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The companion cookbook to Dr. Hyman's revolutionary Eat Fat, Get Thin, with more than 175 delicious, nutritious, heart- and waist-friendly recipes. Dr. Hyman's Eat Fat, Get Thin radically changed the way we view dietary fat, and proved that the key to losing weight and keeping it off is to eat ample amounts of good fats. Now, Dr. Hyman shares more than 175 mouthwatering rec The companion cookbook to Dr. Hyman's revolutionary Eat Fat, Get Thin, with more than 175 delicious, nutritious, heart- and waist-friendly recipes. Dr. Hyman's Eat Fat, Get Thin radically changed the way we view dietary fat, and proved that the key to losing weight and keeping it off is to eat ample amounts of good fats. Now, Dr. Hyman shares more than 175 mouthwatering recipes to help you incorporate these good fats into your diet and continue on your path to wellness. With easy-to-prepare recipes for every meal--featuring nuts, coconut oil, avocados, and lots of other superfoods you thought were "off limits"--you can achieve fast and sustained weight loss. Your health is a life-long journey, and THE EAT FAT, GET THIN COOKBOOK helps make that journey both do-able and delicious.


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The companion cookbook to Dr. Hyman's revolutionary Eat Fat, Get Thin, with more than 175 delicious, nutritious, heart- and waist-friendly recipes. Dr. Hyman's Eat Fat, Get Thin radically changed the way we view dietary fat, and proved that the key to losing weight and keeping it off is to eat ample amounts of good fats. Now, Dr. Hyman shares more than 175 mouthwatering rec The companion cookbook to Dr. Hyman's revolutionary Eat Fat, Get Thin, with more than 175 delicious, nutritious, heart- and waist-friendly recipes. Dr. Hyman's Eat Fat, Get Thin radically changed the way we view dietary fat, and proved that the key to losing weight and keeping it off is to eat ample amounts of good fats. Now, Dr. Hyman shares more than 175 mouthwatering recipes to help you incorporate these good fats into your diet and continue on your path to wellness. With easy-to-prepare recipes for every meal--featuring nuts, coconut oil, avocados, and lots of other superfoods you thought were "off limits"--you can achieve fast and sustained weight loss. Your health is a life-long journey, and THE EAT FAT, GET THIN COOKBOOK helps make that journey both do-able and delicious.

30 review for The Eat Fat, Get Thin Cookbook: More Than 175 Delicious Recipes for Sustained Weight Loss and Vibrant Health

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kirsti

    This should really be called the Eat Fat, Give Up Dairy and Sugar and Flour, Take a Ton of Supplements, Get Thin Cookbook. I'll try one or two of the recipes, but this approach is too extreme and time-consuming for me right now. This should really be called the Eat Fat, Give Up Dairy and Sugar and Flour, Take a Ton of Supplements, Get Thin Cookbook. I'll try one or two of the recipes, but this approach is too extreme and time-consuming for me right now.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    I was pleased with the recipes I tried. Personally, I am an advocate for real, nutrition-rich food, so extra time in the kitchen preparing from scratch is a given for me. Some of these recipes do call for more specialized ingredients, but since those are usually not in my budget, I do without or sometimes make substitutions. I have still been pleased with the results. This author labels his preferred food as pegan which is an adaptation of paleo and vegan diets. It seems healthy, and I just modi I was pleased with the recipes I tried. Personally, I am an advocate for real, nutrition-rich food, so extra time in the kitchen preparing from scratch is a given for me. Some of these recipes do call for more specialized ingredients, but since those are usually not in my budget, I do without or sometimes make substitutions. I have still been pleased with the results. This author labels his preferred food as pegan which is an adaptation of paleo and vegan diets. It seems healthy, and I just modified the recipes to fit our shopping budget.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Carol Bakker

