utter claptrap. Best thing about it was this chapter subheading: STOPPING LEAKY GUT AND LEAKY BRAIN IN Y...

    I hadn't read any of this before so much of it seemed to make sense to me. However, I am almost 3/4 of the way through the Whole 30 challenge, which aligns with his advice about avoiding sugar, dairy, and gluten, and have not had the mind clarity I hoped for. ...

    this was similar to his previous books and there are better books out there on lifestyle and brain health. ...

    Very helpful! ...

    The author presents ideas that are exciting to him. I question whether everything he writes is actual fact--one specifically, his conclusion that most of our country?s wheat fields are routinely sprayed with the chemical Roundup. Snopes.com lead me to believe that isn?t true. ...

    Nothing new or exciting that I have nt learned before. My best resource is still Dr Mark Hyman! ...

    This was a comprehensive book about how to get well and stay healthy. ...

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  • Kelly Greening
    Sep 19, 2018

    I was expecting a book on working on good routines and habits. Instead this book is about gut health, eating less sugar and small fixes. I'm sure these are all good ideas (although the science doesn't always back them up) but I have much doubt that this will dramatically improve you...

    Why does it feel as though this guy is yelling at me on EVERY SINGLE PAGE?? I gave him 2 stars for the biochem 101 lesson, (nice job breaking down how proteins and enzymes behave!) but seriously his paranoia and verbiage are more TOXIC than anything I put into my body, which inevitably...

    Most (80%) of this is very good information, supported by much research and the sensible idea embraced by functional medicine that identifying and healing the root cause, rather than "a pill for an ill" is the path to health. I gave only 4 stars because: 1. I take issue with his...

    With the exception of Dr. O'Bryan's suggestion that readers avoid EMF waves, this book repeats the recommendations of most books about improving gut/general health. I take issue with the title's claim that the changes he suggests will only take one hour a week. As a person who does her...

    I had an issue with some of the statistics stated, but find interesting a lot of the science and chemical composition behind why some foods are really good for you and why some are not. The tattoo story is fascinating, it?s a shame more research wasn?t done. Overall, I appreciate w...

    Whether or not you can fix your brain is something I'd love to sit down and discuss with you, at length, over beverages of our choice. I'm not down to discuss this book, though. Utter claptrap. Best thing about it was this chapter subheading: STOPPING LEAKY GUT AND LEAKY BRAIN IN Y...

    I hadn't read any of this before so much of it seemed to make sense to me. However, I am almost 3/4 of the way through the Whole 30 challenge, which aligns with his advice about avoiding sugar, dairy, and gluten, and have not had the mind clarity I hoped for. ...

    this was similar to his previous books and there are better books out there on lifestyle and brain health. ...

    Very helpful! ...

    The author presents ideas that are exciting to him. I question whether everything he writes is actual fact--one specifically, his conclusion that most of our country?s wheat fields are routinely sprayed with the chemical Roundup. Snopes.com lead me to believe that isn?t true. ...

    Nothing new or exciting that I have nt learned before. My best resource is still Dr Mark Hyman! ...

    This was a comprehensive book about how to get well and stay healthy. ...

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  • Melanie Sears
    Dec 19, 2018

    I was expecting a book on working on good routines and habits. Instead this book is about gut health, eating less sugar and small fixes. I'm sure these are all good ideas (although the science doesn't always back them up) but I have much doubt that this will dramatically improve you...

    Why does it feel as though this guy is yelling at me on EVERY SINGLE PAGE?? I gave him 2 stars for the biochem 101 lesson, (nice job breaking down how proteins and enzymes behave!) but seriously his paranoia and verbiage are more TOXIC than anything I put into my body, which inevitably...

    Most (80%) of this is very good information, supported by much research and the sensible idea embraced by functional medicine that identifying and healing the root cause, rather than "a pill for an ill" is the path to health. I gave only 4 stars because: 1. I take issue with his...

    With the exception of Dr. O'Bryan's suggestion that readers avoid EMF waves, this book repeats the recommendations of most books about improving gut/general health. I take issue with the title's claim that the changes he suggests will only take one hour a week. As a person who does her...

    I had an issue with some of the statistics stated, but find interesting a lot of the science and chemical composition behind why some foods are really good for you and why some are not. The tattoo story is fascinating, it?s a shame more research wasn?t done. Overall, I appreciate w...

    Whether or not you can fix your brain is something I'd love to sit down and discuss with you, at length, over beverages of our choice. I'm not down to discuss this book, though. Utter claptrap. Best thing about it was this chapter subheading: STOPPING LEAKY GUT AND LEAKY BRAIN IN Y...

    I hadn't read any of this before so much of it seemed to make sense to me. However, I am almost 3/4 of the way through the Whole 30 challenge, which aligns with his advice about avoiding sugar, dairy, and gluten, and have not had the mind clarity I hoped for. ...

    this was similar to his previous books and there are better books out there on lifestyle and brain health. ...

