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It Starts with Food

Discover the Whole30 and Change Your Life in Unexpected Ways
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It Starts With Food outlines a clear, balanced, sustainable plan to change the way you eat forever-and transform your life in profound and unexpected ways. Your success story begins with the Whole30®, Dallas and Melissa Hartwig's powerful 30-day nutritional reset.

Since 2009, their underground Whole30 program has quietly led tens of thousands of people to weight loss, enhanced quality of life, and a healthier relationship with food-accompanied by stunning improvements in sleep, energy levels, mood, and self-esteem. More significant, many people have reported the "magical" elimination of a variety of symptoms, diseases, and conditions in just 30 days.

Now, Dallas and Melissa detail not just the "how" of the Whole30, but also the "why," summarizing the science in a simple, accessible manner. It Starts With Food reveals how specific foods may be having negative effects on how you look, feel, and live-in ways that you'd never associate with your diet. More important, they outline their lifelong strategy for eating Good Food in one clear and detailed action plan designed to help you create a healthy metabolism, heal your digestive tract, calm systemic inflammation, and put an end to unhealthy cravings, habits, and relationships with food.

Infused with the Hartwigs' signature wit, tough love, and common sense, It Starts With Food is based on the latest scientific research and real-life experience, and includes testimonials, a detailed shopping guide, a meal-planning template, a Meal Map with creative, delicious recipes, and much more.

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©2012 Dallas Hartwig and Melissa Hartwig (P)2014 Victory Belt Audio

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  • Shaina
  • 26/03/2015

Super informative and easy to digest!

I wasn't sure how well an audio version of this book would work because sometimes I start tuning out during the more science-y bits of health books and have to re-read them. The Hartwigs did such a great job of giving you enough info so you know the why while still keeping you interested with analogies and entertaining bits.

I also love that the book isn't super long and is broken up into smallish chapters. This way I can go back and listen to key parts without having to listen to a bunch of stuff that doesn't pertain to a specific question that I might have.

I am definitely going to be recommending this one to friends and family!!

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  • Maria
  • 24/11/2014

I loved it! Now I know what all the hype is about

I just finished listening to it -- the Hartwigs did a great job! I'm a VERY AVID audiobook listener, and I honestly had no knowledge beforehand of the Whole 30 plan or this book. I had seen it mentioned on Facebook a few times with a lot of enthusiasm, and I'm already a fan of pseudo-Paleo eating, so I decided to download this and see what the hype was about. I wasn't able to tell that they didn't use professional narrators. In fact, Melissa sounded better than some paid professional narrators I've listened over the years. (Dallas isn't so bad, either! Every now and then I'd think about which person I liked hearing best, and I never could decide.) The only thing that did get super annoying right from the get go was the little Disney-ish magic wand sound that interrupted each section. It reminded me of Nickelodeon as a kid and took away from the authoritative tone of the book. But it's not so annoying that it would dissuade someone from listening. I downloaded my accompanying PDF just fine, and it was a terrific experience. I pretty much listened straight through.

As for the book and plan itself, it made perfect sense. If any of you have listened to or read Dr. Mark Hyman's "10 Day Detox," it's nearly identical in theory and practice, only the Hartwigs have you going for 30 days vs. 10. I read and did the 10 day detox, but I honestly don't believe it was long enough to really determine or establish any particular allergens or irritants in my diet. It got me to lose a few pounds back in the spring, but then I kinda forgot all about it. I'm hoping/expecting this plan to teach me more about what I want to add into my diet. They kind of gloss over the reintroduction part -- too much IMHO. I think I'm going to take my time and reintroduce at my own pace with smaller portions and longer phases.

All in all, the authors delivered their book in an enjoyable, easy-to-understand way that's even a bit entertaining. I loved the bits where they gave it to the readers straight -- it made me laugh, but I was also nodding my head thinking, "Yeah. They're right!" I'm one of those fortunate people who have no real ailments, aches, pains, diseases or chronic issues. (Very blessed!) But I do have metabolic damage from yo-yo dieting, starvation diets and super-low carb eating. I want to find a sustainable, healthy food lifestyle that totally eliminates anything that might affect my sluggish metabolism while still eating plenty of calories, starches/fats/protein. This is the perfect way jump start the process and figure out what I do (and what I don't) want in my long-term way of eating. I highly recommend!

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  • Catherine
  • 23/08/2016

Wow, this is a life changing book!

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I have had digestion issues for the past 5 yeas, bloating, fatigue, brain fog, stomach pain, joint soreness and overall feeling unwell. After countless medical tests, even biopsied to find out if I was celiac ... doctor concluded I must be gluten sensitive. I went completely gluten, corn, diary free and though my symptoms weren't as severe, they were still there. To say I was frustrated, would be a huge understatement. Nothing seemed to help.

Even before I finished reading this book I started a total grain free diet, dairy, sugar , ect... way of eating ,... and after about 5 days every symptom disappeared! It is mind blowing how simply changing the way I ate had such a dramatic impact. I guess I had been feeling so sick for so long that I had forgotten what it truly felt like to have energy and feel well.