    When someone loses significant weight, the thing I want to know is: what, exactly, do you eat? I enjoyed Dr. Hyman's book Eat Fat, Get Thin; since my library had it, I read the corresponding cookbook. I was particularly interested because one distinctive of his diet is that it's both grain and dairy free (excepting ghee, which is clarified butter). I love high-fat dairy, but does it love me? What I found is about as different as could be from the cream-of-mushroom-soup casseroles found in my fir When someone loses significant weight, the thing I want to know is: what, exactly, do you eat? I enjoyed Dr. Hyman's book Eat Fat, Get Thin; since my library had it, I read the corresponding cookbook. I was particularly interested because one distinctive of his diet is that it's both grain and dairy free (excepting ghee, which is clarified butter). I love high-fat dairy, but does it love me? What I found is about as different as could be from the cream-of-mushroom-soup casseroles found in my first Betty Crocker cookbook. These recipes call for miso, tempeh, ginger, turmeric, cardamom (yum!), kelp, tamari, fennel, kimchi, teff, za'atar, sambal, dulse, and many other tastes. Many unusual combinations. Lots of fresh herbs, a plus because I have an herb garden. I was reminded (again!) to incorporate nutritional yeast into my eating for its source of B12 and cheesy flavor, minus the cheese. My friends sprinkle it on popcorn. I miss popcorn. Hyman is big on supplements. I'm more of a minimalist (besides I'm a bit pill adverse) with a dollop of skepticism. I'm putting a reminder in my calendar to check this cookbook out again in six months. I'm pretty sure I could enjoy several of the recipes. Best quote? Joy makes food taste better. Second best quote is actually from Rick Warren: Every body needs a buddy. Getting healthy is a team sport.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Cosette

    This is a very specific diet for a very specific dieter. It is a very well organized diet with a weekly shopping list and a menu plan provided. I recommend this diet to anyone who wants to try completely new foods they've never tried before. This is a very specific diet for a very specific dieter. It is a very well organized diet with a weekly shopping list and a menu plan provided. I recommend this diet to anyone who wants to try completely new foods they've never tried before.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Flora

    I approach this cookbook as someone who is on a low carb diet and can confirm that you can indeed lose weight on a high fat low carb diet. No other diet ever worked for me. It also led to some health benefits such as stable blood sugar levels. No more metformin! I find many of the recipes very interesting. I especially like the international flavors such as the Slow-cooked Chicken with Thai flavors recipe and the Grilled Chicken breasts with Sambal (yay Malaysian!) Some of the recipes are too high I approach this cookbook as someone who is on a low carb diet and can confirm that you can indeed lose weight on a high fat low carb diet. No other diet ever worked for me. It also led to some health benefits such as stable blood sugar levels. No more metformin! I find many of the recipes very interesting. I especially like the international flavors such as the Slow-cooked Chicken with Thai flavors recipe and the Grilled Chicken breasts with Sambal (yay Malaysian!) Some of the recipes are too high carb and I feel that these can easily halt some people's weight loss. A dish with over 100g carbs is no longer considered low-carb. Whatever the case, anything lower carb is still better than the carby junk that is making everybody fat. Thank you Netgalley and Little, Brown for the ecopy. This is my honest opinion, and I'm sorry it took so long!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    I was a bit skeptical about the premise of Eat Fat Get Thin cookbook but I have been seeing that eating so many carbs, little fat or protein was expanding my waist line. Even though I knew that it was important to change my diet I didn't until I was diagnosed as pre-diabetic. I slowly made changes in my eating and then found Eat Thin, Get Fat. This cookbook has to be one of the easiest, tastiest cookbooks.I have found on my journey to eat differently. I am not the best of cooks but each recipe I I was a bit skeptical about the premise of Eat Fat Get Thin cookbook but I have been seeing that eating so many carbs, little fat or protein was expanding my waist line. Even though I knew that it was important to change my diet I didn't until I was diagnosed as pre-diabetic. I slowly made changes in my eating and then found Eat Thin, Get Fat. This cookbook has to be one of the easiest, tastiest cookbooks.I have found on my journey to eat differently. I am not the best of cooks but each recipe I made was delicious. I first cooked the Tamari and Orange-Marinated Cod with Bok Choy. Its ingredients are simple. You don’t have to go to specialty stores to find them. In such a short time I made a dish that everyone in my family loved. It plated beautifully. I will be making it again and again. I wanted to try a dish that had more challenge to it. I cooked Slow-Cooked Chicken with Thai flavor. I had never cooked a whole chicken or used coconut milk. Again, tasty, a little dry in places, (which I have found in other dished where I use the slow cooker and white meat) but overall it’s Thai flavors infused the throughout the chicken and my family enjoyed it. One downside is that there are too few pictures in the book and also though I am able to find most of the ingredients (live in a big city) I cannot imagine how someone who lives in a small, city, or in a rural area would have access to many of the ingredients needed. Overall, it is a keeper for me and I plan on using it quite often. Thank you to Netgalley for allowing me to review this book for an honest review.

