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At 19 years old, Jordan Rubin was a healthy 6'1" and 180 pounds. Shockingly, his weight fell to just 104 lbs. in a matter of months. His immune system was at an all-time low, as he suffered from Crohn's disease, food allergies, anemia, fibromyalgia, intestinal parasites, and a host of other conditions. After seeing over 70 health professionals, using both conventional and alternative medicines, Rubin was sent home in a wheelchair to die.

But his story didn't end there. Through determination and a powerful faith in God, Rubin refused to give in to disease. Instead, he educated himself on natural health, and applied its principles. Now, ten years later, Rubin is fully recovered-and he desires to share the keys to his own good health. These keys aren't just for the disease-ridden; they are for anyone desiring to live an abundant life of health and wellness.

Topics: Christianity, Spirituality , Exercise, Diets, Informative, Prescriptive, and Inspirational

Published: Thomas Nelson on Jan 3, 2006
ISBN: 9781418584870
List price: $14.99
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The first words turned me off. You don't have to be Christian or believe in god to be healthy and know what foods are the best for your soul. So silly, should have kept that part to himself. Didn't continue. I love god but dislike the Christian superior thought.read more
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Rubin can be extreme at times, but the foundation of this book is solid. I don't think it's very practical to follow all of the guidelines covered in this diet, but it is a great resorce and I look at food differently after reading this.read more
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The first words turned me off. You don't have to be Christian or believe in god to be healthy and know what foods are the best for your soul. So silly, should have kept that part to himself. Didn't continue. I love god but dislike the Christian superior thought.
Is this review helpful? Yes | NoThank you for your feedback.
Rubin can be extreme at times, but the foundation of this book is solid. I don't think it's very practical to follow all of the guidelines covered in this diet, but it is a great resorce and I look at food differently after reading this.
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