The Complete Guide to Fasting Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
The Complete Guide to Fasting is a great book. Our editors rated it with a top 5 stars.
User reviews about the book
I totally blew it.
I should have got the sample first. You can’t use scroll view, every page looks like a tiny pdf, have to zoom in to read. I wish I could get my money back.
This must be what the Toronto Raptors felt like!
By Lady dlfaster
Loved it so much information. Need to read it over again.
They were right, so hard to read!
I use iBooks to read because of my dyslexia but this book was impossible
Good book, horrible editing
I bought this book to listen to with the disability speech and it’s almost imopossible to listen to as many words and sentences are fused into one making it impossible to understand what is being said as the words are unintelligible. This was a waste of my money and it’s shameful how a book with this reputation is badly edited and made un-usuable for the buyer.
Great content, poor format
The book is great, I highly recommend reading it. But understand that this is not an ebook, it’s a PDF. It also has a LOT of places where words run together without spaces in between them. If this will bother you, then buy a physical copy.
Great Book, Horrible Formatting!
This book is highly informative and very well written. It has tons of information regarding all aspects of fasting and ketosis. However, the iTunes version is atrocious. There are formatting issues throughout the entire publication, with word run-on’s and spacing issues all throughout, these issues make it very, very difficult to read.
The fact that the publisher allowed this to even happen is nothing less then sheer unprofessional, proofreading laziness.
I work in the digital publication industry and I understand how things could be overlooked occasionally, but this is gross negligence on the publishers part not to double check the final publication, and especially not to fix this in a timely manner, especially when there are people complaining about it throughout the reviews.
They could fix this publication in a matter of an hour, if someone would just get on it.
The Complete Guide to Fasting
By frozen juanito
Really good book…easy to read, easy to understand. My poor forehead hurts so much from me slapping it constantly with my hand saying, “That makes sense!”
The book explains why all diets fail…They may work for a while, but then the body will adjust to whatever changes you make. It takes a full removal of food to make the lasting change of reducing insulin levels in your body. And remember kids, it’s the high insulin levels that cause all of the problems…do yourself a favor and get the book.
Good book, bad iBook
Arguably, this is the best resource for information on fasting; however, as many others have noted, actually using the information therein is difficult because this is not an ordinary iBook, it is a PDF. The two most irritating implications of this for me are that one must zoom in on each page and one cannot highlight or annotate the book. Also highly irritating is that many words are runtogetherlikethis.
Good content but bad formatting
This is basically a pdf version of the paper book. You cannot change the font size, which is very small. Do not buy this on the iBook Store.
The complete guide to Fasting but Jason Fund MD
By Bri Leary
I have read cover to cover and this book is so good about going into the history of Diabetes and treatments weather good or bad.
The hormonal and digestive education is key to understanding how we work and have survived !
I have been doing intermittent fasting for a few years and feel great, however , the missing technique has been EXTENDED FASTING ! I needed the this to get by my resistance to losing weight and the assurance that I will not lose muscle or drop.