  7. 4 out of 5

    2Life.Rocks™

    For the most part, it's very informative. However, I am familiar on most of what is already in the book from reading many health and medical books over the years. Great resource for those wanting more information on sugar (especially if you are diabetic) and good and bad fats, i.e., which fats are best to avoid and which are beneficial (especially if you suffer from hypertension). For the most part, it's very informative. However, I am familiar on most of what is already in the book from reading many health and medical books over the years. Great resource for those wanting more information on sugar (especially if you are diabetic) and good and bad fats, i.e., which fats are best to avoid and which are beneficial (especially if you suffer from hypertension).

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer James

    Dr. Hyman lays out a compelling argument for increasing fats and decreasing processed foods and carbohydrates. He put together what looks like an easy to follow meal plan and delicious looking recipes. I'm going to give it a try and see what happens! Dr. Hyman lays out a compelling argument for increasing fats and decreasing processed foods and carbohydrates. He put together what looks like an easy to follow meal plan and delicious looking recipes. I'm going to give it a try and see what happens!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca Shaughnessy Fallon

    Yummy recipes that are dairy and gluten-free! Lots of plants plus healthy proteins. Focus on food quality that will promote a healthy blood sugar and weight.

  10. 4 out of 5

    CatJuggler

    Some interesting soups and smoothie recipes.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Lara

    This cookbook begins with a description of the diet plan Hyman recommends, which incorporates Paleo, Bullet-proof, and high fiber diets. It includes tips on how to shop, eat out, travel, etc. The bulk of the book is recipes, beginning with smoothies and then including a variety of dishes, ending with a 7-day plan to follow. The book has a couple of illustrations, but no photos of the finished recipes. I made two recipes. One was the Banana, Raspberry, Coconut Smoothie, which was mild and deliciou This cookbook begins with a description of the diet plan Hyman recommends, which incorporates Paleo, Bullet-proof, and high fiber diets. It includes tips on how to shop, eat out, travel, etc. The bulk of the book is recipes, beginning with smoothies and then including a variety of dishes, ending with a 7-day plan to follow. The book has a couple of illustrations, but no photos of the finished recipes. I made two recipes. One was the Banana, Raspberry, Coconut Smoothie, which was mild and delicious. It had a lot of flavor, and was not very sweet. The other recipe I made was the Walnut pancakes with Blueberries which surprised me by not being sweet at all. However, the addition of fresh blueberries really complemented the pancakes very well. Many of the recipes in this book require special ingredients that are not readily available in a local supermarket. Some special kitchen equipment is also required for certain recipes, such as a high speed blender for the smoothies. This is definitely a cookbook for people looking to follow this specialized diet, not for someone wishing to more casually try a few recipes since there are so many uncommon ingredients. I received a digital copy free for review. My comments are solely my own.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Connie

