Perfect Weight America
Questions and Answers
Perfect Weight America Questions and Answers
What is different about a Perfect Weight America Diet?
Jordan Rubin has designed not just a diet but a holistic system to improve your health. Achieving your perfect weight will take more than just not eating. The Perfect Weight America program includes mental, emotional, exercise, life style change and dietary features.
What is the first step towards achieving my Perfect Weight?
The first step is a to do a ten day Perfect Cleanse. This includes a restricted diet, lots of water and a very gentle cleansing agent.
Do I really need to use Perfect Cleanse?
Our bodies build up toxins from the air we breath, the water (or pop) we drink, and the food (junk food especially) that we eat. Your perfect weight needs to be more than a number. It should be an improvement in your overall health. Perfect Cleanse will help you remove those toxins from your body that are making you sick.
So what do I eat on a Perfect Weight America Diet?
A nutritious whole food diet that focuses on natural and organic foods that you should be able to find at your grocery store. More vegetables and fruit than you are probably used to eating. About the same amount of meat, but of specific types. A lot fewer starches, such as white flour and vegetable starches like potatos.
What am I NOT supposed to eat?
Jordan suggests staying away from, shell fish, alcoholic beverages, junk food, pastries, and most of the things that you already know you should not eat. He does not take away all fats or fun. Olive oil and butter should be organic and used in moderation. Your sweetener should be organic honey or rapadura and fresh fruit for dessert is encouraged.
How many calories can I have a day?
The Russian study done with fucoxanthin was with a 1,800 calorie diet. In this sixteen week study the average weight loss was 14.5 pounds.
Do I count carbs or fat or what?
The focus is on eating the healthy foods suggested in reasonable quantities. Jordan Rubin explains the whys and why nots of the diet, but its not required to do any counting.
Is there a magic pill to lose weight on the Perfect Weight America Diet?
Maybe not magic, but taking FucoThin (fucoxanthin) is like charging your fat-burning batteries, supporting the metabolism, or breakdown, of belly fat of white adipose tissue.
How much FucoThin do I need to take a day?
- Take 3 capsules a day for a 18.2% metabolic rate increase in 6 weeks.
- Take 10 capsules a day for a 24% meatabolic rate increase in 2 to 3 weeks.
So how many bottles of FucoThin do I need for a month?
- 1 bottle of 90 capsules for a 18.2% metabolic rate increase in 6 weeks.
- 3 bottles of 90 capsules for a 24% meatabolic rate increase in 2 to 3 weeks.
What other supplements or vitamins do I need to take?
Other important supplements that Jordan Rubin has explained in his other books are:
These are not mentioned in this book, but have been in all of his previous writings.
So if FucoThin is not a magic pill, I suppose I will have to exercise too?
Exercise should always be one of the foundational changes you make to improve your health. This book outlines some simple things you can do to get that exercise.
How do I figure out what to eat? Are there menus?
After you discover what your nutrition type is, Perfect Weight America spells out a whole menu plan for your 16 week diet.
Where do I get recipes for those foods?
Garden of Life has been blessed with chefs who have seen their products make a difference in their lives. These chefs have created simple recipes that were effective in changing their lives and can work for you to.
Where do I get the special foods talked about in the Perfect Weight America Book?
Health Food Emporium carries all of the Garden of Life products mentioned in Perfect Weight America. These include products he refers to generically like "Goat´s Milk Protein Powder".
See Health Food Emporium´s page for Perfect Weight America Supplements.
† Statements on this website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease, but rather are dietary supplements intended solely for nutritional use.