The Maker’s Diet Program is very interesting. Dr. Jordan S. Ruben integrates a variety of things into the program, including unique information. This includes the best of modern food science. As a diet program it is thorough and allows a number of food lifestyles to be included.
One of the most interesting aspects of the plan is the inclusion of an anthropological perspective on humans and food. By weaving in the science and history of the human form and how man has eaten through the ages, you can build a strong basis for life-long change.
You also can access information for no investment. Based on the website it is clear that Dr. Ruben wants people to feel better, live better, and make an informed decision about which program they follow. He offers free reports, a complimentary copy of his book, and other great gifts with whatever online purchases you make.
This blended program is loaded with potential. It demonstrates the historical, scientific and popular trends such as research, the power of eating raw, local and organic. Even the perspective on exercise is intriguing. Movement is part of the program. However, the intent is to make it part of your normal, daily activities. Make everything you do more fitness oriented and the goal is being better able to do your daily routine. Be more effective when lifting groceries: make more trips while moving them into the house. Take the longer route when walking or talking the stairs. In other words, just as a healthy eating routine must be integrated into your life, the easiest way to be fit is the same.
Overall, the principles in this program are extremely encompassing-Dr. Rueben clearly reveals and teaches you to work with the non-food realities that make it hard to be healthy and achieve your best weight. Although I have not personally used the plan I admit that researching it has me intrigued. The blended approach is valuable along with the perspective of fitness simply being your daily routine. The Maker’s Diet program has a lot to offer.