    After hearing Mark Hyman talk about this new cookbook on the Dr. Oz show, I was excited that I had the opportunity to look at a preview copy from Netgalley. (Thank you Netgalley and Little, Brown and Company). Dr. Hyman took me through all the latest information about the health benefits of fat. At times, keeping up with what is considered good these days almost seems like a full-time job, so it’s nice when someone pulls everything together. He gives recommendations for what should definitely be After hearing Mark Hyman talk about this new cookbook on the Dr. Oz show, I was excited that I had the opportunity to look at a preview copy from Netgalley. (Thank you Netgalley and Little, Brown and Company). Dr. Hyman took me through all the latest information about the health benefits of fat. At times, keeping up with what is considered good these days almost seems like a full-time job, so it’s nice when someone pulls everything together. He gives recommendations for what should definitely be tossed from the fridge and pantry, and what we can keep. Then he adds in new products, some I have not heard of, and lets the us know how to put it all together. The plan is for 21 days. After that, some things can be added back in. This part seems to me like a typical jump-start to most diets. And if you have given up things like butter in the past—let me tell you—you will be drooling when you see some of the recipes. There are sections for smoothies, eggs and breakfasts, salads, soups, vegetables, seafood, poultry, beef and lamb, bread and deserts, condiments, sauces and seasonings. Here is a small sampling of recipes. I’m sure many of them will be familiar to you: mixed berry coconut smoothie; omega-3 green smoothie; peachy green smoothie; chocolate raspberry smoothie; slow fried eggs with onions and basil; poached eggs with hollandaise; Italian breakfast scramble; spicy egg scramble with tomato and avocado; garlicky beef and spinach frittata; Southwestern tofu scramble walnut pancakes with blueberries; guacamole; deviled eggs; herb-roasted almonds; veggie bone broth; summer bounty vegetable stew; hearty lentil and mushroom soup; braised collard greens; garlic steamed broccoli rabe; cauliflower rice with scallions; lemon-baked sole with stewed summer squash; shrimp scampi; shredded chicken; chicken cacciatore; turkey burgers with peppers and onions; spaghetti and meatballs with tomato sauce; meatloaf with Italian seasonings; pot roast; shepherds pie; Caribbean lamb stew; spiced sweet potato quick bead; chocolate-pistachio fudge; chocolate truffles; ghee; mayonnaise; green olive tapenade and chimichurri.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Shelley

    ARC generously provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review. I have read several of Mark Hyman's "diet" books so I was excited to pick up his newest one. However I have to say that I don't think this is a diet I will be following. I have no doubt it is extremely healthy and you would absolutely lose weight following it but knowing myself as I do it is just much to restricting for me to follow. I have to have something that is more of a lifestyle and even though this plan is def. a lifest ARC generously provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review. I have read several of Mark Hyman's "diet" books so I was excited to pick up his newest one. However I have to say that I don't think this is a diet I will be following. I have no doubt it is extremely healthy and you would absolutely lose weight following it but knowing myself as I do it is just much to restricting for me to follow. I have to have something that is more of a lifestyle and even though this plan is def. a lifestyle choice it is not one I could follow without feeling deprived. However if you have more willpower then I do I suggest you give it a read, to me it is very similar in principle to a whole 30 type of living.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sergio Ferreira

    Same old Definitely prefer the "WTF should I eat" .. This book looks like a summary from that one with more recipes.. Same old Definitely prefer the "WTF should I eat" .. This book looks like a summary from that one with more recipes..

  15. 5 out of 5

    Graeme Cogger

    Really informative Really informative and practical. Written in a very user friendly way.Well worth the read and not at all faddy. There is plenty of science behind his writing.

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    Kaitlin

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    Lisa Lockwood

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  21. 5 out of 5

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  24. 5 out of 5

    Richard Rayner

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  26. 4 out of 5

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  27. 5 out of 5

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  28. 5 out of 5

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    Anne

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