I am about a month and half into this new lifestyle change and I can't imagine every introducing those items back into my diet. I had some rice with a meal and then followed by cake 3 weeks into this new way of eating, and the resulting ill feeling was an eye opener and reminded me of how I'd felt like for years.

Thank you to the authors for putting together such an amazing book, in a very simple to follow way. I have read countless books on nutrition and diet, this by far is the best one! Total life changer for me!

Thank you, thank you, thank you!

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  • StephAZ
  • 29/11/2014

Better than hardcopy!

What did you love best about It Starts with Food?

This book has been life changing for me. I spent 2 years going to doctors to figure out what was wrong with me. It doesn't even take a whole 30 to feel and understand your body's reaction to food. I wanted them to be wrong, I wanted to be ok with dairy and wheat but my body says otherwise. Highly recommend getting on their website mailing list for both whole 9, whole 30, recipes and Facebook. When I first ordered it I had to read it in ebook form. Because the are some medical terms that are very important to follow I found that listening was easier to do. I was able to rewind and re-listen. I am very impressed how well Melissa and Dallas narrate. This book was done nicely. Only negative is the little ching between chapters....irritating.

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  • erinaa1088
  • 19/01/2015

Great

I found this book so much easier to get through in audiobook format (I found myself falling asleep often when trying to read the book). The concepts are well explained and easy to understand. Only thing I would change is the narrators, I wish they had hired a professional rather than doing it themselves.

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  • Miss Karisa Saywers
  • 10/04/2015

Worth the listen

What made the experience of listening to It Starts with Food the most enjoyable?

I chose to listen to this book, not to lose weight, but to adjust my lifestyle and eating habits. To be as healthy as I can possibly be. The information was intriguing, and there are some good tips. The mantra "Change the food on your plate" will stick with me forever. The Hartwigs make excellent cases for eliminating certain foods.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Melissa Hartwig and Dallas Hartwig ?

Literally anyone else. The narration style was boring and felt like they were reading. The most pleasurable books to listen take a more conversational tone rather than scripted tone.Also, the pronunciation of "legume" rubbed my ears the wrong way. I don't know what it was, but it was grating. You will know it when you hear it. The weird chime sound between sections is also less than pleasant.

Any additional comments?

The tone of the book was a little condescending. Using lines like, "What are you, 12?" in references to behaviors with food was irritating. There were several "zingers" like that in the book, which put me off. I do not need an informational book to treat me with kid gloves, but rhetorical insults aren't going to make me an ambassador of your book. The testimonials also SEEMED wildly exaggerated. They may be true, but it the majority just sounded incredibly puffed up.

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  • Sarah A. Brewer
  • 01/11/2018

Not a child

My major gripe with the Hartwigs is that they write to you as if you are a child. I stopped listening to this book after they answered the question "but what if I don't like vegetables" with "we don't care. When you become an adult sometimes we have to do things we don't like and that includes eating vegetables". The way that it was narrated also sounded extremely condescending. In another book they wrote, they stated that "drinking your coffee black for 30 days [was]. not. hard." after comparing it with battling cancer. I'm here to tell you that as a person who has done several whole30s and eats a mostly paleo type diet, whole30 is hard. It's worth it, but breaking a sugar addiction is hard (studies show that sugar is 8 times more addictive than cocaine!)! I get the concept of tough love, but I'm not your kid.

The other thing is that they reference the science when it benefits their agenda, but seemingly ignore it when it doesn't, which is pretty frustrating to me. I am glad that they are at least basing their diet on science, but it seems that if they're going to do that then it should be even across the board.

Other than that, I do advocate the diet as a health coach and I think that they have a great product. I just don't like their books.

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  • Gerald F.
  • 26/01/2018

Learned A Lot

This book is a wealth of information. For many years I’ve struggled to understand what & why foods were right or wrong and always found contradictory information. I finally understand and it’s easy to remember in the way that it’s described in the program.

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  • Jennifer
  • 30/12/2015

Common sense approach to clean eating

I just listened to It Starts with Food for the second time in six months in preparation for my second Whole 30. In my first go round, I lost 15 lbs, people told me my skin looked brighter and I had more energy. It seems crazy that I let myself backslide, but the book prepared me for such an eventuality. I didn't let myself go too far amuck, and I'm revisiting the program. It really is so simple, but with incredible potential to change your life for the better. I highly recommend getting the hard copy book as a reference in addition to the audiobook. There is a lot of information I like to check as I move through the 30 days, and the actual book is more conducive to that.

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  • Cynthia
  • 20/04/2016

extremely helpful

having purchased both the book and audio format, having the information relayed verbally re-enforces the information I have already read. The authors encourage, inform and basically make a drastic change in life not only easier, but understood as to why. I encourage everyone to read this book, whether they are ready for a life changing process in mind or not.
"It is not hard."

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