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Lose weight, lower cholesterol, significantly reduce the risk of disease, and become physically fit--in just 4 weeks. Professional athlete-turned-firefighter Rip Esselstyn is used to responding to emergencies. His plant-powered eating plan is based on a diet of whole foods. The Engine 2 Diet has sold hundreds of thousands of copies and inspired a plant -based food revolution. Featuring endorsements from top medical experts and. Editorial Reviews. Review. "Firefighter Rip Esselstyn is a life-saver in more ways than one. 2 Diet: The Texas Firefighter's Day Save-Your-Life Plan that Lowers Cholesterol and Burns Away the Pounds eBook: Rip Esselstyn: Kindle Store.


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Most of the ingredients are readily available in your grocery store. Living in a small town area, I always take notice of the availability of the ingredients recommended.

One lesser known ingredient that is frequently listed is Bragg Liquid Aminos, of which I just recently received a free sample. It is simply a healthier version of soy sauce and can be ordered online if not in your stores.

Even in small towns, most grocers now have frozen meat substitutes.

You may be hooked on it! I really enjoyed the mac n no-cheese recipe and the quinoa and kale recipe. I got this book out at the library so I copied a few more recipes for later use: I don't think this book does a very good job of explaining how to lose weight.

If you are currently eating McDonalds everyday, yeah, you'll lose weight using this book. The a 3 and a half stars and rounding down even though I know it's not mathematically correct The average dieter, who probably has tried at least a couple of diets in the past might need a little more guidance.

Many of the recipes, although vegan, oil-free and whole grain, are somewhat high calorie lots of grains and avocados. The desserts seem only marginally healthier than traditional desserts they are vegan but sugar is sugar I also don't get the reliance on soy meat substitutes in this book.

I have been vegetarian for several years and while I occasionally enjoy these products, I don't really think they are healthy I eat them when I want something a bit junk foody Tofu and tempeh or beans are much better sources of protein in a vegan diet.

Aug 21, Caryn Boyd rated it really liked it. My mother is a vegetarian and we both decided to try this diet after seeing it on WholeFoods. Thee recommended diet changes have had a positive impact on her cholesterol levels and insulin requirements plus we're both losing weight. My only critique is specific to a few recipes we didn't care for, however, we like most.

Also, the portion size on many recipes is too large but we simply cut it down. We like to eat times a day so Rip's snack recommendations are incorporated. We may not stric My mother is a vegetarian and we both decided to try this diet after seeing it on WholeFoods. We may not strictly stick to a vegan lifestyle post-diet but most of our day-to-day meals will be vegan and healthy. Rip also has a website that has useful tools and video: Mar 07, Shannon rated it really liked it.

I read the China Study, which changed my life. Since I stopped eating animal products, many people have been skeptical about whether that is the healthiest thing to do.

This book is a reaffirmation to me that a person can be super-healthy and enjoy life and health even more without unhealthy foods. There are lots of easy-to-follow recipes, and I love Rip's quick-read style of writing. I feel like there are tons of people out there trying to live life without eating animal products - Rip includes I read the China Study, which changed my life.

I feel like there are tons of people out there trying to live life without eating animal products - Rip includes many testimonials from people who have decided to live the Engine 2 Diet. I finished this book in less than 24 hours. Oct 02, Katy rated it really liked it Shelves: I give this book 5 stars for the message, 3 stars for the writing.

My brother, who is a fireman, did the E2 diet at his firehouse and got hooked. After a very stressful year where I didn't take care of myself at all, I decide that I was ready to give this a try.

I had read a lot of Michael Pollan's books and Fast Food Nation, etc and this book shows you how to transition to a healthy vegan diet that those books also, more or less, promote. I feel SO much better and am going to stick with this wa I give this book 5 stars for the message, 3 stars for the writing.

I feel SO much better and am going to stick with this way of eating. I like that he never labels this as a "vegan" diet. This isn't a political statement for me, it is a choice for better health. May 14, Sian Lile-Pastore rated it liked it Shelves: I would imagine that Rip would appeal to loads of people - and I guess his aim here is perhaps focus more on men who perhaps don't ever think about diet I like Rip, he seems delightful, and possibly quite forceful and also strong I want a bit more from a cookbook than that - plus all the pizza bases that we are allowed to eat are all American makes so we probably can't even get them here in the uk.

There are quotes and support from lance Armstrong too, which i'm sure don't help any these days. Dec 28, Carrie rated it really liked it. Love it! I'm encouraged to continue with my veggie ways. What an uplifting book. I feel good just reading it. I think the recipes look reasonable in terms of my limited cooking abilities as well as tasty, which is important to me and to my family. I really like the phrase "plant-strong" rather than vegan or vegetarian or flexitarian or whatever.

By saying I eat a plant-strong diet it helps me to keep the emphasis on all the good veggies, fruits, legumes, nuts, and seeds that I love to eat. I've Love it!

I've passed this book up many times before finally reading it. I thought it would be too masculine or something. I don't do well with competition and although the author is a world-class athlete turned firefighter who is extremely competitive, I felt nothing but encouragement in reading this book.

