23 April 2015

..::Book Review::.. The Master Cleanse Made Easy & Going Veggie

My Review of The Master Cleanse Made Easy (by Robin Westen) & Going Veggie (by Trudy Slabosz)

What are these books about exactly?

     From the website. . .

The Master Cleanse Made Easy (by Robin Westen)
"Does forgoing solid foods for up to ten days scare you away from detoxing? Don’t let it! With the helpful strategies in this book, you’re sure to succeed on the cleanse—losing weight, resetting your system, feeling great and jumpstarting a healthy lifestyle.

Guiding you step by step through the cleanse, the author shows how easy it is to: 
•Boost energy
•Power through hunger
•Maintain mental clarity
•Keep a positive attitude 

Maximizing the cleanse’s effective ness while minimizing any hardships, The Master Cleanse Made Easy delivers the practical information and understandable approach you’ve been waiting for to conquer the cleanse and renew your health."

Going Veggie (by Trudy Slabosz)
Becoming a vegetarian is not about giving up meat, it’s about adopting a healthy, cruelty-free lifestyle that will inspire and satisfy you. With Going Veggie, your transition is guaranteed to be easy and painless thanks to the book’s step-by-step plan, including: 

•30-day program to wean you off a meat diet
•Recipes for delicious, nutrient-packed meals
•Tricks for acquiring essential proteins using plant-based options
•Advice on navigating tough spots, cravings and backsliding
•Tips on how to deal with group dinners and ordering at restaurants

Going Veggie puts the fun, adventure and motivation into your path to vegetarianism."


I was sent The Master Cleanse Made Easy & Going Veggie from Ulysses Press to review. 

The Master Cleanse Made Easy costs $11.21 for the paperback ($9.99 Kindle).  Going Veggie  costs $12.91 for the paperback ($9.99 Kindle).  Shipping is free with Amazon Prime.

Packaging & Presentation of The Master Cleanse Made Easy (by Robin Westen) & Going Veggie (by Trudy Slabosz)

Both of these books arrived to me in perfect condition.  There were no rips, tears, nor bends. Both books are soft cover, and have very colorful and appealing covers.  The Master Cleanse Made Easy measures 8.0" x 5.0" x 0.50".  Going Veggie measures 9.0" x 6.0" x 0.25".  

Both of these books have 'About the Author' sections in the back.  I love this part, it makes me feel like I have a better connection with the material.

My Personal Experience with The Master Cleanse Made Easy (by Robin Westen) & Going Veggie (by Trudy Slabosz)

Usually when I review a book from Ulysses Press, I go for the cookbooks.  What can I say-- I love to cook and bake!  This time it's a little bit different.  I chose two books that I feel really complement one another.  I've been a vegetarian (a true vegetarian) for about a year now.  There is a lot more than just 'cutting out the meat'.  It's about eating healthier, more colorfully, and feeling good from the foods you eat.  It's not a diet, it's a way of life.

You and I both know that there is always room for improvement.  There's nothing like hitting the 'refresh' button on your body about once per year.  That's why I love The Master Cleanse Made Easy.  This book completely highlights the advantages, and breaks down the entire cleanse into detail.  There are recipes, quizzes, and motivational material throughout.  This is not a cleanse that should be used often, but once a year will help detox your body.

I think after this cleanse, it would be easy to slide right into the Going Veggie book.  This book is 'The 30-Day Guide to Becoming a Healthy Vegetarian'.  I love this book.  It's extremely informative, and the pictures are motivation all in themselves.  The author personalizes the book, and really introduces a plan that anybody can follow.  The back of the book offers some delicious recipes that coincide with the meal plans within.

Pros of The Master Cleanse Made Easy (by Robin Westen) & Going Veggie (by Trudy Slabosz)

  • These books provide the base for healthier eating and a detoxed body.
  • Step-by-step process.
  • Each book is descriptive and highly detailed.
  • The recipes in each book are amazing.
      Cons of The Master Cleanse Made Easy (by Robin Westen) & Going Veggie (by Trudy Slabosz)

      • I haven't found any cons of these books.

            If you are even the slightest bit interested in switching up your diet, you should start here.  Both of these books will allow you to create a new outlook on your daily food intake.  Take your time, start slow (don't jump right in), and relish each moment as you feel like a new person.

            Are you wanting to read The Master Cleanse Made Easy (by Robin Westen) & Going Veggie (by Trudy Slabosz), too?  Click the link below, and order away!  

            Click here to order The Master Cleanse Made Easy

            Click here to order Going Veggie

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            DISCLAIMER:  I received the product mentioned above complimentary for review and testing purposes. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.  All opinions stated above are solely mine, and have not been influenced in any way.  I am disclosing this information in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

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