Tiny and Full

Tiny and Full

Discover Why Only Eating A Vegan Breakfast Will Keep You Tiny and Full for Life

Book - 2015
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"Total health, natural weight loss, increased all-day energy. your breakfast holds the power! The vegan diet is more popular than ever, and people all over the world are touting its healthful benefits-longevity, energy, and even weight loss. For most of us, though, it's a lifestyle change just too hard to maintain. More important, it's missing crucial nutrients for optimal wellness, such as vitamins A, D, K2, and B12. With Tiny and Full, you only have to wake up vegan to see the results of a plant-based diet. You'll discover that eating vegan at just one meal--breakfast--is better for you than if you ate vegan all day long. By including yummy foods with animal protein, such as Greek yogurt, white fish, chicken, and so much more, in your lunch and dinner, you will get a complete, balanced diet that leaves you satisfied on the least amount of calories necessary and gives you a tiny waist in only 12 weeks! Tiny and Full gives you a straightforward meal plan and an energetic fitness program, plus 50 fun and delicious recipes-from a Tropical Mango Blast and Berry Blaster Bowl to Gorgonzola Pear Pizza and even Chocolate Avocado Mousse Cupcakes. This book provides all the guidelines you need to transform your body and improve your life-starting now!"--
Published: Dallas, TX :, BenBella Books,, [2015]
Copyright Date: ©2015.
ISBN: 9781942952480
Branch Call Number: 613.25 CRU
Characteristics: xiii, 303 pages :,color illustrations ;,24 cm


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Oct 09, 2017

I wish I could give this book negative stars. I got to the point where he was discussing measurements that men prefer women to be and how his diet will help you be the most attractive and wanted to burn it. I don't eat vegan to look good for some jerk I don't know. Its about the ethics (and food allergies). Do not waste your time on this garbage. There are plenty of other books by good authors on this subject.

Dec 17, 2016

Wanted to try this vegan like diet because it was featured in a recent Nov 2016 Woman's World issue about losing 12lbs a week. So far I've been following this diet plan for about 2 weeks now and I can truly say I've lost some weight. Maybe not 12lbs a week but some lbs. The meals recipes are truly easy to make and taste really great. I haven't followed the exercise plan provided so I know if I implement this with the diet plan I probably lose more lbs. It's a healthy lifestyle change I truly needed.

Jul 29, 2016

The author suggests that a man between 150 and 199 lbs should eat 1600 calories a day, but does not take into account the person's level of activity. Highly active males should eat closer to 2500-3000 calories a day. Not recommended.

Mar 19, 2016

Groundbreaking, revolutionary...calories count, to lose weight you need to consume fewer calories....add the goofy hook of vegan breakfast and Jorge has another over-hyped book with page after page of the same meal plan...this time 8 full weeks. Followed by 16 pages of waif-like millenials who have "final lost that last 3 stubborn pounds!!!!" Admitting that he "was wrong" in all of his former books and now science is on his side. Guess that means all those earlier books don't belong on library shelves any longer. The weight loss program promoted in this book is simply common sense that could be condensed to a 4 page booklet: Page 1: Eat Less
Page 2: Don't eat candy
Page 3: Picture of Celery
Page 4: Profit & Loss statement of Jorge's previous 10 books which he now knows were WRONG!

Don't waste your time... Take a walk instead

Jan 26, 2016

The book was a disappointment. "Let's be vegan at breakfast because it's so healthy but not be vegan through the rest of the day because it's unhealthy." Boo, what message does this give to the ethical vegan? Cruise is just out to make money, is certainly not an expert, and just rides the winds of the ever-changing diet world to feed his pockets from the hard earned dollar of the desperate to lose. He also says his previous thoughts on diet were incorrect and blames it on someone else. So many other wonderful books out there. Skip this.


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