The Maker's Diet Analysis

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The Maker's Diet
The Maker’s Diet is unique because it's based strongly on biblical principles that focus on a wholesome approach to eating, dieting, and health.

Jordan Rubin, author of The Maker’s Diet, claims that the answer to achieving optimal health lies in “historic human nutrition.” After a nearly fatal experience with numerous digestive disorders, he has created a 40-day diet and lifestyle program based on whole foods in their natural state. Rubin has two criteria for “acceptable food”:

1. It must have been created by God.
2. It must still be in the form that God created it.

Today, we are used to eating foods that are so highly processed, the truth is much of the life-giving nutrients are removed from the food that we eat. The

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