    Very helpful! ...

    The author presents ideas that are exciting to him. I question whether everything he writes is actual fact--one specifically, his conclusion that most of our country?s wheat fields are routinely sprayed with the chemical Roundup. Snopes.com lead me to believe that isn?t true. ...

    Nothing new or exciting that I have nt learned before. My best resource is still Dr Mark Hyman! ...

    This was a comprehensive book about how to get well and stay healthy. ...

  • Silvia Cojocaru
    Mar 22, 2019

    I was expecting a book on working on good routines and habits. Instead this book is about gut health, eating less sugar and small fixes. I'm sure these are all good ideas (although the science doesn't always back them up) but I have much doubt that this will dramatically improve you...

    Why does it feel as though this guy is yelling at me on EVERY SINGLE PAGE?? I gave him 2 stars for the biochem 101 lesson, (nice job breaking down how proteins and enzymes behave!) but seriously his paranoia and verbiage are more TOXIC than anything I put into my body, which inevitably...

    Most (80%) of this is very good information, supported by much research and the sensible idea embraced by functional medicine that identifying and healing the root cause, rather than "a pill for an ill" is the path to health. I gave only 4 stars because: 1. I take issue with his...

    With the exception of Dr. O'Bryan's suggestion that readers avoid EMF waves, this book repeats the recommendations of most books about improving gut/general health. I take issue with the title's claim that the changes he suggests will only take one hour a week. As a person who does her...

    I had an issue with some of the statistics stated, but find interesting a lot of the science and chemical composition behind why some foods are really good for you and why some are not. The tattoo story is fascinating, it?s a shame more research wasn?t done. Overall, I appreciate w...

    Whether or not you can fix your brain is something I'd love to sit down and discuss with you, at length, over beverages of our choice. I'm not down to discuss this book, though. Utter claptrap. Best thing about it was this chapter subheading: STOPPING LEAKY GUT AND LEAKY BRAIN IN Y...

    I hadn't read any of this before so much of it seemed to make sense to me. However, I am almost 3/4 of the way through the Whole 30 challenge, which aligns with his advice about avoiding sugar, dairy, and gluten, and have not had the mind clarity I hoped for. ...

    this was similar to his previous books and there are better books out there on lifestyle and brain health. ...

    Very helpful! ...

    The author presents ideas that are exciting to him. I question whether everything he writes is actual fact--one specifically, his conclusion that most of our country?s wheat fields are routinely sprayed with the chemical Roundup. Snopes.com lead me to believe that isn?t true. ...

    Nothing new or exciting that I have nt learned before. My best resource is still Dr Mark Hyman! ...

    This was a comprehensive book about how to get well and stay healthy. ...

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  • Cute Chicken
    Oct 18, 2018

    I was expecting a book on working on good routines and habits. Instead this book is about gut health, eating less sugar and small fixes. I'm sure these are all good ideas (although the science doesn't always back them up) but I have much doubt that this will dramatically improve you...

    Why does it feel as though this guy is yelling at me on EVERY SINGLE PAGE?? I gave him 2 stars for the biochem 101 lesson, (nice job breaking down how proteins and enzymes behave!) but seriously his paranoia and verbiage are more TOXIC than anything I put into my body, which inevitably...

    Most (80%) of this is very good information, supported by much research and the sensible idea embraced by functional medicine that identifying and healing the root cause, rather than "a pill for an ill" is the path to health. I gave only 4 stars because: 1. I take issue with his...

    With the exception of Dr. O'Bryan's suggestion that readers avoid EMF waves, this book repeats the recommendations of most books about improving gut/general health. I take issue with the title's claim that the changes he suggests will only take one hour a week. As a person who does her...

    I had an issue with some of the statistics stated, but find interesting a lot of the science and chemical composition behind why some foods are really good for you and why some are not. The tattoo story is fascinating, it?s a shame more research wasn?t done. Overall, I appreciate w...

    Whether or not you can fix your brain is something I'd love to sit down and discuss with you, at length, over beverages of our choice. I'm not down to discuss this book, though. Utter claptrap. Best thing about it was this chapter subheading: STOPPING LEAKY GUT AND LEAKY BRAIN IN Y...

    I hadn't read any of this before so much of it seemed to make sense to me. However, I am almost 3/4 of the way through the Whole 30 challenge, which aligns with his advice about avoiding sugar, dairy, and gluten, and have not had the mind clarity I hoped for. ...

    this was similar to his previous books and there are better books out there on lifestyle and brain health. ...

    Very helpful! ...

