The one thing that attracted me to this book was that the entire 225 pages were filled with useful information and I did not find any fillers. Paul Chek could have easily included a lot more experiences and recipes etc., which could have helped his book become fatter. I am happy that Paul opted for quality instead of quantity, the result of which is How to Eat, Move, and Be Healthy. I thank him for not repeating stuff because repetitiveness would have robbed the book of its charm.
Also, when compared to his YouTube Channel, this book is much better and more content filled. So do not get disheartened when you see Chek’s name on the book. Chek's primary focus has always been flexibility and movement of the muscle, and this book also delves into that. I can’t stop repeating myself here. This book oozes with life, and every page and every single word is worth reading and being implemented in life.
My only gripe is that DVDs, as well as other books and articles by Paul Chek, is not readily available and if I can get these stuff, then I would be very happy to change the rating to five stars