Am höchsten bewertete kritische Rezension
Very incomplete and hard to follow
am 19. November 1998
While I cannot comment on the diet itself, the book leaves much to be desired with respect to how it is presented. It is incomplete. Such an example is that there is no listing for the grams of carbohydrates in pasta, which is one of the most widely celebrated carbohydrate foods. Yet there is a listing of the carbohydrates in Dandelions. It is hard to really get to an understanding of what the no no's are...just a few examples. The charts and diagrams are not presented in a clear way, and speak more of the philosophy of the diet, rather than the instruction on how to run it. It also failed to address the common person. There are many exotic foods listed; but not even a mention of whether a glass of wine is acceptable and if so, under what terms. I'm sure that the diet has good merit, but somebody else should have written it.