    The author presents ideas that are exciting to him. I question whether everything he writes is actual fact--one specifically, his conclusion that most of our country?s wheat fields are routinely sprayed with the chemical Roundup. Snopes.com lead me to believe that isn?t true. ...

    Nothing new or exciting that I have nt learned before. My best resource is still Dr Mark Hyman! ...

    This was a comprehensive book about how to get well and stay healthy. ...

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  • Vitalius Radzevicius
    Mar 23, 2019

    I was expecting a book on working on good routines and habits. Instead this book is about gut health, eating less sugar and small fixes. I'm sure these are all good ideas (although the science doesn't always back them up) but I have much doubt that this will dramatically improve you...

    Why does it feel as though this guy is yelling at me on EVERY SINGLE PAGE?? I gave him 2 stars for the biochem 101 lesson, (nice job breaking down how proteins and enzymes behave!) but seriously his paranoia and verbiage are more TOXIC than anything I put into my body, which inevitably...

    Most (80%) of this is very good information, supported by much research and the sensible idea embraced by functional medicine that identifying and healing the root cause, rather than "a pill for an ill" is the path to health. I gave only 4 stars because: 1. I take issue with his...

    With the exception of Dr. O'Bryan's suggestion that readers avoid EMF waves, this book repeats the recommendations of most books about improving gut/general health. I take issue with the title's claim that the changes he suggests will only take one hour a week. As a person who does her...

    I had an issue with some of the statistics stated, but find interesting a lot of the science and chemical composition behind why some foods are really good for you and why some are not. The tattoo story is fascinating, it?s a shame more research wasn?t done. Overall, I appreciate w...

    Whether or not you can fix your brain is something I'd love to sit down and discuss with you, at length, over beverages of our choice. I'm not down to discuss this book, though. Utter claptrap. Best thing about it was this chapter subheading: STOPPING LEAKY GUT AND LEAKY BRAIN IN Y...

    I hadn't read any of this before so much of it seemed to make sense to me. However, I am almost 3/4 of the way through the Whole 30 challenge, which aligns with his advice about avoiding sugar, dairy, and gluten, and have not had the mind clarity I hoped for. ...

    this was similar to his previous books and there are better books out there on lifestyle and brain health. ...

    Very helpful! ...

    The author presents ideas that are exciting to him. I question whether everything he writes is actual fact--one specifically, his conclusion that most of our country?s wheat fields are routinely sprayed with the chemical Roundup. Snopes.com lead me to believe that isn?t true. ...

    Nothing new or exciting that I have nt learned before. My best resource is still Dr Mark Hyman! ...

    This was a comprehensive book about how to get well and stay healthy. ...

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  • Media-Upper Providence
    Apr 18, 2019

    I was expecting a book on working on good routines and habits. Instead this book is about gut health, eating less sugar and small fixes. I'm sure these are all good ideas (although the science doesn't always back them up) but I have much doubt that this will dramatically improve you...

    Why does it feel as though this guy is yelling at me on EVERY SINGLE PAGE?? I gave him 2 stars for the biochem 101 lesson, (nice job breaking down how proteins and enzymes behave!) but seriously his paranoia and verbiage are more TOXIC than anything I put into my body, which inevitably...

    Most (80%) of this is very good information, supported by much research and the sensible idea embraced by functional medicine that identifying and healing the root cause, rather than "a pill for an ill" is the path to health. I gave only 4 stars because: 1. I take issue with his...

    With the exception of Dr. O'Bryan's suggestion that readers avoid EMF waves, this book repeats the recommendations of most books about improving gut/general health. I take issue with the title's claim that the changes he suggests will only take one hour a week. As a person who does her...

    I had an issue with some of the statistics stated, but find interesting a lot of the science and chemical composition behind why some foods are really good for you and why some are not. The tattoo story is fascinating, it?s a shame more research wasn?t done. Overall, I appreciate w...

    Whether or not you can fix your brain is something I'd love to sit down and discuss with you, at length, over beverages of our choice. I'm not down to discuss this book, though. Utter claptrap. Best thing about it was this chapter subheading: STOPPING LEAKY GUT AND LEAKY BRAIN IN Y...

    I hadn't read any of this before so much of it seemed to make sense to me. However, I am almost 3/4 of the way through the Whole 30 challenge, which aligns with his advice about avoiding sugar, dairy, and gluten, and have not had the mind clarity I hoped for. ...

    this was similar to his previous books and there are better books out there on lifestyle and brain health. ...

    Very helpful! ...

    The author presents ideas that are exciting to him. I question whether everything he writes is actual fact--one specifically, his conclusion that most of our country?s wheat fields are routinely sprayed with the chemical Roundup. Snopes.com lead me to believe that isn?t true. ...

    Nothing new or exciting that I have nt learned before. My best resource is still Dr Mark Hyman! ...

    This was a comprehensive book about how to get well and stay healthy. ...

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