If you are at all curious, pick it up and start reading. It is a good companion to the Forks Over Knives book. The author is featured in Forks Over Knives as well as in the documentary with the same name.

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May 10, Linda Hart rated it it was amazing. This is a great book for anyone who wants to lower cholesterol, build strength and endurance, lose weight and improve overall health. The recipes are very short, with some new but easy to find ingredidients, and I have prepared several of them which we've enjoyed and which I'll prepare again.

Even if you don't want to do the 28 day diet, you can still use the basics to eat healthier every day.

May 06, Rori Rischak rated it liked it Shelves: I volunteer at my local fire department, and ironically, we had some required training regarding firefighter health and eating habits that I went through at the same time that I read this. The training emphasized how firefighters over the age of 40 had large waists and an average BMI of 29, and the doctors suggested that firefighters needed to do a better job of controlling portion sizes.

The reason I mention the training is because it gave me a new appreciation for this book. The suggestion to I volunteer at my local fire department, and ironically, we had some required training regarding firefighter health and eating habits that I went through at the same time that I read this.

The suggestion to cut down on portion sizes irks me, because people eat to feel nourished. To me, suggesting to cut down on portion sizes is essentially suggesting that you cannot feel satiated if you want to be healthy. This book, rather than lecturing you, shows how you can adjust your diet in such a way that you can feel nourished without consuming huge portions of foods.

I really think this is the key to any diet. We all know that losing weight means burning more calories than we consume, but a good diet will actually show you how to manage your caloric intake without feeling uncomfortable. It will also provide encouragement beyond your standard scare tactics e. While this book does explain how eating an animal-based diet increases your risk of cancer, heart disease, stroke, etc. Your digestive system will be more efficient, your energy levels will be more stable, and once your body has adjusted to reduced levels of fat, sodium, etc.

It took me a while to decide what I thought of the firefighting angle of this book. Esselstyn mixes in anecdotes about his firefighting and professional athlete career with the dietary advice in this book.

It was a nice touch, because it kept the book from getting too monotonous and repetitive, but I do think some of the connections he drew were rather tenuous. The exercise plan he drew up was good; I was impressed with how successfully he put together a plan that could be tailored to anyone from a novice to an elite athlete. I do wish he had spent a little more time emphasizing the importance of exercise.

If Esselstyn could have cited some studies showing the connection between exercise and improved heart health, or the correlation between blood pressure and the amount of exercise a person gets in a week, or how exercise can improve everything from insomnia to depression, I think it would have been a great asset to his overall message of dieting not just to lose weight, but to improve your health and fitness.

There was an unfortunate dearth of information concerning HDL cholesterol. This might not be a big deal to most people, but to me it was because my overall cholesterol and LDL cholesterol are both in the healthy range, but my HDL cholesterol is low. I actually e-mailed the author asking about this.

He said that most Americans suffer from an excess of protein, and that countries which consume lower levels of protein are often healthier. I would have liked to see more of a discussion on added hormones and how this contributes to cancer in the American population.

This book did not convince me. Sep 10, Wendi rated it really liked it. Perfect for: Personal Use In a nutshell: This is a great book for anyone who needs to lose weight or lower their cholesterol. It is a pretty strict diet, eliminating dairy, processed foods and meat, but the author has provided explanations and the science behind why this diet works this helps provide encouragement.

He even says that if you don't do the entire diet, you can still use the basics to eat healthier every day. In my case, that is what I am trying to do. With two adults and a toddler Perfect for: With two adults and a toddler in the house, I really don't see a strictly vegetarian diet working for our family, but I do understand the power behind adding more plant-based foods to our diet.

Rip Esselstyn has also included some basic exercises and a whole section of recipes, with some great tips worked in. This diet has been endorsed by Lance Armstrong, as well as many medical doctors, and was tested by over 65 people when the author was first validating it.

Extended Review: The book contains three primary sections: In the first section the author has done a great job of explaining why he created the Engine 2 Diet, the science behind it, its affect on critical medical conditions like stroke and diabetes, and some basic exercises will pictures. The second section addresses the type of attitude you should have when you participate in the diet support, the ability to forgive yourself, etc , vital signs weight, cholesterol, etc , reading nutritional labels, and continuing the diet beyond the initial 28 days.

The final section is made up of sections that address how to stock your kitchen, an example menu and over pages of recipes that support the E2 Diet.

The book is straight forward, explaining the diet, how to make it work, actual recipes, and includes plenty of examples and tips. Easy to read and understand. The science behind this diet shows why it works, and what you can expect if you follow it. Anyone who has a history of medical problems in their family, or who is experiencing a medical condition such as diabetes or high cholesterol should really look closely at this diet. If you don't feel you can follow the diet to the T, at least try to make lifestyle changes to embrace more plant-based foods by incorporating some of the wonderful recipes contained in the book.

Nov 17, Kate Lawrence rated it really liked it Shelves: Esselstyn, an All-American swimmer and long-time professional triathlete, became a firefighter over ten years ago. To help his fellow firefighters reduce their life-threatening high cholesterol and overweight, he developed his Engine 2 Diet plan, based on research about plant-based diets done by his father, Dr.

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Caldwell Esselstyn, M. Colin Campbell who contributes a foreword to the book. The E2 Diet, which excludes not only all animal products but refined flours, refined sugars, and oils, achieved remarkable results in the firehouse, and subsequently received national media attention. The plan is endorsed by the likes of Lance Armstrong, who sought out the author for dietary advice. All this plus another pages of delicious and fairly simple to prepare recipes. Guys, pick this one up.

Jun 24, Deb rated it really liked it Shelves: Rip Esselstyn is a former professional triathlete, now a firefighter in Austin, Texas.

He is also the son of Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, who studied the relationship between heart disease and diet. When Rip began cooking plant-based meals at the firehouse, his fellow firefighters began to lose weight and lower their cholesterol and blood sugar. This book provides a day plan to change to a plant-based diet. It also contains recipes and success stories. The plan is fairly strict - it is a total pla Rip Esselstyn is a former professional triathlete, now a firefighter in Austin, Texas.

The plan is fairly strict - it is a total plant-based diet: It gave me a good, solid basis for beginning a plant-based diet, and I'd recommend it for anyone who wants to investigate this way of cooking and eating. It is easy to understand, and is very clear about how to proceed. There is a lot of information about this online, including some recipes, as Rip teamed up with Whole Foods in to promote healthy eating, and they will introduce the Engine 2 line of foods this year.

There are recipes on the Whole Foods website, and other sites as well. There's an interview with Rip on the site MindBodyGreen, which also has lots of helpful food-related information and recipes. Jan 19, K rated it liked it Shelves: Picked this up because it was referenced in a New Yorker profile of the CEO of Whole Foods, who apparently lives by this book but doesn't stock his stores by it. The E2 diet plan turns out to be, like Skinny Bitch , secretly a vegan diet plan, though it rarely, if ever uses the term.

Author Rip Esselstyn is Rip seriously his real name? This seems like a fine approach, as it might target the people who care noting about cow welfare but who might be interested in emulating triathletes and clear arteried firefighters kicking ass in their jobs. The writing style is high energy, as one might expect. One of the salad recipes was so enthusiastic it made me giggle; the description was someting like "this gorgeous salad is so full of colors you'll feel as if you've been jettisoned into a rainbow!

Probably not for gourmands, vegan or otherwise, but good enough for most. May 01, dara rated it liked it Shelves: I think this book would be a great start for anyone interested in losing weight. Unlike a lot of diet books, the recipes included are very short, with ingredients not too difficult to find. I didn't get a chance to try out any of the recipes because I checked this out from the library in NC and will be headed back to FL soon; however, the simplicity of the recipes was appealing.

They aren't too intimidating for new cooks or people cooking on a budget. I definitely want to try some of these recip I think this book would be a great start for anyone interested in losing weight. I definitely want to try some of these recipes in the future and incorporate them into my diet, although I don't know if I could go completely without oil in my diet on a permanent basis. Maybe long enough to lose some weight, but I'd cheat every Sunday during the buffet at Loving Hut.

It's plant-strong. On the plus side, it does discuss the negative health aspects of eating meat, eggs, and dairy--as well as refined and processed foods. Feb 22, Emmy rated it really liked it. I had been wanting to read this book since seeing the author in Forks Over Knives, but when I found out he was coming to speak nearby I picked it up and read it up to the recipes.

I've read a ton of books on a plant based life, and while I liked this book, I'd say it was a little too beginner for me. This book would be excellent for someone considering removing animal products from their life and want something simple to tell them how.

He doesn't get too involved in the science involved, just gi I had been wanting to read this book since seeing the author in Forks Over Knives, but when I found out he was coming to speak nearby I picked it up and read it up to the recipes. He doesn't get too involved in the science involved, just gives the basics on why this way of eating is good for you.

There are some pictures of basic exercises if you're new to that, and half the book is recipes that look really good and really simple. Easy to read, with some stories from his years as a triathlete and firefighter mixed in.

I think this information is good coming from a man who's been both of those things because it lends credibility to the fact that you can be a high performing individual physically without animal products in your diet.

Apr 10, Sandra rated it really liked it. I guess you might say this is a book that proves that veganism really is for "people just like you and me.

Rip, whose father--Dr. Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr. This book, E2D, is direct, easy-to-read, I guess you might say this is a book that proves that veganism really is for "people just like you and me. This book, E2D, is direct, easy-to-read, and chocked full of information. His review of the literature on the health benefits of a plant-based diet is streamlined, yet complete and convincing. His tips on grocery shopping and reading labels are as good or better than any I've read elsewhere.

And his recipes are easy, doable, and include reasonable, easy to find ingredients. This is an excellent book for anyone who is leaning toward veganism or a mostly plant-based diet.

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Diane Setterfield. This diet has been endorsed by Lance Armstrong, as well as many medical doctors, and was tested by over 65 people when the author was first validating it. No trivia or quizzes yet. This book, E2D, is direct, easy-to-read, and chocked full of information. His plant-powered eating plan is based on a diet of whole foods, including whole grains, fresh fruits, vegetables, legumes, nuts, and seeds. I feel good just reading it.

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